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#NWDailyRdp: January 27

TALLAHASSEE — Not all Senior Nights go the home side’s way.

Thursday night at Florida State University School, the host Seminoles, after breaking out to an early 9-0 lead against crosstown rival Chiles, couldn’t hold down the Timberwolves as they romped out to nine straight weight-class wins in a 60-15 win over Florida High.

Florida High (4-6 in duals for the season) gained that 9-0 early advantage thanks to Collin Bishop’s dual-opening shutout, 6-0, at 285, followed by a forfeit win at 106.

But eight pins and a decision later, the dual was well and truly clinched. Those eight falls were all back-to-back, with Sam Tolomeo (113), Everett Stewart (120), Garrett Marschka (126), Hunter Brown (132), Preston Scoggins (138), Jacob Johnston (145), Andrew Mullins (152) and Luke Pickels (160) stacking them up, followed by a 7-2 decision win for Kadis Nafal at 170 for the Timberwolves.

The Seminoles stopped the run with Xander Hawkes’ pin at 182, the lone pin that Florida High would get on the night, but Chiles (10-5) tacked on two more pins from the Elliotts, Cody (195) and Dillon (220), to close out the dual.

The two teams will reconvene on Friday afternoon at Wakulla for that team’s two day Big Bend Invitational IBT.

RESULTS: Box scores from Thursday night’s duals throughout Region 1 can be found HERE.

MISSING: We have a lot of missing results, from several teams around the coverage area, and we need YOUR help to clean that up. Please check out our SCHEDULE PAGE; if your school is listed as pending, or an event in which you took part is pending, see if your coach can send in your team’s part of that event. We will post results at any time of year, no matter how late they are when they are sent.

 

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#ORLDailyRdp: January 26

LONGWOOD — Wednesday night’s dual between former district rivals Lyman and Lake Mary might not have been the most highly-regarded dual on the docket in the Orlando area.

But it was the closest dual of the night, and had plenty of competitive moments besides, as the host Greyhounds held on for a 31-30 victory at home over their region rival, which was placed into District 2 this year.

Lyman (2-3 in duals for the season) picked up three pins on the night, with Cameron Popeck (132), Cameron Warner (138) and Jacob Zifferblatt (170) all winning by fall. Vincent Savelli added a 12-2 major at 160, with Haiden Williams-Marchetti securing a one-point win, 8-7, at 182. The Greyhounds also had a win by forfeit at 195.

For the Rams (1-4), Nick Ghezzi (145) and Dominic Kontogiannis (220) both secured pins, with Devean White (5-1 at 126) and Aden Eliason (5-2 at 152) winning by decisions. Lake Mary also picked up back-to-back forfeits at 113 and 120; combined with the decision at 126, that was a 15-point bounce for the Rams.

Lyman will travel to Palm Coast for Flagler Palm Coast’s Flagler Rotary, a two-day IBT< starting on Friday, while Lake Mary is off until February 1, when the Rams face Apopka.

Hagerty 56, Oviedo 15: At Hagerty for the Huskies’ Senior Night, the hosts never trailed and held a double-digit lead for the final nine weights of the dual.

Hagerty (28-9) picked up pins from Hunter Tate (195), Thad Elam (220), Lochlann Higgins (113), Carson Greenier (120), Jada Llamido (145), Kamdon Harrison (170) and Ethan Gomez (182). Blake Watts (160) added a 20-5 tech fall, racking up decision wins from Landon Revis (4-0 at 285), Megan Kaplan (15-12 at 126) and David Mejia (138).

Jordan Jones had the lone fall of the night for the Lions (12-15), with Johnathan Dishman pitching a 7-0 shutout at 132. Oviedo also won by forfeit at 106.

Hagerty will be at Flagler Rotary this weekend, while Oviedo will be at Timber Creek’s Wolfpack Invitational on Saturday.

Winter Park 42, Evans 22: At Winter Park, the hosts’ fuller lineup proved key, but the Wildcats won a majority of contested matches as well in the matchup of Metro Conference rivals.

Atzin Bazan (152), Tristen Carbonell (170) and Liam Glassmeyer (220) all won by fall for Winter Park (unknown season record), while Noel Marrero (6-1 at 138) and Teddy Barry (5-0 at 160) each took decisions for the Wildcats. Winter Park also won by forfeit at 106, 120 and 195.

