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December 11 Prep Roundup

North Florida Matmen staff report BRUNSWICK, GA — Yulee opened its 2018-19 dual season with a short hop over the state line Tuesday night. The Hornets traveled up I-95 to Brunswick to face off against host Glynn Academy in a

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#NextLevel: December 7-8 Results

North Florida Matmen staff report PROVIDENCE, RI — Host Johnson & Wales used the power of bonus points to hold off Coast Guard, 22-15, on Friday night. The Wildcats jumped out to a 16-0 lead before Coast Guard rallied with

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Charlie Bruce Recap: Pace, Gulf Breeze Go 1-2

North Florida Matmen staff report FULTONDALE, ALA — The two-day Charlie Bruce Memorial Duals were staged in Alabama. A significant majority of the teams were from Alabama. But the last two teams standing at the conclusion of the weekend were

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Westside Kiwanis Recap: First IBT Title For Pankey, Buchholz

By SHANNON HEATON North Florida Matmen JACKSONVILLE — Buchholz has known its share of wins. Just check the T-shirts that the Bobcats wear, noting a string of “Cities” championships have secured as Gainesville city champions over the past several years.

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Matanzas Recap: Host Pirates Rip Through Field

North Florida Matmen staff report PALM COAST — Matanzas sustained no loss in momentum from the close of a 2017-18 season that saw the Pirates take the 2A-Region 1 title in late February. Saturday, the Pirates burst out of the

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Barbara Pill Recap: FPC 1-3 Duals, 10th IBT

North Florida Matmen staff report PALM BAY — The Barbara Pill Memorial tournament at Bayside High has a unique format in that it has duals on Friday and an IBT on Saturday. It’s almost unique to the geographic area, as

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Weeki Wachee Recap: Gainesville 1-7

North Florida Matmen staff report WEEKI WACHEE — Giving up four forfeits, particularly against experienced teams with a full set of weight classes, is a tall order for most teams. It made for a tall order for Gainesville this past

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