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#TheSeason2021-22: Middleburg

We are once again compiling #TheSeason recaps.

We will sweep through each district, one at a time, until all 100 teams are completed. As we have no other sets of season records, we go to the next district with a random selection, which was Middleburg. Our records mostly match up, based on Track reporting and offling reporting sent to me. There was one missing set of results from the girls’ side.

MIDDLEBURG

You can see everything I have on the Broncos in 2021-22 here –>  21-22 RECORDS

Win/loss record: 15-12 in duals as reported.

Season in a nutshell:

  • T-5th at Capital City Classic, December 10-11 (17 teams).
  • 10th at Keystone Memorial, January 8 (25 teams).
  • 2nd at Paxon Invitational, January 22 (16 teams).
  • T-7th at Big Bend Invitational, January 28-29 (18 teams).
  • 3rd at Clay Rotary Invitational, February 4-5 (36 teams).
  • 5th at 2A-District 2 IBT, February 16 (8 teams).
  • 6th at 2A-Region 1 IBT, February 25-26 (33 teams).
  • T-55th at 2A State IBT, March 3-5 (80 teams).

GIRLS EVENTS

  • 18th at Lady Clash of Titans, December 3 (27 teams).
  • 10th at Ponte Vedra Girls IBT, December 11 (16 teams).
  • Tiger Roundrobin, December 18 (no team scores; unknown # of teams in event).
  • Girls’ Knockout Christmas Classic, December 27-28 (46 teams; no team scores).
  • 12th at Lady Rams Tournament of Champions, January 8 (18 teams).
  • 11th at Lady Pirate Classic, January 15 (13 teams).
  • 8th at Lyman Greyhound Invitational, January 22 (22 teams).
  • 2nd at District 2 IBT, February 10 (11 teams).
  • 13th at Region 1 IBT, February 18-19 (53 teams).
  • T-22nd at State IBT, March 3-5 (122 teams).

Missing event:

  • Beast of the Beach girls’ roundrobin, December 20-21 (not reported to Track).

Projected boys key returners (15+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Jackson Hornback (sophomore, 44-14 at 106, District 2 runnerup, Region 1 3rd, 1 match from state medal); Adam McGarvey (sophomore, 10-6 at 106/113, did not compete in post-season traditional); Grady Woodard (junior, 41-14 at 113, District 2 3rd, Region 1 3rd, 0-2 at states); Wyatt Leduc (sophomore, 35-9 at 120, District 2 runnerup, Region 1 runnerup, 0-2 at states); Caleb Eastwood (sophomore, 10-8 at 120/126, did not compete in post-season traditional); Thomas Stokes (senior, 10-11 at 126/132, did not compete in post-season traditional); Dylan Johns (junior, 22-21 at 132, District 2 6th); Logan Moore (senior, 35-18 at 138, District 2 runnerup, 1 match from states); Christian Hutchens (sophomore, 8-13 at 145, District 2 6th); Levi Smith (sophomore, 5-16 at 145/152, did not compete in post-season traditional); Aden Thornton (senior, 21-16 at 152, District 2 4th, 1-2 at Region 1); Logan Miller (sophomore, 4-12 at 170, did not compete in post-season traditional); Austin Cruce (junior, 28-12 at 182, did not compete in post-season traditional); River Barlow (sophomore, 8-18 at 182/195, did not compete in post-season traditional); Tucker Cody (junior, 30-13 at 220, District 2 3rd, 1-2 at Region 1); Bryce Meldrum (senior, 5-11 at 285, District 2 4th, did not compete at regions).

Projected girls key returners (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Gracie Bradshaw (senior, 24-11 at 110, District 2 champ, Region 1 3rd, state 8th); Cheyenne Cruce (sophomore, 25-14 at 190, District 2 champ, Region 1 3rd, state 4th).

Projected losses (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season) via graduation unless otherwise noted: Riley Girgis (31-6 at 126, District 2 runnerup, Region 2 runnerup, 1 match from state medal).

