Monthly Archives: November 2018

Let’s Be Careful Out There

So we just sent over the 2018-19 wrestling preview to the Florida Times-Union. Last year’s submission of this preview and its subsequent publication, shall we say, caused a little steam out there in the community. Well, one school, actually. Steam

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Buchholz Preseason Results

We expect to update this. Updates received after 4:30 p.m. today will appear on Sunday. Results as submitted by Wakulla. Inquiry made on Columbia 170. At Buchholz Preseason Classic Wakulla 52, Buchholz A 18 (first match at 138) 106: Hernandez

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Rams Preseason Classic Results

Results as submitted by the host school. At Englewood Rams Preseason Classic First Coast 42, Englewood 36 (first match at 138) 106: Double fft. 113: Jonah Ingram (FC) p. Raequan Staples, :18. 120: Ricardo Rivera-Resto (E) p. Aidan Hastings, 1:20.

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#NextLevel: November 28 Results

North Florida Matmen staff report Below follows a summary of college wrestling that had a Matmen-area presence Wednesday night. We are still looking for one result (Iowa Western at Ellsworth) and will update as available (all listed rankings below as

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Terry Parker Preseason Classic Results

Mandarin results as reported by the Mustangs, Terry Parker results as reported by the Braves. At Terry Parker Preseason Classic Mandarin 46, Atlantic Coast 24 (first match at 145) 106: Bremer (M) p. Courtenay. 113: B. Hoxha (M) p. Shay.

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#TheCalendar2018-19: Gulf Breeze – 7 TO GO

We sent out a few random messages on the Tweeter, as Marty & McGee might call it, and we got one response back. That’s better than my percentage as a fisherman on the rod and reel (to be fair, though,

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#NextLevel: November 27 Results

North Florida Matmen staff report HARTSVILLE, SC — In the only #NextLevel action Tuesday night involving Matmen-area alumni, it was Columbia getting early bragging rights over Suwannee. That’s because visiting UNC-Pembroke built a 15-4 lead over Coker, and made it

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