all, Girls Varsity Wrestling · Jessica Corredor continues to bring in the accolades, 2x STATE CHAMPION earns the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Award. The complete package and mentor for all student-athletes


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 Jessica Corredor of Orlando, Florida, was a two-time state champion and a four-time state finalist for Dr. Phillips High School. Ranked seventh at 100 pounds in the National Girls High School Rankings, she has signed a letter of intent to wrestle at Missouri Baptist University. The daughter of Carlos and Dianna Robles, Corredor finished seventh at the 2017 UWW Cadet Nationals and sixth at the 2018 UWW Cadet Nationals while finishing second at the 2019 Wyoming Seminary International. She won the 2018 Gotham Open and finished fourth in 2019 while finishing second at the Super 32 in 2019 after a sixth-place finish in 2017. Corredor was team captain for two years and received the Dr. Phillips High School Female Sportsmanship award. She also lettered four years in weightlifting, setting the school bench press record for 101-pound and 110-pound weight classes while capturing district and regional titles and qualifying for state twice. Corredor assisted and tutored special needs students while also working on school sock and school supply drives.