Snow puts 2nd N. Carroll-Key showdown on ice County wrestling tourney postponed

February 14, 1993|By Bill Free | Bill Free,Staff Writer

Second-ranked North Carroll and fifth-ranked Francis Scott Key will have to wait seven more days before a second showdown.

A snowstorm that hit the county late Friday night forced the postponement of yesterday's Carroll County wrestling tournament at Liberty High.

The county tournament has been rescheduled for Saturday at Liberty, with the preliminary bouts beginning at 11 a.m., the semifinals set for 1 to 3:30 p.m., and the finals at 7:30 p.m..

"We were supposed to be done by Feb. 17 and turn our points in to regional tournament officials," said North Carroll coach Dick Bauerlein. "But now, I guess we're to carry our points to the tournament."

North Carroll (13-0) defeated Key, 31-24, on Feb. 3 to take the county dual-match championship. That was the only loss this season for Key (10-1).

To the surprise of no one, North Carroll's three unbeaten wrestlers have been given top seed for the county tournament.

Doug Dell (22-0) is No. 1 at 103 pounds, Jeremy Myers (22-0) is top-seeded at 119, and Chris Boog (22-0) is No. 1 at 171.

The Panthers' other top seeds are Tommy Kiler (22-1) at 125, Corey Rill (17-6) at 135 and Eric Hott (21-2) at 145.

Francis Scott Key has five wrestlers seeded first.

They are Randy Owings (21-1) at 130, Zac Yinger (19-2) at 140, Ed Null (22-1) at 160, Dale Bloom (18-5) at 189 and Mark Smith (17-5) at heavyweight.

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