Wrestlers To Watch

Wrestling

December 03, 2004

Joe Breen

McDonogh, 125

The junior is a returning MIAA champion and second-team All-Metro as well as being a private schools state tournament runner-up.

Ethan Cohen

Hammond, 119

The returning All-Metro won the Howard County and regional crowns, pinning his way to the latter, and was runner-up at last year's 2A-1A state tournament.

Bryn Holmes

McDonogh, 152

The junior All-Metro went 37-6 with 29 pins, was fourth at National Preps and won the MIAA and private schools tournament crowns after being second in each as a freshman.

James Knox

Dulaney, 125

The senior second-team All-Metro pick won his second straight Baltimore County crown, was a region runner-up and captured the state crown after being second as a sophomore. He has 116 career wins.

Mason Krumholtz

Kenwood, 152

The senior All-Metro completed a stellar season at 33-0, winning the Baltimore County, region and Class 4A-3A state titles. He defeated two state runners-up and wrestlers who were third and fourth at states along the way.

Mack Lewnes

Mount St. Joseph, 160

A returning junior two-time All-Metro selection and last year's All-Metro Wrestler of the Year, Lewnes won his second MIAA and private schools state crowns and was first at National Preps.

Jeremy Navarre

Joppatowne, 275

A University of Maryland-bound senior All-Metro football player and wrestler, Navarre is in search of his third straight Harford County and 2A-1A state titles. He was 37-0 with 26 pins last season.

Justin Neal

Glen Burnie, 275

The senior All-Metro went 27-1, earning the Anne Arundel County, region and 4A-3A state titles, his only loss coming against the 215-pound state champ.

Vince Taweel

Hammond, 130

The returning All-Metro sophomore earned the Howard County, region and Class 2A-1A state titles. He became his school's first freshman state titlist.

Mark Tsikerdanos

Mount St. Joseph, 125

The transfer from Frederick High has twice reached the state public school finals, winning it as a freshman. His two-year record is 58-1.

Others to watch: DeShawn Barrett, Patterson (215); Justin Bowser, Arundel (125); Shane Fraser, Chesapeake-AA (130); Reuben Gill, Francis Scott Key (119); Greg Gold, Mount St. Joseph (112); Taylor Green, River Hill (125); Mike Horbey, South Carroll (125); Tim Hutchins, North Carroll (140); Sean Kendig, Oakland Mills (215); Mike Kessler, Owings Mills (152); Seth Knights, North Carroll (152); Jon Kohler, Mount St. Joseph (130); Mike Long, Harford Tech (125); David Miles, Wilde Lake (189); Mike Montanez, Centennial (119); Andrew Mulry, South River (125); Kevin O'Connor, Mount St. Joseph (189); Dean Roberts, John Carroll (140); Lou Ruland, St. Mary's (119); Tom Rush, Francis Scott Key (215); D.J. Scarponi, Hereford (119); Ralph Stambaugh, Francis Scott Key (275); Josh Taylor, Harford Tech (160); Eric Vinores, Owings Mills (140); Alex Ward, Mount St. Joseph (145).

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.