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CIF State Wrestling History


The California State Tournament began in 1973. Before this CCS was the qualifier for the Nor Cal tournament.


2nd Frank Tamura (191 lbs)


6th Steve Zanich (191 lbs)


2nd Bobby Soto (112 lbs)


5th Marcial Cruz (140 lbs)


6th Warren Newsome (152 lbs)

7th Oliver Salud (135 lbs)


2nd Joel Valencia (140 lbs)


7th Matt Sabraw (140 lbs)


5th Anthony Baza (145 lbs)


4th Daniel Atondo (160 lbs)


Fremont finished 23rd in the State

4th Filip Novachkov (103 lbs)


Fremont finished 13th in the State

2nd Filip Novachkov (112 lbs)

5th Greg Crane (152 lbs)


Fremont finishes 3rd in the State, Fremont’s highest state finish in history. Fremont also has its first three individual State Champions in history. Prior to 2006 Fremont had 4 state finalists and no state champions.

1st Boris Novachkov (103 lbs)

1st Filip Novachkov (119 lbs)

1st Greg Crane (160 lbs)


Fremont finishes tied for 31st. Fremont has its first ever two time state champion.

1st Boris Novachkov (125 lbs)


Fremont has its first ever girls state placer.

5th Evonne Evien (189 lbs.)


Fremont got back on the podium at state after a 7 year drought.

7th Gary Miltenberger (285 lbs)

Fremont has its first ever two time girls state placer.

3rd Evonne Evien (189 lbs.)


Wrestling Stats and History

CCS Stats:


Three Time Champs:

Brendt Noon (1967, 1968, 1969)*

Filip Novachkov (2004, 2005, 2006)

Greg Crane (2004, 2005, 2006)

Three Time Finalists:

Anthony Baza (1999, 2000, 2001)

Boris Novachkov (2005, 2006, 2007)

Two Time Champs:

Oliver Salud (1991, 1992)

Anthony Baza (2000, 2001)

Boris Novachkov (2006, 2007)

Two Time Finalists:

Daniel Atondo (2002, 2003)

Gary Miltenberger (2013, 2014)


State Stats:


Three time placers:

Filip Novachkov (4th, 2nd, 1st)

Two Time Placers:

Boris Novachkov (1st, 1st)

Greg Crane (5th, 1st)


Frank Tamura (1974)

Bobby Soto (1990)

Joel Valencia (1995)

Filip Novachkov (2005)

Boris Novachkov (2006)

Filip Novachkov (2006)

Greg Crane (2006)

Boris Novachkov (2007)


NHSCA Senior Nations Place Winners:


3rd Filip Novachkov (2006)

2nd Boris Novachkov (2007)

8th Gary Miltenberger (2014)


*Also won the Nor Cal Invitational all three years

Northern California Invitational History

Before the creation of the state tournament was created in 1973 there was a Northern and a Southern championship tournament. This is the history of Fremont's wrestlers at that tournament. All information was gathered from 
Listed below is the year, weight class, place, and last name of each Fremont wrestler who placed and the team finish (if Fremont finished in the top 10).

127 lbs. 1st Frank 
Team Results: 5th

138 lbs. 1st Bermundes 
145 lbs. 1st Venagas 
Team Results: 3rd

103 lbs. 4th Tsuchimoto 
138 lbs. 1st Bermudez

103 lbs. 3rd Tsuchimoto 
112 lbs. 2nd Echavaria 
133 lbs. 2nd Nelson 
138 lbs. 1st Stewart *Outstanding Wrestler 
145 lbs. 1st Ilse 
Hwt. 2nd Holbrook 
Team Results: 2nd 

Hwt. 3rd Delgado

120 lbs. 1st Echavarria 
Team Results: 9th

154 lbs. 1st Regalda

Hwt. 2nd Wilhelm

Hwt. 1st Wilhelm 
Team Results: 10th

120lbs. 2nd Fogelman 
145lbs. 2nd Dunn 
Team Results: 4th

145 lbs. 1st Dunn 
154 lbs. 1st Noon 
175 lbs. 3rd McCoid 
Hwt. 1st Wilhelm 
Team Results: 1st

103 lbs. 4th Garcia 
112 lbs. 3rd Morrison 
133 lbs. 3rd Nakabayashi 
165 lbs. 1st Noon 
Team Results: 2nd

175 lbs. 1st Noon 
Team Results: 7th

133 lbs. 4th Zucker 
175 lbs. 4th Ekern 
Team Results: 9th

112 lbs. 1st Lawson 
191 lbs. 2nd Ekhern 
Team Results: 4th

CCS Wrestling History

(From 1966 to 1998 we only have access to the individual champion wrestlers and the top two teams)

Wrestling becomes the first CCS competition after the split from NCS in 1966


FHS wins the first ever CCS Wrestling Team Title.


