Top Five Performances from USAW Greco-Roman State

Tyler Jorgensen (Temecula Valley High School WC)

 

Patrick Ramirez (CYC), a UWW Cadet All-American, was too much for the competition he faced last week. Competing in the 132-weight class, Ramirez tech fall all three opponents and racked up 37 points. Ramirez was one of three members of the CYC team that claim and individual championship.

Marco Ramirezlazos (No Mercy Wrestling) won his second Junior Greco-Roman state championship by pinning CYC team member Dwayne Guerrero in 4:16 at 138-pounds. Ramirezlazos went 4-0 on the day, and either pin or tech fall all foes he faced.

Peyton Omania (CYC) who was a 2016 Cadet world team member, won his third Greco-Roman state championship by defeating Moses Contreras (Madera WC) 11-0. Omania is considered one of the top Greco-Roman wrestlers in the country.

Noah Blake (USA Gold) was triumphant in winning his first Greco-Roman state championship by earning the fall in the finals over Muhammed Lateef (Edison High School) 11-0. Last month, he acquired the Freestyle state championship by defeating three wrestlers via a tech fall, and two via pin in the 160-weight class.

Tyler Jorgensen (Temecula Valley High School WC) had a productive weekend that saw him win a Greco-Roman championship by getting the tech fall in the finals over Purdue recruit Elijah Davis (Vista WC) 11-0. Jorgensen failed to place last year in the tournament.