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#TheSeason2021-22: Terry Parker

We are once again compiling #TheSeason recaps.

We will sweep through each district, one at a time, until all 100 teams are completed. As we have no other sets of season records, we go to the next district with a random selection, which was Terry Parker. Records shown here are mine as compiled from the season. There was one missing item from the Braves’ season.

TERRY PARKER

You can see everything I have on the Braves in 2021-22 here –>  21-22 RECORDS

Win/loss record: 7-18 in duals as reported.

Season in a nutshell:

  • 13th at Capital City Classic, December 10-11 (17 teams).
  • 24th at Keystone Memorial IBT, January 8 (25 teams).
  • 9th at Gateway Conference, January 28-29 (15 teams).
  • T-24th at Clay Rotary, February 4-5 (36 teams).
  • T-3rd at 2A-District 3 IBT, February 17 (8 teams).
  • 25th at 2A-Region 1 IBT, February 25-26 (33 teams).

Missing event:

  • Rest of Keystone Memorial duals, January 7

Projected boys key returners (15+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Shamar Jones (sophomore, 21-18 at 113, District 3 runnerup, 2-2 at Region 1); Anthony Laney (sophomore, 9-22 at 120, District 3 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Chris Wright (senior, 24-16 at 126, District 3 3rd, 0-2 at Region 1); Curnard Juluke (senior, 3-10 at 132, District 3 4th, did not compete at Region 1); Daniel Mays (junior, 15-21 at 138, District 3 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Jeff Brown (junior, 36-12 at 152, District 3 runnerup, 1-2 at Region 1); Justin Rangeloff (senior, 8-15 at 160, District 3 3rd, 0-2 at Region 1); Joel Hernandez (junior, 11-10 at 170, District 3 5th); Jamelle Brown (senior, 17-20 at 220, District 3 4th, 1-2 at Region 1); Kimore Gilchrist (senior, 7-8 at 285, did not compete in post-season traditional).

Projected losses (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season) via graduation unless otherwise noted: Jordan Larson (8-8 at 132, did not compete in post-season traditional).

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#TheSeason2021-22: Mainland

We are once again compiling #TheSeason recaps.

We will sweep through each district, one at a time, until all 100 teams are completed. As we have no other sets of season records, we go to the next district with a random selection, which was Mainland. Records are as compiled; adjustments were made to reflect what was reported to the traditional district host. Where a wrestler had 15+ matches and did not compete in the post-season traditional tournament, an asterisk has been noted next to that wrestler’s record.

MAINLAND

You can see everything I have on the Buccaneers in 2021-22 here –> 2021-22 RECORDS

Win/loss record: 11-13 in duals as reported.

Season in a nutshell:

  • T-9th at Amanda St John Memorial Holiday, December 18 (13 teams).
  • 11th at Hammer Invitational, December 21 (12 teams).
  • 4th at Marine Corps Challenge, January 8 (10 teams).
  • 31st at 36th Flagler Rotary, January 28-29 (33 teams).
  • 7th at 5 Star Conference, February 5 (8 teams).
  • 5th at 2A-District 4 IBT, February xx (7 teams).
  • 20th at 2A-Region 1 IBT, February 25-26 (33 teams).

GIRLS EVENTS

  • 4th at 2nd Annual Ponte Vedra Girls IBT, December 11 (16 teams).
  • 3rd at Inaugural Skyler White Girls Tournament, December 18 (18 teams).
  • 2nd at Lady Pirate Classic, January 15 (13 teams).
  • Inaugural Girls’ Flagler Rotary, January 28 (no team scores; unknown # of teams).
  • 3rd at District 3 IBT, February 9 (13 teams).
  • T-7th at Region 1 IBT, February 18-19 (53 teams).
  • T-16th at State IBT, March 3-5 (122 teams).

