#RoadToTheShow: 3A-Region 1 Recap

By SHANNON HEATON
Northeast Florida Matmen
PALM COAST — In the final chance to establish area supremacy in north and central Florida, it was Fleming Island who had final say.

The Golden Eagles advanced 11 wrestlers to this weekend’s Class 3A state tournament, with four individual titles, and in so doing established a 44.5-point margin of victory over runnerup Winter Springs at last weekend’s 3A-Region 1 tournament at Flagler Palm Coast HS.

The host Bulldogs were third, with 154 points, well ahead of Freedom (131) and Hagerty (124.5). After the top five teams, the depth dropped off substantially, as Hagerty nearly doubled up sixth-place Apopka.

More locally, Buchholz and Fletcher tied for 10th place with 39 points, Sandalwood 12th with 36, and Oakleaf 19th with 27. Atlantic Coast was 22nd with 14 points, with Mandarin and Robert E. Lee part of a four-way tie for 23rd with 11 in a 36-team field.

The tournament had adjusted Saturday hours, as several Orlando teams could not find lodging in the adjacent areas Friday evening due to Sunday’s Daytona 500. Wrestling did not begin until noon on the second day, with 7 p.m. finals Saturday night.

Here’s a rundown of how each District 1 competitor fared on the weekend:

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Briar Jackson, Fleming Island (106).

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Briar Jackson, Fleming Island: Won the tournament. Jackson had two pins on Friday, in 1:52 over Edgewater’s Tremindous Williams and in 52 seconds over Freedom’s Erick Rocher. On Saturday, Jackson pinned Cypress Creek’s Ivan Reyes in 1:35 in the semis to set up a Flagler Rotary rematch with Hagerty’s Ryan Rowland. There, Jackson shut out Rowland, winning with an 8-0 major.
Bryan Perkins, Buchholz: Qualified out for states by finishing third. Perkins opened with a fall in 3:47 over Wekiva’s Victor Altimirano, then shut out Timber Creek’s Ernesto Maysonet, 7-0, in the quarters. Perkins then lost by tech fall to Rowland, 15-0, in the semis, but punched his ticket with an 11-3 major over Apopka’s Jacen McMath in the consi semis. Perkins then turned back FPC’s Christian Sheppard, 7-4, in the third-place match.
Christian Sheppard, Flagler Palm Coast: Qualified out for states by finishing fourth. Sheppard pinned McMath in 56 seconds in the first round, but then lost to Rowland, 10-0, in the quarters. That meant Sheppard had to win three matches on the back side to qualify, and he did, pinning University (Orange City)’s Zion Gonzalez in 2:03 on Friday and then falling Maysonet (5:19) and Reyes (2:20) before losing to Perkins in the third-place match.
Cam’Ron Dove, Oakleaf: Went 0-2 in the tournament, opening with a second-period loss by fall in 3:55 to Olympia’s David Millheim. Dove then lost in the consi first round to Gonzalez, 8-1, and was eliminated.

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Albie Snedaker, Fleming Island (113).

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Albie Snedaker, Fleming Island: Won the tournament. Snedaker also had two pins on Friday, needing 52 seconds to pin first-round opponent Amstrong Lubin of Freedom, and then falled Lake Howell’s Luis Pasarell in 1:27 in the quarters. Snedaker’s closest match might have been the Saturday semi with Cypress Creek’s Michael Ortega, where he needed to go overtime before securing a 4-2 decision. In the final, Snedaker also pitched a shutout, taking a 2-0 victory over Timber Creek’s Corban Arana.
Ryan Rosano, Oakleaf: Qualified out for states by finishing fourth. Rosano won by DQ over Jayden Bradshaw of Boone in the first round, then took an 8-0 major in the quarters over DeLand’s Nathan Hewson. Saturday was a different day, as Rosano first fell in the semis to Arana, 9-7, and then had to make an escape stand up in the consi semis over Hagerty’s Brandon Boyle in a 1-0 win. Rosano then fell to Ortega, 2-0, in the third place match.
Leon Cruz, Sandalwood: Went 2-2 in the tournament and made it to Saturday. Cruz lost in the first round to Ortega, 13-4, but then won twice in the consi rounds to keep his season alive, with a fall in 2:58 over Wekiva’s Joseph Prevesk and in 2:03 over UOC’s Joshua Sepulveda to move into the consi quarters. There, in the second set of wrestling, Cruz fell 9-3 to Lubin and was eliminated.
Rayquan Piper, Fletcher: Went 1-2 in the tournament, with a first-round loss, 9-4, to eventual finalist Arana. Piper did come back on the back side with a 9-3 win in consi round 1 over Evans’ Camron Ward, but then fell to Boyle, 5-3, in consi round 2 and was eliminated.

