Clovis High rode six pins to a 43-25 victory over Vacaville in a showdown of two of the state's elite wrestling programs Saturday in Concord.
The two-time defending state champion and top-ranked Cougars parlayed six points each from Tristan Gilliland (106) Jonas Gaytan (126), Jason Ladd (145), Dominic Kincaid (152), Tyrone Grantham (170), and Hexton Coronado (220) to a commanding win over the No. 3 Bulldogs.
Xesus Velarde (132), Adrian Salas (182) and Nick Nevills (285) also won decisions for Clovis.
The Cougars followed that by defeating host De La Salle 60-6 behind pins from Gilliland, Khristian Olivas (120), Ladd, Matt Weiss (195) and Coronado.
In other wrestling highlights:
-- Despite giving state No. 1 160-pounder Isaiah Martinez the weekend off, Lemoore outscored Clovis' B team 189-163.5 behind titles from David Campbell (113), Angel Robles (170) and Brett Lowe (195) to capture the Redwood Invitational in Visalia.
Redwood's Joey Cisneros (106) and Dinuba's Michael Wright (160) were named outstanding lower and upper weight wrestlers, respectively. Cisneros, sixth in the state, and Wright, ranked 13th, each pinned their opponents in 1:32 during the finals.
-- State No. 2 Matt Gamble of Monache was the outstanding lower weight of the Kern County Invitational after an 18-3 technical fall over Bakersfield's Carlos Herrera in the 106-pound final.
Gamble was one of four area wrestlers with titles. The others were Madera South's Jesse Reyes (113) and Selma's Ruben Garcia (126) and Bryce Nutt (152).
-- Armond Molina (126), Aaron Mora (132), Trini Serna (138), Ivan Govea (152) and Isaac Rangel (170) all won individual titles to help Firebaugh capture the Westside Invitational.
The Eagles received second-place finishes from Marcelino Madriz (106) and Aaron Caballero (195) to top Central 187-125.
Washington wins in hoops
Shakor Major's 22 points and 11 rebounds powered The Bee's Central Section Division IV No. 1-ranked Washington over D-III No. 3 Dinuba 62-51 at Sierra Pacific "I Have a Dream" Classic.
Issac Sears had 13 points for the Panthers, who started to pull away in a 20-point third quarter.