Projected boys key returners (15+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Aiden West (sophomore, 6-10* at 113, did not compete in post-season traditional); Kaden Golder (senior, 39-11 at 126, District 4 runnerup, 1 match from states); Brian Harris (senior, 30-16 at 132, District 4 4th, 1 match from states); Dasaniel Rodriguez-Andino (senior, 8-17 at 138, District 4 3rd, 1-2 at Region 1); Sam Ayodele (senior, 22-20 at 145, District 4 runnerup, 1-2 at Region 1); Isaiah White (senior, 21-18 at 152, District 4 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Josh Newman (senior, 18-17 at 195, District 4 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Alex Shallop (senior, 12-8 at 285, District 4 6th).

Projected girls key returners (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Jazlynn Golder (sophomore, 5-11 at 120, District 3 5th); Jah’Mya Hill (senior, 27-7 at 155, District 3 champ, Region 1 champ, state 4th); Trinya Tillman (junior, 9-19 at 170, District 3 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Eva Rojas (sophomore, 7-16 at 190, District 3 runnerup, 0-2 at Region 1); Cheyenne Wigley (junior, 24-9 at 235, District 3 champ, Region 1 3rd, state 7th); Katherine Meza-Perez (senior, 10-5* at 235, did not compete in post-season traditional).

Projected losses (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season) via graduation unless otherwise noted: Abby Couillard (28-12 at 100, District 3 champ, Region 1 3rd, 1 match from state medal); Kalyb Evans (14-9 at 170, District 4 4th, 1-2 at Region 1-injured); Nico Rivera (15-15 at 182, District 4 4th, did not compete at regions); Jeffery Turner (13-16 at 220, District 4 3rd, 0-2 at Region 1).

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Weekend Area Results

At Liberty County
Gator Cup Series I

Coverage-area champions

Elite Boys — 126: Jay Brown (Liberty Cty); 132-138: Hunter Brown (Liberty Cty); 145-152: Jae T Thaxton (Tm Wakulla); 160-170: Connor Edwards (Grappling House); 182-220: Malik Wilson (Black Hive); Scratch: Hunter Brown (Liberty Cty); Scratch2: Aaron Caquimbo (Tm Wakulla).

Elite Girls — 145-170: Cadence Lyons (Grappling House).

Cadet — 98-106: Seth Mleczynski (Black Hive); 113-132: Derrick Williams (Gulf Coast Grappling); 138: Brady Jackson (Tm Wakulla); 145-170: Nicholas Roeder (Florida High); 182-195: Matthew Tucker (Florida High); 220-285: Adleigh Caquimbo (Tm Wakulla); Scratch: Teerachood Mahawongnan (Emerald Coast).

Schoolboy — 75-90: Carson Muse (Crestview); 100-105: Gabriel Breen (Gulf Coast Grappling); 115-120: Mario Del Vecchio (Creeks); 130-140: Brady Jackson (Tm Wakulla); 150: Bear Siegal (Gulf Coast Grappling); 180-HWT: Alex Solorio (Gulf Coast Grappling).

Novice — 70-80: Landon Faulk (Gulf Coast Grapplers); 85-95: Matthew Thaxton (Tm Wakulla); 100-105: Kendal Haynie (Grappling House); Hwt: John Chancy (Tm Wakulla). Scratch2: John Gibbs (Coastline).

Midget — 85: Bear Wesolowski (Grappling House); 103-120: Ryker Ansloan (Black Hive).

Bantam — 55: Luke Blair (Crestview); 60: Luke Blair (Crestview); 65: Carey Wesolowski (Grappling House); 70-80: Landon Faulk (Gulf Coast Grapplers).

Tots — 40-45: Abel Wesolowski (Grappling House); Catch: Will Pafford (Tm Wakulla).

COMPLETE RESULTS HERE:  GATOR CUP SERIES I RESULTS

At Carolina Beach, NC
USAW Beach Nationals

Senior Men — 70 kg: 3. Nicholas Vugman (U of Florida).
14-under — 95-104: 1. Jasper Croom (Florida High).

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#TheSeason2021-22: Wewahitchka

We are once again compiling #TheSeason recaps.

