Monthly Archives: December 2017

Weekend Statewide Roundup: Dec 29-30

North Florida Matmen staff report KISSIMMEE — Compared to three weeks ago, 3A defending champion South Dade closed the gap against south Georgia powerhouse and a defending champion in its own right, Camden County. After finishing, unofficially, around 20+ points

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Aggie Invitational: Crestview Edges Hosts For 4th

North Florida Matmen staff report CANTONMENT — Tate has been known over the past few seasons to have a healthy dose of Alabama competition on its docket. So it comes as no or little surprise that Alabama teams swept to

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Knockout Day 2 Recap: Three Local Champs, Fleming 3rd

North Florida Matmen staff report KISSIMMEE — It’s progress, and at the highest levels of Florida high school wrestling, that takes on a very different meaning. Last year, Fleming Island was a very distant fourth at the 2016 Knockout Christmas

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Category V Recap: Columbia Wins 2nd Duals Title

By SHANNON HEATON North Florida Matmen GAINESVILLE — Single duals haven’t been the kindest format for Columbia this season. On December 6, the Tigers lost to now-ranked Buchholz. Before the Christmas holiday, Columbia fell to Suwannee in the inaugural “Battle

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Showdown Recap: Pickren Takes Title

North Florida Matmen staff report SODDY DAISY, TN — With just six wrestlers, South Walton was not going to be able to challenge for team honors this past weekend at the Soddy Daisy Showdown. But four Seahawk wrestlers — led

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Holiday Classic Recap: Wewa Finishes 8th

Wewahitchka wrestlers take a group picture over the weekend during competition at the 2017 Holiday Classic in Shreveport, LA. The Gators finished eighth in the 11-team IBT event (Photo by Chassidy Calhoun). North Florida Matmen staff report SHREVEPORT, LA —

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Knockout Day 1 Recap: Fleming 3rd Place

North Florida Matmen staff report KISSIMMEE — Two defending state champions and two teams that would like to be able to say that about themselves in the very near future set the pace in Friday’s first day of wrestling at

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