For Evans (1-5), the Trojans got pins from Jaylen Clayton (126), Edward Clayton (182) and Jermael Paul (285), with Tyran Schanck taking a 13-0 major at 145.

Winter Park is now off until February 4, when the Wildcats will host the Metro Conference tournament, while Evans will go back on the mats for Wolfpack on Saturday.

Freedom 59, Timber Creek 18: At Freedom, the hosts won every match from 138 through 170 in securing the dual.

Timber Creek (3-3) got pins from Aiden Benson (132) and Dennis Proulx (182), with Trenton Dominguez (6-1 at 113) and Peter Nesheiwat (5-3 at 285) both securing decisions.

The Wolfpack will host Saturday’s one-day IBT at Timber Creek HS.

Not Reported: We did not receive a report on Windermere’s Senior Night dual against Horizon. We gave participating teams in the Lake Brantley Brawl (including Lake Howell, Wekiva and West Orange as well as the Trojans) an additional day to pull together win-loss records for their individuals in the evening roundrobin event.

RESULTS: Box scores from Wednesday night’s duals throughout Region 1 can be found HERE.

MISSING: We have a lot of missing results, from several teams around the coverage area, and we need YOUR help to clean that up. Please check out our SCHEDULE PAGE; if your school is listed as pending, or an event in which you took part is pending, see if your coach can send in your team’s part of that event. We will post results at any time of year, no matter how late they are when they are sent.

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#NEDailyRdp: January 26

PALM COAST — In the annual battle to sort out bragging rights in Flagler County, host Flagler Palm Coast’s power up top reigned supreme Wednesday night

In the Bulldogs’ first competition since 3A state duals, FPC (13-8 in duals for the season) broke open a tight dual with Matanzas behind seven straight wins between 160 and 106, going on for a 59-12 dual victory at FPCHS.

Flagler Palm Coast got out to a 16-0 lead behind a forfeit win at 113 and bonus points added by Kole Hannant (9-1 major at 120) and John Hald (fall at 126).

Matanzas (12-12) had a win by forfeit at 132 and Henson White’s 11-7 decision at 138 to cut the lead to single digits, 16-9. At 145, the Bulldogs’ Felipe Costa grabbed a 22-10 major, but the Pirates cut the dual deficit to 20-12 on Tyson Mills’ 6-4 win at 152.

After that, though, it was all Flagler, with six pins from Bryce Dodge (160), Marcelo Gonzalez (182), Garrick Schwartz (195), Dalton Schell (220), Seth Davis (285) and Timothy McLean (106), plus a 4-2 win from Blane DeFord at 170.

Both teams will be at the Bulldogs’ Flagler Rotary, which starts Friday at FPCHS.

Deltona 63, Atlantic 6: At Deltona, the hosts celebrated Senior Night with a majority of the contested wins and eight forfeit wins against a very short-handed Sharks side.

Matt McCaw (145) won by fall and Zane Hair (6-0 at 152) won by decision for the Wolves (9-8).

Deltona will also be at Flagler Rotary this weekend.

Heritage 40, New Smyrna Beach 33: At New Smyrna Beach, in a battle of strong middles, the visitors had the upper hand down the stretch, with three bonus-point wins in the final four matches to rally back for the win.

The Barracudas (15-4) got pins from Dylon York (195), Austin Mitchum (220), Jonathon Bruner (120), Jamey Bruner (126) and Jace Engberg (145), plus a 12-10 win from Sawyer Vanrider at 182.

New Smyrna Beach will trek southwest to Punta Gorda and Charlotte’s two-day Gene Gorman Showcase duals events starting on Friday.

Bishop Kenny 46, Fernandina Beach 30: At Bishop Kenny, pins from Paul Barakat (145) and Roberto Cuartero (152) secured the win in a dual that was closer than the final score looked.

Luke Ghannam (170) and Allan Bustos (126) added pins, with Michael Bagan taking an 11-3 major at 195 for the Crusaders (6-4), who had three forfeits in hand at 220, 285 and 113.

The Pirates (12-7) led early on Lucas Crawford’s fall at 182 and Enzo Gamba’s 6-1 win at 160, with pins from Luke Gray (106), Cael Kubatzke (120), Caden Kubatzke (132) and Dietrich Woods’ 6-2 win at 138 cutting BKHS’ lead to four with two matches left.

Bishop Kenny will travel to Wakulla this weekend for the MyHOUSE Big Bend Invitational starting Friday, while Fernandina Beach is now off until Arnold’s Spearfish IBT on February 5.

