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2004 Hall of Fame Inductees
Team placed 4th in CIF State Championships. 1982 C.C.S Champions, Director Monterey Clinic of Champions 23 years. Editor and Publisher of the “California Wrestler” 25 years. President CA. HS Wrestling Coaches Assn. – 7 years.
Father of wrestling in the San Joaquin Valley, started wrestling at Hughson High School, won 7 league and 7 straight San Joaquin Section titles, founder and past president of the Northern California Wrestling Coaches association, helped establish the first Northern California HS Championship and hosted them at Hughson and Turlock High School.
Dual Meet coaching record 281-3 -1. Held California State dual meet record of 15-0 consecutive dual meet wins for 17 years, 2x California State HS Champions, Masters Championships-17x. CIF Championships-29x, League Championships-27x at Poway HS.
1st, 2nd and 3rd in the Central Section Championships. 2x JC State Champion with a 55-3 record, Big Sky Conference Champion, MIWA Champion. Teams won 4 State Championships and 5 Runner-up honors, USA Wrestling National Freestyle coach, coach for the 1996 U.S. Olympic Team, head coach at the Naval Academy.
DOMINIC (Nick) CAROLLO
Placed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the Southern Section CIF. 1st and 3rd in the AAU State, 2x California State JC Champion, 2x NAIA National Champion, 1st and 2nd in the NCAA D I Championships, won the Pam American Games.
2x CIF Section Champion, Northern California HS Invitational runner-up. 2x State JC Champion, placing 3rd, and then winning D II National Championship, NCAA D I 4th place, he was the first NCAA placewinner for Cal Poly.
2nd in the Northern California HS Championships, 2x Pac-10 Championships placewinner, 3rd in the Open Championships, had 2 High School League Championship Teams. Jim coached 9 State JC Champions and 28 Northern California JC Champions, 11x top ten finishes at the State JC Tournament at West Valley, co-founder of the California State High School Wrestling Championships.
2x Oregon Collegiate Champion, coached 7 State JC Championship teams, 14 Conference Championship Teams, 14 Regional Championships, and a dual meet record at San Bernardino was 96-0, one of the founding fathers of the California State JC Tournament, organized the first officials association in Southern California, initiated the California foreign exchange program with Japan.