Three O.C. wrestlers win championships at Five Counties – Orange County Register

FOUNTAIN VALLEY – Four Orange County wrestlers reached the championship match at the prestigious Five Counties tournament Saturday at Fountain Valley High.

Three walked away with a coveted golden belt.

The county’s first-place finishers were Trent Munoz of Trabuco Hills at 152 pounds, Capistrano Valley’s Gerardo Hernandez (182) and Santa Ana’s Joey Daniel (220).

Wrestling powerhouse Selma finished first with 283 points and was by far the dominant team in the two-day, 68-team tournament, with seven of the team’s wrestlers finishing among the top eight.

Rancho Bernardo took second (184.5) and Northview of Covina finished third (160.5).
Servite finished in fourth place with 129.5 points, tops among county teams.

Servite’s Josh Medina finished second and was among four Friars who took home medals.

“We had a great day yesterday and brought back 11 (on Saturday),” Servite coach Alan Clinton said. “Fourth place at Five Counties is pretty darn good. We’re not going to be…

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