Pedro Menendez 54, FSDB 18: At Menendez, the host Falcons won all of the contested matches against their in-town rivals.

Logan Geist (113), Luke Johnson (132), Logan Meehan (138), Archer Bosick (145), Hunter Martin (152), Jared Howard (182), Charles Hadley (195) and Emry Hunt (220) all won by fall for Pedro Menendez (unknown season record).

FSDB (0-4) scored all of its points via forfeit victories at 106, 120 and 126.

Pedro Menendez will join several of the other teams noted above in the Flagler Rotary this weekend, while FSDB is off until February 8, when the Dragons will go to Mainland’s quad meet.

Seminole 42, Mainland 18: At Mainland, the visitors won every weight class between 132 and 220, where either team had a participant.

The Noles (season record unknown) got pins from Ryan Culbertson (132), Abdelkrin Salomon (138), Benjamin Buhring (160), William James (170) and Ricci Todd (195), plus decisions from Robert Markey (7-1 at 145) and Desmond Harris (4-1 at 220), plus a forfeit win at 113.

For the Buccaneers (8-12), Kaden Golder (120) and Alex Shallop (285) both won by fall, with a forfeit win at 106.

Mainland will be at Flagler Rotary this weekend, while Seminole is off until Saturday, when the Noles go to Poinciana’s War Eagle IBT.

DeLand 66, Edgewater 3: The Bulldogs (19-5 in duals) won all but one contested match at home.

Mathias Franz (132), Joshua Folsom (138), Zane Canada (152), Noah Falk (160), Paul Derosby (170) and Gavin Rodriguez-Cayro (182) all won by fall for DeLand, which got forfeit wins at 106, 120, 126, 145 and 285.

The Bulldogs will also be at Flagler Rotary this weekend.

RESULTS: Box scores from Wednesday night’s duals throughout Region 1 can be found HERE.

MISSING: We have a lot of missing results, from several teams around the coverage area, and we need YOUR help to clean that up. Please check out our SCHEDULE PAGE; if your school is listed as pending, or an event in which you took part is pending, see if your coach can send in your team’s part of that event. We will post results at any time of year, no matter how late they are when they are sent.

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#NWDailyRdp: January 26

PANAMA CITY — In a matchup of former district rivals, visiting Arnold won every contested match but one in taking a 39-24 victory over Rutherford Wednesday night.

The Marlins, in overcoming a 24-0 deficit, picked up pins from Eimantas Skirius (285), Jayden Brown (106), Zachary Wootton (120) and Alexander Neisler (132, in a dual-clinching fall), plus a 9-5 win at 138 from Braxton Cook. Arnold also received forfeit victories at 195 and 113.

The host Rams got a fall from Wyatt Griffin in the dual’s first contested match, at 145, with back-to-back-to-back forfeit victories at 152, 160 and 170 to go up 24-0.

Arnold is now off until the Marlins host the Spearfish Invitational on February 5, while Rutherford swings back into action this weekend at Wakulla’s MyHOUSE Big Bend Invitational, a two-day IBT starting Friday.

Tate 46, Crestview 36: At Tate on the Aggies’ Alumni Night, the hosts created a successful evening behind seven contested victories and a win by forfeit.

Lahela Grady (120), Caden Graham (138), Caiden Stone (145), Carson White (152), Jacob Turner (195) and Landen George (220) all won by fall for Tate (7-14 in duals for the season), with Julian Agosto posting a 9-1 major decision at 113 for the Aggies.

Crestview (4-8) had four wins by pin from Gary Gessendoff (126), Landon Brown (132), Layne Franks (170) and Salvador Gallegos (182), with forfeits at the bookends of the lineup, 106 and 285.

Both teams are in action this weekend, with Tate at Pace’s one-day tournament on Saturday and Crestview at Wakulla’s Big Bend Invitational starting Friday.

 

RESULTS: Box scores from Wednesday night’s duals throughout Region 1 can be found HERE.

MISSING: We have a lot of missing results, from several teams around the coverage area, and we need YOUR help to clean that up. Please check out our SCHEDULE PAGE; if your school is listed as pending, or an event in which you took part is pending, see if your coach can send in your team’s part of that event. We will post results at any time of year, no matter how late they are when they are sent.

