Who Won 3A-Region 1?

Lastly, 3A and then I think we will put aside the Who Won Regions? concept and start working on some other things.

Here’s a breakdown of champions for that region:

District 3 — 6 champs (106, 138. 152, 160, 170, 285).
District 1 — 4 champs (120, 126, 182, 195).
District 4 — 3 champs (113, 132, 145).
District 1 — 1 champ (220).

Here’s a breakdown of qualifiers:

District 1 — 21 qualifiers (4 1sts, 7 2nds, 4 3rds, 6 4ths).
District 3 — 15 qualifiers (6 1sts, 2 2nds, 4 3rds, 3 4ths).
District 4 — 12 qualifiers (3 1sts, 2 2nds, 4 3rds, 3 4ths).
District 2 — 8 qualifiers (1 1st, 2 2nds, 3 3rds, 2 4ths).

Here’s what I do (and there’ll be a quiz later, so take notes).

On the front side of the bracket, each district gets 2 points for round-1 advancement, 4 for quarterfinal, 6 for semi and 8 for a title win.

Oh the back side of the bracket, each district gets 1 point for round-1 advancment, 2 for round 2, 3 for the consi quarter, 4 for the “blood round,” or consi semis, and 6 for taking third. Slight adjustment from the state scoring. Also, there are bonus points given. 1 extra point for a major, 1.5 for a tech, 2 for pins, forfeits, injury-defaults, DQs, etc.

OK. Got all that straight? Let’s dive in, shall we…just remember that this is data. All the District 1 kids are local to me, and who knows, maybe one day all of them will be.

106
1. District 4 — 48 points (Jean Baptiste 1st, Bradshaw 3rd).
Breakdown: Although Jean Baptiste wasn’t the 4s’ leader in team points, he did bring home the region title with three decisions and a fall for 22 points. After losing in the first round, Bradshaw didn’t lose again, leading the 4s with 26 points behind four falls and a forfeit in the consi semis. Between the two efforts, it was enough to win the weight class despite being a man short.
2. District 1 — 39 points (Rosano 2nd, Snedaker 4th).
Breakdown: Both of the medalists got to the semis, with Rosano scoring 16 in reaching the final behind a fall, an ID win and decision, while Snedaker added 14 behind max points on Friday, with a forfeit, fall and decision. Barie had six points, with wins on both sides of the bracket, and Johnson added a consi rd-1 fall for three.
3. District 3 — 23 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: The district went 3-1 in the first round and had a semifinalist in McVay, but no 3s hit for double-digit team points, as both McVay (two front-side wins) and Giraldo (falls on both sides of the bracket) had eight points. Fritz had a round-1 forfeit for four and Felix picked up a consi rd-1 fall for three.
4. District 2 — 10 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: The 2s were short a wrestler, but even short one it didn’t seem to matter overly much, as Kreiser scored all of the points, with a fall on the front side and two wins on the back to get to the blood round.

113
1. District 1 — 51 points (Holder 2nd, Hale 3rd, Demus 4th).
Breakdown: Other than nobody knowing what to do with the champ on this weekend, the 1s were exceptionally solid, with three of the four semifinalists. Holder had max points on Friday and finished with 26 on the weekend after making the final, Hale led the 1s in team points, with 18, behind three decisions and an ID win in the third-place match over Demus, who added 14 points behind two falls and a decision. Jefferson got to Saturday, also, after losing to Costen in round 1, scoring the remaining 3 points.
2. District 3 — 33 points (Costen 1st).
Breakdown: Costen had bonus points in three of his four wins and held off Holder in the final to score 24 points to lead the 3s. After losing to Demus in the first round, Boyle forced a rematch with three consi-side wins for eight points, and Hewson had a consi rd-1 for one.
3. District 4 — 20 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: Like Boyle, Saint Pierre got to the blood round after losing his round-1 match, scoring two decisions and a major for seven points. Ortega had bonus-point wins on both sides of the bracket to get to Saturday, also scoring seven, Arana had a round-1 fall for four and Fletcher a round-1 decision for two.
4. District 2 — 2 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: The 2s got their only points in the weight class with Crum’s round-1 decision, going 1-8 as a group on Friday. Three of the 2s lost consi rd-1 matches by a combined total of five points, so they were right there .
Standings through 2 weights: 1s 90, 4s 68, 3s 56, 2s 12.

