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The Season 2015-16: Matanzas

Matanzas

You can see everything I have on the Pirates in 2015-16 here –> MATANZAS

2015-16 record: 26-9 in dual meets. I didn’t post their performance at Winter Springs’ duals event on January 23 in the “Week 8 Duals” tab, but I may fix that before all final steps are taken on the site to move the 2015-16 season to the “History” tab. Please review the attachment for a review of the Pirates’ performance in IBT events.

Season in a nutshell: If there was a “Big Three” in the Northeast area of wrestling (and there was), the Pirates were clearly the consistent #4 team all season long, with dual-tournament titles in their own one-day event to start the season and also at Creekside Duals. The Rotary IBT grind of late January/early February can chew up some teams and the Pirates took some hits at both of those also, but otherwise had a stellar IBT season, taking fourth at Capital City and finishing just a few bonus points out of a Region 1 title in 2A. And, for the most part, the Pirates did this without having a 170 all season long and having a 220 only in limited appearances. A very strong senior class drove this team in 2015-16, and it will be sorely missed, as the Pirates have heavy graduation losses to overcome. All told, 274 match wins from six different 2016 seniors have left the program, with five of those kids qualifying for states, and (at least) four of them going on to military service in the Marine Corps. I will miss watching them.

2015-16 MVP: I could have gone (see above) in a couple of different directions on this one, but Maverick Dennis was — with very rare exceptions — a source of locked-down big points for the Pirates all season at 182, where he was one of the region’s most highly-ranked competitors. Dennis won his first 10 matches, with a loss to one of central Florida’s top 3A 182s snapping that streak, and then won 18 more in a row before the St Johns River Conference duals event. All of Dennis’ losses in his final season came against eventual state qualifiers, with all but two of them to placers like himself. Dennis won district and region titles for the Pirates — was Matanzas’ only region champ, and overcame a one-point state quarterfinal loss with two wins in the consis to earn his state medal, knocking off the #2-ranked wrestler in the “blood round” to take his podium spot.

2016-17 captain: I would imagine a lot of this is due to football — I seem to remember him making a late appearance in 2014-15 as well — but Christopher Mixan‘s joining of the lineup helped shore up one missing weight class midway through the year. If Mixan can be in the lineup all season, so much the better for the Pirates, who will need his leadership and track record of success, as he is the only returning district champ for Matanzas in 2016-17. Mixan also got to Saturday at regions, with only a pair of one-point losses knocking him out of the tournament, and he should be a states candidate next year. That candidacy would only be bolstered by a full season’s worth of matches.

Heaton’s Hero: I only have results for MaKayla Wilder in one tournament this year. It’s tough to have to wait until nearly the end of the season to prove yourself, but the Pirate freshman had to do just that, making her one varsity appearance (again, that I have) at the girls’ state tournament. Wilder put on an impressive performance nonetheless in Osceola, reaching the 108-pound final where she lost by fall to one of Florida’s most-accomplished female wrestlers in any weight class. Wilder has three more tries to win that state title, and I have no doubt it will happen. For the patience she had to show, MaKayla Wilder is the Heaton’s Hero representative for Matanzas.

Projected returning starters for 2016-17 (with year in school as they’ll be next season): Josh Bower (sophomore, wrestled 106 this past year, District 4 4th place); Stone White (junior, wrestled 120 this past year, District 4 3rd place); Lawrence Russo (sophomore, wrestled 126/132 this past year, District 4 runnerup); Ian Eckert (sophomore, wrestled 132/145 this past year, 1 match from regions); Mixan (senior, wrestled 160 this past year, District 4 champ); Paul Berent (sophomore, wrestled 182/220 this past year, District 4 3rd place); Daniel Leonard (junior, wrestled 285 this past year, District 4 3rd place). Also: Demetrus Miller (sophomore, wrestled 145 this past year, did not compete in post-season).

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The Season 2015-16: Bolles

Bolles

You can see everything I have on the Bulldogs in 2015-16 here –> BOLLES

2015-16 record: 7-11 in dual meets. Based on records reported to FHSAA, I have significant discrepancies, as the attached document will show. Please review the attachment for a review of the Bulldogs’ performance in IBT events.

Season in a nutshell: It’s Bolles, so the formula of slow start, fast finish was well in place for the Bulldogs. I actually thought they got off to a quicker start than in past years, but hit something of a lull in late January. Injuries and absences had more than a little bit to do with that, but the Bulldogs had — as they always seems to have — all cylinders firing by district. This year — after lopsided dual losses to their crosstown District 4 rival — the Bulldogs were just 5.5 points out of a district title, behind a couple of surprise individual runs. Something about the post-season gets Bolles moving, and the Bulldogs mostly continued that movement, taking seventh at Region 1. There are significant graduation losses — particularly in the middles — to overcome for 2016-17, but multiple three-year starters return.

2015-16 MVP: The last hurrah in a Bulldog singlet for Conner Cronk was, for a while, an interesting ride in terms of where he’d be in the lineup. Between North Florida Duals and the Bulldogs’ dual with Bishop Kenny — the space of a month almost to the number — Cronk made appearances at four different weights (138/145/152/160), finally settling in at 145 after fellow 2016 graduate Gray Creed made his drops. Cronk won 11 matches in a row at one point, and three of his seven losses this season came against a region rival, with three victories over fellow state qualifiers. Cronk had two convincing victories to sweep to a district title and rallied from a semifinal loss at regions to wind up third, qualifying out for states for the second time. There, Cronk had two wins, making it to Saturday and finishing one match short of the podium in what was a solid career.

2016-17 captain: The name Calhoun has come to signify wrestling royalty within the city of Jacksonville, and the last Calhoun of this generation, Caleb Calhoun, had to carry that tradition alone this season. Early on, when not injured, he did quite well with it, getting out to an 8-2 start, even making a drop down to a weight that I myself haven’t seen him at since I started covering the sport locally, going from his traditional spot at 195 down to 182. There were a couple of early fits and starts with that, but he was more than ready to take home a district title when the time came, and, as well, advanced with two falls to the Region 1 semis, getting within one match of states. This year, as the one upperweight wrestler not otherwise attached to Bolles football, Calhoun will need to be a leader. He’s had a lot of role models, right inside his own home, to guide him for that.

Heaton’s Hero: Heavyweight has often been a highlight weight in Bolles wrestling tradition; certainly this has been augmented by the massive Bulldog football tradition. This year, Mason Yost had a lot of struggles, wrestling mainly at 285 after beginning the year at 220. Yost didn’t even get his hand raised until the Bartram Trail duals in later January, and entered districts without a contested win. However, with continuing his season on the line and needing fall points for his team, Yost picked up a fall in the district’s version of the “blood round,” the consi semis. It was his first contested win and it meant his season would continue another week. In finding what he needed, Mason Yost is saluted as the Heaton’s Hero representative for Bolles.

