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St. Francis, Palo Alto, M-A wrestlers earn tourney titles

Mountain View, St. Francis also at Ed Ferrell Classic

Palo Alto's Cade Creighton won the 195-pound title at the Peninsula Invitational. Photo taken April 17, 2021 by Keith Farrell.

St. Francis had five wrestlers win titles at the Peninsula Invitational at Half Moon Bay on Saturday. Palo Alto recorded three titles and a Menlo-Atherton wrestler placed third.

On the girls side, Menlo-Atherton recorded four individual titles and Palo Alto had one.

Lancer Matthew Luna recorded a pin in 20 seconds in the 138-pound championship match and Ryan Lee pinned his opponent in 1:30 at 182 pounds.

Bryce Luna (132) and Leonardo Maiuolo (145) each recorded decisions in their final matches and Diego Barajas recorded two pins to win the 106-pound round robin.

Palo Alto’s Cade Creighton won three matches in a round robin at 195 pounds to earn his title. Max Felter won the 170-pound division and Nicholas Quiroz won at 220 pounds.

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Eli Barasch was Menlo-Atherton’s top finisher, recording a third-place finish at 152 pounds.

Half Moon Bay won the team title with 197 points. St. Francis placed second (187), Palo Alto (160) was third and Menlo-Atherton (129) placed fifth.

M-A’s Kiely Tabaldo, the defending Central Coast Section champion at 101, won 111, recording a decision in the finals.

Eden Fisher recorded a pin in her final match to win at 106, Anna Younes won 131 with a decision and Alexandra Lujan went 3-0 in the round robin to win 189.

Paly’s Ella Jauregui, fifth at 121 in last season’s CCS tournament, won at 126 with a decisive decision. Teammates Aniah Latu (160) and Nysa Bhat (131) each placed third.

Ed Ferrell Classic

Boys JV results can be found here

Girls JV results can be found here

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St. Francis, Palo Alto, M-A wrestlers earn tourney titles

Mountain View, St. Francis also at Ed Ferrell Classic

Uploaded: Mon, Dec 6, 2021, 11:53 am

St. Francis had five wrestlers win titles at the Peninsula Invitational at Half Moon Bay on Saturday. Palo Alto recorded three titles and a Menlo-Atherton wrestler placed third.

On the girls side, Menlo-Atherton recorded four individual titles and Palo Alto had one.

Lancer Matthew Luna recorded a pin in 20 seconds in the 138-pound championship match and Ryan Lee pinned his opponent in 1:30 at 182 pounds.

Bryce Luna (132) and Leonardo Maiuolo (145) each recorded decisions in their final matches and Diego Barajas recorded two pins to win the 106-pound round robin.

Palo Alto’s Cade Creighton won three matches in a round robin at 195 pounds to earn his title. Max Felter won the 170-pound division and Nicholas Quiroz won at 220 pounds.

Eli Barasch was Menlo-Atherton’s top finisher, recording a third-place finish at 152 pounds.

Half Moon Bay won the team title with 197 points. St. Francis placed second (187), Palo Alto (160) was third and Menlo-Atherton (129) placed fifth.

M-A’s Kiely Tabaldo, the defending Central Coast Section champion at 101, won 111, recording a decision in the finals.

Eden Fisher recorded a pin in her final match to win at 106, Anna Younes won 131 with a decision and Alexandra Lujan went 3-0 in the round robin to win 189.

Paly’s Ella Jauregui, fifth at 121 in last season’s CCS tournament, won at 126 with a decisive decision. Teammates Aniah Latu (160) and Nysa Bhat (131) each placed third.

Ed Ferrell Classic

Boys JV results can be found here

Girls JV results can be found here

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