120
1T. District 1 — 46 points (DeAugustino 1st, Sandoval 4th).
Breakdown: The 1s had two semifinalists, as DeAugustino led the charge with a fall, major and two decisions to finish the tournament with 23 points. As would be expected of a medalist, Sandoval also scored in double-digits, with a fall, major and two decisions to score 14 and qualify out for state. Broughton was the other semifinalist for the 1s, with a pair of Friday decisions and six points, while Karl had a consi rd-1 forfeit for the remaining three.
1T. District 3 — 41 points (Semrad 2nd, Garcia 3rd).
Breakdown: Semrad had two falls and a decision in reaching the final, scoring 16 points and getting a shot at the title, but it was Garcia that was the 3s’ team-point leader after losing to DeAugustino in the quarters. Garcia had a fall, major and three decisions to rack up 20 points on the weekend. Lively also got to Saturday with wins on both sides of the bracket, scoring five points.
1T. District 2 — 14 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: Clue picked up a majority of the points in reaching the semifinals, with bonus points in both wins for nine total, but couldn’t find a victory on Saturday. Montes had a consi rd-1 fall for three and Rosa a consi rd-1 major for two points.
4. District 4 — 9 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: 4s had just one front-side win — uncontested at that, but I think Dean would have won it. Dean had eight points, with a consi rd-2 fall on the back as well as the forfeit win in round 1. The only other point was a consi rd-1 decision for Mattos.
Standings through 3 weights: 1s 136, 3s 97, 4s 77, 2s 26.

126
1. District 1 — 54 points (Davis 1st, Moore 3rd).
Breakdown: As would be expected, the medalists got the lion’s share of the 1s’ points, with Davis collecting a fall, major and two decisions to create a 23-point title run, while Moore had a fall on Friday and three majors on Saturday to score 22. Insalaco added eight in reaching the semis, with a fall in the quarters, and Brown scored the last point with a consi rd-1 win by decision.
2. District 4 — 37.5 points (Maharaj 2nd, Vazquez 4th).
Breakdown: Maharaj got the higher spot on the podium, with two bonus wins and scoring 15 points, but it was Vazquez who led the 4s in team production, with a tech on the front and two max-bonus wins on the back side en route to getting out, scoring 16.5 points. Arce picked up the other six points, with a round-1 fall and getting to Saturday.
3. District 2 — 10 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: Zehnder got to Saturday, with falls on both sides of the bracket, to score eight points, but the only other scoring that the 2s would get would be consi rd-1 decisions for Mitchell and Glover, who each scored one point.
4. District 3 — 9.5 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: Brugal got to the semis with a major and decision for 7 points, but could not find any wins on Saturday. The only other points came from Craig, who had a consi rd-1 tech fall for 2.5.
Standings through 4 weights: 1s 190, 4s 114.5, 3s 106.5, 2s 36.

