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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 29, 1995
With every victory for Mount St. Joseph wrestler Danny DeVivo, there is self-criticism, self-analysis.Take, for example, last year's Annapolis Tournament title bout.DeVivo, a true 160-pounder, was wrestling at 171 pounds. He overcame an early 5-4 deficit by scoring nine of 12 back points in the second period of a 23-6 technical-fall victory over Chris Brown, a state champ from McDonough in Charles County.It was a display of dominance and talent by most standards -- except DeVivo's. All he talked about afterward was that he "got sloppy."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | June 28, 1995
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By LEM SATTERFIELD | December 13, 1994
Danny DeVivo, the Mount St. Joseph 171-pounder who is ranked No. 1 in Maryland and was The Baltimore Sun's 1993-94 All-Metro Wrestler of the Year, was listed among the Super 25 seniors by USA Today last week.A two-time All-Metro, DeVivo won last year's National Prep Tournament at Lehigh. With last weekend's 10-0 victory over Bullis' fifth-ranked Eugene Brodetski in the title bout of the Annapolis Tournament, DeVivo improved his career record to 115-12.Brodetski, who was fourth in last year's National Prep Tournament, had lost only 12-7 to DeVivo in last year's National Prep quarterfinals.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 13, 1995
The second-annual state duals tournament gets under way this week, beginning with Wednesday night's regionals at 5:30, and culminating with Friday's state championship at South Carroll.The finals of all regionals begin at 7:30 p.m.Host and No. 5 Owings Mills (15-2), a state duals semifinalist last year, is set to defend its 1A-2A North Region crown against fourth seed Fallston, and No. 2 seed Pikesville (10-2) takes on No. 3 seed Sparrows Point (11-3).Host and fourth seed Perry Hall, a 3A-4A state semifinalist last year, has its hands full defending its North Region crown.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 13, 1994
After a summer of international wrestling exposure, Mount St. Joseph junior Danny DeVivo has been dominating competition at both 160 and 171 pounds.He opened the season with a pin and a technical fall before winning his second straight Curley Tournament crown, 17-7, over St. Paul's sixth-ranked Pete Karvounis. For DeVivo, a runner-up at Curley as a freshman, the victory came over a wrestler who placed third in last year's Maryland Scholastic Association Tournament.A week later, DeVivo overcame a 5-4 deficit for a 23-6 technical fall victory over McDonough of Charles County's top-ranked Chris Brown for his second straight Annapolis Tournament crown after being third as a freshman.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 12, 1993
Mount St. Joseph's Danny DeVivo, a true 160-pounder, overcame a 5-4 deficit for a 23-6 technical-fall win over McDonogh's top-ranked Chris Brown (171) and his second straight Annapolis tournament title last night.DeVivo, ranked No. 2 at 160 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, scored nine of 12 backpoints in the second period during a tournament that was a runaway for top-ranked winner Mount St. Joseph (241 points), which breezed past 12 other teams."I'm glad I had to wrestle on the mat tonight.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 2, 1995
Top-ranked Mount St. Joseph finished eighth in last weekend's 25-team University of California (Pa.) Tournament, getting runner-up efforts from David Inkman (140), Tyran Dungee (152), Danny DeVivo (171) and Kenny Hunter (heavyweight).Inkman, Dungee and Hunter all lost in overtime, and DeVivo, last year's Baltimore Sun All-Metro Wrestler of the Year, lost, 3-1, on a takedown with eight seconds left in regulation.Inkman (12-1), ranked No. 3 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, as well as Hunter (12-1)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 9, 1995
All-Metro wrestlers David Inkman (140) and Danny DeVivo (160) won four matches each and became the area's only individual champions in last weekend's second-annual Mid-Atlantic Invitational Classic at St. Mark's in Wilmington, Del.Their victories helped top-ranked Mount St. Joseph to finish fourth for the second straight season out of 16 teams from Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Vermont. And their efforts came a week after each wrestler had lost his first match of the season in overtime in their title bouts at the University of California (Pa.)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 7, 1992
The season is barely two weeks old, but Mount St. Joseph wrestlers Danny DeVivo (160) and Kevin Neville (152) say their concentration has already been tested.And if their combined 16-0 record is any indication, they are passing with flying colors.Although the top-ranked Gaels (169) finished second to Riverdale Baptist (195.5) in the Annapolis tournament over the weekend, the two grapplers found individual success despite the setback for the 17-time defending Maryland Scholastic Association champions.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | July 29, 1992
Highland resident Danny DeVivo wrestled to an 8-4 record while competing in both the Greco-Roman and freestyle categories at last weekend's Junior National championships at St. Paul, Minn.The youngest member of the Maryland Junior Team at age 15, DeVivo's 6-2 slate in the freestyle competition left him just one match shy of gaining All-American status in a weight class made up of 110 wrestlers. A wrestler must finish among in the top eight to be considered an All-American."I felt real good about the way I wrestled," said DeVivo (154 pounds)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 1, 1995
What was supposed to be a decent match turned into yet another mismatch for top-ranked Mount St. Joseph in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association.Leading No. 13 Boys' Latin (6-1, 4-1) by 16-9, the Gaels (8-0, 5-0) won five of the last seven bouts, including pins by Ron Cooper (152 pounds) and No. 2-ranked heavyweight Kenny Hunter on the way to a 41-21 rout.The victory secures the title in Group A of the MIAA for the Gaels. With Curley's 39-24 victory over No. 12 Loyola yesterday, the Gaels will take on the Friars on Feb. 21 for the MIAA title.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 29, 1995
With every victory for Mount St. Joseph wrestler Danny DeVivo, there is self-criticism, self-analysis.Take, for example, last year's Annapolis Tournament title bout.DeVivo, a true 160-pounder, was wrestling at 171 pounds. He overcame an early 5-4 deficit by scoring nine of 12 back points in the second period of a 23-6 technical-fall victory over Chris Brown, a state champ from McDonough in Charles County.It was a display of dominance and talent by most standards -- except DeVivo's. All he talked about afterward was that he "got sloppy."
