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December 30, 1991
Old Mill's three-time Class 4A-3A state champion wrestling team earned bragging rights as the Baltimore/Washington area's best program with its 152.5-to-133.5 victory over host St. Stephens/St. Agnes in a tournament Saturday in Alexandria, Va.Fifth-ranked Brian Layman (171, 8-1) repeated his champion performance and was joined by second-ranked John Bliss (145, 9-0). Runners-up were Josh Buckland (95, 2-1),Jason Bryant (103, 7-2), Todd Hultgren (152, 7-2) and Mark Proccacini (160, 4-1).Third-ranked heavyweight Don Marco (8-2)
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By Tom Worgo and Tom Worgo,Contributing Writer | January 14, 1993
When the Arundel High wrestling team was concluding practice one day last week with simulated matches, Greg Booth challenged Sean Quigley.In the simulated matches, team members face each other and think they are down by one point with 10 seconds remaining. In about three seconds, Booth tossed his teammate to the mat, resulting in less practice time for himself. Quigley just shook his head in disbelief.The senior is doing the same thing to the competition -- dominating. Booth's career mark is 75-23, and the Arundel co-captain, ranked No. 3 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, has a chance to post the most wins for a Wildcats wrestler since 1971, when Buddy Hepfer became the school's head coach.
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NEWS
January 19, 1992
Defending state 4A/3A champion Old Mill (8-0) continued its winning ways in Friday's county wrestling showdown with a 48-14 triumph over home-standing Annapolis."
NEWS
January 19, 1992
Defending state 4A/3A champion Old Mill (8-0) continued its winning ways in Friday's county wrestling showdown with a 48-14 triumph over home-standing Annapolis."
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | December 12, 1990
There won't be any dual-meet quizzes this season for Old Mill coach Mike Hampe's youthful two-time defending Class 4A/3A state champion wrestling squad."
NEWS
March 24, 1991
Head coach: Bruce Lawton (14th season)Assistants: Don Hobbs and Jim Griffith1990 record: 7-7Returnees: Seniors, Chris Windsor (att), Scott Norris (mid), Christian Spears (mid), Matt Kulesza (mid), John Crogan (mid), Jason Rankin (mid), Sun Park (def), James Belt (def), Charles Jacobs (def), Brian Shaver (g), Troy Lahr (att) and Kevin Song (att); juniors, Mark Zaetz (att), Brian Kelley (mid), Brian Layman (mid), Josh Long (def), John Bliss (def) and Mario Flythe (mid)Newcomers: Juniors, Melvin Carter (mid)
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | January 16, 1991
Old Mill swept the last four bouts to break a 21-21 tie and score a 41-21 victory over Anne Arundel County League rival and host Annapolis last night to extend its winning streak to 33."We were worried about the lower-weight matches before tonight," said coach Mike Hampe of the two-time defending Class 3A-4A champion Patriots (7-0, 4-0), who are ranked No. 1 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association. "We talked about pride and we talked about tradition, and I think that's what kept [the streak]
NEWS
December 12, 1990
Head coach: Mike Hampe (16th season).1989-1990 record: 12-0, two-time Class 4A-3A state tournament champs.Top wrestlers: Seniors, Bob Sugden (125), Brent Layman (140) and Sun Park (171); juniors, Steve Lundstrom (103), John Bliss (145), Brian Layman (160), Ernie Longazel (189) and Don Marco (Hvy).Coach's outlook: "The 45 kids that came out for this year's team were the lowest ever. We may have scared some kids off because of our past success. We've got the bulk of our kids back, but I've got some holes in the lineup.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | December 10, 1990
An exhausted Brent Layman rushed to a remote corner of the Annapolis gymnasium. Then, his back to a wall, he sank to the floor and buried his sweat-soaked head in a towel.The 140-pound Old Mill wrestler had just won an exciting bout, 13-7, over Mount St. Joseph's highly regarded Khris Reina for his second consecutive Annapolis Tournament title.But, from appearances, it seemed as though he had lost."I got sloppy," said Layman, a senior. Then he gave an explanation for his obvious disappointment.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | October 6, 1991
Broadneck boys soccer coach Kevin McMullen recalls seeing striker Chris Williams, a projected starter, go down with a broken arm in a preseason scrimmage."
