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ABOVE: Wrestlers vie on four mats in the CCCAA State Championships at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo. -- Courtesy photo. BELOW LEFT: Alberto Garcia, who placed second at 133 pounds. BELOW RIGHT: Alex Graves, who placed third at 184

Garcia loses in championship bout; Graves 3rd

SAN LUIS OBISPO (12-13-2014) -- Palomar's Alberto Garcia lost in the 133-pound finals, while teammate Alex Graves finished third at 184, as the CCCAA State Wrestling Championships concluded a two-day run on Saturday at Cuesta College.

The Comets placed ninth in the state with 48 points.

Garcia, a freshman from Orange Glen High School, decisioned Sierra's Travis Roberts 5-3 in the quarterfinals, then decisioned Albert Landeros of Bakersfield 8-0 in the semifinals.

In the finals, Garcia squared off against Dustin Kirk from eventual state team champion Cerritos. Garcia had handed Kirk his only loss of the season 10-9 in the 133-pound championship match at last week's Southern California Regionals.

Kirk, a sophomore appearing in the state tournament for the second year in a row, led 4-2 after the first period but Garcia tied the match 4-4 with a reversal late in the second period. Kirk escaped with 20 seconds remaining in the period to regain the lead and put the match out of reach on a takedown with 32 seconds remaining in the third period. He went on to defeat Garcia 9-5, avenging last week's loss.

In the 184-pound division, No. 1 seed Graves, a freshman from San Marcos High, recorded one of the fastest pins of the tournament in 58 seconds against Shasta's Thomas Cross in the quarterfinals but was upset by Will Gockel-Figg of team runnerup Fresno City College 5-1 in the semis. Graves rebounded to decision Sacramento City College's Logan Paxon 6-1 in the third-place match.

Among other Palomar wrestlers, Peter Donchev pinned Cuesta's Joseph Else in 6:27 for fifth place at 165 pounds. Eric Collin placed eighth, also at 165.

Cerritos, out of the Southwest Conference in which Palomar is also a member, outscored second-place Fresno 167-159 to in capturing the team title. The Falcons and Rams were followed in the top 10 by Mt. SAC in third with 111.5 points, fourth-place Chabot (72 points), fifth-place Santa Ana (69), sixth-place Sacramento (66.5), seventh-place Cuesta (56.5), eighth-place Bakersfield (55), the Comets in ninth place and Rio Hondo (43.5 points) in 10th.

Garcia was attempting to become Palomar's 32nd state community college champion. The most recent Comet to win a state title was Lewis Gonzales at 165 pounds in 2007.

TOP PHOTO: Palomar's wrestlers after finishing third at the Southern California Regionals. DIRECTLY ABOVE: The Comets' 133-pounder Alberto Garcia (left), the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Men's Athlete of the Week, and 184-pounder Alex Graves (right), who won their respective weight classes. -- Courtesy photos. BELOW: Peter Donchev, who placed fourth at 165

PC 3rd, advances 7 to state; Garcia, Graves win

NORWALK (12-06-2014) -- Palomar, getting championships from Alberto Garcia at 133 pounds and Alex Graves at 184, placed third in Saturday's Southern California Community College Regionals at Cerritos College and advanced seven wrestlers to next weekend's CCCAA State Championships.

Palomar's qualifiers for the state tournament this upcoming Friday and Saturday at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo are the two regional champions, Garcia and Graves, along with Chris Jones (third at 149 pounds), Peter Donchev (fourth at 165), Brad Schwarze (fifth at 197), Frank Sandoval (sixth at 125) and Bruce Valdez (sixth at 157).

Garcia decisioned Dustin Kirk from host Cerritos 10-9 in the championship match at 133. Graves decisioned Cerritos' Max Kumashiro 10-3 in the 184-pound finals.

Garcia was named Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Men's Athlete of the Week.

The Comets spent most of the day in second place behind eventual regional team champion Cerritos before slipping into third behind the Falcons (164 points) and runner-up Mt. SAC (104).

