Calhoun, a senior 140-pounder, won MIAA and private schools titles in addition to all seven of the Maryland tournaments in which he competed.
Calhoun finished 40-4. He had 108 career victories and 23 pins -- including three straight en route to the MIAA tournament title, which is one less than the single-season record at Curley.
He defeated DeMatha's state runner-up Nick Glanden to win the difficult Hammond Invitational, where Einstein's state runner-up Timur Chabuk was third.
Calhoun also pinned former Anne Arundel County champ Pat Crouse of Arundel High.
Calhoun finished third at the MIAAs and private schools tournament as a junior.
Davis, a senior 189-pounder, repeated as MIAA and state private schools champ. Ranked No. 1 at 189 the past two seasons, Davis finished 38-6 and was runner-up at the National Preps for the second straight year.
One of Davis' victories came against Delaware state champ Pete Santoro (St. Mark's), who is ranked No.7 nationally by USA Wrestling. Davis, an honorable-mention pick in USA Wrestling with a 126-20 career mark, was an All-Metro pick last winter.
Davis also earned All-Metro honors in lacrosse last spring as a defenseman and in football last fall as a running back. He was named The Sun's Male Athlete of the Year last spring. He plans to play lacrosse at Princeton.
Faust, a junior heavyweight, went 47-1 and won his final 36 matches. He was ranked No.1 in Maryland and No. 1 by Amateur Wrestling News.
Faust won the Beast of the East tournament, his second straight MIAA and state private schools tournament titles, and National Preps.
An All-Metro pick last season, Faust twice avenged his lone loss of the season to DeMatha's Mark Hayes. Faust also won the Gilman Duals, and had victories over Hammond's state runner-up Matt Nelson and St. Paul's Nick Alevrogiannis (third at private school states).
Faust played fullback and linebacker on last fall's 10-0 Greyhounds football team.
Hemminger, a senior 152-pounder, improved on third-place state finishes the previous two seasons by taking second at states. He went 30-2 and won his second straight county and region titles.
Hemminger's 105 career victories are the most by any Annapolis wrestler. This season he had wins over state champ Joe Sargent (DeMatha), state runner-up Kyle Woods (DeMatha), two-time Baltimore City champ Taven Phillips (Mervo), three-time Carroll County champ Mike Muller (South Carroll), and Southern-Garrett's Nick Dolan (third states).
A member of the National Honor Society, Hemminger has a 3.9 GPA and a 1,260 SAT score.