Projected returning starters for 2016-17 (with year in school as they’ll be next season): Josh Bono (freshman, wrestled 106 this past year, 1 match from regions); Dalton Posick (freshman, wrestled 113 this past year, District 4 4th place); Julian Morris (freshman, wrestled 120 this past year, District 4 3rd place); Bennett Zimmerman (junior, wrestled 126 this past year, District 4 3rd place); KJ Fagan (sophomore, wrestled 132 this past year, District 4 champ, 1 match from 1A states); CJ Grimes (sophomore, wrestled 152/160 this past year, District 4 3rd place); Forrest Andrews (senior, wrestled 170 this past year, District 4 runnerup); Calhoun (senior, wrestled 182 this past year, District 4 champ, 1 match from 1A states); Rushton Roberts (junior, wrestled 195 this past year, District 4 champ); Justin Mitchell (senior, wrestled 220 this past year, District 4 runnerup); Yost (junior, wrestled 285 this past year, District 4 4th place).

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The Season 2015-16: Creekside

Creekside

You can see everything I have on the Knights in 2015-16 here –> CREEKSIDE

2015-16 record: 15-9 in dual meets. Please review the attached document for a review of the Knights’ performance in IBT events.

Season in a nutshell: The Knights were solidly competitive all season long, whether in dual or IBT formats, staying in or near the Northeast area’s top 10 teams. Creekside had to rebuild its lower weights, to a certain degree, in 2015-16, finding a few solid freshmen or first-year starters to fill the spots, but shone most brightly from 145 on up, where there were some tough outs at several different weights. Creekside had a top-six finish at Osceola, and although the Knights didn’t finish as high as they would have wanted at either Flagler or Clay, they were just 10 points out of a Region 1 title. Graduation losses in those upper weights could be somewhat difficult to overcome, but there are five returning region qualifiers — two of those district champs — that should be anchors in 2016-17.

2015-16 MVP: Gus Fischer showed how hard work in the previous two seasons led to success, particularly this year with a fifth-place medal at 2A states in March. After losing by just a point early in the season to a returning 1A state medalist, Fischer ripped off 22 straight wins, taking a title at Chiles and winding up third at Osceola. Fischer added a runnerup effort at Flagler and third at Clay, and was one of the Northeast’s highest-ranking kids, whether at 220 or (eventually) 195. Fischer dominated regions after a narrow district-final victory, without even having to go past the second period. At states, Fischer took four victories, with both of his losses coming by decision, to close out a 49-win season.

2016-17 captain: Like Fischer, rising 11th-grader Brandon Dickman put together a huge win streak to open 2015-16, staying undefeated (26-0, with 17 pins) until the semifinals of the Kowboy Invitational at Osceola. Dickman also placed at Flagler (6th) and Clay (third, along the way avenging a loss taken at Flagler) and finishing as the consensus #2 wrestler in the Northeast area at 152. Dickman dominated District 4 and lost only at regions to a fellow eventual state placer. At states, Dickman dropped his opening-round match, but battled back behind three victories to secure a place on the state podium, eventually — like Fischer — finishing fifth. Much of the on-the-mat leadership requirements will be placed upon him next season.

Heaton’s Hero: Colin Brown was one of the Knights’ new wave of 2015-16 freshmen that worked to shore up Creekside’s lower weights. As is sometimes the case, it took a few weeks for Brown to find sustained success, as he didn’t pick up multiple contested wins until the Knights’ duals event in early January, but the wins did start to come for Brown in that month, and by Flagler he had dropped (competitively) to 106, where he would stay for the rest of the season. As he got closer to season’s end, the wins got harder to find, as he went 2-2 at Flagler, 0-2 at Clay and again at districts, but Brown was in the lineup from start to finish. In so doing, Colin Brown earned the nod as Creekside’s representative for the Heaton’s Hero nomination.

Projected returning starters for 2016-17 (with year in school as they’ll be next year): Brown (sophomore, wrestled 106 this past year, 1 match from regions); Jake Summers (sophomore, wrestled 113 this past year, District 4 runnerup); Michael Eckman (senior, wrestled 120 this past year, 1 match from regions); Thomas Taylor (sophomore, wrestled 126 this past year, 1 match from regions); Dickman (junior, wrestled 152 this past year, District 4 champ, Region 1 runnerup, 5th place at 2A states); Trey Chesser (sophomore, wrestled 160 this past year, District 4 4th place); Cory Grower (senior, wrestled 220 this past year, District 4 champ, 1 match from 2A states); Saul Storey (sophomore, wrestled 285 this past year, District 4 runnerup). Also: Max Patterson (junior, wrestled 126 this past year, did not compete in post-season); Jacob Cooney (junior, wrestled 132 this past year, did not compete in post-season); Brendan Jones (junior, wrestled 170 this past year, did not compete in post-season).

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Junior Duals — Freestyle

Bronze/Copper Pool

5th Place Match (13th overall)
Kansas Blue 40, Florida 26
(first match at 138)
100: Jacob Cochran (F) tf. Dalton Dawkins, 12-2. 106: Elijah Varona (F) d. Jace Koelzer, 11-10. 113: Malyke Hines (F) tf. Drake Taysom, 10-0. 120: Tanner Hitchcock (KB) tf. Marshall Craig, 10-0. 126: Jordan Marshall (F) d. Conner Ward, 9-5. 132: Corbin Nirschl (KB) tf. Marcus Abreu, 16-5. 138: Michael Prieto (KB) fft. 145: Anthony Artalona (F) d. Chris Deters, 5-0. 152: Sammy Cokeley (KB) p. Christian Febus, 1:01. 160: Max Wohlabaugh (F) fft. 170: Leo Tarantino (F) d. Daniel Butler, 5-0. 182: Dylan Servis (KB) fft. 195: Jacob Smith (KB) tf. Fidel Lara, 10-0. 220: Austin Hart (KB) p. Darius Hamilton, 1:11. 285: Kayne Hutchison (KB) p. Kyron Taylor, 1:29.

