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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | April 28, 1993
A plan for separate dual-meet wrestling state championships, in addition to the 23-year-old state tournament that crowns individual and team champs, likely will go into effect for the 1993-1994 season.North Carroll coach Dich Bauerlein -- the plan's author -- presented it to the state association's Board of Control at its first of two annual meetings in Ocean City last weekend. It was approved unanimously, 49-0. It will be reviewed by the state superintendents next month.George McKelvey, coordinator of officials for the state association, said, "I don't think it will be a problem [getting the superintendents approval]
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2014
A regional wrestling dual meet has been postponed for the second time this week due to snow and the threat of more. The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association announced Friday that the 4A/3A East region dual meet scheduled for Saturday had been moved to Monday at 1 p.m. That's caused the state wrestling dual meet semifinals and finals to be moved to Wednesday. They had already been pushed back to Tuesday at North Point. The meet at River Hill is to feature the No. 6 Hawks, No. 7 Glenelg, No. 10 Old Mill and No. 4 Bel Air. The meet was originally scheduled for last Wednesday, but was postponed because of the impending snowstorm that ultimately dropped more than a foot of snow in some areas.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 25, 1993
Boon or burden? It seems to North Carroll coach Dick Bauerlein that some of the state's most prominent wrestling coaches may have had a change of heart.After two years of promotion, Bauerlein's plan for separate dual-meet state championships, in addition to the 23-year-old state tournament that crowns individual and team champs, begins during late February of the 1993-1994 season.It passed by a 49-0 margin in last month's state association Board of Control meeting, and last Monday got the approval of the state's superintendents.
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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2014
Two-time champion McDonogh holds a five-point lead after the quarterfinals of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association wrestling championship at Mount St. Joseph. The No. 1 Eagles, who still have nine wrestlers alive for a championship, have accumulated 104 points. The tournament semifinals will begin Saturday at 9 a.m. No. 2 Mount St. Joseph (99 points), No. 3 John Carroll (92.5), No. 12 Archbishop Spalding (73) and No. 8 Loyola (69.5) round out the top five. McDonogh wrestling coach Pete Welch, while confident, says he's not thinking about team scores at this point in the tournament, as the Eagles seek a third straight title.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 9, 2006
Handling two Howard County foes - Glenelg by a 38-27 count in the semifinals followed by a 36-32 win over Oakland Mills in the final - the host and No. 4 Hammond wrestling team captured the Class 2A-1A South region dual meet at home last night. The Golden Bears pinned their way past Oakland Mills to secure a trip to Saturday's state dual-meet championships, to be hosted by Thomas Johnson High in Frederick County. Hammond goes in as defending state dual meet champs. Justin Harding got the final started at the 215-pound class, decking Mike Santiago in 48 seconds for his second pin of the night.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 3, 2001
Freshman Thomas Smith scored an overtime takedown for a 5-3 victory over Poly's defending Baltimore City 189-pound champ Keith Eure to complete Patterson's decisive six-bout sweep on the road yesterday in a 38-24 dual-match victory. Eure slipped to 17-3 and Smith moved to 16-7 as the Clippers (12-1 overall, 8-0 league) secured their fifth straight city dual-meet title with their 17th straight dual-meet triumph against city rivals under coach Troy Stevenson. Down 18-9, the Clippers got pins from Tony Hurt (145)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | April 28, 1993
A plan for separate dual-meet wrestling state championships, in addition to the 23-year-old state tournament that crowns individual and team champs, likely will go into effect for the season.North Carroll coach Dich Bauerlein -- the plan's author -- presented it to the state association's Board of Control at its first of two annual meetings in Ocean City last weekend. It was approved unanimously, 49-0. It will be reviewed by the state superintendents next month.George McKelvey, coordinator of officials for the state association, said, "I don't think it will be a problem [getting the superintendents approval]
