Monthly Archives: January 2019

#NextLevel: January 30 — Newberry 29, Coker 12

North Florida Matmen staff report HARTSVILLE, SC — Newberry is ramping up its duals momentum. The Wolves won their ninth straight dual of the 2018-19 season Wednesday night under head coach Cy Wainwright (Clay & Newberry alum), taking down in-state

Posted in Uncategorized

Cities Recap: Buchholz Wins 6th Consecutive

North Florida Matmen staff report GAINESVILLE — Buchholz romped to its sixth consecutive Cities championship Wednesday night, giving up just one contested match in defeating Eastside, 78-6, and Gainesville, 66-10, at home. On a night in which Bobcat past and

Posted in Uncategorized

Prep Roundup January 30

North Florida Matmen staff report TALLAHASSEE — The greater Tallahassee area looks forward to the annual Lincoln-Wakulla dual each year. And, with both teams coming off of (at least) state-semifinal appearances in their respective classifications at Osceola HS in Kissimmee

Posted in Uncategorized

Nease Quad Recap

By SHANNON HEATON North Florida Matmen PONTE VEDRA BEACH — Four teams convened at Nease Wednesday night in search of some midweek mat time and confirmation of some answers Wednesday night. Injuries have ravaged Nease all season. The wrestlers on

Posted in Uncategorized

Syrupmaker Invitational Results

We received results from Cairo and the Syrupmaker Invitational on Sunday night. A request was made at that time for complete results, with no response. The results that we received on Sunday night are published verbatim, with original spellings. (Additional

Posted in Uncategorized

#NextLevel: January 25-29

North Florida Matmen staff report LEBANON, TN — Saturday was a big day for Southeastern freshman Jaquan English (Fleming Island/Raines ’18). English won big in three matches and won close when it counted while competing unattached at the Cumberland Open

Posted in Uncategorized

North Florida Championship Recap: Lake Asbury Battles Through For Team Title

North Florida Matmen staff report LAKE CITY — As they have for most of the middle-school season, Lake Asbury and Wilkinson staged a pitched battle for top honors in Saturday’s North Florida Championships, the season-ending event for middle-school wrestling in

Posted in Uncategorized