Media Coverage

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Athlete of the Week: Caitlyn Lamouree (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Watching television turns out to be the best thing Caitlyn Lamouree did as a youngster. It’s the direct reason why she is the athlete she’s become at Poway High. read more ...
California All-State Teams 1973 - 2015 (The California Wrestler)

This is a great article by Al Fontes highlighting some of the best California high school wrestlers since the CIF State Tournament began in 1973. 

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No. 16 Poway uses strength in numbers to win Mid-Cals title (International Wrestling)
In a big field event with two other nationally ranked teams, No. 16 Poway (Calif.) used its superior depth and an excellent overall performance to win the Mid-Cals title on Saturday afternoon. The Titans placed wrestlers in twelve weight classes, including eight inside the top three. read more ...
Meet Nathan Tausch (The California Wrestler)
Junior Nathan Tausch is off to a good start to his season. Read his interview with Pablo Di Maria. read more ...
Rancho Bernardo and Poway to Clash (Press Release)

3rd ranked Poway takes on 8th Rancho Bernardo in a dual meet on Wednesday, January 4th to determine the "top team" in San Diego.

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2016 John Bright Tournament Preview (The Open Mat)

Preview of the inaugural John Bright Memorial Teams Duals on Friday, December 2nd and Individual Tournament on Saturday, December 3rd. 

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Helix wrestler wins state championship (Union-Tribune)
Poway finishes third in team standings, the 26th time the Titans have been in the top five. Full review of the San Diego section results. read more ...
Titans’ Kiyono eyeing top finish at Masters Meet (Pomerado News)
The Poway junior is hopeful this year is far different than the first two, which ended up with him placing second in his weight class before heading off to wrestle in the State Championship in Bakersfield. read more ...
Title represents milestone for Poway (Union-Tribune)
Titans win 30th San Diego Section wrestling championship in a row with nine champions, four seconds, and a third. read more ...
Poway wins CIF Division II Dual Championship (KUSI)
KUSI video covering the San Diego Section CIF Division II Dual Championships. See Nic Klekas' interview mid-way through the video. read more ...
Poway wins with shuffled lineup (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Titans defeat Rancho Bernardo for San Diego Section Division II dual meet championship. read more ...
Poway wins Raul Huerta Tournament (Associated Wrestling Press)
The Raul Huerta Memorial is a tournament that gives programs and individuals in Southern California an opportunity to heighten up their technique prior to the post season. Team champions for a fifth straight year was the Mean Green Machine of Poway High. read more ...
Poway High wins Reno TOC for the third straight year (Associated Wrestling Press)
For the fourth time in the last five years, the “Mean Green Machine” of Poway High, managed to win the Reno Tournament of Champions over a tough wrestling field. Summarizes the Reno TOC results. read more ...
Seeking quiet time off the mat (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Poway wrestler loves the combat, but he goes for solitude of ocean fishing during down days read more ...
Dual-meet, masters changes top storylines (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Overview of changes to San Diego CIF Section wrestling for the 2015-16 season. read more ...
PHS tops in section again (Pomerado News)
Overviews Poway and other local wrestling teams as the 2015-16 season begins. read more ...
Three Poway High coaches closing in on milestones (Pomerado News)
Coach Branstetter closing in on his 450th dual meet win. read more ...
Much bigger picture than winning (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Alma mater Chico State to honor Poway coach for success on and off mat. Summarizes Coach Branstetter's career and his approach to coaching. read more ...
Oregon powerhouse plucks ex-Titans Doyle, Tausch (Pomerado News)
Poway alumni Colt Doyle and Andrew Tausch receive scholarships to Clackamas Community College. Clackamas finished second in nation last year. read more ...