The Severna Park Green Hornets junior wrestling team captured seven individual titles at last weekend's Age-Weight Tournament at Francis Scott Key High School in Carroll County.
Those claiming first place for the Green Hornets were Jake Boulay (55 pounds), Corey Bowers (45), Rob Pettit (70), Dan Fitzgerald (80), Mark Malone (85), Weaver McDaniel (90) and Trevor Needham (115).
Tournament runners-up for Severna Park included Shaun Jones (65), Jeff Payne (75) and Matt Negrete (75). Tony Stallard (100) took third place for the Hornets, and Gabe Simcox (50), Nick Anderson (100) and Matt Payne all finished fourth.
Severna Park's experienced wrestlers will attend a Maryland-Virginia state qualifier this weekend.
Raynard Hill had nine points and three teammates had four each as the ARC Sun Devils (5-0) remained unbeaten in the county 17-and-under David Robinson League with a 33-22 triumph over Greater Glen Burnie.
Brian Campbell, Jamie Leisner and Mansfield Howard combined for 12 points for coach Ray Hale's Sun Devils.
* 8-10 boys: The Severna Park Green Hornets "B" team defeated the Anne Arundel Optimists, 26-11, in a make-up, county-league game Sunday at Central Middle School.
The victory avenged an early-season overtime loss to the Optimists.
Gil Goodrich led the scoring for Severna Park with 10 points, Don Gough added nine. Jon Garritt, Travis Johnson and Lionel Jennings each scored two points for the Hornets, Charlie Bauer one.
David Wagner led all rebounders with seven and Garritt added four rebounds. Severna Park's A and B teams will participate in tournaments this weekend.
* 14-17 boys: Meade Village upended Fort Meade, 50-31, in a David Robinson league contest Sunday, improving its overall record to 4-2.
Joe Carpenter led the winners with 15 points, and Jamaar Thomas and Tyrone Lane added 12 and 10, respectively. Rob Wheeler added six for Meade Village, and teammates
Carlos Brown and Mark Rafter contributed three points apiece.
Rayshawn Mackell tacked on a foul shot, and Thomas and Brown controlled the boards for Meade, which will take on the Archers at 6 p.m. Sunday.
* 18-and-over women: Despite 10 points from Londa Sanders, Meade Village saw its record drop to 0-6 in Sunday's 42-30 loss to Glen Burnie Women's League foe St. Agnes.
Donna Johnson and Diane Benson scored eight and seven points, respectively, and Tina Pack and Velma Jones added two each.