Wrestling: Washington wins unprecedented fifth-straight AAA title, Riordan ninth in CCS

It was a big weekend for wrestling, in which Washington High School became the first school in Academic Athletic Association history to win five-consecutive championships as a team.

Riordan also competed and took ninth place in the Central Coast Section championships, with Zac Contreras winning a section title at 138 pounds and Julian Morrisette taking second at 170. Sacred Heart Cathedral placed 35th in the CCS tournament, while Stuart Hall and Lick-Wilmerding finished in the back of the pack in the North Coast Section tournament.

Here are the City champions that were crowned on Saturday:

106 – Ulfido Juarez, senior, Mission
113 – Eric Royfman, sophomore, Washington
120 – Chiluugin Tumurchudur, junior, Mission
126 – Stephan Zink, senior, Washington
132 – Gabriel Lops, senior, Galileo
138 – Alec Pecson, senior, Washington
145 – Taylor Takao, senior, Lowell
152 – John Ong, junior, Balboa
160 – Jordi Molina, sophomore, Washington
170 – Matthew Dabit, senior, Balboa
182 – Kent Lau, senior, Washington
195 – Jason Chen, senior, Washington
220 – Rostyslav Tolochko, sophomore, Lowell
285 – Michal Brzozek, senior, Galileo

138 – Zac Contreras, junior, Riordan

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5 Comments on "Wrestling: Washington wins unprecedented fifth-straight AAA title, Riordan ninth in CCS"

  1. Congrats on Five in Row To Wash

  2. I saw the Wash team this year and they have some skills. The other AAA teams in the city looked really down. Riordan has the best studs tho. I hope the City kids all do something at State. What league are the new teams in? I can’t picture Lick and Stuart hall with wrestling teams. SF needs more wrestling and less basketball.

  3. Zac is a beast been doin this since his freshmen year

  4. Congrats to Wash.

  5. riordan got the straight studs

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