132
1. District 3 — 40 points (Mitchell 1st, Ruiz 4th).
Breakdown: Mitchell picked off three majors before the finals, going on to take the title with 23 points. Meanwhile, Ruiz rallied from a quarterfinal loss to the eventual runnerup, scoring the other 17 in reaching the finals.
2. District 4 — 30 points (Wooten 3rd).
Breakdown: The 4s had two semifinalists, with Wooten going the farthest behind two wins on each side of the bracket, all by decision, for 16 points. Halliburton also got to the semis for eight points, but couldn’t find a win on Saturday. Walker won twice on the consi side of the bracket for five points, while Williams had a consi rd-1 decision win for the last point.
3. District 1 — 26.5 points (Sampsel 2nd).
Breakdown: Sampsel did his job, with three bonus-point victories en route to the final, and scoring 16.5 points. Raulerson made it to Saturday with wins on both sides of the bracket for five, with St. Pierre winning a round-1 major for three Howell scoring a round-1 decision for two.
4. District 2 — 10 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: No front-side wins for anybody, meaning any path was going to have to go through the consi rounds. Nasman nearly got out, falling in the blood round to finish with nine points and Do had a consi rd-1 win by decision. The 2s still haven’t had a state qualifier through the first 5 weights.
Standings through 5 weights: 1s 216.5, 3s 146.5, 4s 144.5, 2s 46.

138
1. District 1 — 43 points (Detwiler 3rd, Johnson 4th).
Breakdown: The 1s had two semifinalists, with Detweiler winning twice on both sides of the bracket (decision & major on the front, fall & decision on the back) to score 19 points, while Bell had max points on Friday, 10 in all, but couldn’t find a win on Saturday and was knocked out by Johnson, who did all his work on the back (two falls & two decisions), scoring the remaining 14 points.
2. District 4 — 36 points (Rivera 1st).
Breakdown: Christian Rivera was pretty methodical in taking top honors in the weight class, with a major and fall on Friday and pair of tight decisions on Saturday to finish with 23 points, plus he had help from Emanuel Rivera, who got to the blood round and scored 11. Matos and Lee both had consi rd-1 wins for the remaining two points.
3. District 3 — 25 points (Alicea 2nd).
Breakdown: Alicea had bonus-point wins in his first matches on both Friday and Saturday, getting to the final and scoring 15 points. He had some help from Bassett, who had a round-1 fall and consi rd-2 win for six points, and Goldman, who picked up a round-1 fall for four.
4. District 2 — 6.5 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: Randall got to Saturday, with wins on both sides of the bracket, for 5.5 points on a rd-1 tech and consi rd-2 decision, but the only other point came from a consi rd-1 win by Verhoest..
Standings through 6 weights: 1s 259.5, 4s 180.5, 3s 171.5, 2s 52.5.

145
1. District 4 — 37 points (Aimable 1st).
Breakdown: Aimable had maximum points going into the final round, finishing the tournament with three falls and a decision to score 26 points and lead the 4s. Santos got as far as the blood round, adding eight to the total, while Grady picked off a consi rd-1 forfeit for the remaining three points.
2. District 1 — 35 points (Insalaco 3rd).
Breakdown: Insalaco had — other than the loss to Walker in the quarters, which he later avenged — as close to perfect a tournament as possible (and as perfect a tournament as someone with a loss could have), with five pins and 27 points. Delapaz reached the semis and scored seven points, while Belew had a consi rd-1 win for one.
3. District 3 — 26 points (Maxwell 2nd)
Breakdown: Maxwell battled through a pair of close decisions, adding a fall on top of those to get to the finals, scoring 14 points to lead the 3s, who were a man short during regions weekend. Duell and Johnson both got to Saturday, with Johnson scoring falls on both sides to add eight points, while Duell had two decisions to score four.
4. District 2 — 18 points (Walker 4th).
Breakdown: He wasn’t the only one or even the first 2 to punch his ticket to states, but so far Walker is the only SQ for the 2s, with max points on Friday and another fall in consi semis for a 16-point effort. Paredes and Attilus each had consi rd-1 wins for the remaining two points.
Standings through 7 weights: 1s 294.5, 4s 217.5, 3s 197.5, 2s 70.5.

