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#ORLDailyRdp: February 10

ORLANDO — In the duals finale for both teams and regular-season finale for host Timber Creek, visiting Merritt Island flexed its muscie in a 48-28 win over the Wolfpack Thursday night.

The coastal visitors — not too far removed from an FHSAA 2A state semifinal appearance — swept each weight between 126 and 160 in taking the win.

As for the Wolfpack (3-4 in duals for the season), Jean Vazquez (113), Trenton Dominguez (120) and Peter Nesheiwat (285) all won by fall, with Dennis Proulx (170) taking a 12-4 major. Timber Creek also won by forfeit at 220.

The Wolfpack will be at 3A-District 3 competition, hosted by Hagerty, on Wednesday.

Space Coast 52, Lake Mary 15: At Space Coast, the visiting Rams put first points on the board, taking early leads of 3-0 and 9-6, but a 22-0 run from the Vipers gave the hosts a lead they would not relinquish.

Nick Ghezzi (152) took a first-period fall for Lake Mary (season record unknown), while Alex Chesloff (132) started the dual with a 12-6 decision. The Rams also won by forfeit at 220.

The Rams’ regular season was complete with that dual. Lake Mary will next be at Buchholz on Friday for 3A-District 2 competition.

Missing: Strictly speaking, there’s still a couple of hours for inclusion of the information between Lake Howell and Winter Springs, which also was contested Thursday night — if it’s received by 6 p.m. ET.

Box scores for all of these duals can be found HERE.

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#NEDailyRdp: February 10

FERNANDINA BEACH — In the regular-season finale for all four teams Thursday night, host Fernandina Beach sent off its seniors with three thumping dual victories.

The Pirates (15-8 in duals for the season) lost just four contested matches in taking victories over Ed White (64-9), Orange Park (64-8) and Atlantic Coast (77-0).

Orange Park (8-17) won a pair of duals, with a 31-6 win over Atlantic Coast in round 1 and a 22-12 victory over Ed White in round 3. The Commanders turned back the Stingrays (both Duval teams’ season records unknown), 30-12, in round 2.

Triple winners for the Pirates were Luke Gray (106), Cael Kubatzke (120, pin), Caden Kubatzke (126, 2 pins), Nik Saldana (132, major), Dietrich Woods (138, pin), Cole Misciagna (145), Enzo Gamba (160, pin/tech/major), Lucas Crawford (182, 2 pins) and Gabriel Martinez (285).

Henry McDuffy (170, pin), Gauge Housley (195, pin) and Peyton White (220, pin) each won twice for Fernandina Beach.

For Orange Park, Geoffrey Jules-Delice (195/220, 2 pins & tech) was the lone triple winner. Braden Owenby (126), Dionne Hall (132/138, decision), Trevion Sermons (160/170, tech & major), Cevan Broughton (152/160/170, pin & decision) and Tyson Cruz (182, pin) each were 2-1 for the Raiders.

Demarkus Raysor (220, pin & decision) was Ed White’s lone triple-winner. Darien Hookfin (160, 2 pins) added a two-victory night for the Commanders. For Atlantic Coast, ArJun Lamba (113/120) was the only wrestler to go 2-1.

New Smyrna Beach 60, Seabreeze 18: In a matchup of 5 Star Conference and FHSAA region qualifiers at New Smyrna Beach, the hosts put on a rout on their Senior Night, winning every match from 152 on up top.

Beau Laye (113), Jamey Bruner (126), Jace Engberg (138), Justis Chandler (152), Thomas Connell (170), Dylon York (195) and Austin Mitchum (220) all won by fall for the Barracudas (22-7). NSB also won by forfeit at 160, 182 and 285.

Seabreeze (season record unknown) picked up pins from William Sites (106), Joseph Kent (132) and Hayden Herndon (145).

Both teams go back into action on Wednesday, with New Smyrna Beach looking to defend its 2A-District 4 IBT crown at Matanzas, and Seabreeze going to Mt Dora for the 1A-District 6 event that same day.

Buchholz 42, Columbia 32: At Buchholz, the Bobcats (9-4) were able to send off their seniors with a winning note.

