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ABOVE: Jacob Dunning dominates Joe Maldonado of Rio Hondo on his way to winning the 149-pound championship in last year's Southern California Regionals. Dunning will wrestle for San Francisco State. -- Photo by Hugh Cox. BELOW LEFT: Eddie Estevez, second in the state at 125 pounds last season, who accepted a scholarship to Cal State Bakersfield, a member of the Pac-12 conference in wrestling.

Seven Comets land 4-year college scholarships

SAN MARCOS (6-27-2013) -- Seven of coach Brody Barrios' Palomar wrestlers have landed four-year college scholarships.

"They've earned scholarships to wrestle at the next level and, more importantly, earn a degree," Barrios said.

Eddie Estevez, an Otay Ranch High School product who placed second in the CCCAA State Championships last season at 125 pounds, accepted a scholarship to Cal State Bakersfield, a member of the Pac-12 Conference in wrestling.

The Roadrunners defeated both Cal Poly and Stanford last season and placed fourth in the Pac-12.

Estevez was recruited to step in for the graduated Tyler Iwamura. Iwamura was the Pac-12 125-pound champion and was an NCAA Division I National Tournament qualifier.

Michael Joseph (Patrick Henry High), third in the state at 165 pounds, and Chris Bascon (Mt. Carmel), sixth in the state at 174, will join Matt Lewellen at NCAA Division II Moorhead State University in Moorhead, MN.

Lewellen, Poway and Palomar product who will a senior 184-pounder for the Dragons. He wrestled up a weight at 197 pounds, this past season as a junior, going 17-15.

Other Palomar state place-winners landing scholarships are Emilio Rivera (San Marcos High, third at 135) and Robert Mata (Escondido, seventh at 157) at the NAIA's Concordia University of Minnesota; and Jacob Dunning (Steele Canyon, fourth at 149) at San Francisco State.

Simon Olguin, a who wrestled at 148 for the Comets, will join Dunning at San Francisco State. The Gators finished 10th in team scoring in the NCAA Division II National Tournament.

Two other wrestlers from last season -- Kyle Vexler from Valley Center and Matt Reed from Rancho Buena Vista.-- will be continuing their education at Cal State San Marcos, which does not have a wrestling team.

2012 season

Conference names Estevez Men's Athlete of Week

SAN DIEGO (12-10-2012) -- The Pacific Coast Athletic Conference has selected Palomar's Eddie Estevez as its Men's Athlete of the Week for all sports.

Estevez, a sophomore from Otay Ranch High School, placed second at 125 pounds in the CCCAA State Championships at West Hills-Lemoore College over the weekend, dropping a heart-breaking 10-9 decisionto Santa Rosa's Andres Torres in the finals.

He advanced to the championship bout by decisioning Dieuminse Dore from Lassen 6-1 in the quarterfinals and pinning Chris Martinez, the Northern California champion out of state team champin Fresno City College, in the semis.

Estevez helped the Comets to a sixth-place finish out of 20 scoring teams.

Estevez reaches finals with pin but loses 10-9

LEMOORE (12-08-2012) -- Palomar's Eddie Estevez advanced to the 125-pound finals at the CCCAA State championships on Saturday where he dropped a heartbreaking 10-9 decision to Santa Rosa's Andres Torres and had to settle for second place.

Estevez (left), a sophomore out of Otay Ranch High School, pinned Fresno City College's Chris Martinez in 3 minutes, 51 seconds in the semifinals to earn his title shot against Torres at West Hills-Lemoore College's West Hills Arena.

After being byed through the first round on Friday, Estevez had decisioned Lassen's Dieuminse Dore 6-1 in his second bout of the day to reach Saturday's semifinals.

Estevez also came close to state glory as an Otay Ranch senior, finishing third at 112 pounds in the CIF state high school tournament at Bakersfield.

Palomar wound up with 79 points, finishing in sixth place for the second straight year for coach Brody Barrios. The Comets outdistanced Cerritos, which placed seventh among 20 scoring teams, by 20 points.