Iowa Blue 36, Florida 34
(first match at 120)
100: Cochran (F) fft. 106: Varona (F) tf. Carter Weeks, 10-0. 113: Drew Bennett (IB) tf. Hines, 19-8. 120: Duncan McCain (IB) d. Craig, 8-3. 126: Marshall (F) tf. McGuire Midkiff, 13-3. 132: Nathan Lendt (IB) tf. Abreu, 14-4. 138: Ryan Leisure (IB) fft. 145: Artalona (F) tf. Jackson Gallagher, 10-0. 152: Jacob Krakow (IB) tf. Febus, 12-2. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) p. Brock Jennings, 5:02. 170: Tarantino (F) tf. AJ Geers, 12-0. 182: Josiah Gittman (F) tf. Brandon Haas, 19-6. 195: Bailey Chyma (IB) tf. Nelson Hernandez, 10-0. 220: Caleb Ring (IB) fft. 285: Aaron Costello (IB) p. Taylor, 1:19.

Florida 41, North Dakota Blue 26
(first match at 126)
100: Cochran (F) p. Laken Boese, :42. 106: Varona (F) tf. Karsen Mosbrucker, 10-0. 113: Kyle Burwick (NDB) p. Hines, 1:07. 120: Ryan Ripplinger (NDB) tf. Craig, 14-3. 126: Marshall (F) tf. Brody Armstrong, 10-0. 132: Dawson Zerr (NDB) d. Abreu, 9-2. 138: Taylor Nein (NDB) tf. Demetrius Anderson, 10-0. 145: Artalona (F) tf. Jared Franek, 10-0. 152: Febus (F) tf. Luke Hastings, 14-4. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) tf. Paxton Mewes, 10-0. 170: Tarantino (F) tf. Dale Spilman, 10-0. 182: Jesse Shearer (NDB) p. Mikail Fundora, 1:09. 195: Riley Lura (NDB) tf. N. Hernandez, 12-0. 220: Hamilton (F) p. Jordan Will, 2:18. 285: Taylor (F) fft.

California 40, Florida 26
(first match at 132)
100: Cochran (F) tf. Moises Duran, 14-2. 106: Varona (F) tf. Eric Sanchez, 10-0. 113: Oscar Nellis (Cal) tf. Hines, 10-0. 120: Liam Cronin (Cal)( tf. L. Hernandez, 13-2. 126: Marshall (F) tf. Angelo Reyes, 10-0. 132: Abreu (F) d. David Campbell, 8-3. 138: Alex Felix (Cal) fft. 145: Artalona (F) tf. Jaden Enriquez, 10-0. 152: Zander Wick (Cal) tf. Febus, 11-1. 160: Evan Wick (Cal) tf. Wohlabaugh, 10-0. 170: Anthony Mantanona (Cal) d. Tarantino, 13-10. 182: Elijah Davis (Cal) fft. 195: Levi Ball-Bryant (Cal) tf. Lara, 12-0. 220: Hamilton (F) tf. Mark Chaid, 10-0. 285: Gavin Nye (Cal) p. Taylor, :19.

A Pool
Florida 43, Indiana Gold 26
(first match at 195)
100: Cochran (F) tf. Josh Smith-Goheen, 16-5. 106: Varona (F) tf. Jake Moran, 11-0. 113: Hines (F) tf. Nick Brady, 14-4. 120: Colin Poynter (IG) d. Craig, 10-8. 126: Brock Hudkins (IG) p. Marshall, 2:24. 132: Breyden Bailey (IG) tf. Abreu, 12-0. 138: Zach Melloh (IG) tf. Anderson, 12-0. 145: Artalona (F) tf. Zach Worden, 10-0. 152: Todd Perry (F) d. Jacob Clark, 13-4. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) tf. Gleason Mappes, 12-2. 170: Tarantino (F) tf. Christian Warren, 12-1. 182: Gittman (F) p. Noah Cressel, 2:49. 195: Andrew Davison (IG) p. N. Hernandez, 1:13. 220: Hamilton (F) fft. 285: Taylor (F) fft.

Illinois 46, Florida 20
(first match at 285)
100: Matthew Ramos (I) tf. Cochran, 10-0. 106: Varona (F) tf. Anthony King, 11-0. 113: Hines (F) d. Joey Melendez, 13-11. 120: Louie Hayes (I) tf. Craig, 10-0. 126: Anthony Madrigal (I) tf. Marshall, 10-0. 132: Travis Piotrowski (I) tf. Abreu, 10-0. 138: Jaime Hernandez (I) tf. Anderson, 10-0. 145: Shayne Oster (I) d. Artalona, 6-5. 152: Austin O’Connor (I) ID over Perry. 160: Emille Shannon (I) d. Wohlabaugh, 7-2. 170: Sage Heller (I) tf. Tarantino, 21-8. 182: Gittman (F) fft. 195: Christian Brunner (I) p. Lara, :32. 220: Hamilton (F) tf. Diata Drayton, 22-11. 285: Anthony Cassioppi (I) tf. Taylor, 12-1.

Florida 60, Texas Red 10
(first match at 100)
100: Cochran (F) tf. Diego Serra, 10-0. 106: Varona (F) fft. 113: Hines (F) fft. 120: L. Hernandez (F) fft. 126: Marshall (F) p. Parker Rivers, :26. 132: Abreu (F) tf. Brett Taylor, 16-5. 138: Jacob Hart (TR) fft. 145: Artalona (F) fft. 152: Febus (F) tf. Anthony Parra, 10-0. 160: Noah Vasquez (TR) tf. Charles Small, 10-0. 170: Tarantino (F) tf. Job Ayala, 10-0. 182: Gittman (F) p. Chandler Romello, 1:47. 195: N. Hernandez (F) fft. 220: Hamilton (F) fft. 285: Taylor (F) tf. Tyler Matthews, 10-0.

Florida 39, Missouri 30
(first match at 100)
100: Cochran (F) tf. Jake Minihan, 10-0. 106: Varona (F) p. Cevion Severado, 1:45. 113: Malik Johnson (M) tf. Hines, 17-6. 120: Connor Brown (M) tf. Craig, 14-4. 126: Marshall (F) tf. Cameron Valdiviez, 10-0. 132: Abreu (F) tf. David Berryman, 13-2. 138: Taylor Brown (M) fft. 145: Artalona (F) tf. Lawyer Morgan, 10-0. 152: Febus (F) d. Thomas Lisher, 2-1. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) d. Daniel Filipek, 6-4. 170: Tarantino (F) tf. Charley Genisio, 18-8. 182: Tyler Salemaea (M) tf. Gittman, 13-3. 195: Sage Smart (M) tf. N. Hernandez, 12-2. 220: Jacob Sobbing (M) tf. Hamilton, 16-6. 285: Taylor (F) d. Vincent Spalitto, 10-8.

