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#GirlsDist4: Four Bracket Wins Carry Lady Titans

University (Orange City) wrestlers and coaches with the team’s District 4 championship trophy won Tuesday night in Oviedo (Photo submitted by Chris Turner via Facebook).

OVIEDO — University (Orange City)’s strong lower part of the lineup led to four titles, allowing the Lady Titans to take a 36-point margin of victory and Tuesday’s inaugural girls’ District 4 title.

Lake Brantley held off Lake Mary for second, with the Lady Patriots scoring 94 points and the Lady Rams 91. Hagerty, with 80 points, was fourth while host Oviedo was fifth with 75.

Seminole was sixth with 71 points, followed by Dunnellon (62), West Port (24), Deltona (22), Lake Howell (18), Winter Springs (16) and Lyman (10).

Below follows a summary of the tournament —

100: University’s Zania Owen (2-8) was the only entry in the weight class, winning her title when she made weight.

105: In a two-person bracket, Deltona’s Dianna Pineda (24-1) won the title with a pin (1:31) over Lake Brantley’s Vanessa Martin-Soto (7-5).

110: The Lady Titans’ Jaelyn Sunseri (7-9) had two pins for her title, with falls over Lake Brantley’s Shyene Harris (:46) in the semis and over Oviedo’s Amy Trevino (1:32) for the championship. Trevino (6-6) reached the final with a semifinal pin over Dunnellon, while Harris (1-3) falled Dunnellon in 1:39 for third.

115: UOC’s Katy Roche (10-5) also had two pins, with a semifinal fall over Oviedo’s Camryn Harber (:36) and a pin in the championship round over Lake Mary’s Jocelyn Higgins (2:39). Higgins (14-8) reached the final with a semifinal pin over Hagerty’s Karson Cuozzo (3-4), who falled Harber (4-12) in 1:31 for third.

120: In a three-person bracket, Seminole’s Brianna Pena had a forfeit in the semis and falled the Lady Titans’ Kyndall James (7-4) in 1:35 for the title. James had a bye into the final, while Lake Mary’s Sarah Cutter (0-7) had a bye for third.

125: Hagerty’s Megan Kaplan (25-7) won the title with three falls, pinning Dunnellon (:21, quarters), Lyman’s Kaylee Holloway (1:11) in the semis and then UOC’s Alex Roche in 2:31 for the finals win. Roche (10-7) had two pins in reaching the final, pinning Lake Mary’s Savannah Strickland (:24) in the quarters and Seminole’s Michelle Lopez (4:19) in the semis. Lopez (8-7) rallied from the loss to Roche with two pins over Dunnellon (2:29) and Holloway (3:20) for third place, while Holloway (3-12) falled Strickland (4:14) to qualify out for regions.

130: In a two-person bracket, University’s Bryanne Kaminsky (18-5) won by fall (1:21) over Lake Mary’s Dalezka De La Mata-Gogny (0-1 as reported) to take the title.

135: Seminole’s Isabelle Martin (16-5) gave the Noles their second title, with two pins, falling Lake Mary’s Olivia Boni (1:21) in the semis and Oviedo’s Jana El’harake (3:31) for the title victory. El’harake (13-6) reached the final with a semifinal pin (1:47) over Winter Springs. In the consis, Lake Mary’s Boni (7-14) made it to regions with a consi-semi pin over Lake Brantley’s Madalyn Propst, but then lost by fall (1:26) in the third-place match to Winter Springs.

140: Hagerty’s Jada Llamido (15-0) had two pins in 1:48 for the Lady Huskies’ second title, falling Oviedo’s Delaney Graves (:46) in the semis and Lake Howell’s Ava Barhorst (1:02) in the championship match. Barhorst (10-9) falled Lake Brantley’s Veronica Picart in the semis to get to Llamido. After a bye into the third-place match, Graves (11-10) pinned Seminole’s Tatiana Louisius in 2:34 for third, duplicating her quarterfinal pin in 2:33. Louisius (4-7) turned back Picart, 7-1, in the blood round to qualify for regions.

Lake Brantley wrestlers and coaches with the team’s District 4 runnerup trophy won Tuesday night in Oviedo (Photo submitted via Lake Brantley team Facebook page).

145: Lake Brantley’s Lanyla Hudspeth (9-1) won the Lady Patriots’ first title, with a forfeit in the semis and fall over Hagerty’s Megan Dathe (1:46) to win the title. Dathe (7-17) reached the final with a semifinal pin over UOC’s Gracie Hollifield (8-7), who won by forfeit over Lake Mary’s Kendall Krietemeyer (2-6) for third.

155: West Port’s Jayden Dodge (8-2) was her team’s lone representative and champion, with pins in the semis over Lake Brantley’s Emily Song (:24) and in the finals over Dunnellon’s Alicia Caton (4:41) to take the weight-class win. Song (1-1 as reported) falled Lake Mary’s Taylor Chavers (0-10) in 53 seconds to take third; Chavers had lost in the semis (1:27) to Caton.

170: In a two-person bracket, Lake Mary’s Tayla Sutton (6-7) lost by 42-second fall to Dunnellon’s Dyani Hoyte.

190: Oviedo’s Alana Sanchez (0-2) was the only entry in the weight class, winning her title when she made weight.

235: Lake Brantley picked up its second title as Marcela Maya-Escalona (9-1) had two pins in a three=person bracket, with falls over Lake Mary’s Jaden Pitts (2:59) in the semis and over Dunnellon’s Tianya Smith (1:11) in the final. Pitts (0-9) had a bye for third place.

Complete brackets from the tournament and the other two district tournaments conducted thus far can be found HERE.

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