22 from San Bernardino County still alive after Day 1 of CIF-SS Masters wrestling

After Friday’s Day 1 of the CIF-SS Masters Meet, each weight class is whittled down to the final 12. Those in the semifinals have guaranteed a trip to Bakersfield for next weekend’s CIF State Championships. The other eight still alive in consolation in each weight class will be vying for the final five spots. The 4 winners in the consolation quarterfinals in the first consolation round Saturday advance, with the four losers dropping into the ninth-place bracket and will need to win their final two matches.

There are 22 San Bernardino County wrestlers alive, including six in the semifinals. Bloomington leads the way and is fourth overall with two in the semis and six total still alive.
Here they are, by weight class. All are in consolation except those designated otherwise:
106: Alex Garcia, Rialto (faces Vincent Parra of Covina Northview in the semis)
113: Jorge Carbajal, Bloomington

120: Hector Ruvalcaba, Victor Valley
126: Daniel Romero, Montclair vs. Trent Smith, Sultana in consolation
Johnny Foster, Bloomington
132: Justus Cervantes, Los Osos
138: Uzo Owuama, Bloomington (semis after taking 4th last week. faces. Rowland’s Mario Lopez in semis)
145: Brad Pearce, Alta Loma
Jonathan Gutierrez, Bloomington
160: Jonathan Oliveira, Victor Valley
170: Jon Solano, Los Osos (No. 4 in state faces Bryan Salinas of Northview in semis)
Corey Griego, Sultana (No. 1 in state, faces Harlan Kistler of Riverside King in semis)
Blake Fifer, Victor Valley
Garrick Gurney, Chino Hills
182: Matt Williams, Sultana
Marcus Vargas, Bloomington
195: Dylan Bollinger, Sultana
Anthony Hernandez, Oak Hills
220: Derrick Jones, Bloomington (faces Kyle Martin of San Jacinto in semis)
Cody Fahamokioa, Rancho Cucamonga
285: Kenny Clark, Carter (No. 5 in state and only CIF-SS wrestler ranked higher, No. 1 Nour Abdullatif of Eastvale Roosevelt, lost in the quarters. Clark faces Alejandro Ruelas of Westminster in semis)