Poway High School wrestlers had dreams of a championship, but came up just short for the fifth time in school history, according to a U-T San Diego report.
“Clovis was ranked second in the nation. We’d be hard-pressed to really beat them,” Poway coach Wayne Branstetter said. “To beat the rest (of the schools), the cup’s half full.”
For more, see the U-T article.
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