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March 24, 1995 | ERIK HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some things are certain in life. In high school wrestling, anyone at 152 pounds was certain to lose to Calvary Chapel. Calvary Chapel's Josh Holiday, The Times Orange County wrestler of the year, has lost only one match of the 104 he has had in the last two years. As a senior, he was undefeated and defended his State title with a 20-11 decision over Watsonville's Mario Castillo. At the conclusion of the 1994-95 season, Holiday, 17, was ranked No. 1 in the state and the nation.
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March 24, 1995 | ERIK HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some things are certain in life. In high school wrestling, anyone at 152 pounds was certain to lose to Calvary Chapel. Calvary Chapel's Josh Holiday, The Times Orange County wrestler of the year, has lost only one match of the 104 he has had in the last two years. As a senior, he was undefeated and defended his State title with a 20-11 decision over Watsonville's Mario Castillo. At the conclusion of the 1994-95 season, Holiday, 17, was ranked No. 1 in the state and the nation.
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April 3, 1995
Ed Mosley of Calvary Chapel High finished third in the 152-pound division at the national high school wrestling championships Sunday at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. Josh Holiday, also from Calvary Chapel, finished seventh at 145 pounds. Ohio (202.5 points) won the tournament, which featured 514 seniors from 46 states. California (166) finished in second place. Jason Webster of Corona Centennial High won a national title at 152 pounds.
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December 8, 1994
Coach: John Azevedo (sixth year). 1993-94: 17-0, 3-0 in the Olympic League; won its second consecutive State championship and in the process set a record for team points. Qualified eight wrestlers to the state tournament, where Shane Valdez (112), Ed Mosley (152) and Josh Holiday (145) won titles. Key returners: Mike Aquirre, Sr., 171; Joe Calavitta, So., 125; Josh Holiday, Sr., 152; Ed Mosley, Sr., 160. Key newcomers: Danny Robinson, Sr., 145; Matt Van Hook, Sr., 189.
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March 3, 1995 | ERIK HAMILTON
Ending the grueling elimination process in high school wrestling, the 1994-95 season ends with the State championships today and Saturday in Stockton. Of the thousands of Southern Section wrestlers who started the season in November, only 104 will compete at the University of Pacific's Spanos Center. Defending champion Santa Ana Calvary Chapel, after qualifying seven wrestlers in last week's Southern Section Masters' Meet, is the favorite to win its third consecutive title.
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February 25, 1995 | ERIK HAMILTON
Calvary Chapel, the defending State champion, leads the county in the Southern Section Masters wrestling meet, which begins at 9:30 a.m. today at Fountain Valley High. The Eagles' eight entrants will join 200 other wrestlers from the section trying to qualify for the State tournament in Stockton next Friday and Saturday. Calvary Chapel is led by Tito Archuleta, Joe Calavitta, Josh Holiday, Ed Mosley, Mike Aguirre and Matt Van Hook.
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February 26, 1995 | ERIK HAMILTON
Defending state champion Santa Ana Calvary Chapel qualified seven of its wrestlers for the state finals to lead the other 108 high schools that participated in the Southern Section Masters' wrestling tournament Saturday at Fountain Valley High. The top eight finishers earned spots at the state championships, beginning Friday at Stockton. Calvary Chapel will be seeking its third consecutive state championship.
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December 10, 1993
Coach: John Azevedo (fourth year). 1992-93: 17-1, 2-0 in the Olympic League; won its first State title--the first by a Southern Section school in six years and only the fourth from the section in State meet history, dating back to 1973; against Irvine, won its third Southern Section Division III championship. Key returners: Josh Holiday, Jr., 145; Ed Mosley, Jr., 152; Mauricio Mora, Sr., 135; Dane Valdez, Sr., 125, State champion; Shane Valdez, Sr., 119, two-time State runner-up.
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