Jedidiah Brown (126), Venumadhava Mirel (132), Laine Slayton (138), Aiden Moore (152) and Jamari Chisolm (195) all won by fall for Buchholz, which got forfeit victories at 120 and 170 as well.

Columbia (4-6), which was joined by a few wrestlers from Forest, picked up pins by Kevin Fink (113), Caleb Jones (160) and Shawn Raggins (220), with Joseph Rice taking a 4-3 decision at 182.

Forest victories for the Tigers’ cause were secured by Jeffery Toribio (145) and Cane Fernandez (285), both by pin.

Buchholz and Forest will both be at the 3A-District 2 IBT, with the Bobcats hosting, on February 18. Columbia hosts the 2A-District 2 IBT event on Wednesday.

Box scores for all of these duals can be found HERE.

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#NWDailyRdp: February 10

CRAWFORDVILLE — In what has become the traditional regular-season finale for both teams, Wakulla finished its Senior Night on an up note, with a 41-29 dual victory over Lincoln Thursday night.

The key stretch for the War Eagles (12-2 in duals for the season) came between 126 and 182, as Wakulla won all but one match during those weights, outscoring the Trojans 36-6 during that group.

Juan Jimenez (126), Nate Jacobs (132), Hayden Reeves (145) and Tyler Edenfield (182) each won by fall during that stretch, with Jae T Thaxton (15-0 in 4:59 at 160) adding a tech fall and Isaiah Wilson (11-2 at 138) a major decision.

Daniel Brattain (11-5 at 170) picked up a decision victory during that group of weights, with Julian Harvey (29-13 in 5:11 at 106) also adding a technical-fall win.

Lincoln (4-2) largely controlled at the book ends, with Omarion LaRoach (220) and Nic Weaver (285) picking up pins. Cayden Bevis (26-11 in 2 minutes) had a first-period TF for the Trojans, with Vaniel Caceres (18-10 at 113) and Jashawn Washington (11-3 at 120) also scoring bonus-point wins in the lowers. Connor Edwards (152) won by fall to put a brief dent in Wakulla’s run in the middle.

Both teams’ regular seasons are now complete, and both teams will travel for district competition. Lincoln will go to Columbia for the 2A-District 2 IBT on Wednesday, while Wakulla will compete in the 1A-District 2 IBT at Suwannee on February 18.

Mosley 64, Bozeman 12: At Mosley in an in-school dual among former district rivals, the Dolphins took advantage of six forfeit wins, but won a majority of contested matches as well.

Kyle Mahler (113), Landon Jacobs (145), John Mengel (170) and Nicholas Bacot (285) all won by pin for Mosley (3-3), with Sebastian Schultz taking a 22-12 major at 132. The Dolphins also won by forfeit at 106, 120, 126, 160, 182 and 195.

Bozeman (unknown season record) got one contested win, as Asher Burris (220) won by fall. The Bucks also got a forfeit victory at 138.

Both teams’ regular seasons are complete, with Mosley going to the 2A-District 1 IBT at Ft Walton Beach on Wednesday. Bozeman will travel to Wewahitchka for the 1A-District 1 event, staging on Thursday.

Box scores from both duals can be found HERE.

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#NEDailyRdp: February 9

NEPTUNE BEACH — Paul Schloth was Fletcher’s assistant coach two years ago and head coach last year.

Now back in charge at Bishop Kenny, which he left to go to Fletcher after the 2018-19 season, Schloth made his first re-appearance on the island Wednesday night, and his group did not disappoint, taking down the host Senators, 49-23, on Fletcher’s Senior Night.

Things were back-and-forth in the dual early on, but the Crusaders (8-4 in duals for the season) broke things open up top with a 28-0 run between 170 and 285, with pins from Max Thallemer (182), Michael Bagan (195) and Kevin Thallemer (285), a 14-3 major from Luke Ghannam at 170 and a forfeit win at 220.

Allan Bustos (126), Paul Barakat (145) and Jacob Harless (113) each added pins, along with an 11-5 win from Jack Raynor (138), prior to and after the run for Bishop Kenny.

