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#TheRecap: Bartram, Buchholz 9-0 At Parker Duals

North Florida Matmen staff report

JACKSONVILLE — Bartram Trail and Buchholz have had some good battles in dual tournaments over the past few years, and against one another in individual meets as well.

Both the Bears and Bobcats were 9-0 last weekend at Terry Parker’s Parker Duals, as both won their respective pools.

Bartram won Pool 1 with an average margin of victory of 54.6 points per dual. As it happened, the Bears’ path started agaisnt Buchholz’s B squad, with a 78-6 win. Bartram then took victories over Ponte Vedra (58-21), Gulf Breeze (54-30, the Bears’ closest dual), Wolfson (66-12), Oakleaf B (66-12), Nease B (78-6), Mandarin (60-18), Keystone Heights (72-6) and Terry Parker (72-12).

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Individually, three Bartram Trail wrestlers were 9-0 “max-pointers,” scoring 6 dual team points in all nine duals contested. Those were Ethan Vugman (106/113, 3 pins), Michael Moore (113/120, 2 pins) and John McNames (160/170, 7 pins). Matthew Tayloe (145, 4 pins) was 5-0 in a regular but not exclusive starting role.

Trevor Tagarelli (126, 6 pins), Ayden Nguyen (132/138, 3 pins), Ralph Hamilton (182/195, 4 pins) and Ryan Piersza (285, 7 pins) were all 8-1 for the Bears, while Preston Pena (132/138, 4 pins & major) was 7-1 and Zachary Gelo (138/145/152, 5 pins) 6-1 for Bartram. Stephen Farris (145/152/160, 6 pins) had a 6-2 weekend, while Damien Ortega (182/195, 5 pins) was 6-3.

Additionally, Robert Hunter (220, 2 pins) chipped in a 5-4 weekend, while Jacob August (120, pin) was 4-4.

Buchholz won Pool 2 with an average margin of victory of 36 points per dual, with victories over Fernandina Beach (60-6), Ridgeview (45-25), Oakleaf (40-39), Bolles (42-27), Stanton (60-6), Paxon (66-6), Englewood (60-15), Nease (55-6) and First Coast (57-27).

Like the Bears, the Bobcats had three 9-0 max-pointers, in Liam Buchanan (152/160, 8 pins), Armando Acosta (182, 6 pins) and Jacob Robinson (285, 6 pins). Jason Martin (195, 4 pins & 2 decisions) also was 9-0 for Buchholz, while Drew Lewis (220, 3 pins) was 5-0 on Saturday.

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Aiden Moore (126, 5 pins & decision) and Matt Vann (170, 5 pins/major/decision) were 8-1 on the weekend, while Cole Nixon (138, 2 pins) and Timothy Bowen (145, 2 pins & major) were 7-2.

Malcolm Brown (132, pin) was 4-1 on Saturday and had a 5-2 weekend overall (he wrestled for the B squad on Friday and with the A group on Saturday, due to injury). Siddharth Bianchi (106, 3 pins) chipped in a 5-4 weekend for the Bobcats.

Below follows a summary of every other competing team’s weekend:

Gulf Breeze (8-1 in Pool 1): The Dolphins took their only loss in Round 3, with Pool 1 wins over Terry Parker (54-12) in Round 1, Buchholz B (60-12) in Round 2, Ponte Vedra (42-30) in Round 4, Wolfson (48-30) in Round 5, Oakleaf B (54-18) in Round 6, Nease B (54-18) in Round 7, Mandarin (60-12) in Round 8 and Keystone Heights (60-9) in Round 9. Every wrestler that made the trip to Jacksonville had at least five wins over the course of the weekend. The Dolphins had two 9-0 max-pointers in Colson Elliott (126, 7 pins) and Julian McCully (195, 6 pins). Joining them as unbeatens were Dylan Lawrence (9-0 at 138, 6 pins & major) and Logan Merritt (8-0 at 120, 7 pins). Brennden Nita (132, 3 pins) was 8-1, while Kelly Scanlon (145, 7 pins), Garret Rudick (152, 4 pins) and Bryson Wick (220/285, 6 pins) each were 7-2 for Gulf Breeze. Mason Bourgeois (160, 3 pins & decision) had a 6-3 weekend, while Elijah Johnson (106/113) and Micah Barker (182, 3 pins & decision) both were 5-4 for the Dolphins.

