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Anthony Robles to lead Mesa Wrestling

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Anthony Robles, former ASU wrestler, is interviewed on the red carpet before induction ceremonies for the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort November 1, 2017.

2021-2022 Jackrabbit Wrestling Schedule


Kevin McCabe 98.7 Arizona Sports Radio Show with Mesa High Coach David DiDomenico


Mesa Tribune: Mesa Wrestling Coach Embraces Farewell Tour


USA Today State Courage Awards: Laura Smith Winner! 

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Courage Award

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Mesa Girls Wrestler Laura Smith

Under the Big Spotlight

Mesa Wrestling Champion Anthony Robles breaks another Guinness Record

Ex-ASU wrestling national champion Anthony Robles sets pull-up world record at his alma mater Mesa High


AZ Central article 

Mesa boys wrestling head coach David DiDomenico (middle, seated) gives instructions to his team member during a match.

EV Tribune article

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family mentality

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Train like Rocky!  What is your DREAM??

Stallone talking about the Movie

Rocky Themes

Dwayne the Rock Johnson Talks!   Remember the Hard Times--  Overcome!

Current 2021 newspaper articles:

East Valley Tribune  Jan 6, 2021

2020-2021 Season Preview: AZ Central

Wresting Season during the Pandemic



Building a Culture of Success: Today's feature is on Mesa High Wrestling   Strength of America Podcast, Episode 59  Part 1

Anthony Robles UNSTOPPABLE podcasts



Articles on our Wrestling Team!  Click on Pictures for hyperlink.

Mesa High Girls Wrestling Articles

Arizona high school girls wrestling finds home at Anthony Robles Eastside Wrestling Invitational

Jan. 25, 2020; Former ASU wrestler Anthony Robles (far right) stands next to the podium after handing out the medals to the fourth through first place girls in the 120-pound competition (left to right) Aaliyah Brown of Mesa, Grace Hendrickson of Basha, Neve Barragan of Mesa and champion Isabelle Munoz of Casteel

All of the girls wrestlers stand together at the end of the Tolleson All-Girls Classic wrestling tournament at Tolleson High School

All of the girls wrestlers stand together at the end of the Tolleson All-Girls Classic wrestling tournament at Tolleson High School (Photo: Dana Scott/The Republic)



Mesa High Boys Wrestling Articles

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Mesa setting foundation; character

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Mesa Cemetery Cleanup Video: Tradition!!

Cemetary Cleanup

History Section

State Champions

1977, 2006, 2007, 2008

State Runner up
1983, 1988, 1991, 2009, 2010

Regional Champions:
1975, 1977, 1978, 1983, 1985, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2000,
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

MesaWest Freestyle Club 3X State Freestyle Champions


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Mesa Wrestling Culture

(Principles of Show up, Work Hard, Be Coachable)

Mesa Wrestlers are expected to honor the storied tradition of the program by acting in the following ways

Attend all practices

Win a match when trailing in the 3rd Period

Pass all classes

Edge of mat not giving up a TD

Participate in Academic Intervention Program

Cut-> Win next TD before period ends

Wear Mesa Gear to all Team Events

Short time-> Ride out; Escape

Participate in all team events, fundraisers and philanthropies

Do NOT get pinned

Compete demonstrating toughness and pride

Win a match when trailing in the 3rd Period

POWER of FRIENDSHIP  by former Mesa High Wrestler and All-Pro NFL Receiver Vai Sikahema


Team holding 2006 State Champion Trophy


Hands on state champ trophy 2006

"I don't believe in self-esteem.  I believe in self-respect!  And only as much of it as you EARN!"  -Jane Haddad

Joe Loera grinding Mt View opponent into mat at state title dual.  Loera eventually pinned his opponent.  Mesa won the dual and the championship, 38-23.

Joe Loera grinding Mt View opponent

Mesa Wrestler Anthony Robles (President's left) with President Obama

Anthony Robles with President Obama