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#NWDailyRdp: January 25

NICEVILLE — In the lone Northwest dual scheduled for Tuesday night, Niceville’s seniors got a solid sendoff from the entire team in a 60-12 victory over 2A-District 1 rival Choctaw.

The Eagles (15-9 in duals for the season) got out to a fast start, rolling up a 42-0 kickoff to the dual behind pins from Bryce Travis (160), Ty Hawkins (170), Martin Black (182) and Harrisen Wall (195), with an injury-default win to JJ Martinez (145) and decisions from Aidan Kyllonen (6-0 at 152) and Asa Adams (a dual-clinching 9-8 win at 285), plus a forfeit at 220.

Choctaw (15-13) then picked up its points, thanks to a fall from Olivia Culpepper (106) and a forfeit win at 113.

The Eagles then closed out the night with a forfeit at 120, plus pins from Noah Jarvis (132) and Andreas Maldonado-Negron (138).

Both teams will reconvene Saturday at Pace’s one-day IBT event.

RESULTS: Box scores from Tuesday night’s duals throughout Region 1 can be found HERE.

MISSING: We have a lot of missing results, from several teams around the coverage area, and we need YOUR help to clean that up. Please check out our SCHEDULE PAGE; if your school is listed as pending, or an event in which you took part is pending, see if your coach can send in your team’s part of that event. We will post results at any time of year, no matter how late they are when they are sent.

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#NEDailyRdp: January 25

FERNANDINA BEACH — Rather than drive the whole way into Nassau County, the coastal-based Fletcher team used a mixture car and boat, taking the St Johns Ferry over to Fernandina Beach Tuesday night.

After traveling partially by sea, the Senators took care of business on land against the Pirates, overcoming a 21-4 deficit at one point to take a 34-30 victory.

The teams largely traded points in the first two weights, with Elisha Purdy’s 13-0 major for Fletcher giving the Senators a 4-3 edge after Cole Misciagna (145) had posted a 12-6 win for Fernandina Beach. The Pirates (12-7 in duals for the season) then took back-to-back-to-back pins via Enzo Gamba (160), Brooks Rohe (170) and Lucas Crawford (182) to go up, 21-4.

Fletcher (24-10) would get those 18 back, thanks to falls from Dylan Tate (195) and Logan Locantora (106), plus a forfeit win at 106. However, the Pirates regained the lead at 24-22 on Cael Kubatzke’s 7-3 at 120.

But the Senators had a couple more answers, putting away the dual with a 12-0 flurry on pins from Cole O’Brien (126) and Fred Saporita (132), with Saporita’s fall clinching the dual. The night ended with Dietrich Woods’ pin at 138 for Fernandina Beach.

Fernandina Beach goes right back on the mat Wednesday night with an away dual at Bishop Kenny, while Fletcher will be looking to defend its Gateway Conference title on Friday and Saturday at Sandalwood.

Land O’Lakes 51, Belleview 30: At Land O’Lakes, the visiting Diamondbacks (season record unknown) took five pins, including three in a row from 170 through 195, but a short-handed lineup hurt their chances against the hosts.

Zackery Young (120), Mark Willis (132), Cornelius Bentley-Greene (170), Eric McLaughlin (182) and Tate Trauthwein (195) all won by fall for Belleview, with the Diamondback upper weights closing out the dual on an up note.

Belleview is now off until Saturday, when it will host the one-day Diamondback Duals.

RESULTS: Box scores from Tuesday night’s dual can be found HERE.

MISSING: We have a lot of missing results, from several teams around the coverage area, and we need YOUR help to clean that up. Please check out our SCHEDULE PAGE; if your school is listed as pending, or an event in which you took part is pending, see if your coach can send in your team’s part of that event. We will post results at any time of year, no matter how late they are when they are sent.

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#NEDailyRdp: January 24

DELTONA — In a rare Monday night dual between 5 Star Conference opponents, the host Wolves swept all of the lower-weight matches and took enough upper-weight wins for a 51-30 win.

Deltona (8-8 in duals for the season) built a 39-0 advantage through the lower half of the lineup, with pins from Dianna Pineda (106), Austin Riis (113), Nicholas Conboy (120) and Kevin Kerns (132), plus a 9-4 decision from Jeffrey Root at 138 and forfeits at 126 and 145.

The Wolves tacked on two more wins up top on pins from Nate Tsang (195) and Nathan Hatch (285).

University (Orange City) (4-14) collected three pins on the night from Cooper Braden (152), Bryan Persinger (160) and Rubens Joseph (220), plus forfeit wins at 170 and 182.

