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Rockwall’s Rally: Yellowjackets Sting the Competition at Frisco Independence Scuffle

Rockwall and Allen both had three champions at the Frisco Independence New Year’s Eve Scuffle.

However, it was Class 6A No. 5-ranked Rockwall that came out on top in the team standings with 447 ½ points during the two-day event that ended on Saturday.

Allen, the No. 1 team in Class 6A, was second with 411 ½ points.

Class 5 No. 12-ranked Melissa was third with 389 ½ points and Richardson rounded out the top four with 360 points.

The Yellowjackets were without Kylie Woods (Class 6A No. 2, 107 pounds) but got points in bunches in the finals with back-to-back titles.

Evelyn Campos (132) went 7-0 to take her bracket, with five pins during the event. The senior won the finals, 5-0, against Rockwall’s Juliana Molina.

Genevieve Parks won the 138-pound title with 7 wins in a row after an opening-night loss to Dallas Skyline’s Syri Robertson. Parks, after the loss by fall, recorded five straight pins. In the semifinals, the senior beat Class 5A No. 8-ranked Summer Rodgers of Frisco Emerson, 7-6.

In the finals, Parks dispatched Canyon’s Skylar Head by a pin in 50 seconds.

Audree Willess, ranked No. 4 at 185 pounds in Class 6A, won her bracket with Rebeka Sorrell of Princeton – No. 13 in Class – by a 4-1 decision.

The senior got a takedown in the first period and led 2-1 and that was the score until a reversal with less than a minute left in the third secured the win. She was 7-0 in the meet….

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