Canyon Crest wrestling team off to strong start

The CCA wrestling team is off to a great start. Jeff Lorenzen, received the Champion and Outstanding Middleweight award at the recent San Ysidro wrestling tournament and also the Gold Medal in the Mater Dei Dual. Other winning team members are Aaron Baer, KO Hwang, Ben Pearlman, Alec Berry, Skyler Wities, Charles Zhou, Corey Carillo, Ryan McCurdy and Josh Glassman.

For more team information, please contact Coach Craig at RavensWrestling@gmail.com.

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