Tracy Press coverage from weekend tournament
The Tracy Press covered the most recent dual win over St Mary’s.
Local press coverage of the Bulldogs at the recent varsity tournament in Sacramento.
A last minute entry for the Tracy bulldogs at the West Campus (Sacramento) varsity tournament saw six wrestlers compete against mostly Sacramento area wrestling teams and came away with four medals.
Consolation champion (7th place) for Conner Lanthier.
Second place finish for Alex Gougousis.
Second place finish for Jonathon Uhl
First place for Eli Blackwell
Outstanding wrestler award given to Eli Blackwell.
Updated NorCal rankings released.
More than 200 of California’s top 40 ranked wrestlers will be battling it out. Link below includes a list of those athlete’s including Tracy’s Eli Blackwell. This doesn’t include nationally ranked kids and programs from around the country (32 out of state teams at last count).
Tracy High’s Eli Blackwell was the champion at 132lb weight class at the 2-day varsity Lou Bronzan tournament at Liberty High School in Brentwood, CA. The following is the Tracy Press coverage of that event. In addition to Eli, freshman Anthony Nunes finished with a 5th place medal.
Tracy Wrestling recenctly travelled to north Stockton to take on the Bear Creek Bruins. The Bulldogs came away victorious. This was the press coverage of that event.
We have posted links to articles in the past that espoused the great benefit wrestling is to athletes who participate in other sports. Football is a commonly linked sport. The article linked below is another great example of how one family was given advice for their middle-school aged son to get involved in wrestling as it would have direct impact on skills necessary to develop into a good football player.
Article linked here to usafootball.com
The Tracy Press covered the recent Rod Gaines varsity tournament. The team took sixth place of more than twenty schools even though Tracy was handicapped without a full lineup in the team race. Five medalists from Tracy include two freshmen, Anthony Nunes and Jason Matta. Both freshmen have prior wrestling experience in the Tracy wrestling club and are looking to solidify a permanent spot in the varsity lineup, an honor for freshmen.