For Fletcher (24-11), the Senators gained pins from seniors Ryden Ashmore (120) and Christopher Strong (152), with majors from Cole O’Brien (11-1 at 132) and Landon Locantora (12-2 at 106), plus an 8-3 win from Josh Daltro (160) in the dual’s marquee match of the night.

Both teams’ regular seasons are now complete. Bishop Kenny will be up first in district IBT competition along with the rest of 1A-District 3 on Tuesday at University Christian, while Fletcher will be favored to defend its 2A-District 3 title on the 17th at Westside.

Middleburg 42, St Augustine 27: At Middleburg, the Broncos’ fuller lineup helped significantly, as the hosts won five matches by forfeit.

Logan Moore (145) and Tucker Cody (220) took the Broncos’ contested victories, both of them by fall. Middleburg (15-11) also won by forfeit at 126, 138, 182, 106 and 113.

St Augustine (unknown season record) picked up pins from Wilson Nguyen (132), Brayden Lovingood (160) and Jaquan Whitty (285), with Christian Jackson taking a 13-9 win at 152. The Yellow Jackets also had a forfeit victory at 170.

Both teams’ regular seasons are complete, and both are back in action on the 16th, with Middleburg going to 2A-District 2 IBT competition at Columbia and St Augustine visiting Matanzas for 2A-District 4 tournament action.

DeLand 63, Cypress Creek 18: The host Bulldogs (20-5) rolled up a solid win against their former region rivals on Senior Night, racking up 11 wins, nine by fall, during competition.

Falls from Victor Hopton (106), Grady Bryant (113), Kellen Chapman (126), Joshua Folsom (132), Mathias Franz (138), Lane Wishart (145), Noah Falk (160), Paul Derosby (170) and Gavin Rodriguez-Cayro (182) were recorded, with Phoenix Krauth (120) taking a 13-8 decision win. DeLand also had a win by forfeit at 220.

The Bulldogs’ regular season is now complete; DeLand will next compete in the 3A-District 2 IBT at Buchholz on the 18th.

Nease 67, Ponte Vedra 12: The host St Johns Panthers (18-8) broke open a 6-6 tie with six straight wins, rolling up a 31-0 lead and never looked back.

Jaiden Zajni (106), Jason Choi (113), Lucian Slayden (126), Gunnison Jones (152) and Bam Ghazanfari (160) all won by fall for Nease, who got a 10-2 major at 138 from Mateos Zajni and a 9-2 decision from Parker Stamschror (132). The Panthers also won by forfeit at 220, 120, 170, 182 and 195.

Ponte Vedra (4-19) got its points by fall, with pins from Nathanial Heun (285) and Bryson Hubbard (145).

Both of the St Johns County rivals’ regular seasons are complete. Nease is off until the 3A-Dstrict 1 IBT on the 16th, while Ponte Vedra will compete in 2A-District 3 IBT competition the next day.

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

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#ORLDailyRdp: February 9

ORLANDO — Evans wrapped up its dual season with a Senior Night home win over Lake Buena Vista, 42-27.

The Trojans (2-6 in duals for the season) gave up just three contested wins to the visitors, taking six contested wins — all by fall — for themselves.

Evans recorded pins from Jaylen Clayton (126), Jadon Neston (138), Edwin Guzman (170), Edward Clayton (182), Kevin Gustave (220) and Jermael Paul (285), with a forfeit victory at 152.

The Trojans have one more event on their calendar, going to 3A-District 4 rival Ocoee’s one-day IBT on Saturday before congregating at Apopka for the district meet on the 19th.

A box score from Wednesday’s dual, and the rest of the reported duals in Region 1, can be found HERE.

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#NEDailyRdp: February 8

LAKE BUTLER — Fresh off a runnerup finish in last weekend’s 23rd annual Clay Rotary, Buchholz kept up solid momentum Tuesday night in taking down host Union County, 52-24, in the Tigers’ Senior Night.

The bookends of the dual belonged to the Bobcats (8-4 in duals for the season, as they swept 182 through 285, and five of the first six lower weights as well.

