Wrestling Earns Top Honors in CCS Scholastic Team Awards

Posted: February 8, 2016

Varsity wrestling earned top honors in the Central Coast Section's (CCS) 2016 Winter Season Scholastic Championship Team Awards.

The award recognizes the top five varsity teams from each CCS sport with the highest collective grade point average of all teams competing in that sport during the winter season of competition. Wrestling ranked in 1st place with a collective GPA of 3.5670.

"This is very impressive given that our students no longer receive grades for athletics," said athletic director Joe Romano. "Our student-athletes have distinguished themselves in their commitment to both their classes and their sport."

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