#Schedules19-20: Houston Is TWELFTH IN

So we’ve obtained our twelfth schedule for the 2019-20 season. This one came in a couple of hours ago, and adds to our collection for Region 1-6A, as Houston has checked in.

houston

The Bears will kick off in November, but will wait a week to begin competition, hosting their one-day duals tournament, the Bear Duals, on the 16th. Houston will stay in duals mode for the rest of November, traveling to Ola for the one-day Ola Duals on the 23rd. They’ll wrap up pre-Thanksgiving competition with a shorter trip to region rival Valdosta for the Grapple on the Gridiron on the 26th.

Houston has four competitions in December, three of them on weekends. I’m not sure what the format is any one of them. First up is the Walnut Grove Rumble, hosted by Walnut Grove HS, on the 6th and 7th. The Bears will host a midweek tri-meet on the 11th, with Perry and Veteran’s coming in for duals. They’ll head over to Perry for the two-day Perry Invitational on the 20th and 21st, and will compete at the one-day Bulldog Bash, hosted by Harlem in between Christmas and New Year’s on the 28th.

In January, the Bears will compete in Colquitt’s IBT on the first weekend, competing in the Packer Classic (Houston has this as a one-day event, but the host Packers’ schedule listed it as two). Next up will be GHSA dual team tournament action, with Region 1-6A congregating at Valdosta on the 11th and the possibility of state duals at the Macon Centreplex on the 16th through the 18th. The Bears will head to Rutland, along with First Presbyterian, for a midweek tri-meet on the 14th, and will conclude the regular season with a second trip to Perry for County Champiopnships on the 24th.

February, as it will be for every Georgia team, is only about the post-season traditional series. Coffee will host the traditional tournament for Region 1-6A on the 1st, with Lanier set to host the section that Region 1 will feed into on the 7th and 8th. States are scheduled at the Centreplex from the 12th-15th.

Houston is our 12th schedule in. But we need many more schedules. We need YOUR schedule. Who’s NEXT??

Teams can email their schedule to me (head coaches that got both my individual email earlier this month and last weekend’s group “blast” email now have my work email, and should use that, preferably, to the gmail account, but now that things are starting to heat up I will check it more often), or schedules can be sent to me via the South Georgia Matmen Facebook group, which I encourage you all to join. I would love to see the Georgia group get bigger than the Florida group.

Find us on Facebook at South Georgia Matmen or on Twitter at @SouthGAMatmen. Email your schedules to us at southgamatmen@gmail.com

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#Schedules19-20: Americus-Sumter Is ELEVENTH IN

So we’ve obtained our eleventh schedule for the 2019-20 season. Glad to see them start back up after we went a couple of weeks without any.

I think this might be our first one out of Region 1-4A, as Americus-Sumter has checked in.

americus-sumter

The Panthers will not start competition until December, according to the schedule we received today, with a midweek quad meet at Perry on the 3rd. Americus-Sumter will then return to Tift’s Blue Devil Duals, a one-day duals event, on the 7th. They’ll have midweek duals on the road at Chattahoochee Cty on the 12th and Crawford on the 17th, then will compete in the Perry Invitational, a two-day event (not sure if that’s bracketed or roundrobin) on the 20th and 21st, then break for the holidays.

Although I was told one more date could be scheduled, as of now January competition will kick off on the 11th with the Region 1-4A dual team tournament at Shaw. The Panthers will then travel to Northside Columbus for a midweek dual on the 14th, with the possibility of state duals later on that week and weekend (16th-18th) at the Macon Centreplex. Americus-Sumter then will go to Lee for a midweek quad meet on the 21st, then a little farther on Saturday the 25th, when it will go to Ola for the Last Man Standing, a one-day IBT. The regular season will conclude with the Panthers’ Senior Night and only home dual, when they’ll dual Marion on the 28th.