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Michael DeAugustino, Flagler Palm Coast (120)..

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Michael DeAugustino, Flagler Palm Coast: Won the tournament. DeAugustino began Friday with a fall in 1:11 over Lake Mary’s Matt Frausel, then teched Freedom’s Smaill Saint Pierre, 17-2, to move into the semis against Boone’s Noel Soto. There, on Saturday, DeAugustino picked up a second tech fall, this time by a 17-1 count, over Soto and reached the finals against district rival DeAndre Demus of Fleming Island, where he took a 5-3 decision for the title.
DeAndre Demus, Fleming Island: Qualified out for states as the runnerup. Demus pinned his way through to the final, with falls on Friday over Seminole’s Ezekiel McEntire (3:05) and Antonio Estrada of Timber Creek (3:44) in the quarters, then pinning Fletcher’s Trent Dalldorf in 1:59 in the semi to meet DeAugustino in the championship round.
Trent Dalldorf, Fletcher: Went 2-2 in the tournament and made it to Saturday. Dalldorf earned a semifinal berth with two decisions on Friday, 5-1 in the first round over Hagerty’s Mathieu Byers and then 6-2 over West Orange’s Tyler Montes in the quarters. After losing to Demus in the semis, Dalldorf dropped to the consolation semis, where he lost by fall in 5:59 to Saint Pierre.
Chase Mattox, Mandarin: Went 1-2 in the tournament, with a first-round victory over District 3 champ Hayden McCandless of Winter Springs, 5-3. Mattox then fell to Soto, 7-4, in the quarters, and then lost by DQ in consi round 2 to Byers, and was eliminated.

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Avery Holder, Flagler Palm Coast (126).

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Avery Holder, Flagler Palm Coast. Won the tournament. Holder had bonus points in each round up to the final, with a first-round fall in 50 seconds over Winter Park’s Colson North, then a 14-5 major over Dr Phillips’ Jamel Clue in the quarters on Friday. Holder opened Saturday with a 17-1 tech fall over Hagerty’s Tyler McVay, and then scored twice in a 5-0 shutout of Freedom’s Marcus Jean Baptiste for the title.
Jacob Sandoval, Fleming Island: Qualified out for states by finishing fourth. Sandoval had a first-round fall in 2:47 over Timber Creek’s Eliejah Bagley, and then pushed through a tough 4-2 decision over West Port’s Aaron Kreiser in the quarters. Jean Baptiste had too much offense for Sandoval in the semi on Saturday, winnng 6-0, but he rallied in the consi semis, knocking out county rival Ethan Gustilo of Oakleaf with an 11-5 decision. Sandoval then fell, 9-2, in the third-place match to Winter Springs’ Matthew Phillips.
Ethan Gustilo, Oakleaf: Went 3-2 in the tournament and made it to Saturday, with all three wins in the consi rounds. Gustilo lost to Jean Baptiste, 13-7, in the first round, and then had three consi-side pins to get a shot at wrestling for state, decking Evans’ Jhanes Joseph (3:28) and Clue (1:35) on Friday and then pinning Bagley in 2:07 in the consi quarters Saturday. The loss to Sandoval elimiated Gustilo from the tournament.
Gunner Stier, Mandarin: Went 1-2 in the tournament, with a first-round win by disqualification over Boone’s Lucas Rodriguez. Stier then lost by fall in 1:30 to McVay in the quarters, losing by fall in 51 seconds in consi round 2 to Bagley, and was eliminated.

