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January 3, 2013

To the Victor go the spoils

Triton's 120-pound senior records 100th victory

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Ramirez plans to continue wrestling after high school; his first choice for college is Bridgewater State. He recognizes that if he does wrestle at the next level, his commitment to the sport is just beginning.

“These things really motivate me — the 100th win, the CAL titles, all of that,” Ramirez said. “The thing I keep asking myself is, ‘What wouldn’t I give up to achieve greatness and leave a legacy behind?’ It’s not that I’m sacrificing socially, it’s that I’m committing myself to excellence on the mat.”

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