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Dixie Hollins' 135-pounder faces Wharton's Ben Krcmar today.
By TERRY JONES
Published February 16, 2007
LAKELAND - Dixie Hollins 135-pounder Travis Williams kept his state title hopes alive with a 45-second pin over Lynn Haven Mosley's Michael Rodriguez.
This morning, Williams faces Wharton's Ben Krcmar in a match that could determine the championship opponent from the bottom bracket in one of the most competitive weight classes in Class 2A.
Countryside held its own in the first day of 3A competition.
Junior 125-pounder Tyler Parry pinned J.J. Morgan of Winter Springs at 2 minutes, 33 seconds. Parry was one of four Cougars who won first-round matches.
Defending 3A champion Oviedo and runnerup Miami South Dade were again battling for the team title with eight and six wrestlers still active in the winner's bracket.
Adding team points and staying in the hunt for Countryside were freshman Shawn Sprentall with a 16-0 technical fall at 103, Kyle Grueninger, who scored an 11-3 major decision at 112 and Brandon Lopez, who won 6-0 at 140.
Also in 3A, Largo heavyweight Shawn Deetz won 6-1. Senior Adam Gibson, a 215-pounder, won by pin.
Devontay Harrington, a Northeast junior 152-pounder, pinned Ocala Forest's Adam Lessor.
Alex Paige, a Clearwater Central Catholic 171-pound junior, won by pin in Class A.