He is one of the most talked about wrestlers on Brawley Union High School's team, and the team's success is mirrored by his individual accolades.
When it comes to the Brawley Wildcats' wrestling program, Jose Reyes could be the poster boy for the program's success.
Reyes added another accomplishment to his already impressive wrestling résumé by going undefeated and winning the 121-pound division at the San Diego Section Masters meet in Carlsbad on Saturday.
Reyes' 6-2 win over Poway's Pat Payne earned him the Masters title and a trip to the state finals in Stockton on Saturday.
"I was pretty sick all last week but I felt pretty good going into Masters," said the 18-year-old senior. "I really didn't feel any pressure on me at all. I went in seeded No. 1 and I knew I would be able to take some of the guys seeded below me."