Fresno captured its third straight state team title, easily defeating runner-up Mt. SAC 149.5 points to 100.5. Host West Hills-Lemoore placed third with 94 points, Sacramento City College fourth with 87.5 and Santa Ana wound up in sixth place with 85 points.

Three Palomar wrestlers brought home thirds.

Mike Joseph (above right) won his last four bouts as he wrestled back at 165 pounds to decision Lassen's Owen Craugh 8-7 for third place. It was his second win over Craugh in the tournament.

On Friday, Joseph won his first two matches, beating Santa Rosa's Kaden Martin by major decision 8-0 and pinning Craugh in 4:18. But he lost 4-3 to Santa Ana's Carlos Arana, which  forced him into the losers bracket one bout short of the semifinals.

Joseph then reached the third-place match with victories over Atoine Lopes from San Joaquin Delta (by decision) Shawn Porter of Sacramento (by pin in 3:42) and Jonathan Urango of Cuesta (by 12-6 decision).

Matt Reed, wrestling at 197 pounds, lost to Fresno's Paul Lujano 11-4 in the semis. But he defeated Tyler Smith from Cerritos by major decision 9-1 to move on to the third-place match, where he decisioned Modesto's Ryan Mackey 6-2.

Emilio Rivera lost 10-3 to Fresno's A.J. Kelles in the 133-pound semifinals, but rebounded to pin San Joaquin Delta's Aaron Ceballos in 4:17 as he advanced to the third-place match. There, he decisioned Sacramento's Sean Melton 8-1.

Jacob Dunning finished fourth at 149, dropping a 4-2 decision to Santa Ana's Nathan Mateo for third place. Robert Mata took a seventh place a 157 by decisioning Skyline's Zach Grove 14-5.

PC 5th after first day; four Comets in semifinals

LEMOORE (12-07-2012) -- Palomar advanced four wrestlers into the semifinals on Friday on Day 1 of the CCCAA State Championships.

The Comets sit in fifth place out of 20 scoring teams after the first day.

Two-time defending champion Fresno City College leads the field with 79 points. Mt. SAC is second with 65.5 points, with host West Hills-Lemoore (63.5 points) in third, Santa Ana (51.5) in fourth, the Comets (43.5) in fifth and Sacramento City College (48.5) in sixth place.

Advancing to the semifinal round for Palomar were Eddie Estevez at 125 pounds, Emilio Rivera at 133, Jacob Dunning at 149 and Matt Reed at 197.

Today's second and final day is slarted for a 10 a.m. start, with the finals at 5 p.m. at West Hills Arena.

Reed is selected as PCAC Men's Athlete of Week

SAN DIEGO (12-04-2012) -- Palomar wrestler Matt Reed is the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference's Men's Athlete of the Week for the week that ended on Sunday.

Reed, a sophomore from Rancho Buena Vista High School, decisioned Cerritos'; Tyler Smith 11-2 in the197-pound championship match at the Southern California Community College finals at East Los Angeles College.

Although Smith entered the regionals ranked No. 3 in the state at 197 and Reed came in ranked No. 4, Reed was the No. 1 seed in the tournament and swept through undefeated as the Comets' team placed fourth entering the CCCAA State Championshiops this weekend at West Hills-Lemoore College.

Reed took over the No. 3 spot in the state and Smith dropped to No. 4 in the most recent California Community College Wrestling Coaches Association rankings announced on Tuesday. Reed trails No. 1 Khumba Johnson from Sierra, the Northern California champion, and No. 2 Paul Lujano of two-time defending state team champion Fresno City College.

ABOVE: Palomar's Jacob Dunning controls Rio Hondo's Jose Maldonado on his way to the 149-pound championship at the Southern California finals on Saturday at East Los Angeles College. SECOND FROM ABOVE: The Comets' Matt Reed dominates Cerritos' Tyler Smith as he wins the 197-pound title. -- Photos by Hugh Cox

Comets 4th in SoCal, advance 7 wrestlers to state

MONTEREY PARK (12-01-12) -- Jacob Dunning and Matt Reed won weight-class titles on Saturday at East Los Angeles College as Palomar placed fourth in the Southern California Community College Regionals.