Fourth-place Santa Ana (71.5 points), Cuesta (58), Rio Hondo (51.5), East Los Angeles (48.5), Bakersfield (46.5) and West Hills LeMoore (16) trailed the leaders.

Comets lose to CBU varsity, down Trojans

RIVERSIDE (11-12-2014) -- Supposedly scheduled against Cal Baptist University's "B" team on Wednesday night, Palomar found out when it arrived at the Lancers' Van Dyne Gym it was instead wrestling the CBU varsity.

The result of that surprise matchup was predictable. Without a 133-pounder, the Comets forfeited the weight class and lost eight of the nine remaining matches vs. the nation's 18th-ranked NCAA Division II team.

The Lancers, who gave Stanford a solid test two weeks ago and were coming off an 18-15 victory over traditional national Division I power Cal Poly last week in San Luis Obispo, won 48-3. Four-year college wrestling does not begin until November and Cal Baptist has opened its season with a 3-1 record.

In its second match of the night, Palomar routed the USC Club Team 47-11 to conclude the regular season with a 10-4 dual match record.

The Comets' winner vs. Cal Baptist, not surprisingly, was 184-pounder Alex Graves (above left), who has lost only once all season. Graves decisioned the Lancers' Anthony Ballinger 12-10 after opening up a 10-5 lead midway through the second period. Palomar's 165-pounder Erik Collin (above right) nearly defeated CBU's Bradley Christensen, finally losing 5-3.

Cal Baptist's Christian Betancourt, a two-time community college All-American at Mt. SAC and the 2013 CCCAA state 125-pound champion, got things rolling for the Lancers right out of the blocks as he defeated Palomar's Frank Sandoval by technical fall. Cal Baptist then won the next six bouts, including the forfeit at 133, before Graves got the Comets on the scoreboard.

Besides being without his two 133-pounders, coach Brody Barrios was missing two state-ranked wrestlers, Peter Donchev and Cody Doyle, so had to improvise at multiple weights. 

Sandoval redeemed himself with a 21-5 technical fall victory over USC's Aaron Frankel in the opening 125-pound match to get the Palomar rolling the same way that Betancourt got Cal Baptist rolling against the Comets.

Josh Lawson (141 pounds) and Lee Valdez (157) also won by fall against the Trojans. Lawson pinned Sean Yuan in 4:54. Valdez pinned Alvin Wong in 3:59.

USC does not have an intercollegiate wrestling program and instead fields the club team.

TOP PHOTO: Palomar's Alex Graves, who has lost only once all season, eyes Cerritos' Max Kumashiro at 184 pounds on Wednesday night. DIRECTLY ABOVE: Josh Lawson coils to strike against the Falcons' Jesse Mastron at 141. BELOW: Newcomer Brad Schwarze throws Cerritos' Oscar Martinez at 197. All three won impressively.

3 freshmen are bright spots vs. No. 1 Cerritos

SAN MARCOS (11-05-2014) -- State No. 4-ranked Palomar's 25-9 Southwest Conference loss to No. 1-ranked Cerritos at The Dome on Wednesday night came down to a handful of factors.

All four of the Falcons' state No. 1-ranked wrestlers won in dominating fashion, even though it appeared going in that their Palomar opponents in three weight divisions had fair-or-better chances for possible upsets. But Cerritos' Dustin Kirk took a 10-2 major decision win over state fifth-ranked Alberto Garcia at 133 pounds. A.J. McKee was a surprisingly dominant 9-3 winner over No. 3-ranked Cody Doyle at 157 and Keanu Tom drew away from No.-4 ranked Peter Donchev as the bout wore on to win 8-3 at 165.

Then then were these matches: Cerritos' Dylan Clarke, ranked fifth in the state, stuck the Comets' Erik Collin, ranked No. 1 at 174 pounds, for a quick five points to open their bout, then held on to upset Collin 7-5. And the Comets lost other competitive matches that coach Brody Barrios felt they had a chance to win, notably the Falcons' Kevin James' 7-5 victory over Chris Jones at 149.

