Dos Pueblos wrestlers Sean Yamasaki, Conner Lee and Brennan Akley competed on the second day of the CIF-SS Inland Division Championships. Yamasaki took third at 132 pounds, Lee was runner-up at 152 and Akley was seventh at 126. (Courtesy photo)

Santa Barbara High made wrestling program history by qualifying three wrestlers to the CIF-SS Masters Meet on Saturday at the Southern Section’s Inland Division Individual Championships at Etiwanda High.

Dos Pueblos will be sending two wrestlers to the state qualifying tournament next Friday and Saturday at Cerritos Colleget: 152-pound division runner-up Conner Lee and Sean Yamasaki, the third-place finisher at 132 pounds.

Richard Castro-Sandoval of Santa Ynez won the Inland Division championship at 120 pounds, pinning Adrian Lemon of team champion Northview in the second round.

Also qualifying for the Masters Meet was Lompoc’s Gracen Hayes, the sixth-place finisher at 145 pounds.

Brandon Lazcano (106), Oscar Muñoz (138) and Jorge Contreras (220) finished in the top six in their weight classes to book spots in the Masters Meet next weekend.

“Very proud of these grapplers laying the foundation for their program,” said coach Adrian Macias.

Lazcano took fifth at 106 pounds. He lost to Elijah Flores of Rowland in the third-place semifinals and bounced back to edge Michael Ancheta of Montebello, 8-7, for fifth place.

Muñoz also took fifth at 138 pounds, beating Nathan Thomas of Upland. He lost an 8-6 decision in the third-place semifinal against Nick Blandino of Etiwanda.

Contreras finished sixth at 220 pounds.

Yamasaki lost a one-point decision (3-2) against MJ Gaitan of Temecula Valley in the semifinals at 132 pounds. He came back to beat Kainala Texeira of Great Oak by a major decision, 16-0, and defeated Daniel Carrillo of Hacienda Heights Wilson, 2-0, for third place.

Lee outlasted Jonathan Moreno, 14-11, in their semifinal match at 152 pounds and lost in the final against top-seeded Wyatt Lewis of Northview, 7-0.

Brennan Akley of Dos Pueblos finished seventh at 126 pounds and did not advance to the Masters Meet.

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