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#RouseGirls: Dr Phillips 2nd, Ponte Vedra 3rd at Hagerty

OVIEDO — Just a couple of days after dominating the scene at the Ponte Vedra Girls IBT, Freedom did much the same in Thursday night’s Johnny Rouse IBT at Hagerty.

The Patriot girls outpointed Dr Phillips, 214-149, for the title. Ponte Vedra was the next area team after the Lady Panthers, finishing with 93 points, with University (Orange City) fourth (73) and Hagerty (59) rounding out the top five.

Seminole was sixth with 56 points, with Oviedo T-10th (32), Deltona 12th (21.5) and Flagler Palm Coast and Lake Howell both T-14th (seven) in the 17-team tournament.

Below follows a summary of top-four individual performances within the coverage area:

100 — Dr Phillips junior Victoria Ceballos and freshman Ava Ceballos went 1-2 in the tournament. Victoria took pins over Tohopekaliga (1:07) in the semis, pinning Ava in :06 for the title. Ava had a semifinal pin over eventual 4th Zania Owen of University (Orange City) in 1:49 to reach the final. Owen lost by fall (2:36) to Tohopekaliga in placing fourth.

105 — Deltona’s Dianna Pineda recorded a pin and tech fall after a bye into the semis. Pineda falled Dr Phillips’ Mackayla Ramdhanie (:42) in that round, then went on to tech Freedom’s Maite Coutinho, 17-1, in 4 minutes for the championship win. After a front-side pin, Ponte Vedra’s Chandler Wildrick lost by fall to Coutinho, but bounced back for third with pins over University (Orange City)’s Mia Hernandez and Ramdhanie (1:36). Ramdhanie (front-side pin) secured a top-four finish after the loss to Pineda, with a pin over Tohopekaliga to get to Wildrick.

110 — Ponte Vedra’s Cynthia Kowitski had a forfeit into the final, where she pinned University (Orange City)’s Jaelyn Sunseri in 1:04 for the title. Sunseri falled Oviedo’s Amy Trevino (eventual 3rd by forfeit) in 1:44, to reach the final.

115 — UOC’s Katy Roche pinned her way through the bracket, with three pins over Oviedo’s Camryn Harber (1:06, quarters), Ponte Vedra’s Sophia Mallon (5:59, semis) and over Freedom’s Liliana Mulero (2:24) in the title round. Mallon, who had a bye into the semis, won by fall over Colonial to make podium, losing by fall to Tohopekaliga (:51) to place fourth.

120 — Dr Phillips’ Juliana Diaz reached the final, with a bye into the semis and pin over Colonial (3:56). After rallying to take a 3-2 lead after two periods, Diaz was taken down and then briefly turned by Freedom’s Cooper Galvin, taking a 6-5 loss in the final. Seminole’s Brianna Pena (front-side pin, fell 10-4 to Galvin in semis) had two bonus-point wins to rally for third, pinning Hagerty’s Karson Cuozzo (1:33) and majoring Colonial, 13-3, in the medal match.

125 — Like Diaz at 120, Hagerty’s Megan Kaplan reached the final behind pins over Seminole’s Michelle Lopez (1:09, quarters) and Freedom (3:31, semis), but then lost by fall (2:11) to Freedom’s Kailey Rees, who pinned her way through the bracket.

130 — Seminole’s Isabelle Martin won by fall three times to reach the final, where she lost by fall to Freedom’s Rachel Ferreter (2:16). Martin had pins over Colonial (4:33, pigtail), UOC’s Bryanne Kaminsky (1:15, quarters) and Freedom (1:28, semis). Kaminsky, who had a bye into the quarters, won four times in the consis to wrestle all the way back to third, with three pins and a decision, falling Freedom in 4:38 in the medal match.

135 — Dr Phillips’ Julia Ferreira had first-period pins over Winter Springs (1:15, quarters) and Oviedo’s Jana El’harake (1:10, semis), but then couldn’t overcome the seven-point second period that Freedom’s Keyla DeLeon had in the final, falling by a 9-2 count. El’harake (front-side pin before loss to Ferreira) had two pins in the consis to place third, pinning Hagerty’s Lauren McLeod in 2:01 in the second of those. McLeod (front-side pin before a loss by fall to DeLeon) had a pin in the consi semis to earn a podium finish.

140 — Hagerty’s Jana Llamido ran the table with three first-period pins, with falls over Oviedo’s Delaney Graves (:36, quarters), Dr Phillips’ Jessy Jarret (:30, semis) and over Ponte Vedra’s Olivia Richie (1:32) to win the title. Richie, who like Llamido had a bye into the quarters, falled Osceola (:14) and had a forfeit over Vero Beach in the semi to get to Llamido.

145 — Ponte Vedra’s Mira Schmidt was the runnerup, with a loss by fall (:53) to Osceola’s Cindy Rodriguez in the final. Prior to that, Schmidt had a bye into the quarters, with pins over Wiregrass Ranch (:15) and over Freedom (1:52, semis). Dr Phillips’ Emanuelle Zumba (front-side pin before loss by fall to Osceola in semis) secured a top-four space with a consi-semi pin, but then lost by fall (4:22) to Poinciana, placing fourth.

155 — Dr Phillips’ Amy Etienne took two pins the weight class, falling Seminole’s Jayda Rankin (1:27) in the semis and then pinning Freedom’s Sophia Segura (2:11) in the championship. Rankin (front-side pin before loss to Etienne) had a bye into the third-place match, where she pinned UOC’s Gracie Hollifield in :17. Hollifield, who lost by fall to Segura in the semis, earned a top-four space with a consi-semi pin over Poinciana.

170 — The Lady Panthers’ Tatiana Tyler had a bye into the semis and forfeit over Osceola into the final, where she lost by fall to Freedom’s Banishca Derilus (:40).

190 — Like Tyler at 170, Dr Phillips’ Frankesca Robles had a bye into the semis and forfeit over Osceola into the final, losing by fall there to Freedom’s Salexa Lontoc-Ortiz (:17). Robles’ teammate, Emily Riveira (front-side pin before loss by fall to Lontoc-Ortiz) had a bye into the third-place match, where she pinned Poinciana in :21.

235 — No locals in field.

You can see complete brackets and team scores for this tournament HERE.

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