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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | February 25, 2000
South Carroll wrestling coach Pete Olson readily admits that he's not much of a screamer when one of his Cavaliers is on the mat. And when Kellen Weber, Dan Patterson, Josh Wampler and Bryan Hamper are positioned in the circle, the longtime coach becomes practically silent. "There's not a lot to say to them because they know what they need to do," said Olson, who has been coaching in Carroll County since 1979. What the four wrestlers have done -- in addition to winning titles at last Saturday's county tournament -- is compile strong records on their way to earning high seeds in the Class 3A/4A North Regional tournament at Dundalk High today.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2001
In four years at South Carroll, the Cavaliers' 135-pound Dan Patterson has faced some of the fiercest wrestlers Maryland and Delaware has had to offer. And to have lost only 13 times during that stretch is a laudable feat. Even more impressive is that six of those setbacks have come against state champs or runners-up, according to his coach. In addition, Patterson has more career victories than any wrestler ever to don a South Carroll uniform. "He's lost to guys from St. Mark's, St. Joe, some of the best guys out there," coach Peter Olson said.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2001
Fourth-ranked South Carroll yesterday moved Kellen Weber (125), Dan Patterson (135), Bryan Hamper (140) and Travis Mohlhenrich (152) into today's 4A-3A semifinals and leads Paint Branch, 43-31, in the tournament at Western Maryland College. On the 2A-1A side, Atholton moved Doug Ramsey (103), Bryan Radik (130), Adam Roth (145) and Mark Carbone (171) into the semifinals, and Hammond has Jimmy Davis (125), Ryan Mackin (135) Scott Wallace (171) in the next round. Northern Garrett leads the 2A-1A team standings with 45 points.
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By RICK BELZ | December 5, 2000
South Carroll is the team to beat, and North Carroll and Westminster also will be strong. The Cavaliers, three-time defending county champions, were 12-2 last season, second in the region and fifth at states. They return 11 of 13 starters and six state qualifiers: Kellen Weber, a 125-pound senior who was fifth at states; Buddy Olson (130), a junior and two-time state qualifier; Dan Patterson (135), a senior who was third in the state the past two seasons; Josh Wampler (140), a senior who was third in the region; Travis Mohlhenrich (140)
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1999
Seniors Kyle Burger and Mike Muller and sophomores Dan Patterson and Fran Jackson, all regional champions, and all in the Class 3A-4A portion of the meet, are among the top Carroll County entries competing in the 30th annual state wrestling tournament at Western Maryland College this weekend.Today's program for the separate Class 1A-2A and Class 3A-4A championships begins at 2: 30 p.m. with preliminaries, followed by the quarterfinals at 7: 30 p.m.The action resumes at 10 a.m. tomorrow with consolations.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 11, 1999
Buoyed by a home crowd, South Carroll lost only three bouts in walloping Eastern Tech, 65-4, and North Carroll, 59-5, to win the Class 3A-4A North regional championship in the sixth annual state dual-meet championships last night. The victories boosted the Cavaliers' record to 16-0.Dan Patterson, Bryan Hamper, Brad Mann, and Chris Currence each had two pins for South Carroll, and Mike Muller added a pin and a technical fall.The only winner for Eastern Tech (9-4-1) was heavyweight Josh Fortner with a major decision.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 6, 2001
Wrestlers for South Carroll had plenty of time to regroup after their disappointing fifth-place finish in the recent Arundel Holiday Tournament, and last night's blowouts of host Glenelg and Hammond, by a combined 94-33, were the result. The seventh-ranked Cavaliers (6-0) routed Hammond, 47-18, and Glenelg, 47-15, scoring 11 pins and two technical falls against only eight combined losses to their opponents. Hammond (8-6-1) won, 41-22, over Glenelg (3-4). Fifth-ranked state champion Bryan Hamper (145)
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 28, 1999
John Thornton and Matt Kunkel extended undefeated streaks and South Carroll, with four individual winners, easily captured the team crown in the annual Class 3A-4A, North Region championships yesterday at Fallston High School.Thornton, a C. Milton Wright senior, improved to 32-0, beating Shane Farmer of Aberdeen in the final, 11-2. Aberdeen senior Kunkel moved to 27-0, taking the title with a 7-3 conquest of South Carroll's Anton Enrique.South Carroll got championships from Kellen Weber (103)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1999
South Carroll junior Kellen Webber's come a long way in two years.Webber missed all of his freshman wrestling season due to hip-replacement surgery to repair a growth abnormality which eventually forced him to wear a partial body cast. Last year, despite competing with an artificial hip, Webber placed fourth at states as a 103-pounder.The little guy stepped up big yesterday in victories over No. 14 Dulaney, 48-17, and host Howard, 60-10, moving up from his regular spot at 119 to score wins at 125 as No. 7 South Carroll (2-0)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2001