We will sweep through each district, one at a time, until all 100 teams are completed. As we have no other sets of season records, we go to the next district with a random selection, which was Wewahitchka. Records are almost exact duplicates of what was reported to the district host, with very slightly deviations in one or two cases; girls’ records do reflect matches against both genders and not what was reported to district traditional host.

WEWAHITCHKA

You can see everything I have on the Gators in 2021-22 here –>  21-22 RECORDS

Win/loss record: 8-10 in duals as reported.

Season in a nutshell:

  • 17th at Border Wars IX, December 3-4 (21 teams).
  • 9th at Ryan Blackwell Invitational, December 11 (17 teams).
  • 9th at Gator Brawl, January 14-15 (17 teams).
  • 11th at 3rd Annual George Mulligan Memorial, January 21-22 (17 teams).
  • 13th at Big Bend Invitational, January 28-29 (18 teams).
  • 4th at Timberwolf RR, February 5 (8 teams).
  • 6th at 1A-District 1 IBT, February 17 (7 teams).
  • 21st at 1A-Region 1 IBT, February 25-26 (31 teams).

GIRLS EVENTS

  • 11th at Ponte Vedra Girls IBT, December 11 (16 teams).
  • Tiger Roundrobin, December 18 (no team scores; unknown # of teams).
  • 1st at District 1 IBT, February 9 (17 teams).
  • 11th at Region 1 IBT, February 18-19 (53 teams).
  • T-32nd at State IBT, March 3-5 (122 teams).

Missing girls event:

  • Beast of the Beach roundrobin, December 20-21 (not posted to Track).

Projected boys key returners (15+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Jake Parker (sophomore, 45-10 at 106, District 1 champ, 2-2 at Region 1); Tyler Johnson (freshman, 20-26 at 113, District 1 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Wesley Spencer (8th, 4-23 at 120, District 1 6th); Justin Johnson (senior, 33-21 at 126, District 1 4th, 1-2 at Region 1); Luke Bryan (8th, 1-10 at 132, 0-2 at District 1); Jarrett Spencer (junior, 18-25 at 145, District 1 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Conner Roberts (junior, 28-11 at 152, District 1 champ, 2-2 at Region 1); Brody Speegle (8th, 4-26 at 160, 0-2 at District 1); Joey Salerno (senior, 8-11 at 182, did not compete in post-season traditional); James Hardy (freshman, 5-13 at 220, District 1 3rd, 1-2 at Region 1).

Projected girls key returners (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Kameron Easter (8th, 13-24 at 100, District 1 runnerup, Region 1 4th, 0-2 at states); Zoey Sapp (8th, 5-17 at 105, District 1 3rd, 0-2 at Region 1); Taylor Angelino (8th, 6-17 at 110, District 1 4th, 1-2 at Region 1); Angel Williams (junior, 6-26 at 115, district runnerup, 1-2 at Region 1); Keeley Roberts (junior, 2-19 at 135, District 1 3rd, 1-2 at Region 1); McKenzie Hatcher (8th, 5-26 at 140, District 1 runnerup, 1-2 at Region 1).

Projected losses (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season) via graduation unless otherwise noted: Kaylee Easter (32-20 at 130, District 1 champ, Region 1 champ, state runnerup); Braxton Durden (10-16 at 195/220, did not compete in post-season traditional); Briceson Davis (23-30 at 285, District 1 3rd, 0-2 at Region 1).

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#TheSeason2021-22: Liberty County

We are once again compiling #TheSeason recaps.

We will sweep through each district, one at a time, until all 100 teams are completed. As we have no other sets of season records, we go to the next district with a random selection, which was Liberty County. Records are pretty close to what was reported at time of the FHSAA traditional series.

LIBERTY COUNTY

You can see everything I have on the Bulldogs in 2021-22 here     –>  2021-22 RECORDS

Win/loss record: 1-8 in duals as reported online.