Bolles (8-1 in Pool 2): The Bulldogs took their only loss in Round 4, with victories over First Coast (37-36) in Round 1, Fernandina Beach (52-12) in Round 2, Ridgeview (45-24) in Round 3, Oakleaf (37-30) in Round 5, Stanton (44-24) in Round 6, Paxon (54-24) in Round 7, Englewood (42-33) in Round 8 and Nease (45-24) in Round 9. Jack Pyburn (220) was Bolles’ only unbeaten wrestler, going 9-0 with 5 pins and a decision. Dalton Posick (132, 3 pins & decision), Tyson Riley (145, 3 pins & 2 decisions) and Ethan Asbury (182, 3 pins/major & 3 decisions) were all 8-1 for Bolles, while Thomas Holt (113/120) and Julian Morris (138, 2 pins & major) were both 7-2. Cam Neal (285, 4 pins) had a 6-3 weekend, while Denny Vohs (126, pin) and Skylar Malone (152, 3 pins) were each 5-4 for the Bulldogs; in a regular but not exclusive starting role, Bryson Hubbard (106, 3 pins) was 5-1.

Ponte Vedra (6-3 in Pool 1): The Sharks had a Round 1 win over Nease B (59-24), but then couldn’t find one until Round 5 and didn’t lose again after that, with wins over Keystone Heights (57-24) in Round 5, Wolfson (54-18) in Round 6, Terry Parker (48-24) in Round 7, Oakleaf B (54-24) in Round 8 and Buchholz B (48-33) in Round 9. In a regular but not excluvie starting role, Alex De Almeida (138/145, 4 pins) was 6-0. Gia Lemon (106) compiled an 8-1 record for the Sharks, while Rett Maritato (170/182, 3 pins/tech/decision) was 7-1 and Julian Villegas (113, pin & major) 7-2 for Ponte Vedra. Michael Stephens (120, 2 pins & decision) was 6-3, while Zachary Underwood (182, 2 pins & win by DQ) was 5-3 for the Sharks; in regular roles, Cyrus Ferraro (145, 3 pins) was 4-3 and John Whitley (152, 3 pins) 4-4 for Ponte Vedra.

First Coast (6-3 in Pool 2): The Buccaneers won four duals in a row at one point between Rounds 5-8, taking dual wins over Stanton (42-30) in Round 2, Paxon (66-0) in Round 3, Nease (48-36) in Round 5, Oakleaf (39-35) in Round 6, Fernandina Beach (60-24) in Round 7 and Ridgeview (36-35) in Round 8. DeVante Wyatt (170, 7 pins & decision) was the only 9-0 wrestler for First Coast, while Hakeem Culberson (195, 3 pins & major) was 8-1. Josiah Mossor (145, 3 pins & major) and Dylan Lampkin (285, 5 pins) were each 7-1, while Trevor Studstill (120/126, 4 pins) and Grayson Peterson (220/285, 2 pins) were each 6-1. Tyler Heflin (160, pin) contributed a 6-3 weekend for the Buccaneers, while Jace Austin (132, 3 pins) was 5-3 for First Coast.

Oakleaf (6-3 in Pool 2): The Clay County Knights won their first two and last three duals of the tournament, with wins over Ridgeview (49-23) in Round 1, Englewood (48-22) in Round 2, Nease (52-30) in Round 4, Stanton (59-12) in Round 7, Fernandina Beach (64-10) in Round 8 and Paxon (78-6) in Round 9. Five different Oakleaf wrestlers — Marcus McGee (120/126, 6 pins), Trevor Owens (132/138, 4 pins), Logan Gilbert (132/138, 3 pins/tech/decision), James McClintic (160, 3 pins) and Josh Murrell (285, 4 pins) — were all 8-1, while Jason Mitchell (220, 4 pins & decision) was 7-2 and Isiah Schevchook (182, pin/tech & 3 decisions) 6-3 for Oakleaf. Andrew Brandt (113), Roman Polinsky (145, 3 pins) and Braden Cole (152, pin/major/decision) each were 5-4 for the Knights.