February, as it will be for every Georgia team, is only about the post-season traditional series; for Region 1-4A, “February” begins on the 31st of January with the traditional tournament being hosted by Cairo. Although I’m not sure which section Region 1 will feed into, we do know the host, as Woodward Academy will have that responsibility on the 7th-8th, States are scheduled at the Centreplex from the 12th-15th.

Americus-Sumter is our 11th schedule in. But we need many more schedules. We need YOUR schedule. Who’s NEXT??

Teams can email their schedule to me (head coaches that got both my individual email earlier this month and Saturday’s group “blast” email now have my work email, and should use that, preferably, to the gmail account, but now that things are starting to heat up I will check it more often), or schedules can be sent to me via the South Georgia Matmen Facebook group, which I encourage you all to join. I would love to see the Georgia group get bigger than the Florida group.

Find us on Facebook at South Georgia Matmen or on Twitter at @SouthGAMatmen. Email your schedules to us at southgamatmen@gmail.com

We’re EXPANDING in North Florida too! We are posting records updates for teams that compete against our area at the Region level (similar to Sections in GA). Check out our affiliated site at http://northeastfloridamatmen.wordpress.com

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Super 32 Early Entry: 4 South GA Qualifiers At Kissimmee FLA Event

At Osceola HS, Kissimmee FLA

Super 32 Early Entry
South Georgia Results

106
Logan Paradice (Storm Wrestling Center)
Rd of 64: MD Blake Pu (NFWA), 8-0.
Rd of 32: FALL Julian Montero (Maximum Performance, 1:05.
Rd of 16: L-FALL Angelo DeDona (Manatee, eventual champ), 2:56.
Consi 16 #2: L-MD Joseph Lyttle (Team Kombat), 9-0.

Ethan McCullough (South Georgia AC)
Rd of 64: L-FALL Sam Marvel (Wellington), 4:38.
Consi 32 #1: FALL Donavan Eury (Wiregrass Ranch), 2:23.
Consi 32 #2: DEC Nathan McGill (Tiger WC), 7-0.
Consi 16 #1: DEC Austin Gehr (Lake Gibson), 6-4, SV.
Consi 16 #2: DEC Gage Wiggins (Charlotte), 7-3.
Consi 8 #1: DEC Matthew Velasco (Cardinal Gibbons), 3-0.
Consi 8 #2: L-FALL Tyler Perrow (Palm Bay, eventual 4th), 1:50.

Dominic DiTomasso (South Georgia AC)
Rd of 64: L-DEC Angelo DeDona (Manatee, eventual champ), 12-7.
Consi 32 #1: FALL Reid Noble (Steinbrenner), :44.
Consi 32 #2: MD Mason VanZantvoort (Woodstock), 11-0.
Consi 16 #1: FALL Brett Millard (Monsta), :20.
Consi 16 #2: L-MD Kevin Placer (Eagles), 8-0.

Hunter McCullough (South Georgia AC)
Rd of 64: FALL Ian Stephens (SGAC), 1:58.
Rd of 32: L-FALL Christian Guzman (Explorer), 4:22.
Consi 32 #2: L-FALL William Valach (unaffiliated), :59.

Ian Stephens (SGAC)
Rd of 64: L-FALL Hunter McCullough (South Georgia AC), 1:58.
Consi 64 #2: L-FALL Aaron Ortiz (Top Gun WA), 1:21.

113
Riley Dahlgren (Camden Elite)
Rd of 32: FALL Elijah Ortiz (South County Grapplers), 1:42.
Rd of 16: MD Jonathan Dominguez (Springstead), 14-2.
Quarters: L-DEC Danny Martinez (Eagle Empire, eventual champ), 5-2.
Consi 8 #2: DEC David Corret-Jer (Orange & Blue Gators), 3-1.
Consi 4: L-DEC Marco Castillo (Ft Pierce Central), 2-1.

