Mance's 4 pins lifts Woodlawn

December 30, 1992

Bel Air, Woodlawn and C. Milton Wright competed in yesterday's Francis Scott Key invitational wrestling tournament with mixed results.

Woodlawn heavyweight Daryl Mance remained unbeaten at 8-0 with four pins to lead the Warriors.

Bel Air sophomore Matt Birth (125, 8-3) used a pin and decisions of 7-0 and 6-0 to win his first crown, while teammate Anthony Pasko (135, 8-3) dropped a 4-2 decision to Francis Scott Key's Chris Beale in his bid to win his second straight tournament crown.

Finishing third for fifth-place Bel Air were Brian Stewart (130) and Brandon Barrett (171), with Joe Strazzire (152) placing fourth.

Placing fourth for seventh-place Woodlawn were David Plack (103), Michael Thomas (145), Tory Gundy (160) and Donte High (189). For eighth-place C. Milton Wright (27 points), Dave Schmidt (103) finished third, and Jason Lentz (112) was fourth.

* Poly Basketball Classic: Senior forward Yolanda Matthews scored 22 points to lead visiting Milford Mill over Patterson, 54-32, in the consolation game of the Poly Classic. Milford Mill will play Surrattsville (P.G.) in consolation action today.

Defending Poly Classic champion Largo beat Central, 83-63, in a semifinal game. Kelly Logan scored 13 to lead host Poly over Edgewood, 36-33, in the other semifinal. Poly will face Largo in tonight's championship.

* Arundel Girls Holiday Tournament: Host Arundel (5-2) overcame 14 first-half turnovers to post a 57-52 upset victory over No. 10 St. Frances (7-3) in the championship game. Alina Smith paced Arundel with 21 points and seven assists while Kristi Webb scored 16 to lead St. Frances.

* IAABO Girls Basketball Invitational Christmas Tournament: Hammond (4-2) lost to DuVal, 55-42, in a fifth-place consolation game at Parkdale High in Riverdale. Sophomore guard Tiki Nicolson led Hammond with 14 points, followed by Kacy Williams with eight and Sonia Keiner with seven. In the third-place consolation game, Laurel did all it could to try and stay with Old Mill, but the Patriots broke open a close game in the third quarter and cruised to a 69-51 victory. Old Mill's Debbie Dawson finished with a game-high 26.

* North Carroll Holiday Basketball Tournament: In a girls semifinal game, Fallston (3-2) took advantage of severe foul problems for Centennial (2-3) and rolled to a 54-38 win behind 17 points by Pam Toth. No. 16 Centennial (6-1) had five players in double figures, beating Fallston, 92-54, in the boys semifinals. Brian Hulka led the Eagles with 15 points and nine rebounds.

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