Pats cling to top spot

February 16, 1994|By Lem Satterfield

Anne Arundel County's wrestling tournament quickly has become a battle between No. 2 Old Mill, going for its 10th county crown, and No. 4 Northeast, last year's 1A-2A state champion.

Old Mill, a five-time 3A-4A state champion, leads, 83.5-78, with each team having advanced eight wrestlers into tomorrow's 4 p.m. semifinal round.

The event, sandwiched around today's dual-meet regionals, features no bouts between the teams.

But in a key quarterfinal bout, Old Mill's sixth seed, Paul Hultgren (125 pounds, 14-3), pinned Northeast's third seed, Glen Lail, in 2:37.

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