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Abe Ochoa is the Heavy Weight Champion of the 2014 Las Vegas Holiday Classic

What happens in Vegas just can’t stay in Vegas. The Mustangs headed up I-15 traveling to the Las Vegas Holiday Classic to compete last Friday and Saturday and compete they did. Abe Ochoa (16-0) ended the two day tournament as the Heavy Weight Champion, beating Esequiel Valles (18-1) of Red Mountain High School in Mesa, Arizona with an impressive pin …

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MUSTANGS HAVE A STRONG WEEKEND

This weekend was action packed for Mustang wrestling.  The Varsity team competed in Carter High Schools, “Duals at the Den” and the Frosh-Soph team hosted the Mustang Invitational.  The varsity team wrestled hard and found good success finishing 6-1.  The Mustangs had victories over Eisenhower High School, Etiwanda, Granit Hills, the host school Carter, Beaumont and Rialto.  The Mustangs finished …

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ANDREW GOMEZ NAMED ORANGE COUNTY WRESTLING ATHLETE OF THE WEEK.

Gomez was the seventh seed at the El Dorado Invitational and went on to finish first at 138 pounds. Gomez won one match by major decision, one by fall and three by decision including 7-6 in the finals against Johnny Knowles (Calvary Chapel). (CLICK HERE FOR ENTIRE ARTICLE)

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MUSTANGS KEEP ROLLING

The varsity team battled in the El Dorado Invitational which is one of the top opening weekend high school tournaments in all of California, and the Frosh-Soph team got busy at the Frosh-Soph Mater Dei invitational at Mater Dei High School. The Varsity Mustangs certainly made a strong showing, finishing 3rd as a team in a field of 42 teams …

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Mustang Wrestlers Get Rolling

The entire Mustang wrestling team was together for the first time on Wednesday night for a non-league dual against Irvine High School. Irvine came in to the dual ranked 10th in the county. The evening started with the Frosh-Soph and Junior Varsity battling in some tough matches. When it was all said and done, the Frosh-Soph came away with a …

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