But Palomar (9-3, 2-2 in the Southwest Conference) was not without its bright spots in the match. Notably, there were the performances of its three winners, who like most of the team are freshmen -- Josh Lawson's 8-2 domination over Jesse Mastron at 141, state No. 1-ranked Alex Graves' 7-3 victory over No. 3-ranked Max Kumashiro at 184 and a huge suprise when Brad Schwarze, a redshirt freshman from New Egypt, New Jersey, burst on the state scene by manhandling state No. 5-ranked Oscar Martinez 8-4 at 197 pounds.

Schwarze's win was not as close as the score might make people think. In fact, in reality it was not close at all.

Schwarze, who originally enrolled at Orange County Community College in Middletown, New Jersey, which does not have a wrestling team, had spent most of Palomar's season under the radar attempting to get down to the 197-pound weight. The upper weight limit for the heavyweight class, the only division above 197 in college wrestling, is 284 pounds. So, for Schwarze, it was 197 pounds or bust.

Schwarze, who began the match by throwing Martinez around the mat and slamming him for most of the first two periods, eventually seemed to tire some in the third period. But Barrios definitely has a long-range spot reserved for the physical Schwarze.

By the time state No. 1-ranked heavyweight Robert Chism pinned Palomar's Adam Waller in the first round, the outcome of the match had been decided for a while. And Chism had entered the bout as an overwhelming favorite.

Palomar will close the regular season next Wednesday night when it faces the Cal Baptist University "B" team and the USC Club Team in Riverside hoping to pick up two more dual wins to finish 11-3. Then the Comets will get another shot at Cerritos and state No. 2-ranked Mt. SAC in the Southern California Regional Tournament at Cerritos and the State Championships at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo. Fresno City College, at No. 3, is the other team in California ranked ahead of Palomar.

First loss for Graves but PC wins to go to 9-2

WHITTIER (10-29-2014) -- Palomar's Alex Graves took his first loss of the season on Wednesday night but the Comets remained on a roll with a 22-15 Southwest Conference victory over Rio Hondo.

Coach Brady Barrios' squad advanced to 9-2 on the season.

Daniel Allen, ranked No. 2 in the state, decisioned Graves at 174 pounds. Graves had been ranked first in the state at 183 pounds before dropping down to the 174-pound class.

Winners for Palomar were Frank Sandoval (left) by decision at 125 pounds, Alberto Gonzales by major decision at 133, Bruce Valdez (right) by major decision at 157, Cody Doyle by major decision at 165, Dalton Ducasse by decision at 184 and Brad Schwarze by major decision at 197.

Garcia is ranked No. 5 in the state at 133, Doyle No. 3 and Peter Donchev No. 4 at 165, Graves now No. 3 at 174, Doyle No. 3, Erik Collin No. 1, Graves now No. 3 at 174 and Ducass No. 6 at 184. Barrios held both Donchev and Collin out of Wednesday's match.

The Comets will host Cerritos next Wednesday night, then will wrestle against four-year college teams in the Cal Baptist Duals on Wednesday, Nov. 12 to finish the regular season. The Cal Bapist Duals have been moved up from Saturday, Nov. 15.

ABOVE: From left, Erik Collin (165-pound tournament champion), Alex Graves (174-pound champion), Cody Doyle (157-pound champion), Palomar coach Brody Barrios -- Courtesy photo. BELOW LEFT: Peter Donchev, who advanced to the 165-pound finals before losing to teammate Collin. BELOW RIGHT: Alberto Garcia, who placed second at 133

PC wins 3 straight weight classes, Cuesta title

SAN LUIS OBISPO (10-25-2014) -- Palomar captured three consecutive weight classes and won the Meathead Movers Invitational hosted by Cuesta College on Saturday.

Along the way to their team title, the Comets defeated both Southern California duals champion Mt. SAC and Northern California duals champion Chabot College of Hayward in team scoring.

