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Mar Vista Wrestling Team Wins South Bay League Title and Goes Undefeated in League for 2nd Straight Year!

Feb 11, 2018 09:54PM ● By Paul Spear
Mar Vista Wrestlers Defeated Castle Park last Thursday in a match held at Mark Vista High School to Win League and went undefeated in their league matches for the second straight year!

Congratulations to Coach Julio Garcia and long-time assistant Ed Delos Reyes and the MVHS wrestling team for winning the South Bay League Title for the second straight year!  Vista will compete this weekend in the Team Dual Meets in a pool with Brawley, University City and Monte Vista.

Said assistant Wrestling Coach Ed DeLos Reyes, "Cif Playoffs start Saturday the 17th at 
 Montgomery High School.' On February 3rd, Mar Vista finished tied for 4th in the Metro Conference, a match between the South Bay League and Mesa League. In that competition Olympian High School is the Conference Champion. Julian Winnie the Mariners 115 pound wrestler was Metro Conference Champion and outstanding Lightweight, and Mathew Frith at 170 pounds Silver medalist. 

Said Coach De Los Reyes when talking about the wrestling team this year, "Leading the team for Mar Vista are Julian Winnie, Roy Figueroa, Anthony Molina, Nathaniel Bingham, and Mathew Frith. Our girls our doing very well also...Sonia Banequid a Senior, is making a name for herself as the best in her weight class and Freshman Mary Gilbertson, is doing a fine job in her weight."
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Paul Spear, Publisher, and Editor of Dig Imperial Beach 

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