Jun Jie Zheng (106), Hunter Steinmann (113), Venumadhava Mirel (132), Laine Slayton (138), Aiden Moore (152) and Jamari Chisolm (195) each won by fall, with Kason Nichols (182) contributing a 16-3 major. Buchholz also took forfeit victories at 220 and 285.

Union County (season record unknown due to missing dual from last week) contended well in the middle portions of the lineup, with falls from Ethan Shea (145), Caleb Crawford (160) and Colin Hadlock (170), plus a forfeit victory at 126.

Buchholz has one more dual on the docket against Columbia (not sure at this writing whether that dual is today or Friday; inquiries were made), while Union County’s regular season is complete. The Tigers will next be at the 1A-District 4 IBT next week on the 16th, at Clay.

Mainland sweeps quad: At Mainland, the Buccaneers were able take a sweep of the competition, but just barely, as criteria (most forfeit wins) determined a winner in the final round against Seabreeze, 43-42.

Earlier, Mainland (11-13 in duals) took double-digit wins over Florida Deaf & Blind (52-24) and Atlantic (42-6). Seabreeze (unknown season record had wins over those same teams (54-6 over Atlantic, 60-6 over Florida Deaf & Blind), with the Dragons winning their first dual of the season (1-8 on the year) in the final round, 48-18, over Atlantic.

Triple winners for Mainland were Brian Harris (132/138, 2 pins & decision), Sam Ayodele (152/160, pin), Nico Rivera (182/195, pin) and Robert Snodgrass (285). Kaleb Alexander (145/152, pin & decision), Kalyb Evans (170, pin) and Jeffery Turner (220, pin) were each 2-1 on the night.

For Seabreeze, William Sites (106), River Gray (113, 2 pins), Wyatt Sites (126, pin), Joseph Kent (132, 2 pins & major), Hayden Herndon (145, 3 pins), Jackson Pruett (195, 2 pins) and Pedro Sierra-Bonilla (220, 2 pins) all were 3-0 on the night, with David Kelley (138, pin) and Aiden Hedge (152, pin) both winning twice.

The Dragons saw a triple-win effort from Alexander Bishop (120/126), with Dino Jeudy (113) and Khayree Lofton (120/126) each taking two victories on the night.

Florida Deaf & Blind’s regular season is concluded; the Dragons will next be at Clay for the 1A-District 4 IBT. Seabreeze goes back on the mat Thursday night, traveling to New Smyrna Beach for a single dual, while Mainland will be at Space Coast’s SC Roundrobin on Saturday.

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#NEDailyRdp: February 7

ORANGE CITY — 3A-District 2 rivals University (Orange City) and Seminole closed out their dual seasons Monday night, as the Titans took a 40-35 victory.

The host Titans (5-14 in duals) held an advantage in the bookends of the lineup with a fuller lineup, taking forfeits at 106, 113, 182 and 195. Cooper Braden (152) and Rubens Joseph (220) each won by fall for UOC, with Drake Alban adding a 10-0 major at 120.

Most of Seminole’s points came in the middle, with pins from Ryan Culbertson (132), Abdelkrin Salomon (220), Wordner Edoward (170) and Jevelle Johnson (285), plus a tech fall (15-0 in 3:48) from Benjamin Buhring at 160. The Noles (season record unknown) also won by forfeit at 145.

University (Orange City) has one more event on its calendar, going to Ocoee’s one-day Mat Classic IBT on Saturday. Seminole’s boys regular season is complete, according to its Track schedule, and the Noles will return to competition on February 18 with the 3A-District 2 IBT at Buchholz.

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

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#NEDailyRdp: February 3

LIVE OAK — Suwannee and Columbia were able to reconvene their Battle for the Paddle rivalry dual Thursday night, before both teams headed separately over to different parts of the Gulf region to compete in tournaments over the weekend.

In a night that doubled for the Bulldogs as their Senior Night, Suwannee was able to use its fuller lineup to greater advantage, taking a 60-18 home victory.

