Cadet Freestyle All-Americans 1985 – 2019 (California)

Bill Hunter (Westlake Village, S) First Cadet FS National Champion from CA – 1988

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

94 – Maxximus Martinez, 2018

94 – Nicolas Aguilar, 2014

126 – Zahid Valencia, 2013

113 – Zahid Valencia, 2012

132 – Aaron Pico, 2012

138 – Anthony Valencia, 2012

119 – Aaron Pico, 2011

84 – Boris Novachkov, 2004

215 – Robby Smith, 2003

130 – Alex Herrera, 2002

83.5 – Mario Estrada, 1999

88 – Nathan Morgan, 1999

154 – Ryan Halsey, 1999

94.5 – Joe Streu, 1998

103.5 – Jason Moreno, 1998

121 – Max Odom, 1997

132 – Pat Cadwallader, 1996

112 – Stephen Abas, 1994

83.5 – Javier Lopez, 1991

242 – Corey Farkas, 1990

94.5 – Abram Ross, 1989

132 – Tony Okada, 1989

167 – Bill Hunter, 1988

ALL-AMERICANS

100 – Beau Mantanona – Double All-American

2019

88 – Grigor Cholakyan – 4th Place*

100 – Beau Mantanona – 5th Place*

113 – Brock Bobzien – 6th Place*

94 – Maxximus Martinez – National Champion

2018

94 – Maxximus Martinez – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

132 – Ryan Franco – 2nd Place*

145 – Cael Valencia – 3rd Place*

145 – Robert Perez III – 5th Place*

182 – Nathan Haas – 2nd Place

220 – Chris Island – 2nd Place*

126 – Ryan Franco (Clovis North, CS) Double All-Americans (FS/GR)

2017

101 – Richard Figueroa II  – 3rd Place

126 – Ryan Franco – 2nd Place*

138 – Luka Wick – 8th Place

145 – Jace Luchau – 3rd Place

145 – Trent Munoz – 7th Place

145 – Nathan Paulson – 8th Place

220 – Victor Jaquez, Jr. – 4th Place

All-Americans – Timothy Levine (St. John Bosco, S) and Jaden Abas (Frontier, CS)

2016

88 – Timothy Levine – 6th Place*

126 – Jaden Abas – 2nd Place

2015

195 – Danny Salas – 7th Place*

285 – Gavin Nye – 5th Place*

94 – Nicolas Aguilar (Gilroy, CC) National Champion

2014

94 – Nicolas Aguilar – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

94 – Izzak Olejnik – 8th Place*

126 – Jaden Enriquez – 2nd Place*

145 – Anthony Mantanona – 4th Place

152 – Luke Troy – 3rd Place

220 – Cristian Ayala – 6th Place*

285 – Christian Rebottaro – 5th Place

126 – Zahid Valencia (St. John Bosco, S) National Champion

2013

94 – Randon Miranda – 5th Place*

106 – Chris Deloza – 8th Place

126 – Zahid Valencia – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

126 – Jaden Enriquez – 5th Place*

160 – Frederick Padilla – 8th Place

Anthony & Zahid Valencia, Aaron Pico (St. John Bosco, S)

2012

113 – Zahid Valencia – NATIONAL CHAMPION

132 – Aaron Pico – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

138 – Anthony Valencia – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

145 – Nikko Villarreal – 3rd Place

145 – John Leal – 4th Place

119 – Aaron Pico (St. John Bosco, S) 2x National Champion

2011

84 – Sean Nickell – 3rd Place

119 – Aaron Pico – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

119 – Anthony Valencia – 3rd Place

125 – Martin Sandoval – 7th Place

135 – Aaron Negrette – 8th Place

140 – Nikko Villarreal – 5th Place

145 – Bryan Salinas – 7th Place

171 – Immanuel Barber – 7th Place*

105 – P.J. Klee (Cardinal Newman, NC)

2010

98 – Mason Pengilly – 5th Place

105 – P.J. Klee – 7th Place

130 – Natrelle Deminson – 5th Place

140 – Isaiah Martinez – 5th Place*

140 – Alex Abono – 6th Place

145 – Coleman Hammond – 2nd Place

145 – Kyle Perrault – 6th Place

152 – Victor Pereira – 7th Place

105 – Nahshon Garrett (Chico, N) Double All-American

2009

98 – Max Hvolbeck – 3rd Place

105 – Nashon Garrett – 8th Place*

119 – Natrelle Demison – 7th Place

135 – Antonio Linares – 3rd Place

145 – Victor Pereira – 6th Place

152 – James Wilson – 7th Place

171 – Lucas Sheridan – 2nd Place*

171 – Chris Giovannie – 8th Place

215 – Jesus Medrano – 7th Place

Morgan McIntosh (Calvary Chapel, S) Double All-American

2008

98 – Daniel Gayton – 8th Place

105 – Matt Correa – 6th Place

112 – Sean Silva – 4th Place

119 – Jesse Delgado – 3rd Place

152 – Bryce Hammond – 2nd Place

160 – Ian Roy – 6th Place

189 – Morgan McIntosh – 2nd Place*

215 – Ben Holmes – 4th Place

215 – Tank Knowles – 7th Place*

Ryan Loder (Granite Bay, SJ)

