Valiant College Preparatory Warriors
Meet Our Coaches
Angel Cejudo is the Head Wrestling at Valiant College Preparatory. Angel grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and attended Maryvale High School where his passion for the sport allowed him to go undefeated all four years carrying a 152-0 record, bringing home four state championship titles, and making him one of the most decorated wrestlers from Arizona. After high school he continued his career in wrestling at the Olympic training center.
In 2005 he went on to the FILA Junior Freestyle World Team and in 2008 Angel represented the U.S. winning at the Dave Schultz Memorial International Freestyle Wrestling Tournament. Later that year he entered the U.S. Olympic trials where he trained with his brother Henry Cejudo, who himself went on to win the Olympic Gold Medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
In 2009 Angel joined the Army where he wrestled for the World Class Athlete Program (WCAP) and in 2010 he took bronze at the Military World Championship. Angel has had the opportunity to train with some of the best coaches in the world, such as Terry Brands, Kevin Jackson, and Sergei Beloglazov. Through the many trials and tribulations of Angel’s wrestling career has kept focus on his family and learned from his many tournaments, mentors, and experiences how to develop an outlook that allows him to contribute this knowledge towards VCP wrestling team!
Forrest Molinari Is the newest Member to the Valiant Wrestling Team. She grew up in California where she attended Benicia High School. Here she was a 3 time state qualifier and Two-time winner at CIF State.
She went on to attend King Univ. and Missouri Baptist for College. Here she placed Third in 2013 WCWA Nationals for Missouri Baptist, Fourth at 2015 WCWA Nationals, 2016 WCWA College national champion, and
Second at 2017 WCWA College Nationals for King University.
Her carrier did not stop there. Since then she has placed Second at 2018 U.S. Open and Fifth at 2018 and 2019 World Championships. She has been a 2 time Final X champion (2018/2019), U.S. Open champion (2019/2020), and World Team Trials Challenge Tournament champion (2018).