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Cabrillo High wrestlers Ryley Daltorio, left, Kameron Wallace and Patrick Durham all pose in front of Selland Arena in Fresno following their performances in the Folkstyle Tournament organized through USA Wrestling. All three earned top 10 marks in their classes. 

The wrestling season hasn’t stopped yet for three Lompoc Valley athletes.

And all three hailing from Cabrillo High School came out of Fresno with top 10 marks at the USA Folkstyle Tournament held at Selland Arena this past weekend.

Freshman Kameron Wallace grappled in two different classes during the event: The junior boys 100-pound weight class and the cadet boys 100.

In the junior event, Wallace rose all the way to second place overall at Downtown Fresno. He fell to Tyler Riley of Vacaville during the first place match.

Wallace continued in the stacked cadet division where he settled for seventh place – by defeating Dylan Mizuhara of the Tri Valley Elite Wrestling club by pin fall during the seventh place contest.

Ryley Daltorio grappled in the junior boys 120-pound class. He took eight overall in a group that featured wrestlers from Santa Ynez, Lemoore, Granite Bay and Firebaugh. 

Daltorio was defeated by Brandon Reynolds of the New Creation Wrestling Club in Benecia by pinfall during the seventh place match.

Richie Sandoval of Santa Ynez, fresh off of his CIF State appearance in the 120-pound class, went on to win the first place contest by edging out Jesse Gayton of Lemoore by a score of 5-3.

Lastly, Patrick Durham of CHS – who advanced on to the CIF Southern Section Masters Meet to help close out his winter sports season – settled for sixth place in the 182-pound class. Durham fell to Sam Wade of the Guardian Knights Wrestling Club of Pleasanton by pin in the fifth place contest.

CHS head coach of wrestling Mike Wallace says that the event is organized through USA wrestling and features traditional high school wrestling rules. He adds that freestyle state wrestling events will take place in April.

Noah Scott Tournament coming 

The third annual Noah Scott Memorial Golf Tournament has been announced for March 24 at the Mission Club in Vandenberg Village. 

The golf outing will be in a shotgun format and registration begins at 11:30 a.m. Tournament play begins at 12:30 p.m. 

There will also be a live and silent auction taking place from 4 to 7 p.m. Live auction will start at 6:30 p.m. 

For more information, including interested golfers who want to sign up and play, contact Andrew Jones at (805) 588-3075 or email For information on the auction, call Tonya Baird at (805) 588-6644 or email

Smiley Wilkins Golf Tournament

The Santa Maria-Lompoc chapter of the NAACP is hosting its 25th annual Smiley Wilkins Scholarship Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 27 at the Mission Club in Vandenberg Village.

The entry fee is $140 per person.

The cost is $450 for all foursomes who pre-pay by March 30.

The registration deadline without the discount is April 20.

The entry fee includes one round of golf, cart, tee prizes and an awards dinner.

Non-golfers are invited to attend the dinner. Dinner-only tickets are $20.

First, second and third place teams will be presented with awards along with prizes going for the closest to the pin on all par 3’s and men’s and women’s long drive winners.

There will also be an auction, 50/50 drawing and door prizes. Door prize packets include two mulligans and 40 door prize tickets and can be pre-purchased for $40.

The scramble format tournament tees off with a shotgun start at 12 p.m. with tournament registration time set for 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.

For more information, call Marcus Wilkins (805-717-7541), Ben Dunson (805-680-0487) or Howard “Happy” Harrison (805-878-1225).

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