With 176 team points, Bakersfield College won the championship of the Southeast Conference Tournament.
For the fourth time this season, the Fresno City College wrestling team won a tournament title.
In his 16 years as the Cerritos College wrestling head coach, Donny Garriott has won a lot of matches. But one place he has had difficulty winning in conference play has been at Mt. San Antonio College.
For the fourth straight season, Southern California Dual Meet champion Cerritos College will be taking on Northern California Dual Meet champion Fresno City College.
With champions at seven different weight classifications, Fresno City College outdistanced themselves from the rest of the pack to win the championship of the Mike Tamana Invitational on Saturday.
On Wednesday, five California Community College Athletic Association wrestling matches were scheduled to be held.
After a pair of tournament championships, three-time defending CCCAA state champion Fresno City College has been ranked #1 in the state in the first poll released this year.
For the first time since 2014, Cerritos College came out as the team champion of the Santa Ana Tournament.
In a three-way Southeast Conference dual meet, Bakersfield College earned a pair of win to remain undefeated in conference action.
With five individual champions and two others that advanced to the finals, the Fresno City College wrestling team won their second tournament of the season, as they compiled 242.5 team points to capture the West Hills Tournament title on Saturday.
With first place finishes in seven of the 10 weight classifications, Fresno City College amassed enough team points to win the championship of the Sacramento City Tournament.
Seven schools attended the Mt. San Antonio Duals Tournament on Saturday, with two teams from Northern California going unbeaten on the day.
Both Bakersfield College in the south and Santa Rosa Junior College in the north held the first multi-team dual meets on Saturday night.
Both Bakersfield College and East Los Angeles College opened their season with Southeast Conference wins in the first week of action.
After 38 seasons as the head wrestling coach at Sacramento City College, David Pacheco has announced his retirement.