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1999
DAMASCUS -- It was about earning respect. Now Overlea has some. The No. 13-ranked Falcons are state Class 1A-2A dual-meet champs -- the first Baltimore County team to earn that distinction.The Falcons were seeded fourth in the four-team state dual-meet championships. They had only 12 wrestlers and had to forfeit one match. They had never won a state title or been to the state dual-meet championships.Their opponent, No. 11-ranked Hammond, had won two of the last three dual-meet state titles, and expected to win another.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 6, 1999
Derrick Dawson's 8-0 decision over Arundel's Steve Gills at 189 pounds clinched a 32-21 victory for visiting Old Mill in a battle of state champs in a gym jam-packed by more than 2,000 in Gambrills last night.Old Mill's 112-pound Dwayne Jones scored a 15-13 upset of sixth-ranked Shannon Webber early on, and teammate Dave Kim won a 3-2 heavyweight upset over third-ranked Jeff Blachly to cap off the victory for Old Mill (13-0), ranked No. 2 by The Sun and No. 3 in the state.Old Mill is defending Anne Arundel County, region and state duals champ, and Arundel, ranked No. 3 in The Sun and No. 4 in the state, won all three of those titles in the open tournament format.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2000
It's tough to tell who has more to be proud of this year - Howard wrestling coach Josh Bounds or Wilde Lake coach Adam Eldridge. The Wildecats and Lions faced off in a dual meet yesterday, and as expected, Wilde Lake won, 42-27. Wilde Lake continues to prove it could sneak into the upper echelon of Howard County before the year is out, and Howard showed it's nothing like the squad last year, when only one wrestler finished the season. Wilde Lake got out to an early 24-0 lead courtesy of a forfeit and three quick pins by Michael Towsend (103)
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The Baltimore Sun | January 3, 2014
Snow on Thursday night and Friday has turned the two-day C. Milton Wright Iron Horse Duals Wrestling Tournament into a one-day event. Harford County Public Schools closed on Friday after four to six inches of snow accumulated between Thursday evening and Friday morning. As a result, the school will hold the entire tournament on Saturday. Finals are expected to begin around 7 p.m. Several teams in The Baltimore Sun's top-15 wrestling poll are scheduled to participate in the tournament, including No. 3 John Carroll, No. 4 River Hill, No. 6 Hereford and No. 9 Bel Air.
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By Mike Frainie, For the Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2013
Winters Mill hadn't really been tested in a state dual meet all year. On Saturday night at North Point, that all changed. The No. 2 Falcons got a pin from senior Chase Cullison at 3:44 in the second period over No. 9 Glenelg's Anthony Pagnotta to give Winters Mill its second consecutive Class 2A-1A state dual meet title, 35-30, over the Gladiators. Winters Mill entered the final match trailing, 30-29. "Let's just say I'm speechless," Cullison said after the match. "Other than that, no comment.
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December 22, 2012
The John Carroll Patriots crushed visiting Centennial in wrestling Thursday night, 58-18. Devin Davis earned the Patriots their first non-forfeit victory of the night, pinning opponent Sam Routt in 2:17 during the 132-pound contest. Following a trio of Centennial victories, John Carroll's Austin Ross got the Patriots back on track with an 11-2 major decision win over Nick Shearin in the 160-pound bout. In the 170-pound matchup, John Carroll's Christian Scott pinned opponent Bradley Fasulo at the 2:55 mark.
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February 10, 2012
Hard work and sweat on the wrestling mats that started in mid-November paid off Feb. 1 as the Laurel Boys and Girls Club captured the program's first-ever Southern Maryland Junior Wrestling dual meet championship. The squad overcame adversity with dedication and determination while forming a winning bond that peaked at the right time. "Our youth worked very hard to achieve this measure of success," coach Steve Overton noted. In the tournament, held at Patuxent High School, Laurel defeated Calvert, 80-60 in the first round, and Glenarden, 76-71 in the second round.