The Bulldogs (34-9 in duals at the time this was contested) also won a majority of the contested matches on tap, with pins from Eli Jolicoeur (106), Topher Pearson (113), Brody Boehm (126), Austin McKinney (132), Trevor Tanner (145) and Tyson Musgrove (160).

Suwannee also won by forfeit at 138, 152, 195 and 220.

Columbia (4-5) had three pins on the night, from Kevin Fink (120), Joseph Rice (170) and Jayden Drew (182).

Suwannee competed at the two-day Hudson Duals on Friday & Saturday, while Columbia was at Lake Gibson’s Braves Invitational IBT on those same days. Those events have already been reported separately on our site.

Bishop Kenny 72, Bolles 12: At Bolles on the Bulldogs’ Senior Night, the visiting Crusaders (7-4) rolled up 12 wins, including 10 by forfeit, against a short-handed host group.

Christopher Hampton (132) and Jack Raynor (138) won by fall for Bishop Kenny, which also took forfeits at 106, 113, 126, 145, 152, 160, 170, 182, 195 and 220.

For Bolles (season record unknown), seniors Jack Pyburn (285) and Jacob Witt (120) won by fall for the Bulldogs’ points.

The two teams reconvened at Clay on Friday for the two-day 23rd annual Rotary IBT (story forthcoming).

A box score from Thursday’s duals can be found HERE.

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#NWDailyRdp: February 3

PANAMA CITY — As a tuneup for last Saturday’s Spearfish IBT (story forthcoming on that event), 1A-District 1 rivals Rocky Bayou Christian & Bozeman met on Thursday night.

And the Knights’ fuller lineup wound up ultimately prevailing, as Rocky Bayou Christian took a 60-12 victory over the host Bucks.

RBCS took pins from Wyatt Moore (106), Thomas Pluhar (113), Elijah Chapman (126), Luke Latham (132), Peyton Andersen (170) and Jeremiah O’Sullivan (220), with forfeit wins at 138, 145, 160 and 182.

Bozeman’s lone contested win came by fall by Morgan Duvall (120), with a forfeit win to the Bucks at 285.

A box score from Thursday’s dual can be found HERE.

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#NEDailyRdp: February 2

NEW SMYRNA BEACH — It’s not all that often in the north that a pair of final-eight finishers in the FHSAA state dual series meet up.

Particularly when those two are also in the same conference.

But that was the case Wednesday night, as 3A state semifinalist Flagler Palm Coast visited 2A-Region 1 runnerup New Smyrna Beach for a good scrap prior to Saturday’s return of the 5 Star Conference tournament at Seabreeze.

And the Bulldogs held the host Barracudas to just three contested victories in taking a 50-21 win, behind a 24-0 sweep between 152 and 195, with a pin, two forfeits and two decisions during that run.

Timothy McLean (106), John Hald (132), Marcelo Gonzalez (182) and Seth Davis (285) all won by fall for the Bulldogs (14-8), with Carson Baert (113) winning by second-period TF (16-1 in 4 minutes).

Kole Hannant (4-3 at 120), Felipe Costa (4-2 at 152) and Garrick Schwartz (12-7 at 195) each added decision victories for Flagler Palm Coast, which got forfeit wins at 160 and 170.

New Smyrna Beach (21-7) grabbed pins from Jamey Bruner (126), Jace Engberg (138) and a forfeit win at 145, with Austin Mitchum (220) winning by a 7-1 decision.

Deltona 48, Seabreeze 30: At Deltona, the Wolves (10-7) and Sandcrabs (record unknown) also got a 5 Star pre-tournament tuneup, with Deltona taking advantange of four Seabreeze forfeits to build a double-digit lead.

Nate Tsang (195), Dianna Pineda (106), Matt McCaw (145) and Noah Hancock (160) each won by pin for Deltona, which took forfeit victories at 285, 120, 126 and 132.

Seabreeze had falls from Pedro Sierra-Bonilla (220), Joseph Kent (138) and Hayden Herndon (152), with forfeit wins at 113 and 170.

Both the Wolves and Sandcrabs are off until Saturday, when they’ll reconvene at Seabreeze.

