Fargo 2019 Roster Release: California's Looking For A Gold Rush

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California is looking for a gold rush this year at Fargo. Their roster for the Cadet and Junior national championships includes over a dozen ranked wrestlers.

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We're still a few weeks out from Fargo, but California USA Wrestling was kind enough to send over both their Cadet and Junior teams on the men's side. Take a look at their ranked stars chasing after stop signs:

  • #4 at 160: Cael Valencia, St. John Bosco
  • #8 at 120: Tristan Lujan, Selma
  • #8 at 285: Nicholas Villareal, Gilroy
  • #10 at 145: Bobby Perez, St. John Bosco
  • #10 at 106: Andre Gonzales, Poway (113)
  • #10 at 220: Guillermo Escobedo, Bishop Amat
  • #12 at 152: Chase Saldate, Gilroy
  • #13 at 132: Henry Porter, Oakdale
  • #14 at 195: Jadon Martin, Buchanan
  • #15 at 132: Ryan Franco, Clovis North
  • #15 at 170: Max Wilner, Fountain Valley
  • #18 at 106: Clarence Moore, Gilroy
  • #19 at 152: Luka Wick, San Marino

Cali's best finish between the four age levels and styles last year was third in Junior Greco, and they just finished third at Junior Duals in Greco. The freestyle side will hope to improve on 6th place finishes in Cadet (now 16U) and 10th place in Junior.

Check out the complete teams below, which includes graduates Jace Luchau and Trey Munoz. Luchau finished his career ranked #7 at 152 and is headed to Fresno State, while Munoz ended up #7 at 170 and will be going to Arizona State.


Cadet/16U

WeightFirst NameLast Name
88GrigorCholakyan
88EczequielJaurrieta
94Ray RayHarris
94BryceLuna
94Jeremy LeeOani
100EthanGrimminger
100BeauMantanona
100TashNguyen
106JamesGauntlett
106DarioLemos
106DylanMcDonald
106DominicMendez
106ClarenceMoore
106AidenWilder
113FernandoBarretto
113BrockBobzien
113MikeDiaz
113AndreGonzales
113MichaelMcGruder
113Isaiah KainoaMedina
113ZacharyParker
113ZethRomney
113SeanSolis
120CarterBailey
120JoeyCruz
120JohnnyLopez
120JaxsonTaber
126DanteLopez
126RubenRomero
126KoaRuiz
126NiccoRuiz
126AntoineWalker
132JasperCenteno
132DevynChe
132EthanGouchin
132KylerLake
132NoahTolentino
138EthanBirch
138LukeGayer
138VictorJacinto
138MikaelMelaku
138SergioMontoya
138GabrielSchumm
145JamesConner
145Robert PaulPerez 
152CadeCreighton
152EvanGilbert
152JacksonMcGougan
152AdarSchwarzbach
160RichardGarica
160TrentMunoz
160JakePrudek
160MatthewRodriguez
170RenatoBezerra
170SanasarKhachikyan
170EduardoRuano
182DeziJohnson
182JavenJovero
182SethMiller
182BradenPease
195RyanArrington
195JordanHilford
220DillonBailey
220JuanMora
285XavierBruening
285IvanMunoz
285AminToledo


Junior

WeightFirst NameLast Name
100NathanVasquez
106MitchellHallmark
113MichaelBigler
120ChristianCabuag
120RichardCastro-Sandoval
120Raul Jimenez
120TimLevine
120Triston Lujan
120RomeoMcneal
120CarsonPrim
126JadenGomez
126JasonMiranda
126DaymeondMolina
132NathanAguilar
132EliBlackwell
132RyanFranco
132HenryPorter
132RyanSpangler
138OscarAranda
138JesusCantar
138CadeLucio
138JoshMedina
138Marcos Polanco
138ZaneStoddard
138JohnathonViveros
145AaronGalef
145DesiLobos
145JoeyMora
145DiegoNava
145TylerOkada
145GeorgeRuiz
145CannonWaters
152TylerBadgett
152AlfredoMendoza
152ChaseSaldate
152LukaWick
160KrisDarin
160JaceLuchau
160JosephMartin
160CaelValencia
170AlexanderHernandez
170HassanKhan
170TreyMunoz
170CollinNicholson
170JairoRivera
170MaxwellWilner
182DenzelMabry
182JonovanSmith
182KodiakStephens
195BenGould
195JoshHarkey
195JackKilner
195DanielLong
195JadenMartin
195SamWade
220JacobChristensen
220GuillermoEscobedo
220Chris Island
220BrandonLeon
220JubenalLopez
220OlandisMathes
220PeterMing
285AlanAleman
285LucasCook
285CaspianGrabowski
285NicholasVillerreal


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