Tyson McCullough (South Georgia AC)
Rd of 64: TF Elijah Fisher (PHU), 17-2, 6:00.
Rd of 32: FALL Sebastian Reyes (Barron Collier), 3:49.
Rd of 16: L-FALL Dylan Quiroga (North Brevard WA), 2:39.
Consi 16 #2: FALL Jalen Moliere (CFWA), 1:53.
Consi 8 #1: L-FALL Edward Irizarry (Cape Coral), :37.

120
Ethan Sellers (Storm)
Rd of 64: FALL Hunter VanVactor (Clay), 1:17.
Rd of 32: FALL Keyshaun Taylor (Leesburg), 3:20.
Rd of 16: DEC Jaden Villalobos (Wrestling University), 4-2.
Quarters: L-DEC Diego Peralta (Miami Elite, eventual 4th), 5-2.
Consi 8 #2: L-DEC Jacob Fleitas (Ft Pierce Central, eventual 3rd), 7-3.

Connor Fargnoli (Camden Elite)
Rd of 32: L-FALL Tyler Cabral (Miami Elite, eventual champ), 2:29.
Consi 32 #2: L-DEC Braxton Abbott (Monsta WC), 6-4, SV.

Alex Hale (South Georgia AC)
Rd of 64: L-FALL Aiden Gasper (SWAT), 3:14.
Consi 32 #2: L-FALL Carter Willis (Top Gun WA), 2:40.

126
Caleb Picard (Camden Elite)
Rd of 64: FALL Jackson Dodge (Hernando), :35.
Rd of 32: TF Atticus Waters (Champion WC), 5:21.
Rd of 16: L-DEC Rocco Senia (Palm Bay), 5-1.
Consi 16 #2: FALL James Marvel (Wellington), 1:09.
Consi 8 #1: L-DEC Travis Knowlton (unaffiliated, eventual 3rd), 0-0, TB-1.

Andrew Adams (South Georgia AC)
Rd of 64: DEC Jordan Henry (South County Grapplers), 12-9.
Rd of 32: MD Seth George (unattached), 14-1.
Rd of 16: L-FALL Russell Raabe (Ft Pierce Central, eventual runnerup), :36.
Consi 16 #2: L-FALL Travis Knowlton (unaffiliated, eventual 3rd), 1:51.

Michael Bledsoe (Storm)
Rd of 64: L-DEC Adrian Ochoa (Eagles), 12-9.
Consi 32 #1: L-DEC Diego Romero (Explorer), 4-1.

Lucas Watson (South Georgia AC)
Rd of 64: L-FALL Garret Murphy (unattached), :58.
Consi 32 #1: L-FALL Maverick Hauser (St Cloud), 2:40.

132
Kaleb Clark (Camden Elite)
Rd of 64: TF Raymond Hatchman (Camden Elite), 16-0, 2:46.
Rd of 32: FALL Justin Cole (Cape Coral), :56.
Rd of 16: L-DEC Jaekus Hines (Attack, eventual champ), 6-3.
Consi 16 #2: DEC Roman Garcia (Palmetto Ridge), 3-1.
Consi 8 #1: L-DEC Michael Shannon (New Smyrna Beach), 5-3.

Daniel Walden (South Georgia AC)
Rd of 64: L-FALL Sebastian Melguizo (Eagles, eventual runnerup), 1:41.
Consi 64 #2: L-FALL Alfonso Vargas (Tiger WC), :23.

138
QUALIFIER (3rd): Kason Sellers (Storm Wrestling Center)
Rd of 64: TF Jackson Hudson (American Warrior), 17-2.
Rd of 32: DEC Jacive Sheppard (Top Gun WA), 6-0.
Rd of 16: FALL Josiah Jenkins (Tiger WC), 2:39.
Quarters: DEC Dylan Mira (Explorer Wrestling), 6-1.
Semis: L-DEC Alex Rosario (Lake Gibson, eventual champ), 10-4.
Consi Semis: DEC Josiah Jenkins (Tiger WC), 2-0.
Third Place: MEDFFT over Ian McGuigan (Monsta).

