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Blue Devil Athlete of the Week: Adrienna Turner

欧洲杯竞猜For the past three years, the Davis High wrestling program has been on a meteoric rise thanks to a strong crop of young athletes who have come out of the city’s youth program.

欧洲杯竞猜The Blue Devils are coming off a season in which they finished with a winning record in the Delta League. It was the second straight year DHS turned that trick. And while folks usually perceive wrestling as a guys’ sport — at Davis High, perhaps the biggest successes have come on the girls’ side of the program.

Last weekend at the Delta League championships at Sheldon High, Adrienna Turner, alongside classmate Emma Bordios, captured their respective weight-division league titles.

For Turner, it was her third straight Delta League championship, and for that accomplishment the ultra-competitive junior has been named the Greiner Heating and Air/Davis Enterprise Athlete of the Week.

欧洲杯竞猜Last year was a banner year for Turner, who earned the highest-ever finish for a Davis High wrestler in postseason play, going 6-1 in the State Tournament to finish in third place.

On the coattails of such a successful run, Turner was invited to Nationals in North Dakota later that year.

“Women’s wrestling in California is growing, so it’s an amazing thing to say that Adrienna has won it three years in a row,” head coach Johnny Rosendale told The Enterprise following Turner’s victory. “I don’t think that I’m embellishing to say that Adrienna is the best wrestler in the history of Davis High.”

Looking for her third straight spot in the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Tournament, Turner and Company head to Regionals this weekend at Natomas High.

For the record, other Blue Devils wrestlers advancing this week are: Zach Brooks, Juana Peralta, Kelsey Bordios, Astraea Blue Coat, Josh Prudhomme, Tristen Wollrich, Aaron Turner. James Davis, Ethan Rosendale, Kosta Christopulos, Ethan Horowitz, Noor Mashiana and Vance Tangren.

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Evan Ream graduated with a B.A. in journalism from Southern Oregon in Ashland, Ore. He loves soccer more than any person rationally should. "Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure them it is much more serious than that." - Bill Shankly

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