In the news: Brea Olinda High wrestler demonstrates kindness after controversial call Ian Hanigan January 3, 2017 Competitive wrestling and kindness don’t generally go hand in hand. So this Orange County Register story caught our attention. It’s about a Brea Olinda High sophomore who was the beneficiary of a referee’s generous call at a critical point during a match for first place. After winning in overtime, Sebastian Guevara reportedly asked his opponent if he truly committed the infraction — an illegal hold. When his opponent said no, Sebastian handed him his gold medal. There’s another twist, but we won’t spoil it. You can read the full story here, and don’t forget to log your acts of kindness at kindness1billion.org.