Pennsylvania 49, Florida 17
(first match at 113)
100: Matt Rodriquez (P) tf. Cochran, 11-1. 106: Varona (F) d. Jaret Lane, 7-3. 113: Ryan Green (P) d. Hines, 19-19. 120: Mike Madara (P) tf. L. Hernandez, 10-0. 126: Marshall (F) p. Brandon Bach, 2:49. 132: Abreu (F) d. Cary Palmer, 11-7. 138: Wyatt Long (P) fft. 145: Sam Sasso (P) d. Artalona, 9-4. 152: Will Kaldes (P) tf. Febus, 11-0. 160: Trent Hidlay (P) d. Wohlabaugh, 9-5. 170: Eric Hong (P) d. Tarantino, 6-6. 182: Anthony Welch (P) tf. Gittman, 14-3. 195: Jake Woodley (P) tf. N. Hernandez, 10-0. 220: Zane Black (P) fft. 285: Brendan Furman (P) p. Taylor, 3:46.

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Now There’s Seven: #NextLevel

The Northeast FLA Matmen coverage area jumped up to seven #NextLevel wrestlers tonight with Marcus Zeighler’s signing with Bacone College.

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Marcus Zeighler (Columbia ’16), with his mother beside him and coaches (from left) Kevin Warner, Allen Worley and Peter Whittington behind him, signs his letter of intent to attend Bacone College in Muskogee, Okla., and wrestle for the Warriors in 2016-17 (Photo submitted by Kevin Warner).
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Junior Duals — Greco-Roman

We’ll update this with Gold/Silver Bracket results, in progress now.

USA Wrestling Junior Duals Greco-Roman

Gold/Silver Bracket
Minnesota Blue 47, Florida 22
(first match at 160)
100: Jacob Cochran (F) p. Matt Peterson, 3:40. 106: Elijah Varona (F) tf. Ashton Clark, 11-0. 113: Patrick McKee (MB) tf. Malyke Hines, 14-2. 120: Victor Gliva (MB) p. Marshall Craig, 1:35. 126: Peyton Robb (MB) p. Jordan Marshall, 1:17. 132: Brent Jones (MB) tf. Marcus Abreu, 16-5. 138: Calvin Germinaro (MB) p. Demetrius Anderson, 2:29. 145: Anthony Artalona (F) d. Alex Crowe, 6-1. 152: Ryan Epps (MB) tf. Todd Perry, 13-2. 160: Max Wohlabaugh (F) d. Jake Allar, 8-2. 170: Leo Tarantino (F) d. Jerod Novak, 2-2. 182: Owen Webster (MB) tf. Josiah Gittman, 15-5. 195: Jonah Lange (MB) tf. Nelson Hernandez, 10-0. 220: Keegan Moore (MB) tf. Darius Hamilton, 10-0. 285: Sam Erckenbrack (MB) p. Kyron Taylor, 5:47.

Oklahoma Red 36, Florida 30
(first match at 170)
100: Cochran (F) d. Alex Fields, 18-10. 106: Varona (F) tf. Wyatt Adams, 12-0. 113: Hines (F) tf. Alec McDoulett, 20-10. 120: Dalton Duffield (OR) p. Luis Hernandez, :42. 126: Marshall (F) tf. Jet Taylor, 11-0. 132: Jacob Butler (OR) d. Abreu, 7-1. 138: Jaxen Gilmore (OR) tf. Anderson, 11-0. 145: Artalona (F) d. Brik Filippo, 6-1. 152: Payton Scott (OR) p. Christian Febus, 3:39. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) tf. Ezequiel Rubio, 11-1. 170: Nick Mahan (OR) tf. Mikail Fundora, 19-9. 182: Dan Baker (OR) d. Gittman, 15-11. 195: Bear Hughes (OR) tf. Fidel Lara, 13-0. 220: Hamilton (F) tf. Tanner Hawkins, 13-2. 285: Trenton Lieurance (OR) d. Taylor, 4-2.

California 37, Florida 30
(first match at 182)
100: Cochran (F) tf. Giovanni Villegas, 13-2. 106: Varona (F) tf. Eric Sanchez, 14-4. 113: Hines (F) tf. Enrique Zavala, 15-2. 120: Mason Hartshorn (Cal) d. L. Hernandez, 8-7. 126: Marshall (F) d. David Campbell, 11-4. 132: Patrick Ramirez (Cal) d. Abreu, 1-1. 138: Jaden Enriquez (Cal) tf. Anderson, 10-0. 145: Peyton Omania (Cal) d. Artalona, 3-1. 152: Perry (F) d. Michael Zaragoza, 8-5. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) tf. Andrew Cervantez, 11-0. 170: Anthony Mantanona (Cal) p. Fundora, :53. 182: Gittman (F) tf. Juan Rosales, 11-0. 195: Bonifacio Escobar (Cal) p. N. Hernandez, 1:44. 220: Darryl Aiello (Cal) p. Hamilton, :19. 285: Gavin Nye (Cal) tf. Taylor, 12-1.

7th Place
Iowa 36, Florida 30
(first match at 195)
100: Cochran (F) tf. Cobe Siebrecht, 12-0. 106: Varona (F) tf. Carter Weeks, 10-0. 113: Drew Bennett (I) tf. Hines, 10-0. 120: Brenden Baker (I) p. Craig, :26. 126: Marshall (F) tf. Dante Tacchia, 10-0. 132: Nathan Lendt (I) d. Abreu, 9-2. 138: Ryan Leisure (I) tf. Anderson, 12-1. 145: Artalona (I) d. Nelson Brands, 9-1. 152: Matt Malcom (I) tf. Febus, 13-2. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) tf. AJ Geers, 14-4. 170: Carter Rohweder (I) p. Fundora, :46. 182: Bailey Chyma (I) tf. Gittman, 14-4. 195: Isaac Bartel (I) tf. N. Hernandez, 12-0. 220: Hamilton (F) p. Caleb Ring, 10-0. 285: Taylor (F) d. Aaron Costello, 2-1.

Pool B Duals
Florida 60, Louisiana 10
(first match at 126)
100: Cochran (F) fft. 106: Varona (F) fft. 113: Hines (F) fft. 120: Craig (F) tf. Cooper Simon, 15-4. 126: Marshall (F) tf. Gavin Christ, 12-0. 132: Abreu (F) p. Trent Mahoney, 1:15. 138: Anderson (F) fft. 145: Artalona (F) p. Jonothan Chappelle, :29. 152. Febus (F) tf. Kevin Smith, 10-0. 160: Charles Small (F) tf. Perry Hawshurst, 10-0. 170: Fundora (F) fft. 182: Gittman (F) p. Jakobe’ Durant, :24. 195: Sidney Mitchell (L) tf. Lara, 10-0. 220: Hamilton (F) tf. Devon Clark, 12-0. 285: Jordan Campbell (L) fft.