152
1. District 3 — 50 points (Nereim 1st, Sala 3rd)
Breakdown: Like Aimable at 145, Nereim had max bonus points before the final, with three falls and a decision for a 26-point weekend to lead the charge back into 2nd in the team standings for the 3s. Sala lost only to the runnerup, with two wins on each side of the bracket for an 18-point performance. Segarra and Hart each added consi rd-1 falls for the remaining six points.
2. District 1 — 32.5 points (Maia 2nd).
Breakdown: Maia picked off bonus points in each round en route to the final, with a fall, tech and major — in order — to score 16.5 points for the 1s. Both Sullivan and Karl got to Saturday, with Sullivan earning a round-1 fall and two decisions for nine points and Karl taking two bonus-point wins for seven.
3. District 4 — 25 points (Aimable 4th).
Breakdown: Younger Aimable had max points on Friday, picking up a third fall in the consi semis to finish the tournament with 16 points, while Talabert got to Saturday behind a round-1 fall and consi rd-2 win to score six. Mendoza won by fall in overtime in consi rd-1 for the last 3 points.
4. District 2 — 12 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: Hendricks was the leader for the 2s, reaching the blood round, with two decisions and a fall to score nine points. Cooley added a consi rd-1 forfeit for the remaining three, with Hendricks knocking him out.
Standings through 8 weights: 1s 327, 3s 247.5, 4s 242.5, 2s 82.5.

160
1. District 1 — 40 points (Vigo 4th).
Breakdown: The why of how the 1s won the district will be clear momentarily, but one has to start with the one qualifier, as Vigo had maximum points on Friday, adding a third fall in the consi semis to lead the 1s with 16 points. The reason the 1s carried the weight, though, was that everybody else — Kverneland, Beining and Belle — had very strong consi-side efforts. Kverneland and Beining got to the blood round, with Kverneland racking up a fall and two decisions for nine points, and Beining collecting two falls and decision for 10. Belle got to Saturday with a pair of consi-side wins, scoring five points.
2. District 3 — 34 points (Wohlabaugh 1st).
Breakdown: Wohlabaugh had a very impressive tournament, with just one match going beyond the second tournament (his semi with Vigo). He finished with three falls and a major decision for a 27-point weekend, with Busek winning twice in the consi rounds for five points and Hennessy bagging a round-1 decision for two.
3. District 4 — 25 points (Gomez 3rd).
Breakdown: Gomez got to the semis, bagging two wins on each side of the bracket with only a one-point loss to the eventual runnerup, leading the 4s with 18 points. Viacava had a round-1 fall for four points, and Wang added a round-1 major for three to round out the 4s’ scoring.
4. District 2 — 17 points (Koller 2nd).
Breakdown: Koller had a round-1 fall and then decisions in both the quarters and semis to score 14 of the district’s 17 points, with the other three coming from Villafane with a fall in consi rd-1.
Standings through 9 weights: 1s 367, 3s 281.5, 4s 267.5, 2s 99.5. Seems hard to believe that District 2 still hasn’t broken 100 points yet.

170
1. District 3 — 54 points (Treadwell 1st, Ferkovich 3rd).
Breakdown: Treadwell had bonus points in each victory leading up to the final, with a fall, two majors and decision to lead the 3s with 24 points. Ferkovich had a solid tournament, too, though, after losing in the quarters, gaining a fall, forfeit and three decisions to score a solid 21. DeGroat had majors on both sides of the bracket to get to Saturday, scoring six, and Dibernardo had a consi rd-1 fall for three.
2. District 1 — 25 points (Martorano 2nd).
Breakdown: Martorano did most of the heavy lifting for the 1s, with two falls and a decision en route to the finals, good for a 16-point performance. Bryant had wins and bonus points on both sides of the bracket to finish with seven, while Beavor had a consi rd-1 major for the remaining two.
3. District 2 — 16 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: First time since 126 that the 2s didn’t finish fourth as a group, with two wrestlers reaching the blood round. Aldaco led the team in pints from the consi side, with a major and two decisions for seven points, while Wilson got to the semis with two decisions for six. Dixon’s consi rd-1 fall provided the other three points.
4. District 4 — 14 points (Moore 4th).
Breakdown: Moore did most of the work for the 4s, with a fall and decision to reach the semis and then a consi-semi decision to score 12 points. Monarch had a round-1 decision for the other 2 points.
Standings through 10 weights: 1s 392, 3s 335.5, 4s 281.5, 1s 115.5. Kind of looking like a two-horse race at this point for 1st.

