• Wrestling: Breakers Win MTAL and Send 8 Wrestlers to CCS Championships

    Pacific Grove flexed their muscles again for the second straight year in the Mission Trail Athletic League Championships. The Breakers had two wrestlers win their weight classes, and six more take runner-ups as they scored 144 team points to win the MTAL championship for the second consecutive season. [02-19-15]

    Maybe a little bit of a shocker on how the tournament panned out, with the Breakers, Greenfield, and Soledad all heading into the tournament with a chance to take home the gold. Soledad only put up 78.5 team points and finished in fifth place, while Greenfield took third, with a team score of 112.5.

    The top two wrestlers from each weight class move on to the CCS tournament, that will take place on February 27, and 28 at Independence High School, in San Jose.

    The Breakers will have eight wrestlers in the CCS tournament: Tyler Hawes, Foster Smith, Orion Bautista, Liam Cunningham, Kacee Takasaki, Gone Tawdrouse, Jadon Philip, and Robert Wilkerson.

    Final Team Standings –

    Pacific Grove – 144

    Gonzales – 123

    Greenfield – 112.5

    Carmel – 101.5

    Soledad – 78.5

    1st Place Finishers –

    108 – Damian Diaz, Soledad

    115 – Juan Suarez, Gonzales

    122 – Thomas Perez, Greenfield

    128 – Sergio Mendoza, King City

    134 – Kyle Mowatt, Carmel

    140 – Logan Gomez, Gonzales

    147 – Christian Amador, Gonzales

    154 – Antonio Magana, Carmel

    162 – Jeff Klein, Carmel

    172 – Tyler Hawes, Pacific Grove

    184 – Jack Maughan, Carmel

    197 – Foster Smith, Pacific Grove

    220 – Anthony Leon, Greenfield

    HWT – Jose Sanchez, Gonzales

    posted to Cedar Street Times on February 22, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports


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