Success is not counted by how high you have climbed but by how many people you brought with you – Dr Wil Rose The 2016-2017 campaign saw our program accomplish many amazing things. Possibly the most emblematic of our program's mission was featured on KTVU and it's coverage of our boys travel trip where we joined forces with the Napa SAL to represent California at the Middle School National Duals.
Not to be outdone our Lady Wildcats left their paw prints along the Southwest as they traveled to New Mexico for Wrestle4Hope V prior to our co-ed teams sweeping the National Championship Banners from the USGWA/USBWA National Championships and bringing home their 18th consecutive Vallejo City Championship.
2016-2017 Team Tournament Championships USGWA National Champions USBWA National Champions North Bay Invitational Champions Winter League Champions Solano County Girls Champions Vallejo City Champions
Individual Season Highlights
Neylan Green was the Lady Wildcat Strong Woman in 2017. She placed 1st at Wrestle4Hope in New Mexico and scored a 6th place medal at the California State Championships while tying for the team lead with 21 wins.
Jeremy Richardson burst onto the scene after taking Coach Guiducci's p.e. wrestling unit. He placed 6th at T.O.C. and pulled out a 6-5 win over Nebraska Blue in Illinois. He scored 21 wins on the year to lead the Wildcat boys.
Valeria Flores also displayed some muscle in 2017 scoring 21 wins to tie for the Lady Wildcats team lead.
Four Wildcats became the the 1st 3-time recipients of the "Loyalty Award."
Thank you Isabella Mendoza, Gabby Lozano, Jahon Williams and Scarlett Sarantes for your dedication.
Jacob Meneses knocked down an oppoent in :08 seconds to lead the team with 2017's fastest pin.
The sons of our dedicated coaches and Honorary Wildcats Nick Trave and Jacob Guiducci finished their Middle School Careers for the Napa SAL in outstanding fashion.
Wildcat Nation Travel Trips
Our Wildcat boys joined forces with the Napa SAL to compete at the USAW Middle School National Duals in Illinois.
17 Springstowne Lady Wildcats traveled to the Southwest for the Wrestle4Hope All-American Girls Classic in New Mexico.