Robert Henderson (Camden Elite)
Rd of 64: FALL Tanner Campbell (Countryside), 2:50.
Rd of 32: L-MD Ian McGuigan (Monsta, eventual 4th), 14-3.
Consi 32 #2: FALL Caleb Mashburn (Maximum Performance), 2:39.
Consi 16 #1: MD Bransen Byrd (Jensen Beach), 9-0.
Consi 16 #2: L-DEC Josiah Jenkins (Tiger WC), 1-0.

Phin Johnson (Storm Wrestling Center)
Rd of 64: FALL Louis Sassano (no team), :54.
Rd of 32: L-DEC Sebastian Montero (Eagles, eventual runnerup), 5-3.
Consi 32 #2: TF Joseph Lotito (Cypress Bay), 17-0, 2:37.
Consi 16 #1: L-DEC Tyler Savastano (Jensen Beach), 4-2, SV.

145
Nathanial Taylor (Storm)
Rd 32: L-FALL Lukas Forehand (Wellington), 1:25.
Consi 32 #2: DEC Chaz Diaz (Wiregrass Ranch), 4-0.
Consi 16 #1: DEC Luke Boree (Clay), 3-1.
Consi 16 #2: DEC Bryce Dodge (West Port), 9-2.
Consi 8 #1: L-DEC Tehran Piza (Jensen Beach), 7-2.

152
QUALIFIER (3rd): Nathan Santos (Camden Elite)
Rd of 32: FALL Kevin Johnston (unaffiliated), 3:16.
Rd of 16: MD Brandon Moreno (Eagles), 8-0.
Quarters: L-MD Will George (Orange & Blue Gators, eventual runnerup), 14-5.
Consi 8 #2: FALL Joel Rodriguez (Beach Rats), 2:19.
Consi 4: FALL Danil Korochenskiy (Cardinal Gibbons), 1:49.
Consi Semis: FALL Destin Jones (Team Phoenix), 2:55.
Third Place: FFT Charles Morton (Camden Elite).

QUALIFIER (4th): Charles Morton (Camden Elite)
Rd of 64: FALL Jabore Brown (Treasure Coast), :39.
Rd of 32: MD Daniel Garlin (Maximum Performance), 13-5.
Rd of 16: DEC Billy Fetzner (Hernando), 13-9.
Quarters: L-MD Destin Jones (Team Phoenix), 13-2.
Consi 8 #2: MD Favian Oliva (Eagles), 10-2.
Consi 4: DEC Brandon Moreno (Eagles), 3-2.
Consi Semis: DEC Parker Drake (Tampa Bay Brawlers), 9-5.
Third Place: L-FFT Nathan Santos (Camden Elite).

170
Gareth Chaney (South Georgia AC)
Rd of 64: FALL Daniel DiQuollo (Treasure Coast), 1:03.
Rd of 32: FALL Jackson Osteen (Wakulla), 4:01.
Rd of 16: DEC Raul Soto (Lake Gibson), 8-4.
Quarters: FALL Spencer O’Neill (St Cloud), 1:25.
Semis: L-FALL Kohl Drake (Tampa Bay Brawlers, eventual runnerup), 4:02.
Consi Semis: L-DEC Wilfredo Martinez (St Cloud, eventual 4th), 4-0.

220
QUALIFIER (2nd): Garrett Gaston (Camden Elite)
Quarters: DEC Ethan Hollenbach (Beach Rats, eventual 4th), 3-1.
Semis: DEC Elijah Green (Wellington, eventual 3rd), 5-1.
Championship: L-DEC Tristan Middlebrook (Lake Gibson), 4-3.

285
Brian Jones (Camden Elite)
Quarters: L-DEC Raul Gonzalez (NFWA, eventual runnerup), 7-6.
Consi 8 #2: FALL Matthew Jimenez (Somerset Academy), 2:36.
Consi 4: DEC Zac Johnson (Cowboy WC), 5-0, SV.
Consi Semis: L-DEC Levi Krakoff (Jensen Beach, eventual 4th), 1-0.

