Prep wrestling: Clovis High named among best in U.S. over past four years

The Fresno BeeJune 4, 2014 

Clovis High's Isaiah Hokit, center, and Clovis West's Bobby Miguel wrestle in a 132-pound matchup in a Tri-River Athletic Conference duel at Clovis High on Feb. 12, 2014.

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InterMat has named Clovis High the No. 3 high school wrestling program in the nation over the past four seasons.

Blair Academy, N.J., and Apple Valley, Minn., lead the Top 10 as posted at InterMatwrestle.com, one of the nation's top websites for coverage of amateur wrestling in the United States.

The Cougars won their fourth straight CIF State Championship in March and have enjoyed success annually against national level competition, most notably a third-place finish at The Clash in Rochester, Minn., in 2011 when they beat No. 4-ranked St. Paris Graham, Ohio, in a dual meet.

Clovis has ended the past four seasons ranked third, eighth, fifth and seventh in InterMat’s annual Fab 50.

The four-year top 10:

1. Blair Academy, N.J.

2. Apple Valley, Minn.

3. Clovis

4. St. Paris Graham, Ohio

5. Wyoming Seminary, Pa.

6. St. Edward, Ohio

7. Brandon, Fla.

8. St. Johns, Mich.

9. Massillon Perry, Ohio

10. Bethlehem Catholic, Pa.

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