Our program's mission transcend the sport. It is not just about wrestling and what occurs on the mat. Through wrestling we attempt to teach the core values of JSHS such as faith in the presence of God, concern for the poor and social justice, quality education, respect for all persons, and inclusive community.
Season officially begins October 30, 2023
VVAL Novice Tournament- TBD
VVAL Championship Tournament- TBD
NCS Championships- TBD
CIF State Championships- TBD
Meet the Coach
Justin-Siena High School is excited to announce the hiring of Rob Cohee as Wrestling Coach for the 2023-2024 season. Coach Cohee has been coaching wrestling for 12 seasons, the last 6 as an assistant coach with the Braves. During those seasons the Braves finished 3rd at NCS duals twice, had 7 VVAL conference champions, an NCS Individual Champion and multiple NCS placers from both boys and girls tournaments. Cohee takes over from previous coach Jason Guiducci, who guided the program from near extinction to a strong and successful program over the past 9 seasons, after guiding the Braves previously for 2 years in the 90’s.
Cohee had this to say about taking over the program, “I'm excited to take over the program, we have tremendous momentum off of last year's 3rd place finish at NCS duals and we keep getting more athletes who want to compete. Our returning NCS qualifiers have a good shot at making the state tournament this year, and we had a number of wrestlers attend camps this summer. I'm looking forward to seeing who steps up from a leadership standpoint. We have some big shoes to fill after graduating so many four-year lettermen from last year's class. I'm very thankful that last year's assistant coaching staff is sticking around to maintain the culture we've been developing over the past several seasons.”
George Nessman, Justin-Siena’s Athletic Director, spoke about the hiring of Cohee, “Rob has done excellent work as an assistant in the program. He is respected by the students and other coaches. We are quite confident in his ability to lead the program to continued success.”