Florida Girls Results — COMPLETE — Super 32

North Florida
103
Rd of 16: Riley Banyas (Ohio) VPO Ana Bradshaw (Fletcher), 2-0.
Consi 8 #2: Sophia Anderson (St Cloud) VFA Bradshaw, 3:25.

123
Rd of 32: Landon McCartney (Oklahoma) VPO1 Riley White (Matanzas), 4-2.
Consi 16 #2: Tiana Bryant (Alberta CAN) VSU White, 10-0, 1:55.

130
Rd of 16: Anna Krause (New Hampshire) VSU Avery Miller (University Christian), 10-0, 1:55.
Consi 16 #2: Jada Llamido (Florida) VFA Miller, :39.

Smith

Orange Park’s Andrea Smith with her runnerup medal won Sunday at the Super 32 girls’ wrestling tournament in Greensboro NC. Smith was the only north Florida girls wrestler to win a match in the tournament and was just one of two finalists from Florida (Photo submitted by Justin Daniels via Facebook).

195
Quarterfinals: Andrea Smith (Orange Park) VPO1 Kierra Hubmaster (New Jersey), 4-1.
Semifinals: Smith VPO1 Riley Dempewolf (Indiana), 6-1.
Championship: Isabeau Shalack (Illinois) VFA Smith, 2:51.

Statewide
97
Rd of 16: Callie Payton (Georgia) VPO1 Kealonie Vega (FL), 9-7; Janessa George (Colorado) VSU Sara Eusse (FL), 10-0, 1:05; Eva Diaz (FL) VSU Avery Kibelbek (Tennessee), 12-0, 2:23; Alex Szkotnicki (Maryland) VFA Tiana Marcillo (FL), 3:47.
Quarterfinals: Jessica Corredor (FL) VFA Payton, 1:26; Diaz VFA Jaylee Hatcher (Virginia), 1:21.
Semifinals: Corredor VPO1 Samantha Miller (West Virginia), 11-4; Szkotnicki VPO1 Diaz, 6-4.
Championship: Szkotnicki VSU Corredor, 10-0, 2:16.
Consi 8 #1: Ekta Arora (Pennsylvania) VSU Eusse, 10-0, 2:50; Lexia Schechterly (Pennsylvania) VPO1 Marcillo, 7-6.
Consi 8 #2: Jasintai Mallqui (New Jersey) VPO1 Vega, 7-1.
Consi semis: Diaz VFA Kibelbek, 3:43.
Third place: Mallqui VPO1 Diaz, 4-3.

103

Quarterfinals: Olivia Messerly (Kentucky) VSU Sophia Anderson (FL), 10-0, 4:00.
Consi 4: Chloe Dearwester (Ohio) VPO1 Anderson, 7-3.

108
Rd of 16: Akemi Garcia (FL) VPO1 Savannah Lackey (Georgia), 8-7; Hannah Hall (FL) VSU Katerina Pendergrass (North Carolina), 10-0, 1:02; Abby Duke (Pennsylvania) VFA Sanii Porter (FL), :57.
Quarterfinals: Hall VSU1 Nora Quitt (Massachusetts), 13-2, 4:00.
Semifinals: Duke VPO1 Hall, 4-3.
Consi 16 #2: Brooke Hermel (North Carolina) VSU Porter, 10-0, 3:23.
Consi 8 #2: Kennedy Shropshire (Georgia) VSU Garcia, 11-0, 3:00.
Consi semis: Hermel VPO1 Hall, 4-3.
Fifth place: Hall VPO1 Cassidy Benwell (Maryland), 6-5.

115
Rd of 32: Montana DeLawder (Pennsylvania) VSU Shelby Weber (FL), 10-0, 2:11; Samara Chavez (Texas) VPO1 Juliana Diaz (FL), 13-8.
Rd of 16: Emalie Olson (Missouri) VSU Caroline Schmitt (FL), 10-0, 1:24.
Consi 16 #2: Sydney Delois (Indiana) VFA Weber, 3:55; Addison Messerly (Kentucky) VPO Schmitt, 6-0; Diaz VSU Aireaana Gavere (Minnesota), 11-0, 1:55.
Consi 8 #1: Diaz VSU1 May Prado (Georgia), 13-2, 3:21.
Consi 8 #2: Diaz VPO1 Amy Bell (Alberta CAN), 9-6.
Consi 4: Serena DiBenedetto (Ontario CAN) VSU Diaz, 10-0, 1:03.

