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January 5, 1992
Four Francis Scott Key wrestlers claimed individual titles to lead the host team to a win in the Francis Scott Key Christmas Tournament, Dec. 27.Randy Owings (119), Chris Beale (125), Ed Null (160) and Norman Jones (171) took individual honors, while seven other Key wrestlers placed in the top four of their respective weight classes.Key finished with 160.5 points to take top honors in the eight-field tournament. Catoctin, Frederick County, took second with 130.5.Liberty finished third with 118 points.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | February 2, 1994
Just what is this celebrated North Carroll-Francis Scott Key wrestling thing all about?"We're like cats and dogs on the mat, but off the mat the kids are always goofing off with each other," said Francis Scott Key's Bill Hyson who will be coaching his 14th dual match against North Carroll tonight at Key at 7:15.As usual, the Carroll County dual-match championship will be on the line and the No. 2 Panthers (10-0) are favored over the No. 5 Eagles (9-0-1).The match is the first of a stretch drive for the two teams that will see them duel for supremacy not only in Carroll County but in the 1A-2A regionals and state championships.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | December 10, 1992
The Francis Scott Key wrestling team made Liberty first-yea coach Jeff Hash's county debut one he would rather forget.The homestanding Eagles jumped to a 15-0 lead after three matches and rolled to a 63-6 win over Liberty.Francis Scott Key coach Bill Hyson's wrestlers got eight pins, and Jamie Degroft's major decision of Jason Kramer at 152 pounds clinched it at 39-6."It's been a busy week," said Hyson, whose squad competed in the Annapolis Tournament over the weekend before defeating Catoctin on Monday.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 10, 1994
North Carroll, largely on the strength of its effort in last week's 43-12 victory over Frederick, has taken the No. 2 spot from defending 1A-2A state champ Northeast, which dropped to No. 3 in the Maryland State Wrestling Association rankings.North Carroll was ranked No. 3 and Frederick was No. 7, but Frederick has dropped from the MSWA rankings.The Panthers' victory over Frederick included No. 4 Corey Rill (130) edging then-No. 4 Tim Fields, 4-2. Also in the match, Rill's No. 2-ranked teammate, Tommy Kiler (135)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Special to The Sun | February 6, 1992
UNION BRIDGE -- Last night was essentially billed as a coming-out party for a youthful No. 10 Francis Scott Key wrestling team, which played host to defending Carroll County champion and No. 3 North Carroll.North Carroll was still smarting from two seasons back, when the Eagles ended the Panthers' 48-match winning streak, 33-22, to win the dual-meet title. But this season's Eagles (8-1-1, 3-1), who comprise four freshmen, a sophomore, six juniors and just two seniors, lost, 50-15, to North Carroll (11-1, 4-0)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 30, 1992
Few high school wrestling coaches can boast about the dedication of their kids like Francis Scott Key's Bill Hyson, who at 8 a.m. on Christmas Eve had 45 guys dressed and ready to practice.He reaped dividends in their 29th annual Francis Scott Key Holiday Invitational yesterday as the fifth-ranked, host Eagles (4-0, 214.5 points) placed 12 wrestlers in the top three of their weight classes to win their third straight crown.Winning titles were Steve Lessard (119, 9-2), third-ranked Randy Owings (130, 11-1)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 1, 1993
Talk about domination: 10 of the 13 champions in the South Hagerstown tournament over the weekend were from Carroll County -- seven from fifth-ranked Francis Scott Key and three from No. 3 North Carroll.Despite outnumbering the Panthers' champions and going 4-0 in head-to-head bouts at 130, 135, 160 and heavyweight, the Eagles finished nine points behind their county rivals for second place in the 12-team tournament.North Carroll's champions were second-ranked Doug Dell (103, 18-0), who pinned his three opponents in a combined 6:51, top-ranked Jeremy Myers (112, 18-0)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | February 2, 1994
Just what is this celebrated North Carroll-Francis Scott Key wrestling thing all about?"We're like cats and dogs on the mat, but off the mat the kids are always goofing off with each other," said Francis Scott Key's Bill Hyson who will be coaching his 14th dual match against North Carroll tonight at Key at 7:15.As usual, the Carroll County dual-match championship will be on the line and the No. 2 Panthers (10-0) are favored over the No. 5 Eagles (9-0-1).The match is the first of a stretch drive for the two teams that will see them duel for supremacy not only in Carroll County but in the 1A-2A regionals and state championships.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | December 22, 1992
Chris Beale did not always enjoy wrestling during his junior league days. But steady success and new-found camaraderie has made the sport a lot more fun.Beale broke into Francis Scott Key's regular lineup early in his freshman year and has stayed since. He went 37-10 during his first two years, and hopes to make greater impact as a junior. Beale has improved each season. After missing part of his freshman year with injuries, he finished 14-4 at 112 pounds and was an alternate to the state tournament.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | December 22, 1993
Francis Scott Key heavyweight Brad Bockelmann made his first career victory a memorable one.Bockelmann pinned Chay Lahew at 1:23 to give No. 4 Francis Scott Key a come-from-behind 30-30 tie with visiting Smithsburg in a battle of the defending Monocacy Valley Athletic League co-champions last night.Bockelmann -- and Key (2-0-1, 1-0-1) -- appeared in trouble early in the final match. Lahew scored a takedown 40 seconds into the match and was in control for most of the first period.Lahew still was on top with just under 50 seconds left in the period when Bockelmann used an elbow roll to put the Smithsburg heavyweight on his back.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | December 22, 1993
Francis Scott Key heavyweight Brad Bockelmann made his first career victory a memorable one.Bockelmann pinned Chay Lahew at 1:23 to give No. 4 Francis Scott Key a come-from-behind 30-30 tie with visiting Smithsburg in a battle of the defending Monocacy Valley Athletic League co-champions last night.Bockelmann -- and Key (2-0-1, 1-0-1) -- appeared in trouble early in the final match. Lahew scored a takedown 40 seconds into the match and was in control for most of the first period.Lahew still was on top with just under 50 seconds left in the period when Bockelmann used an elbow roll to put the Smithsburg heavyweight on his back.
