Monthly Archives: December 2018

Beast of the Beach Recap: Wakulla Dominates Scene

North Florida Matmen staff report FT WALTON BEACH — Wakulla entered the Christmas holiday on a winning note after finishing second twice in earlier tournaments. The War Eagles put together a dominating performance at the Beast of the Beach on

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Deep South Bayou Recap: Wakulla 3rd, Arnold in top 16

North Florida Matmen staff report GONZALES, LA — It is taking a state-champion level of talent to turn back the Wakulla team this year. We saw that at Border Wars. We saw it at Capital City. We saw it in

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Fight At The Fort Recap: Gulf Breeze 2nd, 3 Champs

North Florida Matmen staff report SPANISH FORT, AL — Gulf Breeze held on to its first-day second-place team finish at the seven-team Fight At The Fort, a two-day roundrobin, on Saturday. The 2A Dolphins scored 261 points, only finishing behind

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Knockout Recap: 4 Area Wrestlers Reach Blood Round

North Florida Matmen staff report KISSIMMEE — The Knockout Christmas Classic has been, for several years now, the pre-eminent regular-season tournament in Florida. This year, it had the goal of taking over the top spot in the Southeast, and so

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Tiger Duals Recap: Young Columbia Rallies For Title

By SHANNON HEATON North Florida Matmen LAKE CITY — If Columbia is going to make the jump from local to statewide significance as a program, it’s experiences like Saturday’s defense of its Tiger Duals that will make it happen. A

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Friday Recap: Knockout, Deep South, Fight at Fort

North Florida Matmen staff report KISSIMMEE — In a field loaded with powerhouse talent, Fleming Island is in the top half of the Knockout Christmas Classic, hosted by Osceola Friday and Saturday. The Golden Eagles are 19th after the first

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Allstate Wildcat Recap: Columbia 6th, Rodriquez Lone Local Champ

North Florida Matmen staff report VALDOSTA, GA —┬áThree Matmen-area teams competed in the two-day Allstate Wildcat Invitational, hosted by Valdosta HS last weekend. Leading the charge for Florida was Columbia, which finished sixth in the 22-team tournament with 144 points.

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