NEWS
December 30, 1991
Old Mill's three-time Class 4A-3A state champion wrestling team earned bragging rights as the Baltimore/Washington area's best program with its 152.5-to-133.5 victory over host St. Stephens/St. Agnes in a tournament Saturday in Alexandria, Va.Fifth-ranked Brian Layman (171, 8-1) repeated his champion performance and was joined by second-ranked John Bliss (145, 9-0). Runners-up were Josh Buckland (95, 2-1),Jason Bryant (103, 7-2), Todd Hultgren (152, 7-2) and Mark Proccacini (160, 4-1).Third-ranked heavyweight Don Marco (8-2)
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | October 6, 1991
Broadneck boys soccer coach Kevin McMullen recalls seeing striker Chris Williams, a projected starter, go down with a broken arm in a preseason scrimmage."
NEWS
March 24, 1991
Head coach: Bruce Lawton (14th season)Assistants: Don Hobbs and Jim Griffith1990 record: 7-7Returnees: Seniors, Chris Windsor (att), Scott Norris (mid), Christian Spears (mid), Matt Kulesza (mid), John Crogan (mid), Jason Rankin (mid), Sun Park (def), James Belt (def), Charles Jacobs (def), Brian Shaver (g), Troy Lahr (att) and Kevin Song (att); juniors, Mark Zaetz (att), Brian Kelley (mid), Brian Layman (mid), Josh Long (def), John Bliss (def) and Mario Flythe (mid)Newcomers: Juniors, Melvin Carter (mid)
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Contributing writer | February 27, 1991
Seven county wrestlers from Oakland Mills and Howard high schools will compete in this weekend's Class 4A/3A state tournament, after qualifying in last Saturday's Region IV tournament.The state tournament will take place at Western Maryland College.Centennial also participated in Saturday's 19-team tournament at Anne Arundel County's Meade High.Howard County champion Oakland Mills (101 points) was fifth, Howard (58.5) was 11th and Centennial (eight) 18th in a field considered to be the state's toughest regional tournament.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | February 12, 1991
The seedings for tomorrow's county wrestling tournament reflect the race for the 4A dual-meet wrestling title -- balanced and down to thewire.Old Mill has nine wrestlers seeded in the top four of theirweight classes, including top seeds Brent Layman (135 pounds), Brian Layman (160) and heavyweight Don Marco.Broadneck -- with nine wrestlers in the top four -- has Charlie Bennett (103), Shawn Miller (112), Roy Brazeau (119) and Duke Koblinsky (130) as top seeds.Of Annapolis' seven wrestlers in the top four, 140-pound Chip Cochran and 145-pound Pat Flynn are top seeds.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | January 16, 1991
Old Mill swept the last four bouts to break a 21-21 tie and score a 41-21 victory over Anne Arundel County League rival and host Annapolis last night to extend its winning streak to 33."We were worried about the lower-weight matches before tonight," said coach Mike Hampe of the two-time defending Class 3A-4A champion Patriots (7-0, 4-0), who are ranked No. 1 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association. "We talked about pride and we talked about tradition, and I think that's what kept [the streak]
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1990
Old Mill wrestling coach Mike Hampe was hoping history wouldn't repeat itself a third straight time in last weekend's fifth annual Chesapeake Cougar Invitational tournament at Chesapeake High.Baltimore's Mount St. Joseph had won three of the four previous titles, with Hampe's Patriots creeping a step closer each year. The Patriots were fourth in 1986, third in 1987 and finished runner-up the last two seasons."It has come down to the finals the last two times," said Hampe, just before the last round of the 15-team tournament began Saturday evening.
SPORTS
By Tom Worgo and Tom Worgo,Contributing Writer | January 14, 1993
When the Arundel High wrestling team was concluding practice one day last week with simulated matches, Greg Booth challenged Sean Quigley.In the simulated matches, team members face each other and think they are down by one point with 10 seconds remaining. In about three seconds, Booth tossed his teammate to the mat, resulting in less practice time for himself. Quigley just shook his head in disbelief.The senior is doing the same thing to the competition -- dominating. Booth's career mark is 75-23, and the Arundel co-captain, ranked No. 3 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, has a chance to post the most wins for a Wildcats wrestler since 1971, when Buddy Hepfer became the school's head coach.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1990
Old Mill wrestling coach Mike Hampe was hoping history wouldn't repeat itself a third straight time in last weekend's fifth annual Chesapeake Cougar Invitational tournament at Chesapeake High.Baltimore's Mount St. Joseph had won three of the four previous titles, with Hampe's Patriots creeping a step closer each year. The Patriots were fourth in 1986, third in 1987 and finished runner-up the last two seasons."It has come down to the finals the last two times," said Hampe, just before the last round of the 15-team tournament began Saturday evening.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | December 12, 1990
There won't be any dual-meet quizzes this season for Old Mill coach Mike Hampe's youthful two-time defending Class 4A/3A state champion wrestling squad."
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