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3A-R1 Records Update: Winter Park

Hey guys!

The work continues. Because of course it does.

If you’ve been around a while, you’ve seen us do some things to talk about more of Florida wrestling besides the coverage area. We are therefore happy to start up — because we were worried we wouldn’t have time — our Records Updates for the remainder of 3A-Region 1 and 1A-Region 2.

We will alternate between 3A and 1A teams until we are done with 3A (which should be done first), then it will be just 1A going forward. With any luck, we’re done with these by October 1. Today, we are closing out 3A-District 4 with Winter Park.

WINTER PARK

You can see everything I have on the Wildcats in 2019-20 here –>  WINTER PARK

Win/loss record: 8-8 in duals searchable by Matmen. Please review the attached document for a summary of the Cougars’ performance in IBT events. All individual records are as searchable online. In some cases, adjustments have been made in post-season traditional tournament starters’ records to reflect records reported to the District 4 host. Otherwise, asterisks have been added.

Tournament results (where results are complete): 5th at Battle for the Blacktop. 2-2 (7th) at Let Freedom Ring Duals (no match-by-match results). 5-3 (16th) at Johnny Rouse Duals. 1-3 (6th) at 3A-District 4 Duals. 4th at Michael P Hutchins Memorial. 7th at Wolfpack Invitational. 8th at Metro Conference. 5th at 3A-District 4 traditional tournament. 14th at 3A-Region 1 traditional tournament. T-41st at 3A state traditional tournament.

Projected key returners (15+ matches this past season) for 2020-21 (with year in school as they’ll be next year): Max Spillman (junior, 3-12 at 106, 1 match from regions); John Henderson (junior, 11-17 at 120, 1 match from regions); Joseph Parker (sophomore, 31-10 at 126, district 4th, 1 match from states); Kevin Dominguez (senior, 20-14 at 132, district runnerup, 2-2 at regions); Luke Henderson (junior, 22-19 at 138, district 3rd, 1-2 at regions); Joseph Gonzalez (junior, 35-3 at 138, did not compete in post-season traditionals; transferred from Hagerty); Tristan Carbonell (junior, 22-10 at 138/145, did not compete in post-season traditionals; transferred from Bishop Moore); Adrian Alonso (senior, 6-12 at 152, 1 match from regions); Quentin Reeves (senior, 22-12 at 160, district 3rd, region 4th, 1-2 at states); Joshua Ayala (senior, 16-15 at 220, district runnerup, 1-2 at regions); Hayden Clem (senior, 16-2* at 285, did not compete in post-season traditionals).

Graduation losses (15+ matches this past season or post-season experience) from this year’s team: Harrison Veigle (2-6 at 145, 1 match from regions); Ghazi Alkadry (27-13 at 170, district 3rd, 2-2 at regions); Austin Parker (29-8 at 182, district runnerup, 1 match from states); David Medina (1-3 at 195, 1 match from regions).

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