182
1. District 1 — 35 points (Smenda 1st).
Breakdown: Like a couple of the middleweights, Smenda had maximum points prior to the final, scoring 26 points over the course of the weekend behind three falls and a decision in the title match. He did get some help from Canidate, who had three decisions to reach the blood round, scoring seven points along the way, as well as a round-1 win from Johnson for the last two points.
2. District 3 — 27 points (Duren 4th).
Breakdown: Duren had maximum points on Friday to get to the semis, adding a consi-semi decision to lead the 3s with a 14-point weekend. Moxley and Macklin both got to Saturday as well for the 3s, with Moxley winnng on both sides of the bracket for seven points, while Macklin had two bonus-point wins on the consi side for the remaining six.
3. District 2 — 25.5 points (Schanck 2nd).
Breakdown: By far the best performance thus far for the 2s, led by Schanck’s run to the final, in which he had a fall and pair of tough decisions to score 14 points. Celella also got to the blood round after losing in the quarters to Smenda, adding 8.5 points after a tech and two consi-side wins, with Salickram picking up a consi rd-1 fall for three points.
4. District 4 — 21 points (Wallace 3rd).
Breakdown: Wallace ground out a major and three decisions (2 wins on both sides of the bracket) to take third and lead the 4s in team points, with 17 on the weekend. Santiago added a consi rd-1 fall for three points and Lopez had a consi rd-1 win for the last point.
Standings through 11 weights: 1s 427, 3s 362.5, 4s 302.5, 2s 141.

195
1. District 1 — 53 points (Davis 1st, Stepanyan 4th)
Breakdown: Davis led the way with bonus points in three of his four victories en route to the title, finishing with two pins, a major and decision for a 25-point tournament. Stepanyan addded four bonus-point victories, two falls and two majors, to score 17 points, but Mascraella and Telusma both chipped in as well, with Mascraella taking falls on both sides of the bracket for a Saturday appearance and eight points, while Telusma had a consi rd-1 forfeit for three.
2. District 2 — 38 points (Gallon 3rd).
Breakdown: Gallon’s only front-side win was a forfeit, but after dropping his quarterfinal match, he wouldn’t lose again, gutting out four tough decisions to take third place with 19 points to lead the 2s. Joseph and Ow both reached Saturday, with Joseph scoring max points on Friday to get to the semis. However, he could not find a win after that, finishing with 10 points. Ow had a round-1 forfeit and consi rd-2 win to pick up six, with Mooney had a consi rd-1 fall for three points.
3. District 3 — 14 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: Just Kaufmann even got to Saturday for the 3s, reaching the semis with maximum points. However, the 10 he picked up on Friday would be all he would finish with after losing to Davis and Stepanyan on Saturday. Melo had a consi rd-1 forfeit and Cedsar added a consi rd-1 win by decision for the 3s remaining points.
4. District 4 — 13 points (Saffold 2nd).
Breakdown: Saffold had all of the 4s’ points, with a major and two decisions en route to the final. The district was short-handed by two wrestlers, which didn’t help the group’s chances.
Standings through 12 weights: 1s 480, 3s 377.5, 4s 315.5, 2s 179.