Coach Brody Barrios' Comets advanced seven out of 10 possible wrestlers to next Friday's and Saturday's CCCAA State Championships at West Hills College-Lemoore.

Dunning, a freshman from Steele Canyon High School, defeated Rio Hondo's Jose Maldonado in the 149-pound finals on Saturday.

Reed, a sophomore out of Rancho Buena Vista, defeated Tyler Smith from Cerritos for the 197-pound championship.

Also for the Comets, Eddie Estevez (125 pounds) and Emilio Rivera (133) brought home second-place regional finishes. The other Palomar wrestlers who qualified for state were Mike Joseph (fourth at 165), Rob ert Mata  (fifth at 157) and Chris Bascon (sixth at 174).

West Hills-Lemoore won the regional championship with 141.5 points. In a three-way blanket finish, Santa Ana placed second with 119 points, Mt. SAC third with 118 and Palomar fourth with 117.

Fifth-place Cerritos (94.5 points), Rio Hondo (81 points),East Los Angeles (80), Cuesta (79.5), Bakersfield (54.5) and Victor Valley (27) trailed.

In the Northern California championships at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, two-time defending state champion Fresno City College won six of 10 weight classes on the way to the team champinship. The Rams outscored runner-up Sacramento City College 180.5 points to 141.

Estevez claims major decision; PC wins title

SANTA ANA (11-14-2012) -- Palomar wrapped up the Southwest Conference wrestling championship in its final dual of the season on Wednesday night, defeating host Santa Ana College 19-13.

Eddie Estevez, the Comets' freshman 125-pounder from Otay Ranch High School, won by major decision.

Five other Palomar wrestlers won by decision -- Simon Olguin (left) at 148 pounds, Mike Joseph (right) at 165, Chris Basconat 174, Augie Desantis at 185 and Matt Reed by decision at 197.

Palomar (10-1, 4-0 conference) is ranked No. 4 in Southern California.

In the California Community College Wrestlig Coaches Association rankings, two-time defending champion Fresno City College is ranked No. 1, followed by No.2 Mt. SAC, No. 3 Sierra, No. 4 Palomar, No. 5 West Hills-Lemoore, No. 6 Sacramento City College, No. 7 Cuesta, No. 8 Bakersfield, No. 9 Cerritos and Santa Ana and Rio Hondo tied for 10th.

The Southern California Regional is scheduled for East Los Angeles College on Saturday, Dec. 1, with the CCCAA State Championships at West Hills-Lemoore slated for Dec. 7-8.

ABOVE: Palomar's Robert Mata wrestles Mt. SAC's Richard Valdez on Wednesday night at 149 pounds. Mata won by 3-1 decision to clinch the Southwest Conference match for the Comets. -- Photo by Hugh Cox. BELOW: Chris Bascon, the state's No. 4-ranked 174-pounder who took a 7-5 win over the Mounties' Brody Goens, who came in ranked second in the state

Palomar avenges lone dual loss, downs Mt. SAC

SAN MARCOS (11-7-2012) -- Palomar avenged its only dual loss of the 2012 wrestling season Wednesday night at the Dome, defeating Mt. SAC 19-15.

The victory puts the Comets (9-1, 3-0) alone in first place in the Southern Conference. The Mounties, who won a previous match between the two teams at the same site for the Southern California Duals championship on Oct. 15, are 10-2, 3-1.

With state No.  1-ranked 157-pounder Shervin Iraniha sidelined for the match with an injury, coach Brody Barrios shuffled his lineup, moving Jacob Dunning, ranked third in California at 149, up a weight to wrestle in Iraniha's place.

