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HS Wrestling: Temecula Valley Wins the Riverside County Championships
The Golden Bears Dominate in the Tournament
Tuesday, January 14th, 2014
Issue 03, Volume 18.
Temescal Canyon finished fourth with 183 points. The Titans Restad was the champion placing first in the 170 pound weight class. Allard fiished second in the 113 division and teammate Stafford was also second in the 120 division. Gonzales aalso finished in second place in the light heavy weight 220 pound class for Temescal Canyon.
The Broncos came in eighth place as the Vista Murrieta team scored 168.5 points in the tournament. Paterson (Vista Murrieta), 3-2.second in the 195 weight class.
Great Oak had two wrestlers finish in second place at the meet. Christian Lechuga made it to the final round of the 132 division and Jacob Lloyd in the 150 pound weight class.
1. Temecula Valley 260,
2. Hemet 199 ½,
3. Riverside King 190,
4. Temescal Canyon 183 ½,
5. Corona Centennial 176 ½,
6. Canyon Springs 174 ½,
7. Perris Citrus Hill 168 ½,
8. Vista Murrieta 168,
9. Eastvale Roosevelt 158,
10. Palm Desert 141 ½.
106 First: Diaz (Canyon Springs) Second:Arreola (La Sierra), 8-7.
113 First:Parker (Centennial) Second: Allard (Temescal Canyon).
120 First Vargas (Citrus Hill) Second: Stafford (Temescal Canyon), 10-2.
126 First: Garcia (Hemet) Second: Duran (Centennial), 10-4.
132 First:Vasquez (King) Second: Lechuga (Temecula Great Oak).
138 First:Hernandez (Canyon) Second: Anthony Mantanona (Palm Desert), 11-10.
145 First:Alex Hernandez (HWV) Second:Bruce Valdez (Beaumont), 7-4.
152 First:Robert Skorheim (CS) Second: Lloyd (Great Oak), 8-4.
160 First: Kistler (King) Second:Armendarez (Temecula Valley), 6-0.
170 First:Restad (Temescal C) Second: Methany (Roosevelt), 15-4.
182 First:Tristin (Hemet) Second: Leyva (San Jacinto), 5-0.
195 First:Martinez (Centennial) Second:Paterson (Vista Murrieta), 3-2.
220 First:Van Weems (Centennial) Second: Gonzales (Temescal Canyon), 7-5.
285 First:Abdullatif (Roosevelt) Second:Moreno-Martinez (Citrus Hill).
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