Another big week is looming for Broadneck

January 17, 1994|By Lem Satterfield | Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer

Broadneck's 40-25 upset of then-No. 14 Chesapeake last week came on the heels of the Bruins' loss to then-No. 11 Perry Hall.

2 The Basta brothers, Nick (130) and Dave (140),

were double-winnners for the Patriots, with Dave getting two pins.

Winning once were No. 3 Jason Bryant (112), Shawn Radford (119), Mike DeLeonardi (145), Mike Hines (152), Larry Webster (152), Jason Athanas (160) and No. 6 Don Patterson (189).

Bryant lost, 12-6, to Great Bridge's state champ, Shawn Darnell (15-0), but not before scoring three back points.

Saints marching in

A difficult schedule that included the Annapolis Tournament and matches against Old Mill seems to have prepared St. Mary's for yet another run at the Maryland Schlastic Association B Conference crown it lost to Walbrook two years ago.

In a dual meet last week, the Saints whipped two-time champ Walbrook, 40-33, after building a 30-0 lead on pins by Tim Klepper (103), John Horrigan (112), Dave Carroll (119), Tim Hunter (125) and Josh White (135). Brian Kingsbury (140) won a major decision and Rob Horrigan (160) pinned to put the match out of reach, 40-15.

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