N. Carroll overwhelms S. Carroll, 53-6 Wrestling

January 15, 1993|By Bill Free | Bill Free,Staff Writer

Moments after third-ranked North Carroll shredded South Carroll, 53-6, last night in Hampstead, Cavaliers wrestling coach Pete Olson summed up his team's defeat.

"I'll make this simple: It's called a wall, North Carroll," he said. "They're a quality team with a great coach. He [Dick Bauerlein] takes good kids and makes them better."

Olson said he brought a pretty decent team to North Carroll and still got banged around.

"We have an 8-3 record and most of the matches were pretty close," said Olson. "But all the close matches went their way."

It was the second time in three days that the Panthers had bashed a Carroll County opponent. Liberty lost, 50-12, Tuesday night.

North Carroll (7-0) won the first 11 matches last night before South Carroll broke through with a pin by Leo Fryrear over the Panthers' J. T. Torsella in the 189-pound category.

Fryrear gave the Cavaliers their only six points with the fall at 3:34, raising his record to 13-4.

Torsella, in his first season on the varsity, has been wrestling in place of Aaron Skinner at 189. Skinner is ineligible but will return Feb. 5 for the Old Mill match.

The rest of the night belonged to the Panthers, who had five pins. Two of North Carroll's five unbeaten wrestlers, Tommy Kiler and Andy Kiler, came through with falls.

Tommy Kiler raised his record to 13-0 at 125, and Andy Kiler ran his mark to 11-0 at 130.

Doug Dell and Jeremy Myers each moved up a weight class last night and scored decisions to run their records to 13-0. Dell wrestled at 112 and Myers at 119.

That gave Dave Traenkener (103 pounds) a chance to wrestle in his first varsity match for the Panthers. Traenkener decisioned South Carroll's Chris Heard, 16-12.

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