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January 10, 1995
Daniel DeVivoMount St. JosephWrestlingDeVivo, who is ranked No. 1 in the state, won the Delaware Mid-Atlantic Classic 160-pound title. The Gaels senior won two matches by pins and another by a major decision.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 9, 1995
All-Metro wrestlers David Inkman (140) and Danny DeVivo (160) won four matches each and became the area's only individual champions in last weekend's second-annual Mid-Atlantic Invitational Classic at St. Mark's in Wilmington, Del.Their victories helped top-ranked Mount St. Joseph to finish fourth for the second straight season out of 16 teams from Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Vermont. And their efforts came a week after each wrestler had lost his first match of the season in overtime in their title bouts at the University of California (Pa.)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 2, 1995
Top-ranked Mount St. Joseph finished eighth in last weekend's 25-team University of California (Pa.) Tournament, getting runner-up efforts from David Inkman (140), Tyran Dungee (152), Danny DeVivo (171) and Kenny Hunter (heavyweight).Inkman, Dungee and Hunter all lost in overtime, and DeVivo, last year's Baltimore Sun All-Metro Wrestler of the Year, lost, 3-1, on a takedown with eight seconds left in regulation.Inkman (12-1), ranked No. 3 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, as well as Hunter (12-1)
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By LEM SATTERFIELD | December 13, 1994
Danny DeVivo, the Mount St. Joseph 171-pounder who is ranked No. 1 in Maryland and was The Baltimore Sun's 1993-94 All-Metro Wrestler of the Year, was listed among the Super 25 seniors by USA Today last week.A two-time All-Metro, DeVivo won last year's National Prep Tournament at Lehigh. With last weekend's 10-0 victory over Bullis' fifth-ranked Eugene Brodetski in the title bout of the Annapolis Tournament, DeVivo improved his career record to 115-12.Brodetski, who was fourth in last year's National Prep Tournament, had lost only 12-7 to DeVivo in last year's National Prep quarterfinals.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | March 15, 1993
Mount St. Joseph wrestler Kevin Neville always is seeking challenge.Take Tuesday's Senior All-Star Classic at Johns Hopkins, where the 152-pound National Prep runner-up scored a technical fall over his first of two opponents -- Old Mill's fifth-ranked state champ Todd Hultgren.The next opponent for Neville, a two-time Maryland Scholastic Association champ, was Loch Raven's sixth-ranked, two-time regional champ, Mike Brammer. Neville entered the event ranked No. 2 behind Rising Sun's Jason Townsend, a junior who just three days earlier had pinned Brammer in 1:40 for his second straight 2A-1A title.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 28, 1994
Mount St. Joseph's top-ranked Danny DeVivo (160) pinned his way to the title in the National Prep Tournament at Lehigh (Pa.) University over the weekend, leading the Gaels to their fourth crown in the seven-year tenure of coach Paul Triplett.Also for the Gaels, top-ranked Paul Scott (140) and third-ranked Kenny Hunter (heavyweight) were runners-up, top-ranked David Inkman (130) and fifth-ranked Tyran Dungee (135) each placed fourth, and Jake Lissau (112) was fifth.McDonogh's Dave Trudil (119)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | April 27, 1994
In its meeting last Thursday, the executive council -- the state association's committee to study the playoff structure -- decided to use soccer and volleyball as pilot programs for an open state tournament next fall.Under the new format, the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association will abandon its present playoff point system to allow all teams -- regardless of regular-season records -- an automatic postseason berth.The goal is to institute the new system for all sports except football.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 29, 1994
Led by Howard County residents Danny DeVivo and David Inkman, Mount St. Joseph wrestlers excelled at last weekend's Hammond Open Tournament at Hammond High.DeVivo, The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Wrestler of the Year and this year's National Prep Tournament runner-up, pinned his way to the 171-pound title in the Elite Division.Inkman (an All-Metro pick) and second-team All-Metro Russell Fecteau each competed for the 135-pound crown of the Elite Division, with Inkman winning, 10-8, in overtime.
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