The ladies of Corona High School were the overall team champions, winning the event for the fifth time in eight years. Valley News/Courtesy photo
As the start of the new year crept in on high school student athletes, approximately 420 wrestlers, from nearly 60 schools, zoned in on the city of Corona to compete in a two-day tournament held at the Rinks Inline Center. For about a decade now, the Queen of the Hill Tournament at Corona High School has been one of the top girls wrestling events that brings together many of the best grapplers from California. Because the coronavirus pandemic wiped out much of the girls wrestling season last year, including the Queen of the Hill Tournament, Corona coach Jim Bowers went to the edge of the world to ensure the safety of the event this year, so his creation would come back to life. “These girls missed out on so much last year,” Bowers told the media. “We owe these girls every oppor
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