Big 8 South wrestling team places third at tournament

The Big 8 South wrestling team, comprised of students from Solana Pacific Elementary School, Carmel Valley Middle School, and Earl Warren Middle School, snagged the third place team trophy for their efforts on the mat Saturday, Feb. 22, at the annual Big 8 Wrestling Tournament sponsored by the Boys and Girls Club of San Dieguito and held at Santa Fe Christian School, where five teams and approximately 100 students competed.

Back row, left to right: Sebastian Carpenter (2nd place@145#), Ryan Schlesier, Coach Daniel Berman, Assistant Coach Jessie Ralph, Drake Taylor (3rd place@135#), Luke Pisacane, Garrett Chamberlin (5th place@122#). Front row, left to right: Eli Blaskiewicz (2nd place @135#), James Freedman (5th place@95#), Sean Barry (2nd place@115#), Shankar Torres (3rd place@95#), and James Ralph (3rd place@105#). Not pictured: Brett Boren (1st place@128#).”

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