Rim’s John Whisner talks about winning CIF-SS 106-pound title.
Los Osos’ Adam Cervantes talks about winning CIF-SS 152-pound title
Thrilling end to Cody Fahamokioa’s 2-1 win for the 220 title, getting an escape in the 2nd half of the 2nd overtime.
Rancho Cucamonga’s Fahamokioa talks about winning the 220-pound title.
Bloomington co-coach Gabe Schaefer talks after winning school’s first ever CIF-SS Individual Tournament team title.
Bloomington’s Ismael Carbajal wins 120-pound title
Bloomington’s Julian Melecio gets a late reversal (which stands after an extended discussion)
Julian Melecio talks after winning the 126-pound title
Robert Castro talks after winning 195-pound title.
The CIF found Ontario a few years ago, and is now coming back more and more.
The CIF-SS announced this week that the Southern Section Masters wrestling meet is coming to Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, Feb. 28-March 1, 2014. And it’s not for just one year. The commitment is for three years.
I think it’s a great move for CIF and for Ontario. The CIF-SS came to Ontario a few years ago, when they started having small-division basketball finals at Colony High School, which they still do. Then the state CIF brought regional final basketball games to CBB Arena a couple of years ago.