Season in a nutshell:

  • T-7th at Cam Brown Seminole Classic, December 3-4 (12 teams).
  • 15th at Capital City Classic, December 10-11 (17 teams).
  • 9th at Gulf Shores (AL) Scramble, December 29-30 (13 teams).
  • 13th at Gator Brawl, January 14-15 (17 teams).
  • 13th at 3rd Annual George Mulligan Memorial, January 21-22 (17 teams).
  • 15th at Big Bend Invitational, January 28-29 (18 teams).
  • T-5th at Timberwolf Invitational XIII, February 5 (8 teams).
  • 5th at 1A-District 2 IBT, February 18 (6 teams).
  • 17th at 1A-Region 1 IBT, February 25-26 (31 teams).
  • T-58th at 1A State IBT, March 3-5 (72 teams).

Projected boys key returners (15+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Keaton Ellis (sophomore, 29-19 at 106, District 2 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Jay Brown (sophomore, 43-6 at 113, District 2 champ, Region 1 champ, 0-2 at states); Hunter Brown (junior, 32-20 at 120, District 2 3rd, 1-2 at Region 1); Scout Harr (junior, 14-30 at 285, District 2 3rd, 1-2 at Region 1).

Projected girls key returners (10+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Alyssa Daniels (sophomore, 8-17 at 220, did not compete in post-season traditional).

Projected losses (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season) via graduation unless otherwise noted: None.

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#TheSeason2021-22: Paxon

We are once again compiling #TheSeason recaps.

We will sweep through each district, one at a time, until all 100 teams are completed. As we have no other sets of season records, we go to the next district with a random selection, which was Paxon. Records are pretty close to what was reported at time of the FHSAA traditional series.

PAXON

You can see everything I have on the Golden Eagles in 2021-22 here –>  21-22 RECORDS

Win/loss record: 4-7 in duals as reported. We were missing two events on Paxon’s schedule in February.

Season in a nutshell:

  • T-7th at Marine Corps Challenge, January 8 (10 teams).
  • 12th at Wolfpack Challenge, January 15 (14 teams).
  • 11th at Paxon Invitational, January 22 (16 teams).
  • 10th at Gateway Conference, January 28-29 (15 teams).
  • 6th at 1A-District 3 IBT, February 15 (8 teams).
  • 22nd at 1A-Region 1 IBT, February 25-26 (31 teams).

Projected boys key returners (15+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Louis Eckels (junior, 11-11 at 106, District 3 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Naden Nile (junior, 7-14 at 138, District 3 5th); Michael Gold (junior, 5-13 at 145, District 3 6th); Brendan Lawson (junior, 14-15 at 152, District 3 runnerup, 1-2 at Region 1); Matthew Brunelli (senior, 19-12 at 195, District 3 3rd, 2-2 at Region 1); Joshua Lewis (junior, 1-12 at 220, District 3 6th).

Projected losses (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season) via graduation unless otherwise noted: David Kang (15-10 at 132, District 3 runnerup, 1-2 at Region 1); Khoi Nguyen (9-10 at 182, 0-2 at District 3).

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#TheSeason2021-22: Baker County

We are once again compiling #TheSeason recaps.

We will sweep through each district, one at a time, until all 100 teams are completed. As we have no other sets of season records, we go to the next district with a random selection, which was Baker County. Records as compiled are mine, but are pretty close to what was reported at time of the FHSAA traditional series.

BAKER COUNTY

You can see everything I have on the Wildcats in 2021-22 here –>  21-22 RECORDS

Win/loss record: 18-5 in duals as reported.

Season in a nutshell:

  • 13th at Clay Rotary, February 4-5 (36 teams).
  • 3rd at 1A-District 4 IBT, February 16 (10 teams).
  • 10th at 1A-Region 1 IBT, February 25-26 (31 teams).
  • T-38th at 1A State IBT, March 3-5 (72 teams).

GIRLS EVENTS:

  • Tiger Roundrobin, December 18 (unknown # of teams; no team scores available).
  • 8th at District 2 IBT, February 10 (11 teams).
  • T-34th at Region 1 IBT, February 19 (53 teams).