Cody Doyle won on Saturday at 157 pounds, defeating Mt. SAC's Jaime Jimmenez in the championship bout.

Erik Collin, ranked fifth in the state won at 165 by defeating Palomar teammate Peter Donchev, who is ranked seventh, in the finals.

And Alex Graves, ranked No. 1 in the state at 184 pounds, again wrestled down a weight at 174 pounds and remained unbeaten on the season, defeating Santa Ana's Micah Macias in the finals. On Wednesday, Graves had pinned Macias, the state's third-ranked 174 pounder, to help lead the Comets over the Dons 21-20 in a dual match.

The Comets' state No. 5-ranked Albert Garcia was second at 133 pounds, losing to state second-ranked Travis Roberts of Sierra in the championship match. Palomar's Dalton Ducasse placed fourth at 184.

Coach Brody Barrios' Palomar squad, ranked No. 7 in the state, was followed among the team scoring leaders by state No. 3-ranked Mt. SAC (second place on Saturday), state No. 4-ranked Cuesta (third place) and state No. 6-ranked Chabot (fourth place). Defending state champion Sacramento City College, currently ranked fifth in the state, took fifth in the tournament.

Collin takes home Athlete of the Week award

SAN DIEGO (10-27-2014) -- Palomar's Erik Collin (left) has been selected by the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference as Men's Athlete of the Week for the week that ended Sunday.

Collin, a freshman from San Marcos High School, was honored as Men's Athlete of the Week.

Lerno, a sophomore from Southwest High School in El Centro, is the Women's Athlete of the Week.

Collin, a freshman from San Marcos High School who is ranked fifth in the state at 165 pounds, played a key role in Palomar's Southwest Conference win over Santa Ana, decisioning Erik Roberts 5-3 at the Dons' Cook Gym.

In Saturday's Meathead Movers Tournament in San Luis Obispo, Collin defeated teammate Peter Donchev, the state's seventh-ranked 165-pounder, to win the weight class. His performance helped the Comets to the team championship over second-place Mt. SAC, third-place Cuesta, fourth-place Chabot and defending state champion Sacramento City College.

TOP PHOTO: Palomar's Alberto Garcia controls Santa Ana's Ezekiel Jiminez prior to pinning him in 2 minutes, 32 seconds in Wednesday's 133-pound match. DIRECTLY: ABOVE: Alex Graves, who cut from 184 pounds to 174, eyes the referee as he pins the Dons' Micah Macias with 7 seconds remaining in the second period. Graves remains unbeaten on the season at 14-0 -- with a 12-0 record at 184, 1-0 at 197 and now 1-0 at 174. -- Photos by Hugh Cox. BELOW: Frank Sandoval, who won by pin at 125 pounds to give the Comets a lead they never relinquished

Comets get three wins by pins to edge Dons

SANTA ANA (10-22-2014) -- Palomar won by pin at 125, 133 and 174 pounds on Wednesday night to edge host Santa Ana 21-20 in a Southwest Conference wrestling match at Cook Gym.

The Comets (8-2, 1-1), ranked seventh in California compared to the Dons' No. 9 state ranking, jumped out to an early 12-0 after the first two bouts.

Frank Sandoval (left) pinned Eliseo Medina in 1:55 in the 125-pound match and 133-pounder Alberto Garcia (right) pinned Ezekiel Jiminez in 2:32.

Santa Ana cut Palomar's lead to 12-10 by winning by major decision at 141 and with decision victories at both 149 and 157.

The Comets' Erik Collin, the state's fifth-ranked 165-pounder, took down the Dons' Eric Roberts early in their match and continued on to a 5-3 decision victory, bumping Palomar's lead to 15-10.

Enter unbeaten (14-0) Alex Graves, who cut from 184 pounds, where he's ranked first in the state, to 174 pounds. Graves jumped in front of the state's No. 3-ranked 174-pounder Micah Macias 10-3, then pinned Macias with 7 seconds remaining in the second period.

