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One Weekend For Glory: 1A

1A state preview We wrap up our previews with Class 1A. Enough talk. Enough words. GO TIME! Wrestling starts: Friday at 10 a.m. at The Lakeland Center and continues throughout the day with two rounds of championship and two rounds of consolation

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District Picks, Part VII — Episcopal Generations

Welcome to the final installment of Rock or Suck — Part VII: Episcopal Generations. Yes, there’s been a Star Trek theme to the titles. I do enjoy random references on occasion. ABCs of me. We wrap up the look back

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Bishop Kenny Ends Title Drought With 1A-4 District Title Win

Northeast Florida Matmen staff report The last time that Bishop Kenny won a district wrestling championship, Bill Clinton was president and Saving Private Ryan was the #1 movie of the year. That was 1998, and it’s been a long dry

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1A-District 4 Preview

1A-4 meet preview When & where: Saturday starting at 10 a.m. at Episcopal School of Jacksonville. Per the FHSAA website, the finals start time has yet to be determined. Teams in the field: #4 University Christian and #10 Bishop Kenny

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Thursday Night Roundup Story (1/16)

Northeast Florida Matmen staff report ST. AUGUSTINE — Kenneth “A.J.” Rice has been one of Florida School for the Deaf & Blind’s stalwart wrestlers all season. With a dual on the line, Rice delivered once again for the Dragons against

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Gateway Conference Preview

I have a few thoughts on the Gateway, which starts up today about 1 p.m. at First Coast High, which — sadly — is about as far from my house as it’s possible to get in the Gateway Conference. But

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Ed White Commands Field for Optimist Title

By Shannon Heaton, Northeast Florida Matmen It might be easy for a younger coach like Ed White’s Jaylen Lee to simply point to his own high school wrestling accomplishments and say to his charges, “Do it like I did it.”

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