Micah TD, left side low single, 2-0 MJ
Sasso escape, 2-1 MJ
Sasso short offense to an ankle pick, 3-2 SS
Sasso looks for cradle, Micah defends and is able to stand up, 3-3
Micah swing single attempt, Sasso closed whizzer, period ends 3-3
Sasso starts down, quick escape, 4-3 SS
Micah turning up pressure, gets a leg, Sasso forces scramble, action out of bounds
Micah in on Sasso's left leg two more times, finally is able to turn the corner, 5-4 MJ
Sasso with short time gets a clutch escape, all square, 5-5
Micah starts down, quick escape, 6-5 MJ
Micah back in on Sasso's left leg... can get this at will, no finish
Sasso from front headlock is thinking big, swing and a miss on the inside trip, takedown Micah, 8-5 MJ
Sasso goes tripod standup, hits a switch, is looking to slap on a cradle, Micah bails, 8-7 MJ
Short time, Sasso cuts him, can't find an opening, match over, 9-7 MJ
Probably more detail than you needed, but I don't think track is planning to remove the paywall on any of these matches, so there you go. Micah initiated most all of the action in this match and could get to Sasso's legs with relative ease. Finishing was a different story... it's very difficult to finish on Sasso from a head inside single position, and he's always looking to put you in danger after you get stuck under him.
Micah looked to have a decent size advantage on Sasso, as to be expected. I disagree with silvermedal a little bit though... the match didn't start out with great intensity, but by the time both knew it was going to be a match, I think what you saw was pretty close to 100% effort from both guys. Always difficult to gauge with teammates, but for what it's worth it didn't feel like Micah was holding back.