FHS repeats as team champions and has five individual champions

145 lbs. Allen Dunn

154 lbs. Brendt Noon (OW)

165 lbs. Larry Noon

178 lbs. Larry McCord

Hwt. Steve Wilhelm

Tom Morrison (4th place)

Gene Delaney (4th place)


FHS wins their third straight CCS team title and Brendt Noon becomes the first Indian to win back to back individual titles.

115 lbs. Tom Morrison

136 lbs. Walt Nakabayashi

168 lbs. Brendt Noon


Fremont takes second in the team standings to Los Gatos, Brendt Noon wins his third individual title.

178 lbs. Brendt Noon


194 lbs. Eric Ekern


178 lbs. Bert Ekern


Fremont takes second in the team standings with two individual titles.

178 lbs. Scott Mariani

194 lbs. Steve Zankich


After a decade without a CCS champion Fremont returns with an individual title at 112 lbs.

112 lbs. Bobby Soto


130 lbs. Oliver Salud


Oliver Salud becomes the second Fremont wrestler in history to win back to back CCS titles.

135 lbs. Oliver Salud


Fremont took 28th in the team standings.

3rd Matt Sabraw (140 lbs.)

6th Jamie Kashitani (135 lbs.)


Fremont finished 11th in the standings.

2nd Anthony Baza (130 lbs.)

3rd Jamie Kashitani (140 lbs.)

5th Arturo Galano (103 lbs.)


Fremont finished 6th in the standings.

1st Anthony Baza (135 lbs.)

4th Chris Osian (103 lbs.)

4th Chris Healy (145 lbs.)


Fremont finishes 7th in the team standings, Anthony Baza becomes the third Fremont wrestler to repeat as champion.

1st Anthony Baza (145 lbs.)

2nd Chris Osian (112 lbs.)

4th Kia Garcia (125 lbs.)

5th Bayardo Sanchez (135 lbs.)


Fremont finishes 12th.

1st Daniel Atondo (160 lbs.)

2nd Alvin Cacdac (130 lbs.)

3rd Chris Osian (119 lbs.)


Fremont finishes 5th as a team.

2nd Daniel Atondo (160 lbs.)

4th Josh Desherlia (145 lbs.)

5th Joseph Seo (125 lbs.)

5th Bayardo Sanchez (152 lbs.)

6th Ernesto Ancona (215 lbs.)


Fremont takes 2nd in the team standings behind Gilroy.

1st Filip Novachkov (103 lbs.)

1st Greg Crane (140 lbs.)

3rd Joseph Seo (130 lbs.)

3rd Ernesto Ancona (215 lbs.)

4th Kurtis Ogasawara (135 lbs.)


Fremont finishes 3rd in the team standings behind Gilroy and Los Gatos. Filip Novachkov and Greg Crane become the 4th and 5th Fremont wrestlers to win back to back CCS titles.

1st Filip Novachkov (112 lbs.)

1st Greg Crane (152 lbs.)

2nd Boris Novachkov (103 lbs.)

2nd Tommy Staats (189 lbs.)

3rd Kurtis Ogasawara (140 lbs.)


Fremont finishes 2nd in the team standing to Gilroy who sets a team points record. Filip Novachkov and Greg Crane become the 2nd and 3rd Fremont wrestlers to win 3 CCS titles.

1st Boris Novachkov (103 lbs.)

1st Filip Novachkov (119 lbs.)

1st Greg Crane (160 lbs.)

3rd Kurtis Ogasawara (140 lbs.)

3rd Tommy Staats (189 lbs.)


Fremont finishes 11th in the team standings. Boris Novachkov becomes the 6th wrestler to win back to back CCS titles.

1st Boris Novachkov (125 lbs.)

4th La Qunitin Cathey (130 lbs.)

5th Mark Scandalis (135 lbs.)


Fremont finished 12th in the team standings.

3rd LaQuintin Cathey (130 lbs.)

6th Daunte Mills (160 lbs.)

6th Donnie Mena (215 lbs.)


Fremont finishes 16th in the team standings.

5th Casey Johnson (140 lbs.) 


Fremont finishes 8th in the team standings.

1st Joe Johnson (140 lbs.)

5th Casey Johnson (145 lbs.)

5th Hector Cristobal (215 lbs.)

6th Felix Lugo (189 lbs.)


Fremont has its first girls CCS finalist in the second year of the tournaments history.

2nd Athena Herrera (165 lbs.)


Fremont finishes 19th in the team standings.

6th Edward Garcia (132 lbs.)

6th Samer El Nounou (145 lbs.)


Fremont finishes 16th in the team standings.

2nd Gary Miltenberger (287 lbs.)

5th Joey Caires (115 lbs.)

Fremont has its second girls CCS finalist.

2nd Evonne Evien (189 lbs.)


Fremont finishes 2nd in the team standings.

1st Gary Miltenberger (285 lbs.)

3rd Ezra Clark (132 lbs.)

6th Modan Goldman (145 lbs.)

6th Dominick Huerta (160 lbs.)

Girls CCS

3rd Evonne Evien (189 lbs.)