Illinois 42, Florida 25
(first match at 132)
100: Matt Ramos (I) tf. Cochran, 10-0. 106: Varona (F) tf. Anthony Molton, 12-2. 113: Joey Melendez (I) p. Hines, :27. 120: Austin Macias (I) d. L. Hernandez, 22-18. 126: Marshall (F) d. Anthony Madrigal, 8-4. 132: Gabe Townsell (I) tf. Abreu, 15-5. 138: Nolan Baker (I) p. Anderson, :47. 145: Artalona (F) d. Will Lewan, 8-1. 152: Austin O’Connor (I) tf. Perry, 16-4. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) d. Emille Shannon, 11-4. 170: Tarantino (F) d. Drew Matticks, 8-4. 182: Logan Gruszka (I) tf. Gittman, 10-0. 195: Zack Crosby (I) tf. Lara, 10-0. 220: Hamilton (F) p. Sergio Villalobos, 2:23. 285: Anthony Cassioppi (I) tf. Taylor, 17-5.

Florida 39, Georgia 25
(first match at 138)
100: Cochran (F) p. Ryan Craft, :28. 106: Varona (F) fft. 113: Hines (F) tf. Koby Milner, 33-22. 120: Hernandez (F) d. Hassan Krigger, 10-6. 126: Marshall (F) tf. Davion Fairley, 10-0. 132: Quen Campbell (G) tf. Abreu, 12-0. 138: Jordan Mitchell (G) tf. Anderson, 10-0. 145: Artalona (F) d. Justin Ruffin, 8-3. 152: Perry (F) tf. Reese Dalton, 10-0. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) tf. Ian Darling, 10-0. 170: Jack Marsh (G) p. Fundora, 1:33. 182: Carlin Powell (G) tf. Gittman, 12-0. 195: Gregory Patton (G) tf. Lara, 10-0. 220: Hamilton (F) tf. Ricardo Atkinson, 10-0. 285: Taylor (F) d. Kobe Hicks, 5-2.

Florida 34, Kansas Blue 32
(first match at 145)
100: Cochran (F) p. Dalton Dawkins, :14. 106: Varona (F) tf. Jace Koelzer, 10-0. 113: Hines (F) p. Drake Taysom, :22. 120: Hernandez (F) d. Tate Carney, 23-18. 126: Marshall (F) tf. Connor Ward, 13-0. 132: Corbin Nirschi (KB) fft. 138: Mason Wallace (KB) fft. 145: Artalona (F) tf. Chris Deters, 16-2. 152: Sammy Cokeley (KB) p. Febus, 4:37. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) d. Andrew Johnson, 3-0. 170: Clay Lautt (KB) tf. Tarantino, 11-0. 182: Dylan Servis (KB) tf. Gittman, 19-6. 195: Jacob Smith (KB) tf. Lara, 10-0. 220: Hamilton (F) p. Austin Hart, 1:19. 285: Kayne Hutchison (KB) d. Taylor, 12-5.

Florida 39, Utah Green 28
(first match at 152)
100: Cochran (F) p. Mitchel Slack, :58. 106: Varona (F) tf. Dalton Stutzman, 10-0. 113: Brandon Meikel (UG) tf. Hines, 12-2. 120: Hernandez (F) ID over Gentry Warner. 126: Marshall (F) tf. Tanner Benedict, 10-0. 132: Taylor LaMont (UG) tf. Abreu, 12-0. 138: Kyle Evans (UG) p. Anderson, 1:09. 145: Artalona (F) tf. Dylan Gregerson, 12-2. 152: Perry (F) tf. Ryan Winger, 10-0. 160: Wohlabaugh (F) tf. Curtis Smith, 14-1. 170: Owen Pentz (UG) tf. Tarantino, 10-0. 182: Gittman (F) p. Cory Rokovitz, 3:23. 195: Wyatt Koelling (UG) tf. Lara, 13-0. 220: Ashton Seely (UG) tf. Hamilton, 10-0. 285: Taylor (F) d. Wade French, 3-1.

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The Season 2015-16: Pedro Menendez

Pedro Menendez

You can see everything I have on the Falcons in 2015-16 here –> PEDRO MENENDEZ

2015-16 record: 22-28 in dual meets. Please review the attached document for a review of the Falcons’ performance in IBT events.

Season in a nutshell: If you held a dual tournament with more than six teams in it in 2015-16, it was likely that the Falcons were there battling away in it. All told, Pedro Menendez participated in seven duals invites, which made it possible for the Falcon regulars in the lineup to have piled up the matches (pro tip: if you have a mix of experience and inexperience, this is a good way to get everybody moving in the same direction. There were times when the Falcons succeeded (Parker Duals, 6-1 record) and other times where they struggled (winless at St Johns River and just two wins at Flagler, mainly due to being short-handed and also facing some powerhouses). There are several returners coming back in 2016-17. Hopefully, the next coach will continue to build the program up. It was clearly starting to pay dividends in year 2.

2015-16 MVP: Avery Samples did something that only a handful of wrestlers did in 2015-16, and that was rack up 50 wins during the course of the year. Samples won 30 consecutive matches (mostly at 152), starting at Flagler Duals and ending at Flagler Rotary, and during that stretch Samples racked up 19 pins, with all but two of the wins coming in bonus-point form. He was all-SJR Conference after going undefeated in that dual tournament, and advanced the farthest of any Falcon in the post-season series. Samples dominated at District 4 and was just a couple of scoring moves keeping him from Kissimmee. He proved himself to be an effective leader in 2015-16.

2016-17 captain: While four Falcons saw action in 50+ matches during the course of the year last season, one of their best — Max Worthington — had a more-usual 42, and that behind a deep run in the post-season. Worthington is the only returning District 4 champ coming back for 2016-17, and he, too, dominated at districts, but got a rough draw at regions when the best wrestler in District 2 at their shared weight class (160) took a couple of injury-defaults at districts to rest an injured shoulder. Worthington has a lot of what he needs in order to get to state in 2016-17. The only thing left is to stay in the lineup all season.

Heaton’s Hero: Olivia Bordley had a very solid older brother, Dominique (a 2015 grad), go before her at Menendez, literally just about replacing him in the lineup at his 126/132 spot. Wrestling that far up in her first varsity seaosn had a bit of a predictable result, as many varsity 126/132s have had more than a year’s worth of starter experience and are wrapping up their careers there. That put Bordley in a tough spot, as all of her contested matches wound up in either falls or techs, and there was just one of those. She did help the team considerably with her 12 forfeit wins, but found herself outside the starting lineup at time of the post-season. Still, though, she stayed in it for the entire season. For that, Olivia Bordley is the Heaton’s Hero for Pedro Menendez.

