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Mountain House High seniors Michelle Poland (left) and Ramona Jimenez were the champions in their brackets at the Gregori JAG Invitational at Gregori High in Modesto on Saturday.

Gregori JAG Memorial

Two Mountain House girls won gold medals at the Gregori JAG Memorial Tournament on Saturday at Gregori High in Modesto.

Senior Michelle Poland won all her matches by pin in the 118-pound class, and senior Ramona Jimenez (162) also won all her matches by pin.

Sophomore Abby Arunkumar (128) placed third in her bracket, and senior Jessi Emerson (191) placed fifth.

The Mountain House girls are also 6-1 in Western Athletic Conference dual matches, including a 30-24 win over Lathrop on Monday and a 39-36 win over Ceres on Jan. 22.

In the junior varsity competition at Saturday’s tournament, sophomores Ekrasmiey Chan and Silverio Jimenez placed second in their respective brackets, and sophomore Timothy Huynh placed third.

San Ramon Valley Invitational

The Mountain House boys claimed four medals at the San Ramon Valley Invitational wrestling tournament Saturday at San Ramon High School.

Senior Jaden Leus, wrestling in the 174-pound bracket, went 4-1 for the day to take fifth place. Seventh-place medals went to junior Kaleo Aquino (140) and senior Isaac Magpoc (154), who both went 4-1, and junior Dominic Childress (287), who went 3-1 for the day.

West High also had two wrestlers claim seventh-place medals at the meet: freshman Robert Lopez (115) and junior Forest Brandon (128).

Contact Sports Editor Bob Brownne at brownne@tracypress.com, or call 209-830-4227.

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