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Gant Moore, Buchholz: Qualified out for states by finishing third. Moore opened Friday with an 8-3 win over Winter Springs’ JJ Contreras in the first round, but then fell in the quarters to Boone’s Andrew Fletcher, 4-3. That meant three wins in order to get out, and Moore knocked them out, falling Lake Mary’s Manny Fernandez in 3:17 in consi round 2 on Friday, then decisioning Cypress Creek’s Carlos Arce, 5-1, in the consi quarters and winning in overtime, 6-4, over Apopka’s Brian Rosa. Once through, Moore shut out Fleming Island’s Trace Insalaco, 7-0, for third.
Trace Insalaco, Fleming Island: Qualified out for states by finishing fourth. Insalaco won by DQ in the first round over Oviedo’s Devon Craig, then fell to Rosa, 7-3, in the quarters. From there, Insalaco needed to find three wins to get out, and he began with two against district rivals in Vince Karl of Oakleaf (fall in 3:27) and Damion Figouera of FPC (4-1), adding a second win by DQ over Fletcher in the consi semis to advance through before his loss to Moore.
Damion Figouera, Flagler Palm Coast: Went 2-2 in the tournament and made it to Saturday. Opened strongly with a 13-0 major over Fernandez, but then fell in the quarters to eventual runnerup Brenden Maharaj of Freedom, 7-3. Figueroa advanced into Saturday’s round with a 13-4 major over Contreras, but then lost to Insalaco in the consi quarters.
Vince Karl, Oakleaf: Went 1-2 in the tournament, with a consi round victory. Karl lost by fall (1:41) to eventual region champion Emauni Smithson of Hagerty, but then advanced to consi round 2 with a DQ victory over Evans’ Marc Imprevert. The loss to Insalaco by fall eliminated Karl from the tournament.

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Michael Martins, Flagler Palm Coast: Qualified out for states as the runnerup. Martins began Friday with a third-period fall over West Orange’s Daniel Reynor, in 5:23, and followed that up with a second bonus-point victory, majoring Freedom’s Earl Johnson, 9-1, to get to Saturday. Martins then set the pace in the semis against Lake Mary’s Jordan Goldman, winning there by a 7-1 score, but couldn’t make his attacks stick in the final against Ethan Woods of Hagerty, falling by a 6-0 count.
Vince Hauser, Fleming Island: Went 2-2 in the tournament and made it to Saturday, with wins on both sides of the bracket. Hauser falled West Port’s Jonathan Rodriguez in the first round, in 2:42, but then lost 9-3 to Woods in the quarters. Hauser advanced to Saturday’s action with a 5-2 consi round 2 win over University (Orlando)’s Joshua Pantoja, but lost there by fall to Raynor in 2:36, and was eliminated.
Jake Kamins, Mandarin: Went 0-2 in the tournament, losing a tight first-round match to Evans’ Nicholas Carrasquillo, 10-8. On the consi side, Kamins fell, 17-5, to Timber Creek’s Carlos Matos, and was eliminated.
Darius Wells, Robert E. Lee: Went 0-2 in the tournament, falling 22-8 in the first round to Ocoee’s Ernst Attilus. Wells then lost to Pantoja by fall, in 4:56, in consi round 1, and was eliminated.

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Cameron Bell, Sandalwood: Qualified out for states as the runnerup. Bell began Friday’s rounds with a 9-0 shutout over West Orange’s Kenneth Paucar, then reached the semis with a 5-2 quarterfinal win over DeLand’s Marshal Stone. On Saturday, Bell pinned Lake Mary’s Miles Banks in 3:21 to get to the finals, where he took a 16-7 loss by major decision to Winter Springs’ Dimitri Alicea.
Tyrone Jones, Flagler Palm Coast: Qualified out for states by finishing third. Jones won by DQ in the first round over Evans’ Ruben Joseph, but then lost by fall to Alicea in 3:40 in the quarterfinals. Jones then won four straight matches to take third, with a fall in consi round 2 over Cypress Creek’s Reggie Smith (5:39) on Friday, then pinned Atlantic Coast’s Tywaine Rochebrun (5:03) in the consi quarters on Saturday. Jones decisioned Banks, 5-2, in the consi semis to make it out, then edged Freedom’s Stephon Halliburton, 5-4, for third.
Tywaine Rochebrun, Atlantic Coast: Went 2-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday, with wins on both sides of the bracket. Rochebrun decisioned Olympia’s Mitchell Warren, 10-3, in the first round, but then lost to Halliburton in the quarters, 10-0. Rochebrun moved into Saturday’s round with a 3-1 win over University (Orlando)’s Ethan Rivera, 3-1, but then lost to Jones and was eliminated.
Tracen Ransdell, Buchholz: Went 0-2 in the tournament, losing by a 21-8 major in the first round to Roody Edouard of Apopka. On the back side, Ransdell lost to Smith, 6-3, and was eliminated.

