Arizpe zipped through the 126-pound classification at the elite Pacific Coast Championships, pinning three of his five opponents. He came in seeded No. 2, then beat the No. 1 seed in the championship match, 10-8, to improve to 23-0 on the season. “He is a fiery competitor that works hard and has high aspirations for himself,” coach Mike Bressler said.
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Coach Michael Kelly was comfortable letting freshman Aaron Nettles take charge as the Panthers knocked off then-No. 3 O’Dea, 50-46. It was Nettles’ three-pointer with 28 seconds left that gave Prep its first lead of the game. It was his fourth three-pointer of the game as he finished with a game-high 16 points.