Episcopal — The Season, 2013-14

The Eagles were a stronger team in duals than they were in the IBT format, which isn’t necessarily the worst thing except for the fact that there is no post-season duals format in Florida…YET. Episcopal struggled to find its footing in dual events, that all being said, at the start of the season, going 0-7. A win over Stanton got the Eagles going, though, and then Episcopal rattled off seven wins in dual format before falling to a decent FSDB team in its final dual of the season. I had really hoped that Weldon would have more success in his final season after starting the year ranked, but he had to wrestle up for far too long, and the result was that his success was more in the margins. But we saw a nice surprise coming out of Chepenik at 220, who could be a solid heavy in the next couple of seasons. The Eagles are also a young team — more experience will help. Not much in the way of discrepancies, Coach Rickey was very good about getting stats to me. I will always enjoy trips to that school — it is an amazing campus.

EPISCOPAL

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I covered wrestling for 15 years up north and "retired" in both 1992 and again in 2011. But I couldn't stay away. Started Northeast Florida Matmen in 2013, Northwest Florida Matmen in 2015. We combined those sites into North Florida Matmen in the summer of 2018. And, we've started South Georgia Matmen in November of 2018. Our work is never paywalled, our content is searchable for all time. We're here because the kids keep lacing 'em up, so we'll keep writing 'em up.

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