Northeast Florida Matmen staff report
NEPTUNE BEACH — Fletcher held its Senior Night on Wednesday night, tuning up for this weekend’s Green Cove Springs Rotary with a 54-18 victory over Bolles.
The Senators had five pins and two decisions in the dual victory, with Trent Dalldorf (120), James Knox (126), Matt Moffitt (138), Narek Stepanyan (220) and Darrell McBride (285) racking up the falls for Fletcher.
Quantavious Aldridge (152) and Owen Beining (160) each added wins by decision for the Senators.
Bolles’ two contested victgories were both decisions, as KJ Fagan (145) and James Omlor (182) both won for the Bulldogs.
Both Fletcher and Bolles will be at Clay this weekend.
Orange Park 53, West Nassau 30: At Orange Park for the Raiders’ Senior Night, the hosts picked up seven pins and a technical fall in the victory.
Cameron Broughton (106), Dean Ganci (120), Robert McGlynn (132), Jacob Campbell (152), Noah St. Vilus (182), Reed Danielson (195) and Tyler Dehart (220) collected the pins for Orange Park. Nartorian Lee (170) won by technical fall in the second period.
West Nassau had four victories by fall in the dual, with Bradly Kraai (126), William Tharpe (145), Breyer Wood (160) and Tre’Von Gray (285) all taking pins.
Both the Raiders and Warriors will be at Clay this weekend.
Terry Parker 42, FSDB 30: At St. Augustine, the visiting Braves had three pins and took advantage of the short-handed Dragons at four other weights to win the dual.
Reema Sabella (120), D’Angelo Johnson (160) and Landon Dains (170) each had pins for Parker.
Florida School for the Deaf & Blind counted with three falls of their own from Lance Gardenhire (106), Saul Rebolar (145) and Anthony Hoyt (182).
The Braves and Dragons are off until February 8, when they’ll go back to FSDB for a five-team meet that evening that additionally involves Raines, Wolfson and University Christian.
Palatka 30, Interlachen 16: At Interlachen, the teams split in the two contested matches in the dual, with the visiting Panthers filling a couple more of the weight classes in taking the victory.
Jerich Givens (138) had Palatka’s contested victory, a fall in that weight class, immediately followed up by the Rams’ Cade Mason winning by a 17-5 major decision at 145.
Both teams are off until Saturday, when they’ll both compete in the Crystal River Duals one-day dual tournament.