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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 22, 2004
Mack Lewnes' takedown made it 7-all with 13 seconds left in regulation, and he prevailed, 9-7, in overtime against DeMatha's Rudy Rueda in last night's 152-pound-class final at the Maryland private schools wrestling tournament at McDonogh. Lewnes (44-2) overcame two five-point deficits, coming within 7-4 entering the third period on a buzzer-beating Peterson roll. In Rueda (38-4), Lewnes defeated a three-time National Preps champion who rose from 145 pounds to put his 21-0 record to the test.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Reporter | February 29, 2008
Alumni report The pounding around the boards is a lot harder these days, the elbows are thrown more viciously, tempers flare easily and Virginia Tech freshman guard Malcolm Delaney (Towson Catholic) seems to be enjoying every minute of it. Delaney scored 16 points against Georgia Tech on Saturday in a crucial Atlantic Coast Conference victory, three days after he scored nine points in his debut at Comcast Center, where he helped the Hokies upset Maryland. At a time in the season when freshmen are forgiven a little for fading, Delaney, 18, is coming on strong in coach Seth Greenberg's backcourt.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 14, 2004
Senior Justin Wheeler upset former state runner-up Colin Kahoe of Boys' Latin, 3-2, in double overtime last night, and sophomore Andrew DePalma pinned St. Paul's favored Chris Ilardo as host and defending champion Mount St. Joseph moved all 14 wrestlers into today's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association tournament semifinals. Wheeler (215 pounds) avenged a 10-point dual-meet loss, and DePalma (heavyweight) overcame a 3-0 deficit. They improved to a combined 22-35 on the season, joining the Gaels' school record for semifinalists.
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February 2, 2005
Sure, the Midlands Championships in Evanston, Ill., in late December was a big-time collegiate wrestling event. But Penn senior Jeff Eveleth couldn't have predicted just how important the meet would be for him. "That was huge," the former standout at Anne Arundel County's Chesapeake High said of his eighth-place finish at 133 pounds. "It's like a turning point for my career, hopefully. Placing out there [top eight] has been one of my goals since I've been in college. It was pretty exciting to obtain that goal."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 22, 2004
Mack Lewnes' takedown made it 7-all with 13 seconds left in regulation and he prevailed, 9-7, with his double-leg shot on the mat's edge 12 seconds into overtime against DeMatha's Rudy Rueda in last night's 152-pound class final at the Maryland private schools wrestling tournament at McDonogh. Lewnes (44-2) overcame two five-point deficits, coming within 7-4 entering the third period on a buzzer-beating Peterson roll. In Rueda (38-4), Lewnes defeated a three-time National Preps champion who rose from 145 pounds to put his 21-0 record to the test.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 21, 2004
Defending champion Mount St. Joseph advanced 12 wrestlers, including Greg Gold (103 pounds), Andrew Gold (112), Bruce Dulski (119) and Mack Lewnes (152), into today's semifinals of the Maryland private schools state tournament at McDonogh. The top-ranked Gaels (150 points) lead No. 4 McDonogh and DeMatha (both with 105 1/2 points). McDonogh moved seven forward, including Cam Watkins (135) and Ricky Tippett (140). The Gold brothers, Dulski and Lewnes (43-2 record) totaled 11 pins in as many bouts, with Lewnes finishing his three opponents in a combined 1 minute, 56 seconds.