Robert Mata, who is eighth-ranked at 149, moved into the lineup for Dunning in the next-to-last bout of the evening and put Palomar over the top by decisioning Mt. SAC's Richard Valdez 3-1. Leading 1-0, Mata scored two points on a takedown with :09 left as Valdez frantically tried to take Mata down and keep the Mounties' hopes alive.

Mata's win put the Comets up by seven points 19-12. Mt. SAC's Alex Cruz then decisioned Dunning 9-8 in the final bout of the night.

Chris Bascon, the state's fourth-ranked 174-pounder, tallied a huge win for Palomar when he decisioned second-ranked Brody Goens 7-5.

Palomar's other winners were Mike Joseph (9-3 decision in the match's first bout at 165), Matt Reed (10-5 at 197) and Eddie Estavez (6-5 at 125).

Dunning wins at 149; Comets edged at Cuesta

SAN LUIS OBISPO (10-27-2012) -- Palomar's Jacob Dunning (left) won the 149-pound weight class, but Mt. SAC outscored the Comets 141 points to 135.5 to win the Meathead Movers Invitational on Saturday. Dunning decisioned Cuesta's Dolin Minnini of host Cuesta in the 149 finals.

Sierra (117.5), Sacramento City College (90) and Cuesta finished 2-3-4 in the 15-team field.

Palomar's Mike Joseph (right) took second at 165, losing to Sierra's Robin Callas in the finals. The Comets got third-place finishes from Emilio Rivera at 133 pounds and Chris Bascon at 174.

The Comets will host Mt. SAC on Wednesday, November 7, at the Dome at 7:30 p.m. in a Southwest Conference match-up of what so far have been the state's best two community college teams.

ABOVE: Palomar 197-pounder Matt Reed controls Tyler Smith of Cerritos, and the freshman from Rancho Buena Vista High School gets his hand raised after decisioning Smith 2-1 at 197 pounds. BELOW: Michael Joseph is in command of the Falcons' Dylan Clark at 165. Joseph won by major decision 17-7. -- Photos by Hugh Cox

Iraniha's pin gets Comets rolling early vs. Cerritos

SAN MARCOS (10-23-2012) -- Shervin Iraniha got Palomar off on the right foot in the first match of the night, pinning Cerritos' Yuuki Muri in 4:26 at 157 pounds, and the Comets continued to to a 26-16 Southwest Conference victory over Cerritos on Wednesday night at The Dome.

Major decisions by Michael Joseph over Dylan Clark 17-7 at 165 and Augie Desantis over Kyle Pivavaroff at 184, plus Matt Reed's 2-1 decision over Tyler Smith at 197 enabled the Comets to lead halfway through the 10-match program 17-3.

The Falcons came back with two straight wins, by fall and decision, to cut the gap to 17-12 going into the last three bouts of the evening. But Emilio Rivera disposed of Dalton Foster by technical fall 17-1 at 133 and Jacob Dunning notched a major decision over Eddie Rogers 12-4 at 149 as Palomar won two of those matches to draw away at the end.

The Comets advanced to 8-1, 2-0 in the Southwest Conference, and now will get another shot at  Mt. SAC next Wednesday night at the Dome in a match that should go a long way toward deciding the conference title. The Mounties handed the Comets, ranked No. 1 in the state, their only loss of the season in the finals of the Southern California Duals on Saturday at The Dome.

Cerritos falls to 2-2, 0-1 in conference.

ABOVE: Palomar's Michael Joseph continues to drive forward as he holds a leg and butts his shoulder into Mt. SAC's Alex Cruz' chest in 165-pound match in the Southern Cal Duals finals. Joseph pinned Cruz. BELOW: The Comets' Jacob Dunning who won 6-2 decision at 149 pounds, controls the Mounties' Richard Valez, who desperately reaches around Dunning in a futile attempt to keep from going down to the mat. -- Photos by Chris Hunkeler CLICK TO ORDER PHOTOS.

Palomar finally falls in finals at Southern duals

SAN MARCOS (10-20-2012) -- Palomar's wrestlers reached the championship match at the Southern California Duals on Saturday at the Dome, but lost 24-16 to Mt. SAC to place second.