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#Schedules19-20: Tift IS TENTH IN

So we’ve obtained our tenth schedule for the 2019-20 season. We are at double digits and only seven behind Florida.

Less than an hour ago, we picked up our third schedule for Region 1-7A, as Tift submitted its schedule to us.

tift

The Blue Devils will go to Ware on the first competitive Saturday in November (the 9th) and compete in the Gators’ one-day duals tournament, the Swamp Duals. Tift will stay in dual format for the rest of November, with a trip to Allatoona for that school’s one-day Blackbeard Duals on November 16th, then up to Ola for the Ola Duals on the 23rd, another one-day event. Tift’s fourth one-day duals tournament will be a little closer, as the Blue Devils will go to Valdosta’s Grapple on the Gridiron on the 26th.

The calendar will tick over to December, but the theme will stay mostly the same. Tift will host its annual one-day duals tournament, the Blue Devil Duals, on the 7th, then will compete in the two-day Hornet Duals tournament over at Cook on the 13th and 14th. The Blue Devils’ first IBT of the season will be set just before Christmas, with another trip to Valdosta, this time for the Allstate Wildcat Invitational on the 20th and 21st. From there, Tift will break for the holidays.

The Blue Devils will travel to region rival Colquitt for the Packer Classic two-day IBT on January 3-4, then will host for the second time in the season with Region 1-7A dual team tournament competition on the 11th. With the possibility of state duals in play at the Macon Centreplex between the 16th and 18th, the next regular-season competition is also the last scheduled regular-season competition of the year, as Tift will go to Toombs for the Sweet Onion Memorial IBT tournament on the 24th and 25th.

February, as it will be for every Georgia team, is only about the post-season traditional series. For the Blue Devils, Region 1-7A traditional tournament competition is at Camden on the 1st. Sections are set for the 7th and 8th, with Perry hosting, and sttates are scheduled at the Centreplex from the 12th-15th.

Tift is our 10th schedule in. But we need many more schedules. We need YOUR schedule. Who’s NEXT??

Teams can email their schedule to me (head coaches that got my email earlier this week now have my work email, and should use that, preferably, to the gmail account, but now that things are starting to heat up I will check it more often), or schedules can be sent to me via the South Georgia Matmen Facebook group, which I encourage you all to join. I would love to see the Georgia group get bigger than the Florida group.

Find us on Facebook at South Georgia Matmen or on Twitter at @SouthGAMatmen. Email your schedules to us at southgamatmen@gmail.com

We’re EXPANDING in North Florida too! We are posting records updates for teams that compete against our area at the Region level (similar to Sections in GA). Check out our affiliated site at http://northeastfloridamatmen.wordpress.com

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#Schedules19-20: Pierce Is NINTH IN

So we’ve obtained our ninth schedule for the 2019-20 season.

As a result of the big push we made in sending coaches emails earlier this week, we got several new schedules. The last one we got on Friday was from Pierce.

pierce

The Bears will begin the season with a home-opening tri-meet on November 12 with Appling and Johnson coming to visit. Pierce will then travel to Coffee for a one-day duals tournament on the 16th and to Ware for a midweek tri-meet with Lowndes on the 19th. The first IBT tournament on the Bears’ schedule appears to be the Brantley Bash, a one-day tournament on the 23rd.

In December, the Bears host Wayne and Appling in a midweek tri-meet on the 4th, then will go to Jeff Davis for the two-day Yellow Jacket Duals on the 6th and 7th. After hosting Brantley for a midweek dual on a rare Monday, the 9th, the Bears will take part in Cook’s two-day Hornet Duals on the 13th and 14th. Last on the agenda in December will a trip over to Valdosta for the Allstate Wildcat Invitational, a two-day IBT on the 20th and 21st, after which Pierce will break for the holidays.