Projected returning starters for 2016-17 (with year in school as they’ll be next year): RJ Iglesias (sophomore, wrestled 113 this past year, District 4 3rd place); Collin Tanner (junior, wrestled 138 this past year, District 4 4th place); David Soule (junior, wrestled 145 this past year, District 4 runnerup); Worthington (senior, wrestled 160 this past year, District 4 champ); Alex Cathcart (junior, wrestled 170 this past year, District 4 4th place); Carter Payne (sophomore, wrestled 182 this past year, 1 match from regions); Austyn Holsolmback (sophomore, wrestled 195 this past year, District 4 3rd place). Also: Robert Lazar (sophomore, wrestled 120 this past year, did not compete in post-season); Olivia Bordley (junior, wrestled 126/132 this past year, did not compete in post-season); Brandon Durham (senior, wrestled 126/132 this past year, did not compete in post-season); Brycel Myers (junior, wrestled 170 this past year, did not compete in post-season); Justin Van Hoogten (senior, wrestled 195 this past year, did not compete in post-season); Hunter Conner (junior, wrestled 285 this past year, did not compete in post-season).

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The Season 2015-16: North Bay Haven

North Bay Haven

You can see everything I have on the Buccaneers in 2015-16 here –> NORTH BAY HAVEN

Win/loss record: 5-10 in dual meets up to the regular season-ending Panhandle DUals event, although we did not have match-by-match results, just a final score from the Buccaneers’ dual with Rutherford on January 27. Please review the attached document for a review of the Bears’ performance in IBT events.

Season in a nutshell: The Buccaneers did seem to be significantly improved from the year before, in their first year of the program, although they would have to improve their competitive place in IBTs, in particular, in order to feel better about moving up the ladder in District 1. North Bay Haven did pick up three dual wins over teams at Terry Parker’s Army Duals, with wins in duals against two different district rivals. But the IBT results were tough ones to overcome. The Buccaneers have several kids coming back, keeping them in the sport and having them wrestle year-round will eventually pay off.

2015-16 MVP: The Buccaneers will have a couple of losses due to 2016 graduation, with one of those being 160-pound Brandon Hays, who was NBH’s only district finalist this past season. Hays was perhaps the most reliable point-scorer in IBTs, taking fourth at Chiles and third at Gulf Breeze (he didn’t wrestle at Wewa’s Gator Brawl) and had two dominant wins en route to reaching the District 1 final, the second one coming against a 40-match winner. Hays led the team in victories this past year, and found himself in a tough spot at regions after dropping the first-round match. Hays was the best wrestler on the team a year ago as well, and helped jump-start the program as a whole.

2016-17 captain: Like many sophomores often do, Garrett Hester found the task of wrestling at the higher-upper weights a bit easier this year, but unlike in his freshman year, Hester wasn’t willing to stay up where he started. Hester got out to a good open to the year, earning the only place finish for North Bay Haven at Border Wars, with a third later on in the year at Gator Brawl and again at districts, where he and Hays were the only North Bay Haven wrestlers to get out to regions. But this year, Hester made two drops, going to 195 for Gator Brawl and 182 for districts (if not Panhandle Duals, I can’t be sure, as I don’t have anything for him there). It will be interesting to see how the next two years go and how the program develops while Hester and his fellow 2016 sophomores are there.

Heaton’s Hero: Seventh-graders can compete at 132 pounds, but they’d probably better come to the table with a ton of experience. That’s something that plagued Kurt Howard this year, as he battled with upperclassmen (in a lot of instances) and quality talent (state champ and former state champ in the weight class just within the region). Every result that I had for Howard — he was beaten out for the starting spots at 126 and 132 — that was contested wound up with a loss, but Howard did hang in, at least up until the Panhandle Duals, despite a lot of adversity. For that — remember, he was only 12 or 13 when the season began — Kurt Howard is the Heaton’s Hero for North Bay Haven.

Projected returning starters for 2016-17 (with year in school as they’ll be next year): Micheal Freeman (freshman, wrestled 120 this past year, 0-2 at districts); Micheal Toro (junior, wrestled 126 this past year, 0-2 at districts); Aidan Campbell (junior, wrestled 132/138 this past year, 1 match from regions); Dillon Fuder (senior, wrestled 138/145 this past year, 1 match from regions); Dagon Womack (senior, wrestled 145/152 this past year, 1 match from regions); Jackson Emery (senior, wrestled 170/182 this past year, 1 match from regions); Hester (junior, wrestled 182/195/220 this past year, District 1 3rd place). Also: Kaleb Purswell (8th, wrestled 106 this past year, did not compete in post-season); Howard (8th, wrestled 126/132 this past year, did not compete in post-season).

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The Season 2015-16: Bartram Trail

Bartram Trail

You can see everything I have on the Bears in 2015-16 here –> BARTRAM TRAIL

Win/loss record: 22-9 in dual meets. Please review the attached document for a review of the Bears’ performance in IBT events.

Season in a nutshell: In 2014-15, the Bears were ecstatic just to crack the double-digit win category by season’s end. This past year, Bartram Trail was ecstatic to double that win total (22) but the Bears weren’t satisfied with a third-place finish at District 4 and 10th-place finish at regions. That’s a measure of the success that Bartram has accomplished on the mat and the change in attitude that coach Chad Parker has worked on and off of it. This next year, simply repeating the accomplishments of 2015-16 won’t be enough. With a solid number of bears returning for next year (including two returning state qualifiers, two district champs, and 12 returning region qualifiers), the Bears have a tremendous opportunity to stay among the area’s top 10 all year, if not push much higher.

2015-16 MVP: Anthony Stith might have been one of the least well-known team MVPs on the Northeast side of the coverage area, even after he was the Bears’ top postseason performer this past year. Coming from 182, probably the strongest District 4 weight class, Stith finished third at districts and then repeated the feat at regions, finishing behind the same two guys that pushed past him at district, and had the Bears’ only victory at states. Stith was one of Bartram’s top performers in the regular season as well, earning a podium finish at Clay Rotary. This after only getting two matches in for December, I would imagine most likely due to football. Stith had elite competition right in his wheelhouse, all season, but still put together a sparkling finish.

2016-17 captain: Matthew Pickett was not a name I knew terribly well at the start of the year, but after closing down the season the way he did, with some very solid wins down the stretch and taking home a district title and state-qualifier berth, I know Pickett is a guy to keep two eyes on for next year. I’ve said for the entirety of the website’s existence that the Bears are a team that is either a sleeping giant or a team on the move, and it’s the efforts of Pickett and his senior class that will shape the direction of that move in the next season or two.

