Mt. St. Joe's Reina pins down fourth title

December 04, 1990

Mount St. Joseph's Khris Reina won his fourth Catholic Wrestling Tournament title, helping the Gaels to their 15th straight Catholic tourney championship. No other team has won the affair since its inception in 1976.

The 16-team event, held at Archbishop Curley last weekend, culminated with Loyola's Chris Stratemeyer defeating DeMatha's Marcus Foran at 171 pounds. Both are returning national prep champions. Stratemeyer pinned opponents in three of his four matches.

Mount St. Joe easily led the field (238.5 points) with six individual champions. Besides Reina (140), St. Joe had individual titles from Paul Scott (112), Shane McCarthy (119), Jon Mack (125), Kevin Neville (152) and Steven Cooper (189).

The Gaels were trailed in the team standings by DeMatha (151.5), Loyola (137.5), Curley (132), Calvert Hall (127) and St. Paul's (121).

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