Palomar led at that point 21-10 and held on for the victory when Santa Ana won the 184, 197 and heavyweight bouts.

Graves, a freshman from San Marcos High School, has records of 12-0 at 184 pounds, 1-0 at 197 pounds and now 1-0 at 174 pounds.

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Comets wind up third in Southern Cal Duals

NORWALK (10-18-2014) -- After losing 27-12 to eventual champion Mt. SAC in their second-round match, Palomar's wrestlers came back to finish in third place in the Southern California Dual Championships on Saturday at Cerritos College.

The Comets began the tournament with a 24-19 victory over Rio Hondo. After the loss to Mt. SAC, Palomar rebounded to defeat Santa Ana 21-18 in the third-place semis and Cuesta 18-12 in the third-place match.

Alex Graves (above left), back at 184 pounds after wrestling at 197 earlier in the week, went 4-0 on the day for the Comets and remained undefeated on the season at 13-0. Frank Sandoval (above right) went 3-1 at 125 pounds.

Palomar winners in the third-place match against Cuesta were Sandoval at 125 (5-3 decision over Oscar Velasco), Alberto Garcia at 133 (9-3 over George Sakkas), Cody Doyle at 174 (5-4 over Jeff Sanchez), Graves at 184 (4-1 over Amir Bakhshi) and 285-pounder  Adam Waller (2-0 over Brett Kimball).

Waller recoded back-to-back pins to decide both the Santa Ana and Cuesta matches. The Comets trailed the Dons 18-15 going into the heavyweight bout and trailed the Cougars 21-16 entering the championship bout.

TOP PHOTO: Palomar's Alex Graves, the state's No. 1-ranked 184-pounder, rides Mt. SAC's KeAndre Johnson, ranked second in the state at 197. Graves, who moved up a weight to face Johnson, won their 197-pound bout 9-4. DIRECTLY ABOVE: State No. 4-ranked Cody Doyle (back to camera), lifts No. 7-ranked Kolton Martin on the way to a 14-4 major decision at 174 pounds. BELOW LEFT: Referee Randy Hartman raises Doyle's hand after his win. -- Photos by Philip Farry. BELOW RIGHT: State fifth-ranked Erik Collin, who decisioned No. 4-ranked Zachary Mitchell 4-3 on a takedown with 2 seconds left in overtime.

Graves wins the battle but Mounties win the war

SAN MARCOS (10-15-2014) -- Palomar's undefeated Alex Graves, Graves, the No. 1-ranked 184-pound wrestler in California, stepped up to 197 pounds Wednesday night at The Dome and scored a 9-4 decision victory over Mt. SAC's KeAndre Johnson, the state's No. 2-ranked 197-pounder.

But the Mounties avenged a 24-19 loss to the Comets back on Sept. 20 in the Mt. SAC Duals as the visitors won 25-14 in the Southwest Conference opener for both teams.

Graves, a freshman out of San Marcos High School is 9-0 on the season.

Palomar won only three other matches, but but the wins were all impressive.

Alberto Garcia, ranked fifth in California at 133 pounds, scored a 12-4 major decision victory over the Mounties' Jeremy Dizon.

Erik Collin, ranked No. 5 in the state at 165, defeated No. 4-ranked Zachary Mitchell 4-3 on a takedown with 2 seconds remaining in overtime.

And Cody Doyle, fourth-ranked at 174, mauled Kolton Martin as he tallied a 14-4 major decision victory.

The Mounties came into the match ranked No. 3 in California, while the Comets came in ranked No. 7.

Both teams will be in the field when Cerritos hosts the Southern California Championship Duals on Saturday. The championship team Saturday will face the Northern California champion later in the season for the CCCAA State Dual Championship.

PC 184-pounder Graves is PCAC Athlete of Week

SAN DIEGO (10-04-2014) -- Palomar wrestler Alex Graves and water polo player Kelly Harris have been selected as Men's and Women's Athletes of the Week by the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference.