The Wolves remain in host mode on Wednesday night, with Atlantic coming over in an intracounty matchup, while University (Orange City) is off until Friday and Flagler Palm Coast’s Flagler Rotary IBT.

RESULTS: A box score from Monday night’s dual can be found HERE.

 

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#NEDailyRdp: January 20

JACKSONVILLE — Yulee didn’t get a look at Bishop Kenny in a duals context during the FHSAA post-season run, as the Crusaders did not compete at districts earlier in the month.

Thursday night at BKHS, the visiting Hornets had to come from behind to secure a 42-36 win over the Crusaders, with five wins in the dual’s final six weights.

The teams engaged in some back-and-forth early momentum swings before the Crusaders (5-4) strung together back-to-back-to-back-to-back falls from 152 through 182 to build a 21-point lead, 36-15.

Logan Pugh (126), Dylan Johns (145), Alex Smith (182), Josh Harris (106) and Lewis Duhan (dual-winning pin at 113) all had falls for the Hornets, with Austin Adamson (8-4 at 138) and Christopher Aud (6-2 at 195) winning by decision. Yulee also got a forfeit win at 220.

Bishop Kenny secured falls from Noah Ossi (120), Christopher Hampton (132), Roberto Cuartero (152), Collin Hearn (160), Luke Ghannam (170) and Kevin Thallemer (285).

Yulee will be at Union County Tuesday night, while Bishop Kenny hosts Fernandina Beach Wednesday night.

DeLand 48, University (Orange City) 22*: At Orange City, in the annual Battle for the Chunk, the visiting Bulldogs (14-4 in duals at the time this was contested) won every contested match down low.

Victor Hopton (106), Kellen Chapman (126), Mathias Franz (138), Paul Derosby (170), Gavin Rodriguez-Cayro (182), Andrew Knowles (195) and Marion Smokes (220) all won by fall for DeLand, which got forfeit wins at 145.

For the Titans (4-13), Cooper Braden (152) and Rubens Joseph (285) took pins, with Bryan Persinger pitching a 9-0 shutout for a major at 160. UOC also got a forfeit win at 113.

DeLand was at Celebration’s Storm Front Duals on Saturday (see our related story), while UOC was at Deltona earlier this evening (check back for our box score and report).

* — Trackwrestling was hard to follow with this dual. This is the closest accounting I can provide based on what appears online.

Sebastian River tri-meet: Mainland split a pair of duals, with a 47-33 win over Centennial and a 48-36 loss to the hosts.

Double winners for Mainland (8-11) were Abby Couillard (106), Kaden Golder (126/132, pin & tech), Kalyb Evans (170, 2 pins), Josh Newman (195) and Alex Shallop (285, pin).

Sam Ayodele (145) won by fall in the Centennial victory, while Aiden West (113) took a pin in the loss to Sebastian River.

Mainland next hosts Seminole in a dual on Tuesday.

Palatka 37, Tocoi Creek 30: At Palatka, the Panthers overcame a 10-point deficit down the stretch on a pin from Brandon Lewis (138), a 19-4 TF from Mikade Harvey (132) and a forfeit at 126.

Johnson Session (152) added a pin and Curtis Clark (195) took a 10-8 win at 195, with forfeits at 220 and 106 for Palatka (unknown season record).

Tocoi Creek (4-10 in duals) got falls from Josh Gambill (160), Lawton Case (182) and Brielle Bibla (120), with forfeit wins at 285 and 113.

Palatka competed at the Parker Duals on Saturday (see our related story), while Tocoi Creek is off until February 1, when the Toros host St Augustine.

Results from Thursday’s duals can be found HERE.

MISSING: We have a lot of missing results, from several teams around the coverage area, and we need YOUR help to clean that up. Please check out our SCHEDULE PAGE; if your school is listed as pending, or an event in which you took part is pending, see if your coach can send in your team’s part of that event. We will post results at any time of year, no matter how late they are when they are sent.

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#NWDailyRdp: January 20

PANAMA CITY — In Thursday’s matchup of intracity teams and district rivals, North Bay Haven hammered out 12 weight-class wins to take a 70-12 win over crosstown rival Bozeman.

North Bay Haven (unknown season record) scored 10 pins or forfeits, with tech falls secured by Gavin Ricca (18-1 at 106) and Bodie Barlup (16-0 at 126).