Projected boys key returners (15+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Jareb Lauramore (sophomore, 20-6 at 106, did not compete in post-season traditional); Brock Duncan (junior, 16-12 at 113, District 4 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Jonathon Walker (sophomore, 14-14 at 120, District 4 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Gavin Sparkman (sophomore, 12-15 at 126, District 4 6th); Joshua Carter (senior, 18-12 at 132, District 4 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Thomas Torres (senior, 8-15 at 138, District 4 6th); Richard Long (senior, 6-15 at 145, did not compete in post-season traditional); Rasean Rayam (senior, 23-9 at 152, District 4 3rd, 2-2 at Region 1); Cannon Wimpey (junior, 14-11 at 160, District 4 3rd, 1-2 at Region 1); Brian Sparkman (sophomore, 2-6 at 182, District 4 6th).

Projected girls key returners (10+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Makayla Johnson (junior, 13-5 at 110, District 2 runnerup, 1 match from states).

Projected losses (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season) via graduation unless otherwise noted: Savannah Powell (2-10 at 145, District 2 3rd, 1-2 at Region 1); Clayton Dennison (17-7 at 170, District 4 runnerup, 2-2 at Region 1); Toby Kinghorn (33-7 at 195, District 4 champ, Region 1 4th, state 6th); Ian Doyle (17-9 at 220, District 4 runnerup, 2-2 at Region 1); Chase Crews (22-10 at 285, District 4 4th, Region 1 4th, 1 match short of state medal).

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#TheSeason2021-22: Deltona

We are once again compiling #TheSeason recaps.

We will sweep through each district, one at a time, until all 100 teams are completed. As we have no other sets of season records, we go to the next district with a random selection, which was Deltona. Records are pretty close to what was reported at time of the FHSAA traditional series. This will wrap up 1A-District 6 as far as area teams go; we will use this spot for a couple of rounds to work in our independent teams in rounds 3 and 4.

DELTONA

You can see everything I have on the Wolves in 2021-22 here –>  21-22 RECORDS

Win/loss record: 10-8 in duals as reported.

TRADITIONALS:

  • T-10th at Clash of Titans, December 4 (16 teams).
  • 14th at Bradenton Battle, December 17-18 (26 teams).
  • 14th at Keystone Memorial, January 8 (25 teams).
  • 11th at Milton-Winter-Cousins Memorial, January 14-15 (19 teams).
  • 23rd at 36th Flagler Rotary, January 28-29 (33 teams).
  • 5th at 5 Star Conference, February 5 (8 teams).
  • 4th at 1A-District 6 IBT, February 16 (8 teams).
  • 12th at 1A-Region 2 IBT, February 25-26 (31 teams).
  • T-27th at 1A State IBT, March 3-5 (72 teams).

GIRLS EVENTS:

  • 20th at Lady Clash of Titans, December 3 (28 teams).
  • 12th at Johnny Rouse Girls IBT, December 16 (17 teams).
  • 9th at District 4 IBT, February 8 (12 teams).
  • T-23rd at Region 1 IBT, February 19 (53 teams).
  • 58th at State IBT, March 3-5 (122 teams).

Projected boys key returners (15+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Austin Riis (sophomore, 21-15 at 113, District 6 5th); Kyle Kerns (sophomore, 6-10 at 120, did not compete in post-season traditional); Kyle Yasses (junior, 32-19 at 126, District 6 3rd, 2-2 at Region 2); Kevin Kerns (senior, 48-11 at 132, District 6 champ, Region 2 3rd, state 5th); Matt McCaw (sophomore, 8-9 at 145, District 6 3rd, 1-2 at Region 2); Ruben Garcia (senior, 2-14 at 170, did not compete in post-season traditional); Nate Tsang (senior, 13-19 at 195, District 6 3rd, 2-2 at Region 2); Wyatt Keckler (sophomore, 6-20 at 220, District 6 3rd, 0-2 at Region 2); Nathan Hatch (senior, 42-14 at 285, District 6 champ, Region 2 4th, 0-2 at states).

