103: Vincent Perez, Sr., Pitman
Perez went 37-7 and placed fifth in the state. He was the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters runner-up and the Division I South champion. Pitman's first state medalist -- he did it twice.
112: Fabian Garcia, Fr., Turlock
Garcia, known for his dyed-pink hair, went 42-11 and made the most of his trip to the state meet, where he placed seventh. Placed eighth in the section. He is Turlock's first freshman state medalist.
119: Brian Rutledge, Sr., Calaveras
Putting together one of the few 50-win seasons in school history, Rutledge went 53-7. Placed eighth at the CIF State Meet and was second in the section.
125: Maverick Ille, Jr., Central Catholic
Was one victory from placing at the state meet. Ille went 38-7 and was the runner-up in the section Masters meet, where he lost to eventual state champ Kody Klaus of Vacaville.
130: Jack Anderson, Sr., Golden Valley
Went 52-8 and won the first section Masters title in Golden Valley history. Lost in the first round at the state meet, then won four in a row to earn a medal with a seventh-place finish.
135: Curtis Duncan, Sr., Sonora
Went 52-7, including a Division IV section championship and fourth-place finish at section Masters meet. Went 2-2 at the state meet. Was also key to Sonora's section dual-meet title.
140: Trevor Machado-Ching, Sr., Oakdale
Four-time state meet qualifier went 37-3. Won a state title his freshman year. Went 2-2 at this year's state meet. Had win over eventual state champion Vlad Dombroski of Natomas.
145: Everett Rodgers, Sr., Oakdale
Transfer from Ohio placed fourth at the section Masters meet, advancing to his first state meet. Went 30-10 overall and 2-2 at the state meet. One of four Mustangs to make state.
152: T.J. Belton, Jr., Central Catholic
One of the area's biggest surprises when he advanced to the state semifinals, Belton ended up with a 40-6 record and fourth-place finish at state. Was a section Masters runner-up.
160: Steven Vasquez, Sr., Central Catholic
Went 56-2, including a victory at the prestigious Five Counties Invitational. Lost in state finals to national No. 1 Jason Welch of Las Lomas. Will wrestle for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
171: Marcus McIlwain, Sr., Waterford
Finished with a 38-6 record and just missed going to the CIF State Meet. Placed eighth at section Masters meet and was the section Division V individual champion.
285: Dominic Galas, Sr., Central Catholic
Joined Bland, Burtschi as Stanislaus District state finalists in three heaviest weight classes. Galas lost by one point in the final to finish 51-1. Won championships at every other tournament he entered. Will play football at Cal in the fall.
Coach of the Year: Steve Strange, Central Catholic
For the second time in three years, Strange wins the top coaching honor after the Raiders qualified seven to the CIF State Meet, where they finished third as a team. Strange also saw three wrestlers — Louis Bland, Steven Vasquez and Dominic Galas — advance to the state finals.