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January 30, 1995 | ERIK HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a sport such as wrestling, it's easy to find the devout--those who are willing to give mind and body, heart and soul to the sport. Nothing is too much to ask of those willing to pay the price to be the best. Justin Meier is not one of those wrestlers, but he's still one of the best. Meier, a senior who wrestles for Irvine High, is ranked first in Orange County and sixth in the state at 130 pounds.
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January 30, 1995 | ERIK HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a sport such as wrestling, it's easy to find the devout--those who are willing to give mind and body, heart and soul to the sport. Nothing is too much to ask of those willing to pay the price to be the best. Justin Meier is not one of those wrestlers, but he's still one of the best. Meier, a senior who wrestles for Irvine High, is ranked first in Orange County and sixth in the state at 130 pounds.
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February 10, 1995
At the Golden West League finals: Santa Ana wins--Fernando Serratos (105 pounds), Ignacio Bahana (114), Sadie Morales (121), Jose Morales (127), Mike Bravo (132), Lazaro Lopez (137), Jose Segrero (147) and Alfonzo Perez won their weight classes for the Saints, who are ranked third. In the Pacific Coast League: Laguna Hills 220, Costa Mesa 101, Aliso Niguel 98, University 76, Estancia 52--Laguna Hills won its eighth consecutive league title with 11 of 13 champions in the meet.
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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 11, 1994 | ERIK HAMILTON
Irvine dominated the Sea View League finals, sending nine of its 13 wrestlers into the finals with five winning titles Thursday at University High. "This is really a relief from the pressure," Irvine Coach John Phillips said. "Our guys wanted to have a good showing at this meet, and they certainly did that." Irvine finished with 208.5 points.
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December 8, 1994
Coach: John Phillips (eighth year). 1993-94: 15-3-1, 6-0-1 in the Sea View League; although University was the league favorite in preseason polls, Irvine won its second consecutive title and was second to Calvary Chapel at Southern Section Division III championships. Key returners: Jeremy Brown, Sr., 125; Peter Hamilton, Jr., 112; Justin Meier, Sr., 135; Steve Ruiz, Sr., 189; Alan Rush, Jr., 140; Cris Testerman, Sr., 140. Key newcomers: Andrew Pena, So., 119; Zak Stevens, So.
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December 11, 1994 | ERIK HAMILTON
Throughout the day, Irvine Coach John Phillips' confidence seemed to grow with each individual victory at the Vaquero Wrestling Classic on Saturday at Irvine High. By the end of the event, Irvine, ranked fifth in the county, not only won the tournament with 162 1/2 points--more than 40 points ahead of second-place Camarillo--but had two most valuable wrestlers declared in the lower and upper weights. Irvine's Justin Meier, ranked No.
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February 26, 1994 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From league championships to Southern Section individual and team championships, to section dual team titles, to this. Most of the road leading to the State wrestling championships has been covered. But today's stop, the Masters meet, is the most critical part of the journey. Masters competition, where the top eight finishers from each weight class advance to next week's State finals in Stockton, begins at 9:30 a.m. today at Fountain Valley High.
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December 4, 1994 | ERIK HAMILTON
Santa Ana, ranked second in the county, defeated No. 5 Irvine to win the El Toro 10-way wrestling tournament Saturday at El Toro High School. The Saints defeated Irvine, 40-17, after both teams posted the best records (7-0) of the two-day, 10-school competition. Irvine kept the score in range until the 160-pound class, where the Vaqueros had to forfeit. Santa Ana senior Brian Schwalm then pinned Matt Johnson in the first period at 171 to begin to put the match out of reach.
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