Michael Knoblauch paced nine individual medalists Saturday as Clovis West High captured the title of the Tim Brown Memorial, a 96-school wrestling tournament in Sacramento.
Knoblauch was named the outstanding lower weight after winning the 126-pound division. Ranked as high as 16th nationally by Intermat and No. 3 in the state by the California Wrestler, he capped a 5-0 run with a 4-3 victory over Modesto's state fifth-ranked Angel Velasquez.
The Golden Eagles also had runner-up finishes from Chris Marin (106), Chris Garcia (145) and Tyler Zimmer (152) en route to scoring 247 team points, 39.5 more than second-place Folsom.
Also medaling for Clovis West were Bryce Morita (5th at 113), Isaac Espana (5th at 120), Chris Lane (4th at 138), Alex Ku (fifth at 195) and Cortes Morales (3rd at 220).
Washington's Gabriel Gonzalez, ranked No. 1 in the state at 195, was the only other champion from the Central Section, pinning Orland's Victor Raygozo in the 220-pound final.
Clovis, which didn't take many of its primary wrestler, and Madera tied for 10th with 111 points.
The Cougars had medalists in Hexton Coronado (second at 285), Brandon Martino (third at 120), Tanner Rice (seventh at 182) and Tyler Collier (seventh at 220), while Alex Gamboa (second at 182) and Daniel Ruiz (third at 126) medaled for the Coyotes.