Jacob Dunning (149 pounds), Shirvin Iraniha (157) and Michael Joseph (165) all went 3-0 for the Comets for the day.

After receiving the No. 1 seed  and winning 45-0 over a team of extra wrestlers from the other six teams in the tournament in a match that won't count in team win-loss records, Palomar defeated Cerritos 21-17 in the semifinals.

Kyle Vexler (7-6 decision over Gabe Ballesteros at 125 [pounds),  Dunning (6-4 over Christian Pharm), Iraniha (by fall over Yuuki Murai), Joseph (8-4 over Dylan Clark), Augie Desantis (5-3 over Kyle Pivavaroff at 184) and Matt Reed (6-3 over Tyler Smith at 197) all won vs. the Falcons.

In the finals vs. Mt. SAC, Palomar's winners were Emilio Rivera (5-4 over Richie Cascante at 133), dunning (6-2 vs. Richard Valdez), Iraniha (12-3 over Jose Raguna) and Joseph (by pin over Alex Cruz).

Cuesta, Rio Hondo, Santa Ana and West Hills-Lemoore rounded out the seven-team field. West Hills-Lemoore downed Santa Ana 36-12 for third place.

While Mt. SAC will face the Northern California champion later in the season for the state dual-match title, Palomar will host Cerritos in a Southwest Conference match on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The Comets will get a rematch with Mt. SAC in another conference match a week from Wednesday evening, also at The Dome.

Dunning, Joseph turn match around in PC win

WHITTIER (10-17-2012) -- Palomar's wrestlers stayed undefeated by coming from behind Wednesday night to take a 24-16 road win over Rio Hondo.

Kyle Vexler remained unbeaten at 125, but the Roadrunners won three straight bouts before Jacob Dunning (left) shifted the momentum with a last-second takedown to win 4-2 at 157 pounds, and Michael Joseph (right) stole the momentum completely with a second-period pin at 165 in a Southwest Conference opener.

Palomar (5-0 plus two tournament championships) clinched the victory with a major decision from Chris Bascon at 174, a 6-4 decision from Wes Burreisci at 184 and a major decision from Matt Reed at 197. John Castle took Rio Hondo's heavyweight to overtime before losing.

"It was ugly, but we got the win," Palomar coach Brody Barrios said.

Saturday's Southern California Dual Tournament at The Dome will get underway at 9 a.m.

Comets pass Fresno, are No. 1-ranked in state

SACRAMENTO (10-9-2012) -- With team titles in the Mt. SAC Duals and the Santa Ana Tournament, Palomar's wrestlers have taken over the No. 1 community college ranking in the state.

No. 2 is two-time defending state champion Fresno City College, the previously No. 1-ranked team. The Rams are followed by Sierra, Mt. SAC, West Hills-Lemoore, Sacramento City College, Cerritos, Cuesta, Santa Ana and Santa Rosa, in that order, to round out the top 10 teams.

The Comets' Kyle Vexler (125 pounds), Shervin Iraniha (157) and Mike Joseph (165) are ranked No. 1 in their respective weight classes. Eddie Estevez (like Vexler a 125-pounder) and Emilio Rivera (133) both are ranked No. 3 in their weights. Robert Mata is fifth at 149 pounds, Chris Bacon fifth at 174 and Matt Read sixth at 197.

Palomar wrestler Shervin Iraniha, the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Men's Athlete of the Week for all sports, is shown in a 2010 courtesy photo.

Comets' Iraniha is PCAC Athlete of the Week

SAN DIEGO (10-9-2012) -- Palomar wrestler Shervin Iraniha has been selected as Men's Athlete of the Week for all sports by the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference.

Iraniha, a freshman from Monte Vista High School and the No. 1-ranked community college wrestler in California at 157 pounds, took the men's honor while Prohaska, a freshman from La Costa Canyon High, was the women's selection.

