Yearly Archives: 2019

12/27-30 #NextLevel: DeAugustino Reaches Midlands Final

North Florida Matmen staff report HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL — For Northwestern redshirt freshman Michael DeAugustino (Flagler Palm Coast ’18), the measuring-stick match against Iowa two-time national champion Spencer Lee has to wait a little while longer. But DeAugustino — the

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#TheRecap: Ruff Takes Knockout Title; Fleming 11th In Team Race

North Florida Matmen staff report KISSIMMEE, FLA — Curtis Ruff has already been a state champion. Chad Nix is still chasing one down. Ruff’s state-title experience of a year ago was undoubtedly helpful in him winning a Knockout Christmas Classic

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#TheRecap: Gulf Breeze 5th at Indians Invite

North Florida Matmen staff report WETUMPKA, AL — For having fewer wrestlers than any other team in the top five at this weekend’s Indians Invitational, Gulf Breeze hung in well as Florida’s lone representative in the 14-team tournament. The Dolphins

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#TheRecap: Roberts, Moseley Place At Lone Survivor

North Florida Matmen staff report SHREVEPORT, LA — The pessimistic look at the Lone Survivor shows Wewahitchka deep in the team table. The optimistic look is that the Gators finished ahead of all other similarly-sized (four wrestlers or less) in

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#WeWentThere: Brentwood Wins Category 5; Baker 3rd, Union 4th

North Florida Matmen staff report GAINESVILLE — A year ago, Tennessee’s Brentwood Academy had made the seven-hour trip from the Nashville area to Kissimmee for the Knockout Christmas Classic. This year, with a younger team, Brentwood postponed their visit to

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12/20-26 #NextLevel Holiday Notebook

North Florida Matmen staff report Just a couple of notes from area college alumni prior to Christmas: Desert Duals: At Las Vegas on December 22, UNC-Pembroke was 2-2, with wins over Minot State (26-12) and Vanguard (32-9), falling to Northern

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#TheRecap: It’s A Beast Four-Peat For Wakulla

North Florida Matmen staff report FT WALTON BEACH — The beat at the Beast goes on for Wakulla. Making a four-peat happen at Beast of the Beach almost didn’t happen for the War Eagles, which entered the tournament championship dual

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