2007

84 – Anthony Leonard – 8th Place*

112 – Jesse Delgado – 4th Place

145 – Tyler Sheridan -8th Place*

171 – Ian Daube – 7th Place*

189 – Ryan Loder – 3rd Place

189 – John Meulman – 5th Place

215 – Brian Schoene – 6th Place

285 – Antonio Hernandez – 8th Place

Tito Pica (De La Salle, NC) Double All-American

2006

84 – Zach Zimmer – 5th Place

112 – Thomas Williams – 6th Place

171 – Hunter Collins – 2nd Place

171 – Tito Pica – 3rd Place*

215 – Josh Boger – 4th Place*

112 – Nikko Triggas (Campolindo, NC)

2005

84 – Jordan Elmer – 6th Place

84 – Corey Billings – 8th Place

91 – David Klingsheim – 5th Place*

112 – Nikko Triggas – 3rd Place*

135 – Max Harpel – 8th Place

171 – David Rottenberg – 7th Place

189 – Nathan Timmerman – 7th Place

84 – Boris Novachkov (Fremont, CC) National Champion

2004

84 – Boris Novachkov – NATIONAL CHAMPION

130 – Billy Murphy – 2nd Place

145 – Jason Welch – 4th Place

145 – Greg Crane – 5th Place

171 – Matt Boger – 3rd Place*

189 – Kyle Bergstedt – 5th Place*

215 – Ryan Flores – 3rd Place

215 – Robbie Smith (San Ramon Valley, NC) National Champion

2003

135 – Joe Soto – 5th Place

140 – Nick Leon – 4th Place

152 – Austin Cronan – 4th Place

215 – Erik Nye – 2nd Place*

215 – Robby Smith – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

275 – Aaron Shiosaki – 6th Place*

275 – Jason Quintero – 4th Place

Alex Herrera (Bakersfield, CS) National Champion

2002

84 – Randy Espinosa – 8th Place

98 – Paul Ruiz – 3rd Place

98 – Mick Ruiz – 5th Place

130 – Alex Herrera – NATIONAL CHAMPION

152 – Jake Varner – 4th Place

160 – Kyle Griffin – 7th Place

171 – Brandon Halsey – 5th Place

215 – Robby Smith – 7th Place

275 – Michael Demars – 3rd Place

275 – Aaron Shiusaki – 7th Place

2001

83.5 – Brett Land – 2nd Place*

88 – John Gurich – 4th Place

94.5 – Bryan Osuna – 3rd Place

94.5 – Steven Juarez – 4th Place*

121 – Alex Herrera – 4th Place

121 – Gabe Flores – 6th Place

154 – Joe Cortez – 6th Place

182.5 – Joe Williams – 3rd Place*

182.5 – Jerome Zachariah – 8th Place*

242 – Nikola Dragovic – 6th Place*

242 – Kyle Devan – 7th Place

2000

83.5 – Ian Tongal – 6th Place*

94.5 – Juan Ramirez – 7th Place

103.5 – Nathan Morgan – 5th Place

112 – Christian Bowerman – 8th Place*

121 – Tony Franco – 2nd Place

209 – Stephen Juarez – 8th Place

88 – Nathan Morgan (Bakersfield, CS) National Champion

1999

83.5 – Mario Estrada – NATIONAL CHAMPION

88 – Nathan Morgan – NATIONAL CHAMPION

88 – Derek Moore – 2nd Place*

121 – Tommy Vargas – 5th Place*

121 – David Roberts – 6th Place

132 – Juan Mora – 2nd Place

143 – Miguel Gutierrez – 8th Place

154 – Ryan Halsey – NATIONAL CHAMPION

154 – Allan Mazenkas – 8th Place

209 – Apollo Johnson – 8th Place*

103.5 – Jason Moreno (Firebaugh, CS) National Champion

1998

83.5 – James Holt – 7th Place*

88 – Jeremiah Guilford – 8th Place

94.5 – Joe Streu – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

103.5 – Jason Moreno – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

103.5 – Ricky Garcia – 4th Place

103.5 – William Reick – 7th Place

112 – Michael Simpson – 3rd Place*

121 – Frank Gill – 8th Place

132 – Robert Estrada – 2nd Place

132 – Miguel Gutierrez – 8th Place

132 – James Medeiros (American, NC)