Vero Beach 56, Mainland 24: The Buccaneers (8-13) made the southern trip to prep for 5 Star, returning with four pins on the night.

Abby Couillard (106), Kaden Golder (126), Sam Ayodele (145) and Christian Singleton-Hudson (285) were pinners for Mainland.

The Buccaneers are now off until Saturday, with the short hop over to their intra-Daytona Beach rival for 5 Star.

Creekside 48, Oakleaf 19: At Creekside, the 3A-District 1 champ and runnerup faced off in one of their last regular-season calendar dates before the IBT post-season begins, as the St Johns Knights (18-3) overcame deficits of 7-0, 13-3 and 19-9 with an eight-match run between 113 and 160.

Oakleaf (15-5) jumped out early, with pins from Ben Gaddis (220) and Angel Rodriguez (106), an 18-8 major from Onjel Caraballo (182) and a 9-2 win from Bryant Taylor (170).

But Creekside got things cranked up starting particularly at 113, with their run of victories putting up 39 straight points. Justin Umali (120), Conner Wright (126), Colton Leavell (145), Lee Leavell (152) and Diego Rivera (160) all won by fall during the run, with Alexavier Panganiban (8-5 at 113), Chihaya Cook (7-4 at 132) and Keanan Sexton (11-4 at 138) taking decisions.

Earlier, Creekside got a fall from Dominic Deverteuil (285) and a 9-5 win at 195 from Eli Pagan.

Oakleaf will go to Clay’s two-day Rotary tournament on Friday, while Creekside’s schedule has it off until the 3A-District 1 tournament on February 16, at Oakleaf.

St Augustine 45, Tocoi Creek 36: At Tocoi Creek, the Yellow Jackets (unknown season record) applied mini-runs of 18-0 and 15-0 to take the road dual win.

Wilson Nguyen (132), Christian Jackson (152), Brayden Lovingood (160) and Jaquan Whitty (285) each took falls for St Augustine, with Khaled Gardner (195) earning a 4-0 decision. The Yellow Jackets had forfeit wins at 113, 145 and 220.

Tocoi Creek (4-11) answered with five forfeit victories (106, 120, 126, 138 and 170), with Ethan Anderson (182) winning by fall for the Toros’ lone contested victory.

Both teams are in action this weekend, with Tocoi Creek going to Rotary at Clay, while St Augustine heads to Lake Gibson for the two-day Braves Invitational IBT.

Episcopal tri-meet: Yulee swept to a pair of victories, with wins over Florida Deaf & Blind (57-18) and the host Eagles (45-34).

Double winners for the Hornets (10-2) were Lewis Duhan (113, pin), Austin Adamson (138, 2 pins), Dylan Johns (145, 2 pins), Jesse Johnson (160, pin), Alex Smith (182, decision), Christopher Aud (195, 2 pins) and Austin Hoyle (285, pin).

Josh Harris (106), Declan Sewell (120) and Michael McNair (152) took falls against the Dragons, while Braylen Ricks (220) won by pin over Episcopal.

For the Eagles (9-12), Turner Glenn (106/113, 2 pins), Scott Busey (120, 2 pins), Cohen Chesser (126, pin), Christian Ryan (132, 2 pins), Chance Wolffe (152, pin & major) and Brennan Doherty (170) all won twice.

Baylor Maurer (138), William Jackson (145), Matt Salek (195) and Maddox Davidson (220) each took falls against FSDB.

The Dragons (0-6) got a pin from Leonardo Tellez (220) against Yulee, with forfeit wins at 106 against Episcopal and at 126 against the Hornets.

Yulee is at the 1A-District 3 meet on February 15, while Episcopal will be at Clay’s Rotary tournament starting Friday. FSDB is off until Tuesday’s quad dual meet at Mainland. Action photos from Wednesday night’s Yulee/Episcopal dual can be found on nflamatmen, the Matmen Instagram page.

Missing: We did not receive any part of the quad meet scheduled at Riverside for this date, nor did we receive the University (Orange City) dual scoresheet with Atlantic.

Box scores for the reported duals can be found HERE.

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