Heaton’s Hero: The future is always built on the freshmen, or so some might say, and while there wound up being a couple of freshmen in the post-season lineup, the only one that started the year and finished it still in the lineup was Sean McDonald, who found a good amount of rough sledding along the path to completing a season with double-digit wins and losses in 2015-16. McDonald had just one in-season forfeit victory, picking up contested wins right from his very first match, although one would come until January. For being able to stick through the entirety of the season, Sean McDonald is the Bartram Trail representative for the Heaton’s Hero nomination.

Projected returning starters for 2016-17 (with year in school as they’ll be next year): Nicholas Vugman (sophomore, wrestled 106 this past year, District 4 runnerup, Region 1 4th place); Blake Swor (junior, wrestled 113 this past year, District 4 4th place); Sean McDonald (sophomore, wrestled 120 this past year, District 4 4th place); James Mueller (junior, wrestled 126 this past year, District 4 4th place); Matthew Pickett (senior, wrestled 132 this past year, District 4 champ, Region 1 4th place); Tristan McElhinney (sophomore, wrestled 138 this past year, 1 match from regions); Kevin Williams (senior, wrestled 145 this past year, District 4 3rd place); Caleb Sutherland (junior, wrestled 152 this past year, 1 match from regions); Jacob Bennett (junior, wrestled 160 this past year, District 4 4th place); Brooks Harp (junior, wrestled 170 this past year, District 4 champ); Kolton McDaniel (junior, wrestled 220 this past year, District 4 runnerup); Christopher Anderson (senior, wrestled 285 this past year, 1 match from regions). Also: Joseph Governara (sophomore, wrestled 113 this past year, did not compete in post-season); William King (junior, wrestled 152 this past year, did not compete in post-season).

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Disney Community 1: Final Day Results

Bracket 7 (1st-16th Place)

Championship: Liberty Patriots 50, Brownsburg Purple 24.
Semis: Liberty Patriots 48, Perry Meridian Blue 19; Brownsburg Purple 34, PA Rampage 32.
Consi rd 2 (losers finish 9th-12th): War Eagles 45, Team Balboa 27; Flagler Palm Coast 40, Westside Wrestling 21; Social Circle 30, Lake Gibson 15; Naperville Phoenix 31, Penn Extreme Gold 28.
Consi rd 3: Flagler Palm Coast 30, War Eagles 28; Social Circle 60, Naperville Phoenix 9.
Consi semis: Perry Meridian Blue 57, Flagler Palm Coast 17; PA Rampage 42, Social Circle 25.
7th place: War Eagles 30, Naperville Phoenix 27.
5th place: Flagler Palm Coast 34, Social Circle 22
3rd place: Perry Meridian Blue 39, PA Rampage 38.

Fifth Place Dual
Flagler Palm Coast 34, Social Circle 22
106: John Johnson (FPC) d. Chris Spenn, 7-3. 113: Jeremiah Costen (FPC) d. Darrell Morris, 9-3. 120: Michael DeAugustino (FPC) d. Dawson Bates, 3-2. 126: Avery Holder (FPC) p. Levi Leach, 3:02. 132: Travis Tyson (SC) d. Trace Insalaco, 10-5. 138: Michael Martins (FPC) d. Douglas Peppers, 3-1, SV. 145: Kaz Maia (FPC) d. Reid Harris, 6-1. 152: Evyn Insalaco (FPC) md. Mitchell Clegg, 20-7. 160: Eric Vigo (FPC) p. Paul Paschal, 1:17. 170: Noah Lackey (SC) d. Eddie Bryant, 3-1. 182: Cameron Paschal (SC) md. Steve Canidate, 9-1. 195: Rexx Hallyburton (SC) p. Anthony Mascraella, 2:29. 220: Narek Stepanyan (FPC) d. Ryan Harris, 5-1. 285: Cade Ridley (SC) fft.

Seventh Place Dual
War Eagles 30, Naperville Phoenix 27
106: Albie Snedaker (Eagles) p. Kyle Guttosch, 3:33. 113: Lucas Poucke (NP) md. Briar Jackson, 17-4. 120: Nick Keating (NP) d. Jacob Sandoval, 10-5. 126: Joseph Cooper (Eagles) d. Cade Wilke, 10-3. 132: Jake Keating (NP) d. Tracy Davis, 7-1. 138: Luke Smiley (NP) tf. Vince Hauser, 16-1. 145: Paul Detwiler (Eagles) d. Derek McDaniel, 6-4. 152: Ryan Violette (Eagles) d. Cameron Palmer, 4-0. 160: Brandon Dickman (Eagles) d. Jackson Punzel, 6-2. 170: David Riojas (NP) p. Anthony Breeden, :21. 182: Ryan Smenda (Eagles) p. Ben Cianchetti, 4:41. 195: Jason Davis (Eagles) p. Alex Raulicks, :33. 220: Christian Nussbaum (NP) d. Jose Concepcion, 4-2. 285: Brad Catalano (NP) d. Brandyne Mackey, 2-1.

Consi Semis
Perry Meridian Blue 57, Flagler Palm Coast 17
106: Sam Fair (PMB) p. Johnson, :23. 113: Sunny Nier (PMB) p. Costen, :34. 120: DeAugustino (FPC) d. Aiden Warren, 6-0. 126: Holder (FPC) tf. David Clayton, 18-3. 132: Jack Servies (PMB) d. T. Insalaco, 7-1. 138: Brooks Davis (PMB) p. Tyrone Jones, 2:26. 145: Kain Rust (PMB) fft. 152: Noah Warren (PMB) p. E. Insalaco, 2:11. 160: Cameron Amos (PMB) p. Tariq Johnson, 3:05. 170: Christian Warren (PMB) p. Bryant, :58. 182: Jalen Allen (PMB) p. Mascraella, 2:39. 195: Stepanyan (FPC) d. Anthony Ruhana, 2-1, 2 OT. 220: Rilee Miller (PMB) fft. 285: Tyler Irigoyen (FPC) fft.

Consi Rd 3 dual
Flagler Palm Coast 30, War Eagles 28
106: Snedaker (Eagles) d. Johnson, 9-3. 113: Costen (FPC) d. Jackson, 12-8. 120: DeAugustino (FPC) d. Sandoval, 11-5. 126: Holder (FPC) p. Cooper, 2:00. 132: T. Davis (Eagles) md. T. Insalaco, 8-0. 138: Detwiler (Eagles) d. Michael Martins, 3-1. 145: Kaz Maia (FPC) d. Violette, 5-1. 152: E. Insalaco (FPC) fft. 160: Dickman (Eagles) p. Johnson, 2:44. 170: Bryant (FPC) p. Breeden, 2:27. 182: Smenda (Eagles) d. Steve Canidate, 6-0. 195: J. Davis (Eagles) fft. 220: Stepanyan (FPC) d. Concepcion, 3-2. 285: Mackey (Eagles) d. Mathew Whitehouse, 8-4.