Iraniha won once by fall and twice by decision, then defeated Sacramento City College's Bryant Wood by major decision 11-3 to win the 157-pound title at the Santa Ana Tournament on Saturday.

Iriniha was voted Outstanding Lower Class Wrestler in the tournament as Palomar, the top-ranked team in the state, defeated runner-up Mt. SAC and two-time defending state champion Sacramento City College, the third-place finisher, for the team title. Sac City is seeking its fourth state team championship in five years this season.

Iriniha previously had gone 3-0 at 157 as the Comets won the Mt. SAC Duals to open the 2012 season.

He was a state high school qualifier at Monte Vista for four straight seasons and originally committed to wrestle at Arizona State.

The Pacific Coast Athletic Conference is Palomar's actual home conference. The Comets, the only wrestling team in the PCAC, wrestle in the Southern California Wrestling Association's Southwest Conference.

 Palomar takes No. 1 team ranking in California

SACRAMENTO (10-9-2012) -- With team titles in the Mt. SAC Duals and the Santa Ana Tournament, Palomar's wrestlers have taken over the No. 1 ranking in the state. No. 2 is two-time defending state champion Sacramento City College, followed by Sierra, Mt. SAC, West Hills-Lemoore, Sacramento City College, Cerritos, Cuesta, Santa Ana and Santa Rosa.

The Comets' Kyle Vexler (125 pounds), Shervn Iraniha (157) and Mike Joseph (165) are ranked No. 1 in their respective weight classes.

Eddie Estevez (like Vexler a 125-pounder) and Emilio Rivera (133) both are ranked No. 3 in their weights. Robert Mata is fifth at 149 pounds, Chris Bacon fifth at 174 and Matt Read sixth at 197.

 Comets capture 3 weights, win another tourney

SANTA ANA (10-6-2012) -- Coach Brody Barrios' Palomar wrestlers scored 118.5 points and captured their second straight tourney championship on Saturday, winning three weight classes to place first out of 24 teams in the Santa Ana Tournament.

Mt. SAC was second with 107.5 points and two-time defending state champion Fresno City College was third with 107.

Mt. SAC was second with 107.5 points and two-time defending state champion Fresno City College was third with 107.

Kyle Vexler (125 pounds), Shervin Iraniha (157) and Mike Joseph (165) were weight-class winners for the Comets. Eddie Estevez, Emilio Rivera and Robert Mata took second places. Simon Olguin, Chris Bacon and Matt Reed brought home fourth places.

Rounding out the top 10 teams were West Hills-Lemoore in fourth place, Sacramento City College fifth, Cerritos sixth, Rio Hondo seventh, Sana Ana eighth, East Los Angeles ninth and Mt. SAC B 10th.

Palomar goes 4-0, win Mt. SAC Duals title easily

WALNUT (9-22-2012) -- Palomar's wrestling team came up big in its season opener on Saturday, outscoring four opponents 150-30 and winning the Mt. SAC Duals in overwhelming fashion.

Coach Brody Barrios' Comets defeated Victor Valley 44-9, Rio Hondo 40-3, East Los Angeles 39-9 and Bakersfield in the championship match 22-9.

Kyle Vexler (125 pounds), Emilio Rivera (133) and Robert Mata (149) all went 4-0 for the Comets in their four matches. Shervin Iraniha (157 pounds) was 3-0.

Michael Joseph (165), Auggie Desantis (184) and Matt Reed (197) all were 3-1. Chris Bascon (174) was 2-1, Junior Lule (141) was 2-1 and heavyweight John Castle was 1-2.

Comets to begin 2012 at Mt. SAC Duals Sept. 22

SAN MARCOS  (9-12-2012) -- Palomar will begin its second wrestling season under coach Brody Barrios (left) on Saturday, Sept. 22,  when the Comets travel to Walnut for the Mt. SAC Duals.

The Comets, who placed sixth in the CCCAA State championships in 2011 at Santa Rosa,  will host the SouthernCalifornia Dual Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 20, and duals against Cerritos on Oct. 24 and Mt. SAC on Nov. 7.

