The Sierra Foothill League wrestling title will be on the line when Del Oro visits Oak Ridge on Wednesday night. The top two teams in the league will come together in a highly anticipated match that will likely determine the league championship. If Del Oro wins, the Golden Eagles will win the league. If Oak Ridge wins, then the Trojans would still have to get by Folsom to secure the title. “I don’t know if we’ve ever had a dual meet like this one,” Oak Ridge coach Casey Rhyan said.
Folsom had wrestlers finish in the first five places, while the Bulldogs placed fifth as a team at the Tim Brown Memorial Tournament held Friday and Saturday in Memorial Auditorium. Folsom took eight wrestlers to the tournament and all eight made it to the second day. Folsom had five earn medals and two others finish within one win of the medal round. Angelo Martinoni swept the competition to take the title at 132 pounds.
Justin Ramos of Vista del Lago placed second in the 285-pound weight class at the Tim Brown Memorial Wrestling Tournament held over the weekend. Ramos won four of his five matches, taking three of them by fall. After starting off with two pins, Ramos narrowly got by James Tuoros of Red Bluff, ranked 20th in the state, 3-1, before pinning top-seeded and eighth-ranked Ryan Higginbotham of Modesto Christian to reach the championship round.
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