1997

83.5 – Nick Leon – 6th Place

88 – Daniel Villa – 7th Place

94.5 – Ricky Garcia – 7th Place

121 – Max Odom – NATIONAL CHAMPION

121 – Ben Martinez – 4th Place*

132 – James Medeiros – 5th Place*

103.5 – Max Odom (Foothill, CS)

1996

83.5 – Jake Barwis – 2nd Place*

94.5 – Michael Betancourt – 5th Place

94.5 – Scott Beck – 7th Place*

103.5 – Max Odom – 5th Place

121 – Ricky Palomino – 3rd Place*

132 – Pat Cadwallader – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

209 – Billy Beltram – 4th Place*

242 – Tyler Padovan – 2nd Place*

1995

88 – Kurt Lorenz – 4th Place*

167 – Charley Sheen – 8th Place

182.5 – Chris Gonzales – 5th Place

112 – Stephen Abas (James Logan, NC) National Champion

1994

83.5 – Cleo Johnson – 8th Place

94.5 – Brian Guerrero – 6th Place

112 – Stephen Abas – NATIONAL CHAMPION

112 – Sergio Breceda – 8th Place

121 – Kevin Stanley – 4th Place

143 – Steve Strange – 4th Place

154 – Steve Schenk – 5th Place

167 – Dion Garza – 8th Place

182.5 – Dan Jackson – 6th Place

1993

83.5 – David Russell – 7th Place

88 – Richard Dixon – 8th Place

94.5 – Gabe Aravajo – 2nd Place

103.5 – Stephen Abas – 3rd Place

103.5 – Joe Calavitta – 4th Place

112 – Paul Gomez – 8th Place*

121 – Mike Diaz – 3rd Place*

121 – Adam Tirapelle – 6th Place*

242 – Jarded Smith – 2nd Place*

1992

88 – Ernest De Leon – 2nd Place

88 – Norman Abas – 3rd Place

94.5 – Ruben De Leon – 2nd Place

112 – Eric Guerrero – 2nd Place

154 – Moises Perez – 6th Place

167 – Larry Silva – 8th Place

182.5 – Roman Nevares – 8th Place

1991

83.5 – Javier Lopez – NATIONAL CHAMPION

83.5 – Stan Green – 2nd Place

88 – Matt McGill – 6th Place

132 – Todd Bell – 4th Place*

154 – Scott Chapman – 4th Place*

167 – Shane Cummings – 6th Place

182.5 – Brandon Burks – 5th Place

182.5 – Drake Smith – 7th Place*

242 – Corey Farkas (Poway, SD) National Champion

1990

94.5 – Gabriel Gutierrez – 8th Place

103.5 – Edgar Bautista – 6th Place

103.5 – Todd Oliver – 8th Place

132 – Dan Maes – 2nd Place

167 – Jose Hernandez – 8th Place

182.5 – Dan Corpstein – 3rd Place

209 – Tom North – 5th Place*

242 – Corey Farkas – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

242 – Darin Presendorf – 2nd Place

94.5 – Abram Ross (Oak Grove, CC) 4x National Champion

1989

88 – Ian Booker – 2nd Place*

94.5 – Abram Ross – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

94.5 – Andy Munoz – 3rd Place

103.5 – Nick Zinkin – 3rd Place

132 – Tony Okada – NATIONAL CHAMPION*

154 – Jason Hendricks – 3rd Place

182.5 – John Sanchez – 4th Place*

182.5 – Lalo Moz – 6th Place

167 – Bill Hunter (Westlake Village, S) National Champion

1988

94.5 – Jeff Hobert – 6th Place

132 – Angelo Gama – 5th Place

167 – Bill Hunter – NATIONAL CHAMPION

167 – John Sanchez – 4th Place

1987

121 – Jeff Maes – 6th Place

143 – Ramon Macias – 3rd Place

209 – Johnny Rodriguez – 2nd Place*

242 – Robert Avila – 3rd Place*

1986

99 – Joey Dansby – 3rd Place

1985

88 – John Morelli – 4th Place

92.5 – Howard Bair – 2nd Place*

99 – Charles Irick – 2nd Place*

105.5 – Greg Jackson – 2nd Place

160.5 – Scott Galloway – 3rd Place