Oakleaf B (6-3 in Pool 1): The Knights’ second unit had the top overall record among B teams in the field, with wins over Mandarin (45-30) in Round 1, Keystone Heights (33-30) in Round 2, Terry Parker (36-18) in Round 3, Buchholz B (36-30) in Round 4, Wolfson (42-18) in Round 7 and Nease B (30-27) in Round 9. Kevin Gilley (120, 8 pins) posted an 8-1 record for Oakleaf, while Mason Ganion (170/182, 5 pins & decision) was 7-2 and Jaylen Watts (170/182, pin & win by default) was 6-3 for the Knights. In regular but not exclusive roles, Jordan Mitchell (285, 3 pins) was 4-1, Adrian Camacho (138, 2 pins & decision) 4-2 for Oakleaf, while Jacob Dewald (145, 4 pins) had a 4-4 weekend for the Knights.

Nease (5-4 in Pool 2): The St Johns Panthers got out to a hot start, with wins over Stanton (60-23) in Round 1, Paxon (78-0) in Round 2 and Englewood (48-29) in Round 3, with a 48-18 victory over Fernandina Beach in Round 6 and a 46-24 win over Ridgeview in Round 7. Trevion Demus (113/120, 5 pins) and Jalon Lumar (138, 4 pins/major/decision) were each 7-0 for Nease, while Brielle Bibla (106, 5 pins) and Chad Severt (152, 6 pins) were each 8-1. Marco Powers (182, 4 pins) had a 7-2 weekend for Nease, while Kobe Ross (195, 2 pins & decision) was 6-3 for the Panthers.

Buchholz B (5-4 in Pool 1): The second-unit Bobcats acquitted themselves well after dropping the opening two rounds to the eventual pool champ and runnerup, with wins over Wolfson (42-36), Nease B (42-24), Mandarin (42-18), Keystone Heights (48-18) and Terry Parker (36-30). Holden Mitrione (182, 4 pins) led Buchholz B with a 6-3 record, while Adrian Gonzalez (126, 3 pins & decision), Konstantine Kiousis (138, 2 pins), George Shannon (160, 3 pins) and Gregory Willis (170, pin) were all 5-4. Chase Ortiz (285, 3 pins) was 4-3 in a regular but not exclusive starting role for Buchholz.

Mandarin (5-4 in Pool 1): The Mustangs won four straight duals at one point, with dual victories over Nease B (48-24) in Round 2, Ponte Vedra (48-27) in Roun 3, Keystone Heights (42-18) in Round 4 and Terry Parker (42-18) in Round 5, closing out with a 54-12 Round 9 victory over Wolfson. Nicholas Wilbur (285, 7 pins) was the team leader with an unbeaten weekend (8-0), while Tony Carter (182, 6 pins) and De’Shawn Wise-Minor (220, 5 pins) were both 8-1. Tristan Garcia (132, 4 pins & decision), Xaine Evans (145, 5 pins & decision) and Jaelen Simmons (195/220, 4 pins) were each 7-2 for Mandarin; Devin Foster (113/120, 3 pins) was 4-0 in a regular role as well for the Mustangs.

Ridgeview (4-5 in Pool 2): The Clay County Panthers rallied from an 0-3 start with wins over Stanton (45-30) in Round 4, Paxon (42-18) in Round 5, Englewood (45-30) in Round 6 and Fernandina Beach (42-24) in Round 9. Blake Pu (106, 7 pins) was a 9-0 max-pointer, while Matthew Rodriquez (126, 6 pins & decisions) also turned in a 9-0 weekend. Kaiden Tibbetts (113, 2 pins/tech/major) and Gabe Guzman (145, 3 pins/major/decision) were both 8-1 for Ridgeview, while Shawn Tahir (132/138, 2 pins & decision) and Spencer Robertson (182, 3 pins & decision) were each 5-4. In a regular role for Ridgeview, Aiden Tavanner (120) posted a 4-1 record.