January opens with a visit to Lambert on the 3rd and 4th for the Hook ‘Em Holiday Clash IBT. The Bears then will dual Yulee FLA and Wayne in a midweek tri-meet at Wayne on the 7th. Next up should be Area 1-3A duals on either the 10th or 11th (date and venue TBA) with state duals in the offing at the Macon Centreplex on the 16th through the 18th. After state duals, the Bears will travel to Brantley as part of the teams’ home-and-home Monday duals battle on the 20th, then will compete in an away dual at Colquitt on the 22nd. Pierce will then complete the regular season with a visit to Toombs for the Sweet Onion Memorial IBT on the 24th and 25th.

February, as it will be for every Georgia team, is only about the post-season traditional series. For the Bears, a host for the Area 1-3A traditional tournament (as well as a date for the tournament) has not been finalized. Sections are set for the 7th and 8th, with host TBA. States are scheduled at the Centreplex from the 12th-15th.

Pierce is our ninth schedule in, and as of now we’re caught up to our inbox. So we need many more schedules. We need YOUR schedule. Who’s NEXT??

Teams can email their schedule to me (head coaches that got my email earlier this week now have my work email, and should use that, preferably, to the gmail account, but now that things are starting to heat up I will check it more often), or schedules can be sent to me via the South Georgia Matmen Facebook group, which I encourage you all to join. I would love to see the Georgia group get bigger than the Florida group.

Find us on Facebook at South Georgia Matmen or on Twitter at @SouthGAMatmen. Email your schedules to us at southgamatmen@gmail.com

We’re EXPANDING in North Florida too! We are posting records updates for teams that compete against our area at the Region level (similar to Sections in GA). Check out our affiliated site at http://northeastfloridamatmen.wordpress.com

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#Schedules19-20: Ware Is EIGHTH IN

So we’ve obtained our eighth schedule for the 2019-20 season.

As a result of the big push we made in sending coaches emails earlier this week, we got several new schedules. Fifth among those we got was Ware’s.

ware

Ware will kick off the season on the first competitive weekend of November, hosting the Swamp Duals on the 9th, a one-day dual tournament that will most likely kick off Matmen’s live coverage this year as well. Ware will then compete in the Blue Line Duals on the 16th in another one-day duals tournament (not sure who hosts that one). The Gators will then host Lowndes and Pierce in a midweek tri-meet on the 19th, then travel over to Brantley for its Bash one-day IBT tournament on the 23rd. The month wraps on the 26th, with Ware competing in South Effingham’s Turkey Duals on the 26th.

After a midweek dual at Brunswick on the 3rd, the Gators will compete in Jeff Davis’ two-day Yellow Jacket duals tournament on the 6th and 7th. Ware will have an away midweek dual on the 10th at Lowndes, then will go to Effingham’s two-day IBT, the Rebel Invitational, on the 13th and 14th. Ware hosts a midweek tri-meet on the 17th, with Appling and Wayne in attendance, and the Gators will travel over the state line to nearby Florida rival Yulee FLA for its two-day Yulee Duals tournament on the 20th and 21st, then will break for the holidays.

In January, the Gators’ first competition will be at Colquitt for the Packer Classic, which might be two days (not sure; Ware has it as one, but Colquitt listed it as two days on its schedule) of IBT action on the 3rd and 4th. After joining Appling for an away tri-meet at Wayne on the 9th, Ware will go to South Effingham on the 11th for Region 2-5A dual team tournament action, with the possibility of state duals on the 16th through the 18th at the Macon Centreplex. After states, Ware will host a midweek Senior Night tri-meet on the 21st with Appling and Yulee in attendance; from there, the Gators will travel to Toombs for the Sweet Onion Memorial, a two-day IBT, on the 24th and 25th. They’ll close down the regular season with an away dual at Coffee on the 29th.