Graves, a freshman from San Marcos High School, went 4-0 to win the 184-pound divisionand was selected as Outstanding Upper Weight Class wrestler at the Santa Ana College Tournament.

After receiving a first-round bye, Graves pinned Fresno City College's Christian Franco in 10 seconds, pinned Santa Ana's Raul Hernandez in 4 minutes, 35 seconds, decisioned last season's fifth-place state finisher Nathan Ruiz from Mt. SAC 8-3 and decisioned Cerritos' Max Kamashiro in the championship bout 11-4.

 Graves advanced to 8-0 on the season.

Graves gets Upper Weight honor; PC 5th of 20

SANTA ANA (10-4-2014) -- Alex Graves (left) went 4-0 and won the 184-pound championship on Saturday at Cook Gymnasium, leading Palomar to a tie for fifth among 24 teams in the Santa Ana Tournament.

Graves, who received a bye in the first round, pinned Fresno City College's Christian Franco in 10 seconds, pinned Santa Ana's Raul Hernandez in 4:35, decisioned Mt. SAC's Nathan Rodriguez 8-3 and decisioned Cerritos' Max Kumashiro in the championship match 11-4.

Cerritos (148.5 points), Mt. SAC (126 points) and Fresno (121.5) placed 1-2-3 in team scoring. Cuesta was fourth with 72 points, edging out the Comets and Sacramento City College, both of wom scored 71.5 points). Palomar's "2" team finished 15th with 22.5 points, and the Comets' "3" team was 20th with 9.5 points.

Palomar's Erik Collin (right) pinned Cuesta's Joe Else in 2:50 in the third-place bout at 165 pounds. Alberto Garcia (133 pounds) and Cody Doyle (174) both placed fourth.

Comets down 2 state Top Four teams, go 4-0

WALNUT (9-20-2014) / REVISED 9-23-2014 -- Led by four wrestlers who went 4-0 for the day, Palomar won all four matches and took home the championship at the season-opening Mt. SAC Duals for the third year in a row.

Palomar, the fifth-place team finisher in the CCCAA State Tournament the last two years, defeated two of the 2013 state Final Four teams on Saturday.

Alberto Garcia (left, 133 pounds), Erik Collin (165), Cody Doyle (174) and Alex Graves (right, 184) all went 4-0. Josh Lawson (141) and Chris Jones (149) both were 2-1. Frank Sandoval (125), Peter Donchev (157) and Dalton Du 'Casse' (197) went 2-2. And heavyweight Blake Nash finished 1-3.

Garcia, a freshman from Orange Glen High School, had two wins by pin, one by major decision and one by decision.

Coach Brody Barrios' Palomar squad defeated Bakersfield College 33-9, East Los Angeles 40-3, last year's state tournament No. 4 finisher Santa Ana 33-9 and last year's state tournament No. 3 finisher Mt. SAC 24-19.

2014 Schedule and Results

Date Match Site Time / Result
Sat Sep 20 Mt. SAC Duals Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut  
  Bakersfield   WON 33-9
  East Los Angeles   WON 40-3
  Santa Ana   WON 33-9
  Mt. SAC   WON 24-19
Sat Oct 4 Santa Ana Tournament Santa Ana College Tie for 5th of 24 teams
Wed Oct 15 Mt. SAC-+ The Dome Lost 14-25
Sat Oct 18 CCCAA Southern California Duals Cerritos College, Norwalk  
  Rio Hondo   WON 24-19
  Mt. SAC   Lost 12-27
  Santa Ana   WON 21-18
  Cuesta (3rd-place)   WON 18-12
Wed Oct 22 Santa Ana-+ Santa Ana College WON 21-20
Sat Oct 25 Meathead Movers Tournament Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo TEAM CHAMPION
Wed Oct 29 Rio Hondo-+ Rio Hondo College, Whittier WON 22-15
Wed Nov 5 Cerritos-+ The Dome Lost 9-25
Wed Nov 12 Cal Baptist University Cal Baptist University, Riverside Lost 3-48
  USC Club Team   WON 47-11
Sat Dec 6 Southern California  Regionals Cerritos College, Norwalk 3rd place
Fri-Sat
Dec
12-13
CCCAA State Championships Day 1 Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo 9th of 19 scoring teams
Sat Dec 13 CCCAA State Championships Day 2 Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo 9 a.m.

