Wrestling claims two titles in invitational

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Two Cal State Fullerton wrestlers won championships at the Cal Baptist Open Oct. 25.

Defending Pac-10 champion, Titan senior Adin Duenas, took home the 149-pound title, beating competitors from Bakersfield College, Rio Hondo and Embry Riddle.

Opening with a pin, freshman Chaste Harrell of Lake Elsinore, also took home a first-place title for CSUF in the 184-pound bracket, going 4-0 in the open.

Among the rest of the team there were seven Titan wrestlers who took home titles. Charles Chavez at 149 pounds, Ryan Zumwalt at 157 pounds and Mark Savalle at 174 pounds took second-place in their brackets; Clayton Schuelke at 165 pounds and Kyle Bergstedt at 197 pounds took third and Gabe Brown at 133 pounds along with Henry Yorba at 141 pounds took fourth.

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