220
1. District 2 — 56 points (Meeks 1st, Jackson 3rd).
Breakdown: A dominant performance by Meeks, who was the only 3A-Region 1 wrestler to earn maximum points on the weekend. Meeks had four falls in 2:27 to collect 28 points over the course of the tournament. Raimello Jackson, too, was very solid (as we would see the following week), with two falls and three decisions to score 21 points. Maliek Jackson had wins on both sides of the bracket for four points, while Miller added a consi rd-1 fall for three.
1T. District 1 — 30 points (Concepcion 2nd).
Breakdown: Concepcion repped the 1s well in reaching the final, with a first-round fall and then a pair of decisions, collecting 14 points along the way, but he got some good support from the rest of the group. Haaf, in particular, had a solid tournament, reaching the blood round behind three falls, which was good for 13 points, and Kurk Jackson chipped in a consi rd-1 fall for the remaining three.
3. District 3 — 23 points (Hauerty 4th).
Breakdown: Hauerty scored maximum points on Friday to reach the semis, adding another fall in the consi semis for a 16-point tournament and a trip to states. Gruse had a pair a decisions — nearly by identical scores — one on each side of the bracket for six points, while Ohl added a consi rd-1 fall for the remaining three points.
4. District 4 — 7 points (no qualiifers).
Breakdown: Almost as at 195, the 220s had tough sledding. Stimphil did get to Saturday after a pair of decisions propelled him into the semis, but he couldn’t find a win after that, finishing the tournament with six points. The only other point in the bracket came from a consi rd-1 decision for Edmund.
Standings through 13 weights: 1s 510, 3s 400.5, 4s 322.5, 2s 235.

285
1. District 2 — 46 points (Glemaud 3rd, Melton 4th).
Breakdown: Glemaud got to the semis, with his only loss being to the eventual runnerup, with two wins on both sides of the bracket for 20 points, while Melton overcame a round-1 loss with four wins on the back side to punch his ticket for states. Melton had three falls and an ID victory to score 18 points. McNeilly won twice to reach the semis, once via fall, to score the remaining eight points for the 2s.
2. District 3 — 32 points (Boyd 1st).
Breakdown: Boyd carried off the title with both big wins and close ones, scoring max bonus twice (fall and ID) and taking decisions twice to score 24 points to mostly carry the 3s. Gomez and Arias each scored four points to round out the scoring, with Arias winning decisions on both sides of the bracket and Gomez taking a round-1 fall.
3. District 1 — 30 points (Harris 2nd).
Breakdown: Harris had maximum points en route to his trip to the final, good for an 18-point performance in taking 2nd. Shauman had three wins in getting to the blood round, two via fall, to score 10 points, with Mackey chipping in the other two points with a round-1 decision.
4. District 4 — 10 points (no qualifiers).
Breakdown: Just one front-side win for the 4s, and that one a 1-point decision. Oparaji led the way for the 4s, with two consi-side falls to score seven points, While Williamson had the lone front-side win by decision for two points, and Rojas had a consi rd-1 win by decision for 1.

Final standings:
1. District 1 — 540 points. Analysis: Strongest district performance in any of the locally-based regions, just looking at the overall team scores of the winning districts in 1A, 2A and 3A. Had just two weights where the 1s didn’t score at least 30 points and in both instances the kids there still scored 20+. That’s pretty good balance across the board.
2. District 3 — 431.5 points. Analysis: A pretty solid group. Just two weights were real problems, going sub-20 at 195 and just single digits at 126. Don’t think stronger efforts would have allowed them to catch District 1, but it would certainly have been much closer.
3. District 4 — 332.5 points. Analysis: Were it not for a nine-point hiccup at 120, the 4s almost had the horses to match the 1s at least through the lighter half of the weight classes. But particularly after 160, the 4s started to fade as the home stretch came into view.
4. District 2 — 281 points. Analysis: Almost two-thirds of the 2s’ points came from one-third of the weights — the bigger boys at 170 on up. Where District 4 had the lighter weight kids, District 2 had the bigs. Merge that into one super-district and it would have been quite competitive a thing. District 2 made a nice run at the end.

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I covered wrestling for 15 years up north and "retired" in 2011. But as I thought I had in 1992, I couldn't stay away. Started Northeast Florida Matmen in 2013, Northwest Florida Matmen in 2015. New initiative this year is to create a space on my sites where ALL Florida results can be stored, searched, reviewed and used by my readers, with NO COST TO THEM.

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