Englewood (3-5 in Pool 2): The Rams took victories over Paxon (65-6) in Round 1, First Coast (42-31) in Round 4 and Fernandina Beach (60-12) in Round 5; the Rams did not wrestle against Stanton. Sam Howard (160, 4 pins) led Englewood with a 7-1 record, while Calvin Williams (106, pin & 2 decisions), Raequan Staples (113, tech) and Jordan Mitchell (170, 2 pins & 2 decisions) were all 6-2. Lynden North (132/138, 4 pins & decision) and Justin Mendez (195, pin) were both 5-3 and Melvin Wiggins (220, 2 pins) 4-3 for the Rams.

Stanton (2-6 in Pool 2): The Blue Devils had victories in Round 3 over Fernandina Beach (30-29) and Paxon in Round 8 (54-6); Stanton did not contest in Round 9 against Englewood. Liam Salem (145/152, 5 pins) led the way for the Blue Devils, with a 6-2 weekend, while Gabe Navarro (138, 3 pins) and Charles Woo (195, pin & tech) were both 5-3. Kenneth Caldeo (106, pin), Avery Debelen (170, 2 pins) and Timothy Sinclair (182, 2 pins) all contributed 4-4 tournaments for Stanton.

Terry Parker (2-7 in Pool 1): The hosts had wins over Nease B (29-24) in Round 4 and Keystone Heights (40-30) in Round 6. Ashley Saddler (160, 4 pins/tech/major) led the Braves with an 8-1 weekend, while Tijuan Boyance (152, 4 pins) and Darius Farmer (170/182, 5 pins) were both 7-2 for Terry Parker. Jose Payed (195, 3 pins) was 5-1 in a regular but not exclusive starting role as well for the Braves.

Nease B (2-7 in Pool 1): The second group of St Johns Panthers had their wins in Round 3 over Keystone Heights (36-24) and Round 8 in a forfeit against Wolfson, but had two solid starters. Mateos Zajni (138, 4 pins & decision) had a 7-2 weekend, while Jhon Olivar (120, 2 pins) was 6-3. In a regular but not exclusive starting role, Bam Ghazanfari (145, 2 pins) was 4-1.

Keystone Heights (1-8 in Pool 1): The Indians defeated Wolfson, 48-36, in Round 1, but couldn’t find a dual win after that. Individually, Sheppard Wingate (160, 3 pins) was 5-3 and Canyon Hayes (132/138, 3 pins) 5-4 for Keystone; among part-time performers, Kayla Elliott (106) was 4-0 in a regular but not exclusive role.

Wolfson (1-8 in Pool 1): The Wolfpack had a solid start Friday, with two close losses and a 54-24 Round 2 victory over Terry Parker, but struggled on Saturday. Cameron Frison (152/160, 6 pins) was an 8-0 max-pointer for Wolfson, while Liam Strange (113, pin) was 5-3 and Dallas Kemp (170) had a 4-3 weekend for the Wolfpack.

Fernandina Beach (1-8 in Pool 2): The Pirates had their lone win in Round 4 with a 36-24 victory over Paxon. Caden Kubatzke (120, 2 pins) and Jeremy Mahoney (126, 3 pins & tech) were both 7-2, while Jeremiah Giedrys (170, 4 pins & major) had a 6-3 weekend for Fernandina.

Paxon (0-9 in Pool 2): The 1A Golden Eagles struggled in team duals, with a maximum of six weights filled. Michael Dramis (152/160, 3 pins) did lead Paxon with a 6-3 weekend, while Alex Denyakin (152/160, pin) was 4-4.

Complete results for all competing teams in the tournament can be found HERE..

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