Head coach: John Mayberry (eighth season).
1889-1990 record: 10-3.
Top wrestlers: Senior, Duke Koblinsky (130); juniors, Shawn Miller (112), Josh Marder (125), David Apple (140), Chris McTamany (145), Seth Lopatkiewicz (152) and Dave Maculey (160); sophomore, Charlie Bennett (103).
Coach's outlook: "Our goals are to be competitive with everyone. I don't think anyone will be able to be with Old Mill, but we'll be strong right up to 130 pounds and I'd like to finish at about 11-3 or 10-4. We've only got 26 kids out for the team, so if anyone gets hurt we could be in deep trouble."
Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: Broadneck's leaders are Miller and Koblinsky. Miller was a county and regional champion before finishing third in the state last season and Koblinsky was a county runner-up. Bennett, a three-time junior league state champion, is stepping in for last year's county and regional champion and state runner-up Jason Berger. The Bruins will have some strong backing in a pair of lower weight classes, as Roy Brazeau (119) and Vin Gerrior (125) both were junior varsity county champions. Broadneck's fourth-place finish in the Annapolis tournament this past weekend was a pleasant surprise for Mayberry and and could give Broadneck momentum in the season's opening weeks. Depending on how healthy the Bruins stay, they should finish in the top half among the county's teams. However, the Bruins could use a few more confidence-boosting victories right now and their upcoming Christmas tournament (Dec. 28) and a dual meet against Southern (Jan. 4) will be pivotal.