Three domestic wrestling teams to compete for the title of two CIF-SS meetings – San Bernardino Sun

Three domestic high school wrestling teams will look for championship hardware Wednesday night as the CIF Southern Section doubles finals take place at different venues.

Temecula Valley is the defending boys’ Division 1 champion, and the Golden Bears will try to claim the show’s 19th double meet title when it hosts Palm Desert at 7pm. Temecula Valley was the No. 1 seed and advanced to the finals with a 45-25 win streak over the Santa Ana Calvary Chapel on Saturday. 3rd seed Palm Desert reached the final with a 50-23 victory over St. John Bosco.

These two teams played each other in December at the California State Duals in Clovis, and Temecula Valley won 42-39 in the Division 1 semifinals.

Some of the best wrestlers in the state will compete in the Division 1 championship match.

Temecula Valley has eight wrestlers ranked in the state Top 10 in their respective weight classes: Manuel Gaitan (1st at 160); Ethan Perryman (No. 2, 120); Mark Takara (No. 4, 152); Alec Peralta (number 5 with 145); Abel Gaitan (No. 7, 138); Devin Avedissian (No. 9, 132); Aidan Munoz (No. 10, 113); and Caleb Madrid (No. 10, 220).

Palm Desert has six wrestlers ranked in the Top 10 in the state: Beau Mantanona (no. 1, 138); Daniel Herrera (No. 1, 285); Sonny Kling (No. 2, 195); Brock Mantanona (No. 3, 126); Caleb Vanbuskirk (No. 4, 220); and Erik McCown (No. 10, 170).

Team Yucaipa boys face top seed Northview for Division 2 finals at 5pm. Yucaipa was only 8th in the final standings, but the Thunderbirds beat top seed Centennial in the quarterfinals (48-21) and Paloma Valley in the semifinals (54-18) to advance to the finals for the first time ever. doubles.

Corona’s Izzy Hawley controls Northview’s Bailey Carillo during the CIF Southern Section Division 1 women’s doubles championship tournament at Corona High School in Corona on Wednesday, June 9, 2021. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press- Enterprise / SCNG)

Corona won their first women’s doubles championship last season, and the Panthers will attempt to defend that title as they head to Northview for the final at 7:30 p.m. KST. This is a rematch of last season’s title match, which Corona won 42-40. Third seed Corona reached the final with a 42-39 victory over Marina. Northview, the top seed, beat Downey 40-30 in Saturday’s semi-final. Three domestic wrestling teams to compete for the title of two CIF-SS meetings – San Bernardino Sun

Tom Vazquez

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