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Paul Detwiler, Fleming Island (152).

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Paul Detwiler, Fleming Island: Won the tournament, with bonus points in every round. Detwiler pinned Lake Mary’s James Weed (1:13) in the first round, and then falled Freedom’s Colby Wang in 1:50 in the quarters on Friday. On Saturday, Detwiler teched Buchholz’s Jordan Mobley in the semis, 18-3, and followed that up in nearly duplicate fashion, with an 18-2 tech over Boone’s Gage VanKuilenburg in the final.
Adam Spikes, Mandarin: Went 3-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday. Spikes lost by fall in 30 seconds to eventual third-place finisher Oliver Hart of Hagerty, but rallied for two consi-side wins on Friday, pinning Timber Creek’s Jaden Delgado in 4:37 in consi round 1 and winning by forfeit in consi round 2. Spikes then pinned DeLand’s Yoaquim Rios in 4:36 in the consi quarters to get to the blood round, where he fell to Thanks Alcius of Apopka, 8-4, and was eliminated.
Curtis Brock, Flagler Palm Coast: Went 2-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday, with wins on both sides of the bracket. Brock pinned Rios in 5:03 in the opening round on Friday, but then lost by fall to VanKuilenburg in 3:47 in the quarters. Brock reached Saturday with a 9-1 major in consi round 2 over Ocoee’s Derek Verhoest. In the consi quarters, Brock lost by fall to Hart in 1:23, and was eliminated.
Jordan Mobley, Buchholz: Went 2-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday. Mobley’s two wins on the front side were completed without wrestling a minute, as Mobley won by DQ over Oviedo’s Michael Busck in the first round, then received a forfeit in the quarters due to a double DQ in the pairing above us. On Saturday, Mobley lost by tech fall to Detwiler, and then fell in the consi semis to Hart, 14-2, and was eliminated.

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Ben Sann, Fleming Island: Qualified out for states as the runnerup. Sann pinned Winter Park’s Austin Parker in 1:10 in Friday’s first round, then followed that up with a 10-3 quarterfinal victory over Dan Lively of Lake Mary. On Saturday, Sann got into the finals with a 4-2 semifinal victory over DeLand’s Will Hennessy, putting himself into the final against Winter Springs’ Max Wohlabaugh, and the result was a 22-9 loss by major decision.
Chandler Bell, Sandalwood: Went 3-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday. Bell had a first-round win on Friday, decisioning University (Orlando)’s Uziel Rivera by a 5-2 score, but then lost by fall to Wohlabaugh in 20 seconds in the quarters. Bell needed three wins to get out, and picked up two, decisioning West Orange’s Chrisotpher Villafane, 6-3, on Friday, and then falling FPC’s Keith Boswell in 2:44 on Saturday in the consi quarters. However, he couldn’t get past Hennessy in the blood round, falling 4-2, and was eliminated.
Owen Beining, FLetcher: Went 2-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday. Beining had a first-round fall (time not determined) over Boone’s Daniel Bass, then added a second pin in 1:05 in the quarters against Lyman’s Jeff Tsang. On Saturday in the semis, Beining was pinned by Wohlabaugh, in 1:13, to drop into the blood round, where he fell, 4-2, to Freedom’s Briso Aimable, and was eliminated.
Keith Boswell, Flagler Palm Coast: Went 2-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday. Boswell lost by fall to Aimable in the first round (1:01), but fought his way back to the consi quarters behind a pair of decisions, 3-0 over Wekiva’s Immri Charles in consi round 1 and 12-7 over Tsang in consi round 2. The loss to Bell on Saturday meant that Boswell was eliminated.