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February 2, 2005
Sure, the Midlands Championships in Evanston, Ill., in late December was a big-time collegiate wrestling event. But Penn senior Jeff Eveleth couldn't have predicted just how important the meet would be for him. "That was huge," the former standout at Anne Arundel County's Chesapeake High said of his eighth-place finish at 133 pounds. "It's like a turning point for my career, hopefully. Placing out there [top eight] has been one of my goals since I've been in college. It was pretty exciting to obtain that goal."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2004
Mack Lewnes had hoped for more aggressiveness from St. Mark's Kyle Skinner; in the back of his mind, the Mount St. Joseph sophomore feared the defending Delaware state champ would be conservative. "His game plan was to keep it close," said Lewnes, who, nevertheless earned a 1-0 decision - his second by a point over Skinner - for the 152-pound crown in last night's Mount Mat Madness Tournament at Goucher College Sports Center. "He never out-positioned me. I never felt like I lost control.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2004
Mount St. Joseph 125-pounder Jon Kohler and 145-pounder Jake Bohn proved at the inaugural Mount Mat Madness Tournament last night that taking your lumps while wrestling a tough schedule pays off. Kohler, a ninth-seeded sophomore, scored a 10-6 upset of Chopticon's Michael Cannon, who finished fourth at last year's 4A-3A state tournament. No. 7 seed Bohn, a freshman, escaped in the final 15 seconds of his 3-2 win over Mike Kessler of Owings Mills, who was third at last year's 2A-1A states.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Reporter | February 29, 2008
Alumni report The pounding around the boards is a lot harder these days, the elbows are thrown more viciously, tempers flare easily and Virginia Tech freshman guard Malcolm Delaney (Towson Catholic) seems to be enjoying every minute of it. Delaney scored 16 points against Georgia Tech on Saturday in a crucial Atlantic Coast Conference victory, three days after he scored nine points in his debut at Comcast Center, where he helped the Hokies upset Maryland. At a time in the season when freshmen are forgiven a little for fading, Delaney, 18, is coming on strong in coach Seth Greenberg's backcourt.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 22, 2004
Mack Lewnes' takedown made it 7-all with 13 seconds left in regulation, and he prevailed, 9-7, in overtime against DeMatha's Rudy Rueda in last night's 152-pound-class final at the Maryland private schools wrestling tournament at McDonogh. Lewnes (44-2) overcame two five-point deficits, coming within 7-4 entering the third period on a buzzer-beating Peterson roll. In Rueda (38-4), Lewnes defeated a three-time National Preps champion who rose from 145 pounds to put his 21-0 record to the test.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 22, 2004
Mack Lewnes' takedown made it 7-all with 13 seconds left in regulation and he prevailed, 9-7, with his double-leg shot on the mat's edge 12 seconds into overtime against DeMatha's Rudy Rueda in last night's 152-pound class final at the Maryland private schools wrestling tournament at McDonogh. Lewnes (44-2) overcame two five-point deficits, coming within 7-4 entering the third period on a buzzer-beating Peterson roll. In Rueda (38-4), Lewnes defeated a three-time National Preps champion who rose from 145 pounds to put his 21-0 record to the test.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 21, 2004
Defending champion Mount St. Joseph advanced 12 wrestlers, including Greg Gold (103 pounds), Andrew Gold (112), Bruce Dulski (119) and Mack Lewnes (152), into today's semifinals of the Maryland private schools state tournament at McDonogh. The top-ranked Gaels (150 points) lead No. 4 McDonogh and DeMatha (both with 105 1/2 points). McDonogh moved seven forward, including Cam Watkins (135) and Ricky Tippett (140). The Gold brothers, Dulski and Lewnes (43-2 record) totaled 11 pins in as many bouts, with Lewnes finishing his three opponents in a combined 1 minute, 56 seconds.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 14, 2004
Senior Justin Wheeler upset former state runner-up Colin Kahoe of Boys' Latin, 3-2, in double overtime last night, and sophomore Andrew DePalma pinned St. Paul's favored Chris Ilardo as host and defending champion Mount St. Joseph moved all 14 wrestlers into today's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association tournament semifinals. Wheeler (215 pounds) avenged a 10-point dual-meet loss, and DePalma (heavyweight) overcame a 3-0 deficit. They improved to a combined 22-35 on the season, joining the Gaels' school record for semifinalists.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2004
Mack Lewnes had hoped for more aggressiveness from St. Mark's Kyle Skinner; in the back of his mind, the Mount St. Joseph sophomore feared the defending Delaware state champ would be conservative. "His game plan was to keep it close," said Lewnes, who, nevertheless earned a 1-0 decision - his second by a point over Skinner - for the 152-pound crown in last night's Mount Mat Madness Tournament at Goucher College Sports Center. "He never out-positioned me. I never felt like I lost control.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2004
Mack Lewnes had hoped for more aggressiveness from St. Mark's Kyle Skinner; in the back of his mind, the Mount St. Joseph sophomore feared the defending Delaware state champ would be conservative. "His game plan was to keep it close," said Lewnes, who, nevertheless earned a 1-0 decision - his second by a point over Skinner - for the 152-pound crown in last night's Mount Mat Madness Tournament at Goucher College Sports Center. "He never out-positioned me. I never felt like I lost control.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 24, 2002
Crownsville resident Ryan Davis of Blair Academy in New Jersey overcame an early two-point deficit against Northampton of Ohio's Jeff Ecklof en route to a 4-2 win and the 145-pound title in the weekend's Beast of the East tournament at the University of Delaware. The senior's second consecutive Beast crown came over another defending champion in a tournament considered the nation's toughest high school wrestling invitational. It also helped Blair Academy edge St. Edward of Ohio for the team championship in the 79-school event.
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