Youth wrestlers place in back-to-back meets

Ramona Wrestling Club —”The Pound” — took five new wrestlers and two four-year wrestlers to two recent tournaments and all seven placed in the competitions.

At the Dec. 1 Beginner and Open Tournament at Eastlake High School, the following wrestlers took home awards.

First-year wrestlers

•Diego Valdiviezo, 43.7 lbs. – 2nd Place

•Carlos Valdiviezo, 45.5 lbs. – 1st Place

•Cameron Dingman, 65.8  lbs. – 1st Place

•Brandon Dingman, 108.2 lbs. – 1st Place

•Cade Erautt, 86.7 lbs. – 3rd Place

Four-year wrestlers

Ryan Badgett, 60.7 lbs. – 1st Place

•Tyler Badgett, 89.6 lbs. – 1st Place

Ramona Wrestling Club members place in two meets. From left, back row: head coach Eddie Badgett, Cade Erautt, Brandon Dingman, Tyler Badgett, Cameron Dingman, and coach Brad Dingman; front row: Ryan Badgett, Carlos Valdiviezo, and Diego Valdiviezo. Not pictured is Coach Carlos Valdiviezo. Photo courtesy of Tammy Badgett

After a long week of conditioning, the Ramona club team attended the Poway Challenge Dec. 7 at Poway High School.

Diego Valdiviezo, Carlos Valdiviezo, Cameron Dingman and Brandon Dingman each took first place and Cade Erautt earned second place.

The four-year wrestlers, Ryan Badgett and Tyler Badgett, each achieved first place.

“I am very proud of each of my wrestlers. It shows on tournament day. And we know the hard work at practice has now paid off. Keep up the good work,” said head coach Eddie Badgett.

The Ramona Wrestling Club – “The Pound” is a youth wrestling program for students in grades kindergarten through eighth. The club is a member of SDIKWA (San Diego, Imperial Kids Wrestling Association).

For more information, email head coach Eddie Badgett at:

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