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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | December 23, 1990
As usual at Arundel wrestling matches, a spotlight high above the mat shined brightly on the competing wrestlers Friday night.Unfortunately for the host Wildcats, the bright light only showcased visiting Broadneck's dominance, as the Bruins built a 50-3 lead with three bouts left en route to winning, 50-21."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 7, 1993
No. 6 Northeast turned yesterday's Broadneck Bruin Invitational into a dress rehearsal for Friday night's dual-meet showdown against No. 2 Old Mill (10-1).The Eagles (12-0, 217.5 points) placed all 13 wrestlers to easily outdistance runner-up Thomas Johnson (120.5) and win their first tournament in more than a decade.Northeast's No. 2-ranked Kusick twins, Marty (112, 23-0) and Mike (119, 22-1), Steve Smiddy (130, 20-3) and the Katzenberger brothers, Ron (140, 16-7) and Bill (152, 12-2), were individual champions.
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NEWS
December 12, 1990
Head coach: John Mayberry (eighth season).1889-1990 record: 10-3.Top wrestlers: Senior, Duke Koblinsky (130); juniors, Shawn Miller (112), Josh Marder (125), David Apple (140), Chris McTamany (145), Seth Lopatkiewicz (152) and Dave Maculey (160); sophomore, Charlie Bennett (103).Coach's outlook: "Our goals are to be competitive with everyone. I don't think anyone will be able to be with Old Mill, but we'll be strong right up to 130 pounds and I'd like to finish at about 11-3 or 10-4. We've only got 26 kids out for the team, so if anyone gets hurt we could be in deep trouble."
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 21, 1992
This time, Jaron Hairston just didn't have the strength.A week after pinning his way to the Frederick Douglass tournament title in a weight class that included Wilde Lake's fifth-ranked Mike Green, who was third in last year's 2A-1A state tournament, the 171-pound South River wrestler was within striking distance of completing another impressive performance.Hairston entered his championship bout of the Lackey tournament Saturday night with a 10-0 record, including seven pins and a 6-4 semifinal victory over McDonough's third-ranked Chris Brown, who was third in last year's 4A-3A state tournament.
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By Lem Satterfield | December 18, 1991
Broadneck captured the first five bouts and three of the last four to defeat Annapolis, 38-23, in the first match of an Anne Arundel County tri-meet at Arundel High last night.The Bruins, ranked No. 4 in The Baltimore Sun poll and just ahead of Annapolis, also defeated Arundel, 46-16.Against Annapolis, the 3-0 Bruins built an early 23-0 lead, but Annapolis swept the next four bouts to make it 23-17, getting decisions from Tom Sfakiyanudas (135) and No. 2-ranked Chip Cochran (152), a technical fall by Ford Baumgardner (140)
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By Lem Satterfield | February 1, 1992
With its wrestling victories over No. 3 Broadneck and No. 5 Chesapeake last night, host and No. 1 Old Mill virtually secured its 10th Anne Arundel County league dual meet title.Ranked No. 1 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, the Patriots defeated the MSWA's No. 7 Bruins (8-2, 7-1), 41-16, and beat the No. 9 Cougars (7-2, 6-2), 49-8.Highlighting the night was the Patriots' Marc Procaccini (160, 12-2-1), who scored a takedown in the last four seconds for a 4-2 victory over Broadneck's fifth-ranked Seth Lopatkiewicz (17-2)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Special to The Sun | March 3, 1991
WESTMINSTER -- Old Mill had two individual champions and placed four others in the top four of their weight classes, capturing its third straight Class 3A-4A state wrestling title last night.The Patriots outdistanced second place North Carroll, 130.5-99.5."When we lost the Annapolis tournament to Mount St. Joseph's earlier this year, we knew we needed to work hard," said 16th-year Old Mill coach Mike Hampe. "But we didn't go crazy. The kids just continued to work hard and then turned it up a notch this weekend."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 21, 1992
This time, Jaron Hairston just didn't have the strength.A week after pinning his way to the Frederick Douglass tournament title in a weight class that included Wilde Lake's fifth-ranked Mike Green, who was third in last year's 2A-1A state tournament, the 171-pound South River wrestler was within striking distance of completing another impressive performance.Hairston entered his championship bout of the Lackey tournament Saturday night with a 10-0 record, including seven pins and a 6-4 semifinal victory over McDonough's third-ranked Chris Brown, who was third in last year's 4A-3A state tournament.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 7, 1993
No. 6 Northeast turned yesterday's Broadneck Bruin Invitational into a dress rehearsal for Friday night's dual-meet showdown against No. 2 Old Mill (10-1).The Eagles (12-0, 217.5 points) placed all 13 wrestlers to easily outdistance runner-up Thomas Johnson (120.5) and win their first tournament in more than a decade.Northeast's No. 2-ranked Kusick twins, Marty (112, 23-0) and Mike (119, 22-1), Steve Smiddy (130, 20-3) and the Katzenberger brothers, Ron (140, 16-7) and Bill (152, 12-2), were individual champions.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | March 4, 1991
Old Mill and Owings Mills.Not only do the names sound similar, but the teams also performed alike Saturday in winning the state Class 3A-4A and Class 1A-2A titles, respectively.Each had two individual champions and a record-breaking performance. The Patriots, coached by Mike Hampe, scored a state-high 130.5, breaking the 11-year-old record of 113 set by Bowie in 1980. With 125 points, the Guy Pritzker-coached Eagles also surpassed the old mark and set one for Class 1A-2A teams.Old Mill placed seven wrestlers in the top four of their weight classes, and Owings Mills had six. The two teams are in a second-place tie behind Mount St. Joseph in the Maryland State Wrestling Association rankings.
