Monthly Archives: January 2020

1/29 #DailyRoundup: FIHS, OPHS, Pine Ridge Take Wins

North Florida Matmen staff report FLEMING ISLAND — After three years of FHSAA state dual team tournament appearances, and three years as the traditional tournament runnerup in Class 3A, the Fleming Island senior class was honored for its achievements Wednesday

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#WeWentThere: Bolles 37, Bishop Kenny 33

By SHANNON HEATON North Florida Matmen JACKSONVILLE — Bolles was at a net 12-point disadvantage even before wrestling started between the Bulldogs and host Bishop Kenny Wednesday night. But where they were at a numbers disadvantage, the Bulldogs had the

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#TheRecap: Lake Asbury Wins North Florida Championships Team Title

North Florida Matmen staff report MIDDLEBURG — In the end, Lake Asbury wound up getting the last word on taking top honors among north Florida area middle and junior high schools. With the middle-school season wrapping up at Middleburg HS

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1/28 #DailyRoundup: Pace, Wolfson Roll To Dual Wins

North Florida Matmen staff report GULF SHORES, AL — Pace made the first of two trips, scheduled for this week, to Gulf Shores Tuesday night, taking down the Dolphins, 53-27. Jacob Hobbs (113), Ethan Billhimer (126), Atticus Waters (132), Seth

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#TheRecap: Bartram, Buchholz 9-0 At Parker Duals

North Florida Matmen staff report JACKSONVILLE — Bartram Trail and Buchholz have had some good battles in dual tournaments over the past few years, and against one another in individual meets as well. Both the Bears and Bobcats were 9-0

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#TheRecap: Leon’s Zirgibel Takes Syrupmaker Title

North Florida Matmen staff report CAIRO, GA — Leon placed fourth and University Christian was eighth in the 11-team Syrupmaker Invitational, held on Saturday. The Lions had 25 points and University Christian had 15, with Maclay’s JV team also competing

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#TheRecap: Mosley Tops In Panhandle Teams At Bay

North Florida Matmen staff report PANAMA CITY — Mosley didn’t have quite enough points to win the inaugural George Mulligan Memorial two-day tournament at Bay this past weekend. Visiting Georgia side Thomas County Central (TCC) saw to that, with 232.5

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