Palomar again will wrestle in the Southern California Wrestling Association's  Southwest Conference.

2012 Schedule and Results

Date Match Site Time / Result
Sat Sep 22 Victor Valley (Mt. SAC Duals) Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut WON 44-9
  Rio Hondo (Mt. SAC Duals)   WON 40-3
  East Los Angeles (Mt. SAC duals)   WON 39-9
  Bakersfield (Mt. SAC Duals championship)   WON 22-9
Sat Oct 6 Santa Ana Tournament Santa Ana College 1ST OF 22 TEAMS
Wed Oct 17 Rio Hondo-x Whittier WON 24-16
Sat Oct 20 Team X (Southern California Duals) Palomar Dome WON 45-0
  Cerritos (Southern California Duals)   WON 21-17
  Mt. SAC (Southern California Duals championship)   Lost 16-24
Wed Oct 24 Cerritos-x Palomar Dome WON 26-16
Sat Oct 27 Meathead Movers Tournament Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo 2ND OF 15 TEAMS
Wed Nov 7 Mt. SAC-x Palomar Dome WON 19-15
Wed Nov 14 Santa Ana-x Santa Ana College WON 17-13
Sat Dec 1 Southern  Regionals East Los Angeles 2ND OF 10 TEAMS
Fri-Sat Dec 7-8 CCCAA State Championships (Day 2) West Hills College - Lemoore 6TH OF 20 TEAMS

Home Matches in Bold

x-Southern California Wrestling Association Southwest Conference Match

2012 Roster

Name Wt Yr High School
Christopher Bascon 174 So Mt. Carmel (San Diego, CA)
Wesley Burriesci 220 So Liberty (Peoria, AZ)
Ivan Campos 141 Fr Chaparral (Temecula, CA)
Robin Case Hwt Fr Rancho Buena Vista (Vista, CA)
Jonathan Castle Hwt Fr Poway (Poway, CA)
Augustine Desantis 184 Fr Escondido (Escondido, CA)
Matthew DeYoung 141 So Hilltop (Chula Vista, CA)
Peter Donchev 157 Fr La Jolla (La Jolla, CA)
Jacob Dunning 149 Fr Steele Canyon (Spring Valley, CA)
Edward Estevez 125 So Otay Ranch (Chula Vista, CA)
Rafael Garcia 149 Fr Imperial (Imperial,  CA)
John Gonzalez 157 Fr Vista (Vista, CA)
Shervin Iraniha 157 Fr Monte Vista (Spring Valley, CA)
Joshua Joseph 141 Fr Morse (San Diego, CA)
Michael Joseph 165 So Patrick Henry (San Diego,
Kirk Kaliszewski 141 Fr Ramona (Ramona,  CA)
Ascary "Junior" Lule   Fr Palo Verde (Blythe,  CA)
Ricky Lule 133 Fr Palo Verde (Blythe, CA)
Ned Johnson 174 Fr Scripps Ranch (San Diego, CA)
Robert Mata   So Escondido (Escondido, CA)
Marcus Mitchell 174 Fr Holy Rosary (New Orleans, LA)
Tyler Moulton 197 Fr Heritage (Romoland)
Simon Olguin   So San Marcos (San Marcos, CA)
Charles Rassel Hwt Fr Carlsbad (Carlsad, CA)
Matt Reed 197 So Rancho Buena Vista (Vista, CA)
Emilio Rivera   So San Marcos (San Marcos, CA)
Cisco Ruelas 184 Fr Orange Glen (Escondido, CA)
Javier Sanchez-Bello 125 Fr Poway (Poway, CA)
Diego Vasquez 197 Fr Vista Murrieta (Murrieta,CA)
Gustavo Velasquez   Fr Colegio de Bachillever Mtro Jose Vasconelos (Mexico)
Kyle Vexler   So Valley Center (Valley Center, CA)
Victor Viesca 157 Fr Olympian (Chula Vista, CA)



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