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Vaca High’s Jake Levengood staying busy before move to Oregon  
“the Tradition Continues.....”
Vacaville Bulldogs Win/Loss Totals: since 2004
 
since 2004
121-41-1 45-25-1 59-8 17-8 61-18 49-21-1
Oak Ridge Liberty Granite Bay Pittsburg Burbank
Vacaville’s Non-League opponents and current section ranking
Final 2017 Season  Standings: Monticello Empire League
Vacaville Bulldogs Wood Wildcats Vintage Crushers Napa Indians Rodriguez Mustangs Armijo Indians
Overall 7-4 5-5 7-3 3-6 2-6 3-6
League 4-0 3-1 3-1 1-3 1-3 0-4
OVERALL RECORD NON-LEAGUE RECORD LEAGUE RECORD PLAYOFFS HOME AWAY
Opponents Win/Loss 78-46 52-50 44-57 43-51 46-35 31-52
Strength Rating 41.7 15 20.6 10.1 -7.3 -16.9
But while Levengood felt honored for the chance to compete on the special stage, he also enjoyed his time as a spectator and appreciated the opportunity to stay with a host family for the first time. “I’m very fortunate to be in this position,” said Levengood, who voiced his appreciation for the wrestling coaches at Vaca High. “It was awesome to be on that team and there was a lot of hard work that comes with it. It was special to be. It was cool to wrestle another D-I wrestler and get the win.” Although Levengood is focused on hitting the gridiron next fall, it’s hard to not think about what could be against other D-I wrestlers. “If I end up not wrestling at all in college, it was cool to be able to show everyone that I could beat a D-I wrestler,” he said. Just months away from his move up north, Levengood began fulfilling a role with the Vaca High baseball team. Levengood is currently enrolled in a kinesiology class at VHS and elected to gain some on-the-job experience for head coach Stu Clary. “I want to be able to something similar in college and maybe one day become an athletic trainer or physical therapist,” Levengood said. “It is a huge step for me ... It’s been really cool helping the players and learning how to handle certain things. Being really careful is probably the most important thing.” There may be a few weeks left in the baseball season but Levengood is already thinking about what his next move will be. Other than the pending move to Corvallis, Ore., the senior Bulldog has his sights set on a prospective internship for Mike Kassis at Solano Sports Physical Therapy. “I’ve enjoyed what I’ve been doing with the baseball team and have talked with my teacher about possibly interning at Solano Sports Physical Therapy,” Levengood said. “I haven’t set anything up just yet but that would be an option for me. It would be great to learn from him.
In a day and age when multi-sport athletes are more of a rarity, the top-ranked heavyweight wrestler and soon-to-be Division I offensive lineman represents a rare form of student-athlete. Although he’s months away from throwing on pads and a helmet for Oregon State head coach Jonathan Smith, the three-rime state qualifier showed thousands of people why he was the first wrestler to compete in the prestigious 2018 Dream Team Classic in Brownsburg, Indiana. This was also the first Dream Team Classic to ever feature a wrestler who hailed from Vaca High. In a matchup of state runner-ups, Vaca High’s No. 2 heavyweight in California took on Indiana’s second-best heavyweight in Merrillville High’s Brandon Streck this past weekend. Streck, who is signed to compete for the University of Indiana, was unable to register a lone point versus Levengood. The Vacaville senior defeated Streck 4-0 to help Team USA take down Team Indiana 31-16.
While the majority of upcoming graduates are in the midst of their graduation day countdown, there’s one senior at Vacaville High School hitting a new gear. But staying busy is something Vacaville High School senior and Oregon State commit Jake Levengood has done for much of his life.