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Cougar Becomes Hall of Famer
Photo Left: Bryant Bowen receives The Defensive Solomon Award from David Lozano
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Bryant Bowen, Senior, is the first student from Weston Ranch High School and Manteca Unified School District to get inducted into the Stockton Athletic Hall of Fame.
Bowen was inducted into the Stockton Athletic Hall of Fame on November 16th at the 52nd Annual Stockton Athletic Hall of Fame Awards Dinner.
He was awarded with the Defensive Solomon Award. The Solomon Award is given in honor of the late Fred “Solly” Solomon and it is given to the most outstanding offensive and defensive backfield football players from the Stockton Metropolitan Area.
Bowen led the team in defensive tackles with a total of 110 tackles on the season with an average of 12.2 tackles per game.
Bowen says “I feel very grateful” after receiving the award. He appreciates everything about the Weston Ranch Community.
The secret to his success is by having a very dedicated work ethic. He likes to focus more on the process then the product.
Seth Davis, Head Coach for Weston Ranch Football says, “BJ (Bryant) works tremendously on and off the football field.”
Francine Baird, WRHS Principal, believes that this award brings positive light to what is going on in the Weston Ranch Community. She states that, “It’s big for our community, for our school, and for our athletic program.”
Also during the award ceremony WRHS 2015-2016 Boys Basketball team was awarded with the Team of the Year Award for winning the Division 3 San-Joaquin Section Championship.
Photos Left to Right: Bryant Bowen with Francine Baird (WRHS Principal), Eric Duncan (Football Coach- MUSD Trustee Candidate), and Seth Davis (Head Football Coach)