Consi Rd 2 Duals
War Eagles 45, Team Balboa 27
106: Snedaker (Eagles) p. Joseph Gordon, 1:18. 113: Cayden Rooks (TB) d. Jackson, 8-6, SV. 120: Jake Schoenegge (TB) d. Sandoval, 9-2. 126: Graham Rooks (TB) p. Cooper, 1:50. 132: Dawson Combest (TB) p. Vince Hauser, 5:48. 138: T. Davis (Eagles) d. Corban Pollitt, 9-3. 145: Jack Eiteljorge (TB) d. Detwiler, 13-6. 152: Violette (Eagles) p. Josh Cooper, 1:54. 160: Dickman (Eagles) p. Austin Wilson, 1:41. 170: Kameron Fuller (TB) p. Breeden, 1:13. 182: Smenda (Eagles) p. Nathan Goode, :55. 195: J. Davis (Eagles) p. Tyler Morris, :35. 220: Concepcion (Eagles) p. Austin Sheckles, 1:16. 285: Mackey (Eagles) p. Dalton Anderson, :43.

Flagler Palm Coast 40, Westside Wrestling 21
106: Johnson (FPC) p. Zachary Fritz, 3:36. 113: Costen (FPC) md. Matthew Phillips, 12-0. 120: DeAugustino (FPC) d. Jake Semrad, 10-4. 126: Holder (FPC) fft. 132: T. Insalaco (FPC) fft. 138: Cole Mitchell (WW) d. Martins, 9-3. 145: Maia (FPC) d. Enrique Alicea, 5-3. 152: James Nereim (WW) d. E. Insalaco, 3-2. 160: Eric Vigo (FPC) fft. 170: Jason Degroat (WW) d. Bryant, 4-2. 182: Canidate (FPC) p. Devon Quesinberry, 1:57. 195: George Schanck (WW) d. Stepanyan, 10-4. 220: Jules Joseph (WW) d. Whitehouse, 4-2. 285: Travis McNeece-Boyd (WW) p. Irigoyen, :14.

Bracket 9 (33rd-39th place)

Championship (33rd overall): Potentially Dangerous 46, Goon Squad 27.
Consi semis: Buchholz Bushido 54, Oakleaf Spartans 24; Austintown FitchB 44, Brownsburg White 36.
Bracket 5th (37th overall): Brownsburg White 40, Oakleaf Spartans 27.
Bracket 3rd (35th overall): Austintown FitchB 45, Buchholz Bushido 30.

Bracket Championship dual
Potentially Dangerous 46, Goon Squad 27
106: Elijah Petit-Frere (PD) p. Mark Munroe, 5:44. 113: Benjamin Belizaire (PD) p. Shane Butler, 3:54. 120: Brian Rosa (PD) d. Michael Crowder, 12-7. 126: Dwight Parker (PD) p. Matthias Young, 4:46. 132: David Trahe (PD) md. Elliott Crum, 17-8. 138: Will Vickers (GS) p. Ezra Green, 1:33. 145: Roody Edouard (PD) p. Estrado Bagias, 2:27. 152: Thanks Alcius (PD) d. Jeremy Burke, 8-4. 160: Justin Grant (GS) p. Nikolas Dixon, 1:07. 170: Jaycie Rudd (GS) d. Quentin Wilson, 5-0. 182: Logan Celella (PD) fft. 195: Zach Gallon (PD) p. Gus Altenburg. 220: Josh Martin (GS) p. Mathew Simms, 3:00. 285: Jonquille Rivers (GS) fft.

Bracket 3rd place dual
Austintown FitchB 45, Buchholz Bushido 30
106: Zachary Richards (AFB) p. Bryan Perkins, :58. 113: Nicholas Burgard (AFB) p. Billy Green-Church, 1:06. 120: Nicholas Davis (AFB) p. Andrique Broughton, 1:28. 126: Brock Morton (AFB) p. Deangelo Fletcher, 2:43. 132: Gant Moore (BB) p. Caleb Crawford, 1:11. 138: Luke Koslik (AFB) p. Tracen Ransdell, :21. 145: Edmond Magmore (AFB) p. Michael Rollins, :08. 152: Jordan Mobley (BB) d. Adam Wilps, 10-4. 160: Caleb Williams (BB) fft. 170: Dylan Lewis (BB) p. Austin Winterburn, 1:39. 182: Breylon Douglas (AFB) d. Kenneth Vance, 7-2. 195: Aaron Menden (BB) fft. 220: Ian Kotch (AFB) fft. 285: Marcus Zeighler (BB) d. Javante Curry, 5-2.

Bracket 5th place dual
Brownsburg White 40, Oakleaf Spartans 27
106: Kyle Tairovski-Romeu (Spartans) d. Robbie Johnson, 8-1. 113: Devaughn Anderson (BW) md. Geneva Winston, 17-6. 120: Ryan Rosano (Spartans) fft. 126: Vince Karl (Spartans) fft. 132: Peyton Asbury (BW) d. Ethan Gustilo, 7-6. 138: Jacob Cookerly (BW) d. Trenton Carroll, 3-0. 145: Donovan Gray (Spartans) p. Austin Phan, 1:09. 152: Thieery-Jean Baptiste (BW) p. Elias Martinez-Magloire, 1:23. 160: Jacob Cooper (BW) d. Anthony Quinones, 12-8. 170: Liam Jagow (BW) d. Nartorian Lee, 6-2. 182: Lawson Aiken (BW) fft. 195: Cody Edmonds (BW) p. David Thompson, 3:23. 220: Andrew Glaze (BW) p. Tyler Dehart, 4:54. 285: Jesse Jennette (Spartans) fft.

Consi semi dual
Buchholz Bushido 54, Oakleaf Spartans 24
106: Tairovski-Romeu (Spartans) md. Perkins, 16-2. 113: Green-Church (BB) p. Winston, 1:12. 120: Broughton (BB) p. Rosano, 1:33. 126: Fletcher (BB) p. V. Karl, 3:31. 132: Moore (BB) p. Gustilo, 4:25. 138: Ransdell (BB) p. Carroll, 5:18. 145: Gray (Spartans) md. Rollins, 14-1. 152: Williams (BB) p. Martinez-Magloire, :32. 160: Mobley (BB) p. Quinones, 1:50. 170: Lee (Spartans) md. Lewis, 14-4. 182: Vance (BB) ID over Bryan Heflin. 195: Thompson (Spartans) p. Menden, 4:11. 220: Dehart (Spartans) fft. 285: Zeighler (BB) p. Jennette, 1:50.

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