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Steve Canidate, Flagler Palm Coast: Qualified out for states by finishing fourth. Canidate pinned Edgewater’s Elijah White in 1:40 in Friday’s first round, and went double-overtime with Lake Brantley’s Nate Ferkovich before falling, 2-1. That meant three wins were required to get out and Canidate picked them up, decisioning Sandalwood’s Dillon Morency, 7-4, in consi round 2. On Saturday, Canidate won by injury-default in the consi quarter over Apopka’s Quentin Wilson, and then punched the ticket with an 8-5 win over Evans’ Ikzac Dixon in the consi semi. In a rematch with Ferkovich for third, the outcome was the same, but the margin of victory not so close, as Ferkovich won 11-1.
Jalyn Robinson, Fleming Island: Went 3-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday. Robinson shut out West Orange’s Christian Villafane, 7-0, in the first round, but then lost to eventual champion Cole Mitchell of Winter Springs, 13-5, in the quarters on Friday. Robinson had a major of his own in consi round 2, shutting out Freedom’s Wesley Britos, 9-0, to reach Saturday. There, in the consi quarters, he pinned White in 1:39, but then lost to Ferkovich in the semi, 3-0.
Dillon Morency, Sandalwood: Went 1-2 in the tournament. Morency lost by fall to Dixon, in 5:41, in the first round, but rallied behind a narrow 6-5 win over DeLand’s Gage Lauter in consi round 1. His loss to Canidate meant that Morency was eliminated.
Julion Fix, Fletcher: Was 0-2 in the tournament, after an injury sustained at districts the week before left him unable to continue, as he injury-defaulted to Wilson in the first round and Britos in consi round 1.

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Jason Davis, Fleming Island (182).

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Jason Davis, Fleming Island: Won the tournament. Davis had two first-period pins on Friday, with a fall in 1:29 over Edgewater’s Tyler Engram in the first round, and a second in 1:23 over University (Orange City)’s Jorge Betancourte in 1:23 to get to the semis. There, Davis majored Evans’ George Schanck by a 14-3 count to reach the final and Winter Springs’ Jason DeGroat. Davis had a score and escape, shutting down DeGroat in a 3-0 decision.
Eddie Bryant, Flagler Palm Coast: Went 3-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday. Bryant injury-defaulted to West Orange’s Paul Atwood in the first round, but showed little ill effects, winning three matches to wrestle for a state berth. He pinned Boone’s Jason Angel in 1:47 and decisioned Freedom’s Marc Dillard, 6-4, to get to Saturday, where he pinned Sandalwood’s Cole Friend in 5:59 to reach the blood round against Logan Celella of Apopka. Celella won by fall in 4:46, eliminating Bryant from the tournament.
Cole Friend, Sandalwood: Went 2-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday. Friend lost to Celella via tech fall, 16-1, in the first round, but got to Saturday behind a 26-second pin of Seminole’s Aaron Edmonds in consi round 1 and a 5-3 win in consi round 2 over Betancourte. The loss by fall to Bryant on Saturday eliminated Friend from the tournament.
Armando Acosta, Buchholz: Went 2-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday. Acosta lost by fall to Schanck in the first round (2:39), but recovered from the pin, taking a 4-3 win over Lake Mary’s Evans Cesar in consi round 1 and then a 6-2 win over Atwood in consi round 2. On Saturday in the consi quarters, Acosta fell to Timber Creek’s Brian Santiago, 6-0, and was eliminated.

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Narek Stepanyan, Fletcher (195).

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Narek Stepanyan, Fletcher: Won the tournament. Stepanyan pinned his way into the final, with a fall in 4:49 over first-round opponent Jon Powell of University (Orlando), then pinned Apopka’s Zach Gallon in 1:39 to get into the semis. There, he pinned Gateway Conference rival David Johnson of Robert E. Lee in 1 minute to set up a District 1 finals rematch against Fleming Island’s Ryan Smenda. Stepanyan was able to hold things closer this time round, winning the bracket with a 3-2 decision.
Ryan Smenda, Fleming Island: Qualified out for states as the runnerup. Smenda pinned Oak Ridge’s Kevin Perez in 48 seconds in the first round, following that up with a pin in 1 minute over West Orange’s Hagen Salickram in the quarters on Friday. In the semis on Saturday, Smenda controlled the action in a 7-3 decision over Freedom’s Justin Marotta, setting up the matchup against Stepanyan in the final.
David Johnson, Robert E. Lee: Qualified out for states by finishing fourth. Johnson opened the tournament with a fall in 2:27 over Timber Creek’s Anthony Coleman, then knocked off Winter Springs’ Jessiah Contreras, 8-6, in the quarters on Friday. That set up the semifinal loss by pin to Stepanyan, but Johnson wasn’t ready to finish wrestling in high school, overcoming Salickram in the blood round, 7-4, to make it to state. Johnson then gave good fight to Marotta in the third-place match before falling, 5-3.
Dexter Moore, Oakleaf: Went 1-2 in the tournament. Moore lost by fall to Marotta in the first round (1:22), but advanced out of consi round 1 with a medical forfeit over DeLand’s Raymond Haverty. In consi round 2, Gallon pinned Moore in 43 seconds, eliminating him from the tournament.