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By Bill Free | December 10, 1993
* Chris Beale, Francis Scott Key, Sr., 140 -- Ranked fifth in the state at 140 entering the season, Beale is an easy wrestler for Bill Hyson to coach. He is always near his weight, which might help account for a 23-6 record last season.* Chris Boog, North Carroll, Sr., 171 -- Boog has a way of winning big matches for the Panthers. He moved up to 189 pounds against Francis Scott Key last season and clinched a 31-24 victory over the Eagles by pinning Dale Bloom in 3:34. Boog is ranked No. 1 in the state at 189, but most likely will wrestle at 171.* Mike Chenoweth, South Carroll, Soph.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | March 5, 1993
The three-mile workout runs through Union Bridge are a lot sweeter, he is noticed a little more by everybody and the pizza tasted better last Saturday night at a celebration party.That is how life has changed for Chris Beale, Francis Scott Key's standout 135-pound wrestler.Beale and the fifth-ranked Eagles upset second-ranked North Carroll in the state Class 2A-1A, Region I tournament at Boonsboro last Saturday, marking the first time in four years Key has beaten the Panthers in any wrestling competition (dual meets, invitationals, regionals and states)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 1, 1993
Talk about domination: 10 of the 13 champions in the South Hagerstown tournament over the weekend were from Carroll County -- seven from fifth-ranked Francis Scott Key and three from No. 3 North Carroll.Despite outnumbering the Panthers' champions and going 4-0 in head-to-head bouts at 130, 135, 160 and heavyweight, the Eagles finished nine points behind their county rivals for second place in the 12-team tournament.North Carroll's champions were second-ranked Doug Dell (103, 18-0), who pinned his three opponents in a combined 6:51, top-ranked Jeremy Myers (112, 18-0)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 30, 1992
Few high school wrestling coaches can boast about the dedication of their kids like Francis Scott Key's Bill Hyson, who at 8 a.m. on Christmas Eve had 45 guys dressed and ready to practice.He reaped dividends in their 29th annual Francis Scott Key Holiday Invitational yesterday as the fifth-ranked, host Eagles (4-0, 214.5 points) placed 12 wrestlers in the top three of their weight classes to win their third straight crown.Winning titles were Steve Lessard (119, 9-2), third-ranked Randy Owings (130, 11-1)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | December 22, 1992
Chris Beale did not always enjoy wrestling during his junior league days. But steady success and new-found camaraderie has made the sport a lot more fun.Beale broke into Francis Scott Key's regular lineup early in his freshman year and has stayed since. He went 37-10 during his first two years, and hopes to make greater impact as a junior. Beale has improved each season. After missing part of his freshman year with injuries, he finished 14-4 at 112 pounds and was an alternate to the state tournament.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 10, 1994
North Carroll, largely on the strength of its effort in last week's 43-12 victory over Frederick, has taken the No. 2 spot from defending 1A-2A state champ Northeast, which dropped to No. 3 in the Maryland State Wrestling Association rankings.North Carroll was ranked No. 3 and Frederick was No. 7, but Frederick has dropped from the MSWA rankings.The Panthers' victory over Frederick included No. 4 Corey Rill (130) edging then-No. 4 Tim Fields, 4-2. Also in the match, Rill's No. 2-ranked teammate, Tommy Kiler (135)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | March 5, 1993
The three-mile workout runs through Union Bridge are a lot sweeter, he is noticed a little more by everybody and the pizza tasted better last Saturday night at a celebration party.That is how life has changed for Chris Beale, Francis Scott Key's standout 135-pound wrestler.Beale and the fifth-ranked Eagles upset second-ranked North Carroll in the state Class 2A-1A, Region I tournament at Boonsboro last Saturday, marking the first time in four years Key has beaten the Panthers in any wrestling competition (dual meets, invitationals, regionals and states)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | December 10, 1992
The Francis Scott Key wrestling team made Liberty first-yea coach Jeff Hash's county debut one he would rather forget.The homestanding Eagles jumped to a 15-0 lead after three matches and rolled to a 63-6 win over Liberty.Francis Scott Key coach Bill Hyson's wrestlers got eight pins, and Jamie Degroft's major decision of Jason Kramer at 152 pounds clinched it at 39-6."It's been a busy week," said Hyson, whose squad competed in the Annapolis Tournament over the weekend before defeating Catoctin on Monday.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Special to The Sun | February 6, 1992
UNION BRIDGE -- Last night was essentially billed as a coming-out party for a youthful No. 10 Francis Scott Key wrestling team, which played host to defending Carroll County champion and No. 3 North Carroll.North Carroll was still smarting from two seasons back, when the Eagles ended the Panthers' 48-match winning streak, 33-22, to win the dual-meet title. But this season's Eagles (8-1-1, 3-1), who comprise four freshmen, a sophomore, six juniors and just two seniors, lost, 50-15, to North Carroll (11-1, 4-0)
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