Ben Leach (113), Zander Stillgess (120), Logan McAlister (220) and Kam D’Niroux (285) each won by fall for the Buccaneers, which took six additional wins by forfeit.

Bozeman’s points both came via fall, as Daniel Pierce (138) and William Groves (170) both took pins.

Both the Buccaneers and Bucks competed in the 3rd Annual George Mulligan Memorial tournament at Bay over the weekend.

Results from Thursday’s dual, and the others reported throughout Region 1 for that night, can be found HERE.

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#NEDailyRdp: January 19

NEPTUNE BEACH — In Wednesday’s lone tri-meet in the Northeast portion of the coverage area, it was Episcopal that escaped with two wins.

The Eagles (8-11 in duals for the season) first defeated Bolles (54-21), then later overcame host Fletcher, 42-33, following the Senators’ 60-12 dual win over the Bulldogs.

The final dual was back-and-forth with Fletcher (unknown season record) stringing together three straight victories from 145-160 to establish a 33-24 lead, only to have Episcopal pin out in the final three weights, 170 through 195, to rally back.

Double winners for Episcopal were Turner Glenn (106, pin), Cohen Chesser (132, decision), Brennan Doherty (170, pin), Hunter Luzar (182, pin), Christian McGarity (195, pin) and Kent Robinson (220). Scott Busey (120, decision) and Baylor Maurer (138, pin) both had contested victories in the Fletcher dual; the Eagles recorded eight forfeit wins against Bolles (unknown season record).

For the host Senators, Jimi Baur (113), Cole O’Brien (126/132, pin), Jackson McEachin (145, pin), Chris Strong (152) and Josh Daltro (160, decision) were double-winners. Toby Matson (285) added a contested win by fall in the Episcopal dual.

For Bolles, Jacob Witt (120, tech & decision), Denny Vohs (138, pin & major) and Jack Pyburn (285, pin & decision) all were double-winners.

Bolles and Episcopal are off now until weekend after next, when the Bulldogs will go to Flagler Palm Coast for the Flagler Rotary on January 28-29. On those same dates, Episcopal will be heading to Wakulla’s MyHOUSE Big Bend Invitational. Fletcher is first back on the mats, as it’ll head to Fernandina Beach on Tuesday.

Deltona 46, Mount Dora 27: At Mount Dora, the visitors (8-8 in duals) rolled to the double-digit win, allowing just two contested victories in a dual that wasn’t as close as the final score indicated.

Kevin Kerns (132) and Nathan Hatch (285) both won by fall for the Wolves, with Dianna Pineda (106) taking a 10-0 major decision. Deltona had five forfeit wins in the dual as well.

Next up for the Wolves will be a home dual with conference and county rival Atlantic on January 26.

Bartram Trail 48, Ridgeview 28: In St Johns, the hosts galloped out to a 21-4 lead and never trailed again.

Preston Pena (152), Aydan Nguyen (160), John McNames (170), Jacob George (195), Chase Newmans (106) and Ethan Vugman (126) all won by fall for the Bears (unknown season record), with Matthew Tayloe taking an 8-1 win at 145.

The Clay County Panthers (unknown season record) picked up pins from Raymond Goforth (182), Derrick Mosley (220) and Kaiden Tibbetts (132), with Blake Pu (138) kicking off the dual with a 12-1 major.

Bartram is now off until the Flagler Rotary, while Ridgeview will next compete at Timber Creek’s Wolfpack Invitational on January 29.

Creekside 59, Nease 15: At St Johns in a matchup of 3A-District 1 rivals, the hosts trailed, 9-6, at one point, before the St Johns Knights (17-3 in duals) went on a 37-0 run, closing out the dual with a 16-0 flurry at the end.

For Creekside, Conner Wright (126), Diego Rivera (160), Eli Pagan (195), Vincent Approbato (220), Andrew Feeks (106) and Alexavier Panganiban (113) all had pins, with majors coming from Nathan Manning (8-0 at 182) and Stephan Carrion (14-5 at 120), plus an 11-9 decision for Eddie Craig at 170.

The St Johns Panthers (17-8) got early contested wins from Parker Stamschror (fall at 132) and Mateos Zajni (10-3 win at 138) to build a 9-6 lead.

Both Creekside and Nease will be at the Flagler Rotary weekend after this coming one.

RESULTS: Box scores from Wednesday night’s duals can be found HERE.

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