Best of 2012: Individual Performance

By From page A9 | January 04, 2013

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SAGE HOFFEE won all 12 South I Division races as a junior and senior and the Giant Slalom at the CNISSF State Championships. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

Keaton Subjeck — The annual boys CIF State Wrestling Championships is without question the most difficult, grueling and challenging event a prep athlete faces. Simply gualifying is a big accomplishment but to come away with one of eight awarded medals is huge. The Oak Ridge 160-pound junior did just that last March at Fresno’s Rabobank Arena when he took fifth place, the second state medal he’s earned. The Stanford-bound senior went 5-2 at the state tournament

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