February, as it will be for every Georgia team, is only about the post-season traditional series. Ware will host the Region 2-5A traditional tournament on the 1st and travel to Loganville for the section meet on the 7th and 8th (though whether that’s A or B is not certain at this writing). States are scheduled at the Centreplex from the 12th-15th.

Ware is our eighth schedule in, and we have one more precap that we need to post, but we need many more schedules. We need YOUR schedule. Who’s NEXT??

Teams can email their schedule to me (head coaches that got my email earlier this week now have my work email, and should use that, preferably, to the gmail account, but now that things are starting to heat up I will check it more often), or schedules can be sent to me via the South Georgia Matmen Facebook group, which I encourage you all to join. I would love to see the Georgia group get bigger than the Florida group.

Find us on Facebook at South Georgia Matmen or on Twitter at @SouthGAMatmen. Email your schedules to us at southgamatmen@gmail.com

We’re EXPANDING in North Florida too! We are posting records updates for teams that compete against our area at the Region level (similar to Sections in GA). Check out our affiliated site at http://northeastfloridamatmen.wordpress.com

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#Schedules19-20: Wayne IS SEVENTH IN

So we’ve obtained our seventh schedule for the 2019-20 season.

As a result of the big push we made in sending coaches emails earlier this week, we got several new schedules. Fourth among those we got was Wayne’s.

wayne

The Yellowjackets won’t begin their season until December 3rd, when they’ll host Glynn and New Hampstead in a midweek tri-meet. There’ll be another midweek tri-meet on the 4th, when Wayne travels along with Appling over to Pierce. The first weekend tournament on Wayne’s schedule will be on the 6th and 7th, when the Yellow Jackets go to Jeff Davis for its two-day Yellow Jacket Duals tournament. Wayne will host Appling, Charlton and Jeff Davis in a midweek quad meet on the 10th, then will compete in its first IBT tournament of the season on the 13th and 14th with Effingham’s Rebel Invitational. A busy month will continue on the 17th with a dual at region rival Ware, followed by a trip over the state line to Yulee, FLA, and its two-day Yulee Duals tournament on the 20th and 21st.

January will kick off with two midweek tri-meets at home, first on the 7th against Pierce and Yulee, then again on the 9th with Ware and Appling, before competing in Region 2-5A dual team tournament action at South Effingham on the 11th, with the possibility of state duals at the Macon Centreplex from the 16th through the 18th. Should state not be in the plans for the Yellowjackets, they’re scheduled for another home quad with Appling, Bacon and McIntosh County Academy on the 14th, an away dual at region rival New Hampstead and a home tri-meet on the 17th against Effingham and West Nassau, FLA. Prior to the traditional tournament series, Wayne has an away tri-meet at Effingham along with Islands on the 22nd, an away dual at Vidalia on the 23rd and complete the regular season with an away dual at Jeff Davis on the 28th.

February, as it will be for every Georgia team, is only about the post-season traditional series. Wayne will head to Ware for the Region 2-5A traditional tournament on the 1st and travel to Loganville for the section meet on the 7th and 8th (though whether that’s A or B is not certain at this writing). States are scheduled at the Centreplex from the 12th-15th.

Wayne is our seventh schedule in, and we have two more precaps that we need to post, but we need many more schedules. We need YOUR schedule. Who’s NEXT??

Teams can email their schedule to me (head coaches that got my email earlier this week now have my work email, and should use that, preferably, to the gmail account, but now that things are starting to heat up I will check it more often), or schedules can be sent to me via the South Georgia Matmen Facebook group, which I encourage you all to join. I would love to see the Georgia group get bigger than the Florida group.

Find us on Facebook at South Georgia Matmen or on Twitter at @SouthGAMatmen. Email your schedules to us at southgamatmen@gmail.com

We’re EXPANDING in North Florida too! We are posting records updates for teams that compete against our area at the Region level (similar to Sections in GA). Check out our affiliated site at http://northeastfloridamatmen.wordpress.com

Please support our independent journalism!

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