February 9 Dual Recap

Northeast Florida Matmen staff report

ST AUGUSTINE — Having a full team mattered greatly for an improved Wolfson squad Thursday night.

In the final night of the regular season for most of the teams in the Northeast coverage area, the Wolfpack swept to three dual victories at FSDB, winning over the Dragons (47-18), University Christian (42-11) and Raines (48-12).

Aries Fahnbulleh (120, tech over FSDB and fall over University Christian), Cameron Frison (126, fall over FSDB), Sai Hassalla (145, pins over FSDB & University Christian), Clyde Holland (170, pin over FSDB), Steven Ho (182, pin over FSDB) and Keethan Seay (220, pin over Raines) were all 3-0 for Wolfson.

The hosts were 2-1, with wins over Raines (48-18) and University Christian (24-21). No Dragons went 3-0 on the evening, but in contested matches Reynaldo Suero-Perez (113) and Liam Von Mahr (160) had falls over Wolfson.

The Christians did come away with a 30-18 win over Raines in the first round of the evening, with two UC kids going 3-0, including Matthew Rodriquez (106/113, tech over Wolfson, pin over FSDB) and Derrick Stumph (160, fall over Wolfson, decision over FSDB). Daniel Porter was 2-0 with appearances at 113 and 120, with a fall against FSDB.

Raines had three wrestlers in the lineup, with Jaquan English (132, pin over Wolfson) and Jamon Goodwine (285) both going 3-0.

Wolfson and FSDB will reconvene on February 18 for the 1A-District 4 meet hosted by University Christian, while Raines’ next competition will be the 1A-District 3 meet, which it hosts.

Robert E. Lee 36, Atlantic Coast 25: At Atlantic Coast, the visiting Generals scored the final 18 points of the dual to secure the victory.

Falls from Caleb Zaccheo (152) and Kalvin Dorce (170), plus a forfeit at 160, put away the dual in favor of Robert E. Lee. Christopher Telusma (182) opened the dual with a fall, and Leo White (285) also won by pin for the Generals.

Atlantic Coast gained falls from Kurk Jackson (220) and Tywaine Rochebrun (145), a major from Marco Hunter (132) and overtime decision from Jamari Broussard (195).

Both the Generals and Stingrays are off until February 18, when they’ll both compete in the 3A-District 1 meet at Flagler Palm Coast.


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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