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Brandyne Mackey, Fleming Island: Qualified out for states by finishing third. Mackey started strongly with a fall in 1:03 over Timber Creek’s Jacob Creek in the first round, but then dropped a 5-4 quarterfinal decision to Lake Mary’s Will Litsey. From there, though, Mackey would not lose again, with four wins on the back side. First up was a fall in 2:46 over West Orange’s Cyrus Yousofi in consi round 2 to get to Saturday, then decision victories over DeLand’s Terence Neat in the consi quarter (3-1), Flagler Palm Coast’s Tyler Irigoyen in the consi semi (4-1) and 4-2 in the third-place match over Atlantic Coast’s Kurk Jackson.
Kurk Jackson, Atlantic Coast: Qualified out for states by finishing fourth. Jackson had a solid start on Friday, pinning University (Orlando)’s Wals Edmond in 3:20 in the first round and then decisioning Neat, 7-5, in the quarters. Jackson then lost by injury default to Litsey in the semis, but came back with a 7-3 decision in the consi semis over Apopka’s Matthew Simms to make it out before falling to Mackey for third.
Tyler Irigoyen, Flagler Palm Coast: Went 2-2 in the tournament and got to Saturday. Irigoyen also started strongly, with a 16-0 tech fall over Oak Ridge’s Keon Bush in the first round, and then pinned Simms in 16 seconds to get to Saturday and the eventual champion, Winter Springs’ Montana Lewis, in the semi. Lewis pinned Irigoyen in 5:15 to send him to the consi semis, where his loss to Mackey eliminated him from the tournament.
Darrell McBride, Fletcher: Went 0-2 in the tournament, as he injury-defaulted to Freedom’s Patchiney Prophete in the first round and then a second time to Yousofi in consi round 1.

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Jose Concepcion, Fleming Island: Qualified out for states by finishing third. Concepcion began with a 30-second fall over Lake Howell’s Juan Claros in the first round on Friday, and edged Cypress Creek’s Uzochi Oparaji, 2-1, in the quarters. That set him up for a semifinal match with Dr. Phillips’ Dylan Meeks, and the result was a loss by fall in 1:50. Concepcion picked himself up quickly enough, though, with a 3-2 win in the consi semis over Flagler Palm Coast’s Vincent Ebanks to make it out, adding a 1-0 win in the third-place match over Christian Gomez of Hagerty.
Vincent Ebanks, Flagler Palm Coast: Went 3-2 in the tournament and made it to Saturday. Ebanks pinned Lake Mary’s Ben Moxley in 2 minutes to reach the quarters, but lost there by fall in 3:16 to Freedom’s Darrell Lowe. He would get to the blood round, with a fall in 5:06 over Claros in consi round 2 and a second in 4:40 in Saturday’s consi quarter against Olympia’s Mac McNeilly, but the loss in the blood round to Concepcion eliminated Ebanks from the tournament.
Stanley Hollenbach, Fletcher: Went 0-2 in the tournament, losing by fall to Gomez in 2:44 in the first round. His second match, against Timber Creek’s Shamir Nelson, was closer, as Hollenbach sustained an 8-7 defeat and was eliminated.
Leo White, Robert E. Lee: Went 0-2 in the tournament, with a loss by fall to eventual runnerup TJ Boyd of Winter Springs in 1:09 during the first round. Like Hollenbach, White had a closer match in consi round 1 against University (Orlando)’s Brandon Pureza, falling 3-2, which eliminated White from the tournament.

 

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