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December 6, 1992
* Charlie Bennett, Broadneck, 119, Sr. -- Bennett is a two-time region champion and county runner-up who placed third in the state at 112. He was 31-4 last season.* Greg Booth, Arundel, 171/189, Sr. -- Booth was 28-6 last year at 171, runner-up in the county and region and fourth in the state. With a three-year mark of 63-22, he is Arundel's most experienced.* Jason Bryant, Old Mill, 112, Jr. -- Bryant went 24-9 and placed fourth at the states at 103 pounds. Sandwiched between two varsity newcomers, he is especially important in the lower weight classes.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | February 1, 1992
With its wrestling victories over No. 3 Broadneck and No. 5 Chesapeake last night, host and No. 1 Old Mill virtually secured its 10th Anne Arundel County league dual meet title.Ranked No. 1 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, the Patriots defeated the MSWA's No. 7 Bruins (8-2, 7-1), 41-16, and beat the No. 9 Cougars (7-2, 6-2), 49-8.Highlighting the night was the Patriots' Marc Procaccini (160, 12-2-1), who scored a takedown in the last four seconds for a 4-2 victory over Broadneck's fifth-ranked Seth Lopatkiewicz (17-2)
SPORTS
By SAM DAVIS | January 28, 1992
Ron Belinko, the coordinator of physical education and athletics for Baltimore County schools, has been chosen as president-elect of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association.Pat Barry, the coordinator for physical education and athletics in Montgomery County, was elected president and will replace current president Chuck Brown on June 1. Barry will serve two years. Belinko will become president in 1994 and will also serve a two-year term.For the next two years as president-elect, Belinko will work with Barry, becoming familiar with the duties of president.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | December 18, 1991
Broadneck captured the first five bouts and three of the last four to defeat Annapolis, 38-23, in the first match of an Anne Arundel County tri-meet at Arundel High last night.The Bruins, ranked No. 4 in The Baltimore Sun poll and just ahead of Annapolis, also defeated Arundel, 46-16.Against Annapolis, the 3-0 Bruins built an early 23-0 lead, but Annapolis swept the next four bouts to make it 23-17, getting decisions from Tom Sfakiyanudas (135) and No. 2-ranked Chip Cochran (152), a technical fall by Ford Baumgardner (140)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | December 18, 1991
Before last night's duel meet with Broadneck, Annapolis wrestling coach Dave Gehrdes said, "I'm hoping it comes down to heavyweight because I know ours is better than theirs."It didn't. The 2-0 Bruins, ranked 10th in the state, swept the first six bouts for a 23-0 lead and won three of the last four for a 38-23 win.The match bore little resemblance to last year's 31-26 Panthers victory, when Brandon Tinker (189) and Clif McClain tied, 3-3, giving Annapolis a 28-26 lead to set up heavyweight DeMond Galloway's dramatic 2-0 win to clinch the match for the Panthers.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | March 4, 1991
Old Mill and Owings Mills.Not only do the names sound similar, but the teams also performed alike Saturday in winning the state Class 3A-4A and Class 1A-2A titles, respectively.Each had two individual champions and a record-breaking performance. The Patriots, coached by Mike Hampe, scored a state-high 130.5, breaking the 11-year-old record of 113 set by Bowie in 1980. With 125 points, the Guy Pritzker-coached Eagles also surpassed the old mark and set one for Class 1A-2A teams.Old Mill placed seven wrestlers in the top four of their weight classes, and Owings Mills had six. The two teams are in a second-place tie behind Mount St. Joseph in the Maryland State Wrestling Association rankings.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | December 18, 1991
Before last night's duel meet with Broadneck, Annapolis wrestling coach Dave Gehrdes said, "I'm hoping it comes down to heavyweight because I know ours is better than theirs."It didn't. The 2-0 Bruins, ranked 10th in the state, swept the first six bouts for a 23-0 lead and won three of the last four for a 38-23 win.The match bore little resemblance to last year's 31-26 Panthers victory, when Brandon Tinker (189) and Clif McClain tied, 3-3, giving Annapolis a 28-26 lead to set up heavyweight DeMond Galloway's dramatic 2-0 win to clinch the match for the Panthers.
SPORTS
By SAM DAVIS | January 28, 1992
Ron Belinko, the coordinator of physical education and athletics for Baltimore County schools, has been chosen as president-elect of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association.Pat Barry, the coordinator for physical education and athletics in Montgomery County, was elected president and will replace current president Chuck Brown on June 1. Barry will serve two years. Belinko will become president in 1994 and will also serve a two-year term.For the next two years as president-elect, Belinko will work with Barry, becoming familiar with the duties of president.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Special to The Sun | March 3, 1991
WESTMINSTER -- Old Mill had two individual champions and placed four others in the top four of their weight classes, capturing its third straight Class 3A-4A state wrestling title last night.The Patriots outdistanced second place North Carroll, 130.5-99.5."When we lost the Annapolis tournament to Mount St. Joseph's earlier this year, we knew we needed to work hard," said 16th-year Old Mill coach Mike Hampe. "But we didn't go crazy. The kids just continued to work hard and then turned it up a notch this weekend."
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | December 23, 1990
As usual at Arundel wrestling matches, a spotlight high above the mat shined brightly on the competing wrestlers Friday night.Unfortunately for the host Wildcats, the bright light only showcased visiting Broadneck's dominance, as the Bruins built a 50-3 lead with three bouts left en route to winning, 50-21."
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