Home Matches in Bold

x-Southern California Wrestling Association Southwest Conference Match

2014 Roster

Name Wt Yr High School
Frank Sandoval 125 Fr Temecula Valley (Temecula, CA)
Ty Mata 125 Fr Escondido (Escondido, CA)
Alberto Garcia 133 Fr Orange Glen (Escondido, CA)
Travys Carus 133 So Morse (San Diego, CA)
Josh Lawson 141 Fr Vista (Vista, CA)
Chris Jones 149 Fr Poway (Poway, CA)
Peter Donchev 157 So La Jolla (La Jolla, CA)
Lee Valdez 157 Fr Beaumont (Beaumont, CA)
Erik Collin 165 Fr San Marcos (San Marcos, CA)
Cody Doyle 174/157 Fr Poway (Poway, CA)
Alex Graves 184/174/197 Fr San Marcos (San Marcos, CA)
Oscar Ramirez-Garcia 184 Fr Beaumont (Beaumont, CA)
Dalton Du 'Casse' 197 Fr San Marcos (San Marcos, CA)
Brad Schwarze 197 Fr New Egypt (New Egypt, NJ)
Blake Nash Hwt Fr San Marcos (San Marcos, CA)
Adam Waller Hwt Fr Escondido (Escondido, CA)
Tyler Brown   Fr San Pasqual (Escondido, CA)
Louie De La Torre   Fr Temescal Canyon (Elsinore, CA)
Miguel Flores   Fr San Ysidro (San Ysidro, CA)
Kirk Kaliszewski   Fr Ramona (Ramona, CA)
Anothy Manuche   Fr Westview (San Diego, CA)
James Murphy   Fr Carlsbad (Carlsbad, CA)
Tony Piccolo   Fr Westview (San Diego, CA)
Ulysses Ramirez   Fr Beaumont (Beaumont, CA)
Mark Ramirez-Aceual   Fr Beaumont (Beaumont, CA)
Bruce Valdez   Fr Beaumont (Beaumont, CA)

2013 Season ..

Jr. Lule, Iraniha both take 2nd; PC team is 5th

STOCKTON (12-14-2013) -- With Junior Lule (left) and Shervin Iraniha leading the way, Palomar finished fifth in a field of 19 teams in the CCCAA State Wrestling Championships that conclued a two-day run Saturday night at San Joaquin Delta College's Joe Blanchard Gym.

Lule (left) placed second at 149 pounds, losing 7-6 on riding time to Fresno City College's Martine Sandoval in their title match.

Iraniha (right) finished second in suden death to team champion Sacramento City College's Taylor Hodel in the championship bout 157 pounds.

Earlier Saturday, Palomar's Marshall Palmer, also wrestling at 157, placed third. Drosko Bogdanovich (184) finished in fourth place. Peter Donchev (165) placed sixth, Ricky Lule (141) placed seventh and 285-pounder Charlie Rassel took eighth place.

Palmer decisioned Santa Ana's Mateo 4-2 in his third-place bout. Bogdanovich was decisioned by the Dons' Alfredo Nava 10-6 in his third-place bout.

Sacramento scored 171 points in winning the state team title, trailed by second-place Fresno City College (133.5), third-place Mt. SAC (113.5, fourth-place Santa Ana (98) and the Comets in fifth with 85 points. Cuesta (65.5), Modesto (60.5), Cerritos (56.5), Santa Rosa (38) and West Hills-Lemoore (36) rounded out the top 10 teams in the 19-team field.

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