#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 per Intermat).

Gustilo

Ethan Gustilo

Reinhardt 26, Life 18: At Waleska GA, in a matchup of Eagles vs. Eagles for intrastate bragging rights, it was host and 16th-ranked (NAIA) Reinhardt that bounced the 12th-ranked Life visitors. Freshman Ethan Gustilo (Oakleaf ’18) continued his winning ways for Reinhardt, knocking off Life junior Lucas Patterson, 9-5, at 133, as the hosts won each weight from 125 through 149.

TracyDavis

Tracy Davis

Iowa Lakes 44, Minnesota West 0: At Estherville IA, the hosts, ranked T-2nd in the NJCAA, romped to the easy dual win, with five contested victories netting bonus points. One of those wrestlers picking up bonus for the Lakers was Tracy Davis (Fleming Island ’16), who teched Minnesota West’s Rashawn Crumpler, 18-2. Iowa Lakes is next on the mats Saturday at the Buena Vista Open in nearby Storm Lake, IA.

Wright

Zoe Wight

Emmanuel women 20, Life 17: At Franklin Springs, GA, the fourth-ranked (WCWA) hosts won three matches each in the lower and upper weights to take the dual victory. Life’s Zoe Wight (Gulf Breeze ’14) took a 9-1 loss while competing at 143 pounds, falling to Emmanuel’s fourth-ranked Kayla Marano. The 14th-ranked Eagles will next compete at the Patriot Duals in Williamsburg, KY, this weekend.

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I covered wrestling for 15 years up north and "retired" in both 1992 and again in 2011. But I couldn't stay away. Started Northeast Florida Matmen in 2013, Northwest Florida Matmen in 2015. We combined those sites into North Florida Matmen in the summer of 2018. And, we've started South Georgia Matmen in November of 2018. Our work is never paywalled, our content is searchable for all time. We're here because the kids keep lacing 'em up, so we'll keep writing 'em up.

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