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July 29, 2011
Pointers Run, 335; Dorsey's Search, 284 Medley Relays 15-18M: 1. PO (Gabel, Latzko, Bryant, Wolter), 1:54.33. 9-10M: 1. DS (Windley, Beck, Schulze, Swain), 1:20.29. 11-12M: 1. PO (Liu, Burns, Bazell, Wolter), 2:21.43. 13-14M: 1. DS (O'Neill, Swain, Ingham, Pavao), 2:22.27. Individual Medley 15-18B: 1. Kogan, PO, 1:01.06; 2. Wolter, PO; 3. Sham, DS. 15-18G: 1. Frey, DS, 1:06.39; 2. Carpenter, PO; 3. S. Laper, DS. 9-10B: 1. Swain, DS, 1:26.15; 2. Loudin, DS; Windley, DS. 9-10G: 1. Schulze, DS, 1:26.88; 2. Lopez, PO; 3. Masood, PO. 11-12B: 1. Propst, PO, 1:11.61; 2. Liu, PO; 3. Diven, DS. 11-12G: 1. Bazell, PO, 1:12.85; 2. Lazris, DS; 3. Sullivan, PO. 13-14B: 1. Liu, PO, 1:17.
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July 10, 2011
The Stoneleigh Sharks scored a 286-173 victory over the Pine Ridge Piranhas in a Freestate Swim League contest July 6. The victory helps the Sharks stay tied atop the Red Division of the FSL with the Hampton Hammerheads. Both teams have one loss on the season, although Stoneleigh prevailed in the dual meet between them. York Manor, which topped Stoneleigh a couple of weeks ago, fell to Campus Cabana and is now one game off the lead. The top-three individual Stoneleigh finishers against Pine Ridge were: GIRLS Cristiani Salvatori-1st, 15-18 100-meter freestyle; 1st, 100 individual medley Marley Swisher-2nd, 15-18 100 free; 2nd 100 IM Margaret McElroy, 1st, 13-14 100 free; 1st, 100 IM Emma Jablow, 3rd, 3-14 100 free; 2nd, 100 IM Marsi Salvatori-1st, 11-12 50 free; 1st, 50 breaststroke Lindsay Wiglesworth-2nd, 11-12 50 free Siena Twiss-3rd, 9-10 50 free Laney Cornelius-1st, 7-8 25 free; 2nd, 25 breast Madeline Till-2nd, 7-8 25 free Amelia Rhea-1st, 6&U 25 free; 2nd 25 backstroke Samantha Briggs-1st, 15-18 50 breast Anna Sillars-1st, 13-14 50 breast Alexandra Roseborough-2nd, 13-14 50 breast Lindsey Dowdy-2nd, 11-12 50 breast Elizabeth Swift-1st, 9-10 25 breast Beri Pinkett-3rd, 7-8 25 breast Natalie Marx-2nd, 11-12 100 IM Genevieve Schwenke-3rd, 11-12 100 IM; 3rd, 50 back Hannah Rhea-2nd, 9-10 100 IM Molly Farrugia-1st, 15-18 50 back; 1st, 50 fly ...
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2003
The fourth-ranked River Hill wrestling team clinched the No. 1 seed for next week's Class 4A-3A North regional dual-meet tournament by defeating No. 6 Harford Tech, 40-25, last night. The Hawks (19-3 overall, 9-0 league) also clinched the Howard County dual-meet title by defeating Howard, 77-6, in an earlier evening match. The dual meet was at River Hill. "They're heavy riders, good at takedowns and they go for the kill [pins]," said Harford Tech coach Gary Siler about River Hill. "There's no joking in them.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2011
Mike Laidley Archbishop Spalding A decade ago, Mike Laidley simply wanted his two sons, Mike and Chris, to be able to wrestle at Archbishop Spalding. It was a wish, he found, that would require his own contribution. "My oldest, Mike, was a freshman and the coach was leaving," said Laidley, 51, a commercial landscaper. "I told athletic director Lee Dove that I would volunteer to help whoever came on as the new coach. But no one answered the ad for a coach, and he asked if I'd take it on. With no experience, I said I would try. " Said Dove: "I was about to shut the program down for a couple years when Mike agreed to take the job. He said he'd find good assistants with the technical background and that he'd give it his best.
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By Justin Cherot, The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2010
A leaning pile of empty pizza boxes sat on one desk. Uneaten cake remained on another. Most of the Cardinal Gibbons track and field team had left the party last week celebrating their wins in both the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference dual meet and team championships, but those who remained laughed and shared the latest prom gossip while also planning ahead for the MIAA Conference Championship meet, which concludes Saturday at...
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