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Menlo College wins, CCC Championship

Date of competition: Saturday, February 22, 2020

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Host Menlo College captured its second Cascade Collegiate Conference Men's Wrestling Championship on Saturday in front of their home crowd.

The Oaks claimed top honors thanks to six placers and a pair of champions.

The top three placers in each weight class were announced as All-Conference. In total, 57 individual wrestlers earned spots to the NAIA National Championships in Park City, Kan. on March 6-7.

Anthony Orozco and Blaysen Terukina repeated as CCC champions. Orozco made quick work of Bryce Decarmago of Simpson to become the first ever three-time CCC champion. Terukina upset the No. 1 ranked wrestler in the NAIA, Austin Wallace-Lister of Warner Pacific, 3-1, to claim his second 133-pound title in as many seasons. Menlo's All-CCC picks include: Riley Siason (2nd- 125 lbs), Blaysen Terukina (1st -- 133 lbs), Devin Everk (2nd -- 149 lbs), Joseph Dominguez (3rd -- 149 lbs), Alex Garcia (3rd -- 165 lbs), Anthony Orozco (1st -- 184 lbs).

The following Oaks will compete at the Nationals:
125 -- Riley Siason, Jacob Mendoza
133 -- Blaysen Terukina
149 -- Devin Everk, Joseph Dominguez
165 -- Alex Garcia
174 -- Jordan Bernal
184 -- Anthony Orozco
285 -- Elias Kenneryd


Joey Martinez of Menlo College was named Coach of the Year for the second time in the last three seasons.

posted by Rick on Feb 23, 2020 at 2:17 am

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