123
Rd of 32: Bronwyn MacGregor (Ontario CAN) VSU Josie Kaminski (FL), 10-0, 1:30; Olivia Mottley (Texas) VFA Aaralynn Ortega (FL), :48; Lauren Walton (Kentucky) VSU1 Malaicka Pierre-Louis (FL), 12-1, 1:55.
Rd of 16: Madison Diaz (FL) VPO1 Robin Yunis (Tennessee), 7-6.
Quarterfinals: Katie Gomez (California) VSU Diaz, 11-0, 3:36.
Consi 16 #1: Selina Moore (New York) VFA Kaminski, 1:13; Samantha Larsen (New Jersey) VSU Pierre-Louis, 12-0, 1:40.
Consi 16 #2: Yunis VFA Ortega, 2:18.
Consi 8 #2: Bryant VPO1 Diaz, 11-9.

130
Rd of 32: Emma Walker (Tennessee) VFA Jennifer Charles (FL), 1:05; Savannah Cosme (Colorado) VSU1 Jada Llamido (FL), 12-1, 2:53.
Rd of 16: Anna Krause (New Hampshire) VSU Avery Miller (FL), 10-0, 1:55; Korina Blades (Pennsylvania) VFA Stephany Dean (FL), :30.
Consi 16 #2: Alicen Dillard (Colorado) VFA Charles, 3:23; Llamido VFA Miller, :39.
Consi 8 #1: Llamido VFA Jo-Ellen Hutto (North Carolina), :36.
Consi 8 #2: Grace Stern (Pennsylvania) VPO1 Llamido, 10-10.

139
Rd of 16: Chloe Ogden (FL) VFA Eva Keefauver (North Carolina), :52; Kalani Rivas (FL) VPO1 Lily Sherer (Pennsylvania), 6-3.
Quarterfinals: Ogden VPO1 Sara Sulejmani (Illinois), 8-2; Viktorya Torres (Washington) VSU1 Rivas, 11-1, 3:52.
Semifinals: Cheyenne Bowman (California) VSU1 Ogden, 11-1, 3:42.
Consi 8 #2: Rivas VIN over Amelia Cox (Ontario CAN).
Consi 4: Veronica Whitacre (Pennsylvania) VPO1 Rivas, 5-3.
Consi semis: Ogden VSU Whitacre, 10-0, 3:11.
Third place: Ogden VSU Sulejmani, 10-0, 3:28.

148
Rd of 16: Jacquelyn Font (FL) VFA Paige Dickson (Ontario CAN), 2:24; Nyla Burgess (Ontario CAN) VFA Iris Nascimento da Costa Feliz (FL), 2:00; Emma Thompson (Oklahoma) VPO1 Jaden Arrizola (FL), 6-2.
Quarterfinals: Reese Larramendy (Pennsylvania) VPO1 Font, 9-1.
Consi 8 #1: Payton Lanningham (Idaho) VFA Arrizola, 1:05.
Consi 8 #2: Ayala Wolak (Ohio) VPO1 Nascimento da Costa Feliz, 13-11; Font VFA Lanningham, 1:56.
Consi 4: Font VPO1 Wolak, 8-4.
Consi semis: Burgess VSU1 Font, 12-1, 4:00.
Fifth place: Font VPO1 Seda Tsarni (Maryland), 6-3.

195 (no FL wrestlers at 160 or 172)
Quarterfinals: Isabeau Shalack (Illinois) VFA Skyy Gowan (FL), :39; Riley Dempewolf (Indiana) VFA Xiomara Roddy (FL), 1:18.
Semifinals: Shalack VPO Sierra Chavez (FL), 5-0.
Consi 4: Hubmaster VFA Roddy, 1:07.
Consi semis: Dempewolf VPO1 Gowan, 9-4; Chavez VPO1 Hubmaster, 5-0.
Third place: Dempewolf VPO1 Chavez, 3-2.
Fifth place: Hubmaster VFA Gowan, 1:59.

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