In four years at South Carroll, the Cavaliers' 135-pound Dan Patterson has faced some of the fiercest wrestlers Maryland and Delaware has had to offer. And to have lost only 13 times during that stretch is a laudable feat. Even more impressive is that six of those setbacks have come against state champs or runners-up, according to his coach. In addition, Patterson has more career victories than any wrestler ever to don a South Carroll uniform. "He's lost to guys from St. Mark's, St. Joe, some of the best guys out there," coach Peter Olson said.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 6, 2001
Wrestlers for South Carroll had plenty of time to regroup after their disappointing fifth-place finish in the recent Arundel Holiday Tournament, and last night's blowouts of host Glenelg and Hammond, by a combined 94-33, were the result. The seventh-ranked Cavaliers (6-0) routed Hammond, 47-18, and Glenelg, 47-15, scoring 11 pins and two technical falls against only eight combined losses to their opponents. Hammond (8-6-1) won, 41-22, over Glenelg (3-4). Fifth-ranked state champion Bryan Hamper (145)
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By RICK BELZ | December 5, 2000
South Carroll is the team to beat, and North Carroll and Westminster also will be strong. The Cavaliers, three-time defending county champions, were 12-2 last season, second in the region and fifth at states. They return 11 of 13 starters and six state qualifiers: Kellen Weber, a 125-pound senior who was fifth at states; Buddy Olson (130), a junior and two-time state qualifier; Dan Patterson (135), a senior who was third in the state the past two seasons; Josh Wampler (140), a senior who was third in the region; Travis Mohlhenrich (140)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | February 25, 2000
South Carroll wrestling coach Pete Olson readily admits that he's not much of a screamer when one of his Cavaliers is on the mat. And when Kellen Weber, Dan Patterson, Josh Wampler and Bryan Hamper are positioned in the circle, the longtime coach becomes practically silent. "There's not a lot to say to them because they know what they need to do," said Olson, who has been coaching in Carroll County since 1979. What the four wrestlers have done -- in addition to winning titles at last Saturday's county tournament -- is compile strong records on their way to earning high seeds in the Class 3A/4A North Regional tournament at Dundalk High today.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1999
South Carroll junior Kellen Webber's come a long way in two years.Webber missed all of his freshman wrestling season due to hip-replacement surgery to repair a growth abnormality which eventually forced him to wear a partial body cast. Last year, despite competing with an artificial hip, Webber placed fourth at states as a 103-pounder.The little guy stepped up big yesterday in victories over No. 14 Dulaney, 48-17, and host Howard, 60-10, moving up from his regular spot at 119 to score wins at 125 as No. 7 South Carroll (2-0)
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1999
Seniors Kyle Burger and Mike Muller and sophomores Dan Patterson and Fran Jackson, all regional champions, and all in the Class 3A-4A portion of the meet, are among the top Carroll County entries competing in the 30th annual state wrestling tournament at Western Maryland College this weekend.Today's program for the separate Class 1A-2A and Class 3A-4A championships begins at 2: 30 p.m. with preliminaries, followed by the quarterfinals at 7: 30 p.m.The action resumes at 10 a.m. tomorrow with consolations.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 28, 1999
Fran Jackson (125) and Mike Muller (152) each repeated as regional champions, and South Carroll, with four individual winners, easily captured the team crown in the annual Class 3A-4A, North tournament yesterday at Fallston High School.Jackson (24-2), a sophomore from North Carroll, and last year's county-region-state champion at 103, needed a takedown in the last 20 seconds to get by Mike Winters (26-9) of Dulaney, 5-3, and Muller (30-4), a senior from South Carroll, recovered from a 4-0 first-period deficit to stop Gary Burkhardt (31-2)
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 28, 1999
Fran Jackson (125) and Mike Muller (152) each repeated as regional champions, and South Carroll, with four individual winners, easily captured the team crown in the annual Class 3A-4A, North tournament yesterday at Fallston High School.Jackson (24-2), a sophomore from North Carroll, and last year's county-region-state champion at 103, needed a takedown in the last 20 seconds to get by Mike Winters (26-9) of Dulaney, 5-3, and Muller (30-4), a senior from South Carroll, recovered from a 4-0 first-period deficit to stop Gary Burkhardt (31-2)
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 28, 1999
John Thornton and Matt Kunkel extended undefeated streaks and South Carroll, with four individual winners, easily captured the team crown in the annual Class 3A-4A, North Region championships yesterday at Fallston High School.Thornton, a C. Milton Wright senior, improved to 32-0, beating Shane Farmer of Aberdeen in the final, 11-2. Aberdeen senior Kunkel moved to 27-0, taking the title with a 7-3 conquest of South Carroll's Anton Enrique.South Carroll got championships from Kellen Weber (103)
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