Projected losses (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season) via graduation unless otherwise noted: Dianna Pineda (30-16 at 105/106, District 4 champ, Region 1 runnerup, state 4th); Nicholas Conboy (12-18 at 120, District 6 5th); Jeffrey Root (13-27 at 138, 0-2 at District 6); Zane Hair (12-17 at 152, District 6 3rd, 1-2 at Region 2); Noah Hancock (10-29 at 160, District 6 3rd, 1-2 at Region 2).

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#TheSeason2021-22: Creekside

We are once again compiling #TheSeason recaps.

We will sweep through each district, one at a time, until all 100 teams are completed. As we have no other sets of season records, we go to the next district with a random selection, which was Creekside. Records are pretty close to what was reported at time of the FHSAA traditional series.

CREEKSIDE

You can see everything I have on the Knights in 2021-22 here –>  21-22 RECORDS

Win/loss record: 18-3 in duals as reported.

TRADITIONALS:

  • 6th at Joe Bees Memorial Battle of the Border, January 7-8 (15 teams).
  • 1st at Wolfpack Challenge, January 15 (B team 6th; 14 teams).
  • 15th at 36th Flagler Rotary, January 28-29 (33 teams).
  • 2nd at 3A-District 1 IBT, February 16 (8 teams).
  • 9th at 3A-Region 1 IBT, February 25-26 (31 teams).
  • T-58th at 3A State IBT, March 3-5 (72 teams).

GIRLS EVENTS

  • Ponte Vedra, December 1 (no official dual score kept).
  • Bishop Kenny, December 8 (no official dual score kept).
  • 14th at Ponte Vedra Girls IBT, December 11 (16 teams).
  • St Johns Scuffle, December 18 (6 teams).
  • 10th at Lady Pirate Classic, January 15 (13 teams).
  • Nease, January 26 (no official dual score kept).
  • 8th at District 3, February 9 (13 teams).
  • 30th at Region 1, February 19 (53 teams).

Projected boys key returners (15+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Alexavier Panganiban (senior, 20-12 at 106, District 1 3rd, 1-2 at Region 1); Luke Dixon (junior, 3-6 at 113, District 1 5th*, 0-2 at Region 1); Justin Umali (sophomore, 19-14 at 120, District 1 runnerup, 1-2 at Region 1); Conner Wright (senior, 24-10 at 126, District 1 runnerup, 1 match from states); Chihaya Cook (junior, 15-12 at 132, District 1 5th); Colton Leavell (sophomore, 26-11 at 145, District 1 runnerup, 1-2 at Region 1); Tristen Darling (junior, 7-11 at 170, 0-2 at District 1); Eddie Craig (junior, 24-11 at 182, District 1 3rd, 2-2 at Region 1); Eli Pagan (senior, 21-8 at 195, District 1 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Dominic Deverteuil (senior, 11-14 at 285, District 1 runnerup, 1-2 at Region 1).

Projected girls key returners (15+ matches or post-season experience this past season) for 2022-23 (with year in school as of next season): Sierra Godoy (sophomore, 2-17 at 120, District 3 4th, 0-2 at Region 1); Anjel Balkenbush (senior, 18-8 at 125, District 3 5th*, 1 match from states); Delaney Holcomb (junior, 8-8 at 130, District 3 3rd, 2-2 at Region 1).

Projected losses (10+ reported matches or post-season experience this past season) via graduation unless otherwise noted: Andrew Feeks (27-7 at 106, did not compete in post-season traditional); Keanan Sexton (26-11 at 138, District 1 champ, Region 1 4th, 0-2 at states); Lee Leavell (27-9 at 152, District 1 runnerup, 2-2 at Region 1); Diego Rivera (18-9 at 160, District 1 champ, Region 1 4th, 0-2 at states); Nathan Manning (15-5 at 170/182, did not compete in post-season traditional); Vincent Approbato (31-8 at 220, District 1 champ, Region 1 4th, 0-2 at states).

* — advanced as region qualifier per FHSAA schematic

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