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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 MICHAEL OLESKER | September 2, 2005
LUNCHTIME two days ago at the Lexington Market, the crowd's a little sparse. A veteran security guard named Anthony Dungee, 56, a professional observer of human behavior patterns, sums it up easily: end of the month, and the beginning of school. Money's too tight to blow it on lunch. In the city of Baltimore, the observation's not exactly a bulletin, but the market's a human picture of the latest dismal arithmetic. The morning paper says nearly one in every four city residents lives in poverty.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1996
In the past, Mount St. Joseph wrestlers Jake Lissau and Tyran Dungee were mere understudies to such stars as All-Metros Shane McCarthy, Paul Scott, David Inkman, Kevin Neville and Danny DeVivo.But each of them is a team captain this season, gaining an opportunity to show their senior leadership. And for the next week, they'll be gearing up for next weekend's National Preps Tournament at Lehigh University, where Dungee was fourth last year."The guys who were here before, they were stars you looked up to," said Dungee, ranked No. 1 at 160 with a 34-2 record (22 pins, six technical falls)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 2, 1996
McDonogh heavyweight wrestler J. R. Plienis, 17, edged South Carolina state champ Nick DiBenedetto, 3-2, to become Maryland's fourth-ever National High School champion at Duquesne University Sunday night.The 230-pound Plienis, The Baltimore Sun's 1995-96 All-Metro Wrestler of the Year, also became the nation's No. 1-ranked heavyweight with the victory since DiBenedetto had entered the title bout having pinned North Dakota's previously No. 1-ranked Scott Owens in the semifinal."I was ranked No. 2," said Plienis, who has accepted a full wrestling scholarship to the University of Nebraska.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 5, 1995
POTOMAC -- Few people in the Bullis gymnasium knew it was coming, not even Mount St. Joseph's 145-pound wrestler Tyran Dungee.Bullis' top-ranked Benny Ferro entered their title bout the prohibitive favorite with a 26-1 record, 17 pins and five technical falls.But the fourth-ranked Dungee (28-4) shocked the crowd with a seemingly routine 12-1 decision, helping the Gaels to edge DeMatha, 232.5-to-204.5, in the inaugural Maryland IndependentSchools State Tournament."I thought it would be closer because he had a reputation for being tough," said Dungee, the tournament's Outstanding Wrestler.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 10, 1995
For the second straight year, Altoona (Pa.), with two champs among eight top-four finishers, beat several of Maryland's best wrestling programs at last night's 18th annual Annapolis High Invitational Tournament.Runner-up in the 14-team event was top-ranked, private schools state champ Mount St. Joseph (137.5 to Altoona's 174.5). The Gaels' Jake Lissau (135 pounds) and Tyran Dungee (160), both 8-0, added Annapolis to the crowns they won at Curley last weekend.National Prep champ DeMatha (128.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1996
Though Mount St. Joseph failed to defend its private schools state crown Saturday, being dethroned, 229.5-225, by DeMatha of Prince George's County, eight area wrestlers won their title bouts in the second annual championship at Bullis Prep in Montgomery County.Mount St. Joseph's No. 1 Tyran Dungee (160 pounds, 28-2) repeated as champ, nailing his 18th fall in just 40 seconds against St. Paul's Mike Kernan. But Dungee was the No. 2 Gaels' lone winner among five finalists.Other local champs were Boys' Latin's Jason Leneau (152, 14-0)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 13, 1993
No. 3 North Carroll displayed its usual dominance in winning its second straight Meade tournament crown -- its third overall -- over the weekend.The Panthers had eight champions in No. 2 Chris Boog (171, 4-0), No. 4 Tommy Kiler (135), No. 5 Cory Rill (130), No. 6 Eric Hott (145), Saidrick Lewis (152), Ed Davis (112), Jason Albert (140) and Jason Simms (189).No. 4 state runner-up Doug Dell (119) dropped a 2-1 decision to Arundel's Phil Meenan, ranked No. 3, on a third-period takedown."Saidrick looked super," said North Carroll coach Dick Bauerlein.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | January 15, 1995
Don't mess with Zac.That is rule No. 1 around Francis Scott Key High School.It's not that Zac Yinger is a bully or likes to beat up on people.It's that he has nicknames such as "Stinger" and "The Animal," commands respect with a stoic-like presence, has not been beaten in 12 bouts for the No. 2 Key wrestling team, and won a state 145-pound championship for the Eagles last year.In fact, Yinger is rarely in a bad mood even though he gives up his weekends to concentrate on training and making weight in the 152-pound class, where he is ranked No. 1 in the state.
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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 | February 27, 1996
In the past, Mount St. Joseph wrestlers Jake Lissau and Tyran Dungee were mere understudies to such stars as All-Metros Shane McCarthy, Paul Scott, David Inkman, Kevin Neville and Danny DeVivo.But each of them is a team captain this season, gaining an opportunity to show their senior leadership. And for the next week, they'll be gearing up for next weekend's National Preps Tournament at Lehigh University, where Dungee was fourth last year."The guys who were here before, they were stars you looked up to," said Dungee, ranked No. 1 at 160 with a 34-2 record (22 pins, six technical falls)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1996
Though Mount St. Joseph failed to defend its private schools state crown Saturday, being dethroned, 229.5-225, by DeMatha of Prince George's County, eight area wrestlers won their title bouts in the second annual championship at Bullis Prep in Montgomery County.Mount St. Joseph's No. 1 Tyran Dungee (160 pounds, 28-2) repeated as champ, nailing his 18th fall in just 40 seconds against St. Paul's Mike Kernan. But Dungee was the No. 2 Gaels' lone winner among five finalists.Other local champs were Boys' Latin's Jason Leneau (152, 14-0)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1995
McDonogh heavyweight J.R. Plienis, ranked No. 3 in America by Matside Magazine, and DeMatha's 125-pound Todd Beckerman of Crofton, No. 2 nationally, signed for full scholarships to attend the nation's No. 2-ranked University of Nebraska last month.They are believed to be the first Marylanders to take advantage of the early signing period.Plienis, a two-time All-Metro, has a 95-11 career record, including 37-2 last year when he had 19 pins and won the private school state title and the National Prep Tournament crown.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 10, 1995
For the second straight year, Altoona (Pa.), with two champs among eight top-four finishers, beat several of Maryland's best wrestling programs at last night's 18th annual Annapolis High Invitational Tournament.Runner-up in the 14-team event was top-ranked, private schools state champ Mount St. Joseph (137.5 to Altoona's 174.5). The Gaels' Jake Lissau (135 pounds) and Tyran Dungee (160), both 8-0, added Annapolis to the crowns they won at Curley last weekend.National Prep champ DeMatha (128.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 5, 1995
POTOMAC -- Few people in the Bullis gymnasium knew it was coming, not even Mount St. Joseph's 145-pound wrestler Tyran Dungee.Bullis' top-ranked Benny Ferro entered their title bout the prohibitive favorite with a 26-1 record, 17 pins and five technical falls.But the fourth-ranked Dungee (28-4) shocked the crowd with a seemingly routine 12-1 decision, helping the Gaels to edge DeMatha, 232.5-to-204.5, in the inaugural Maryland IndependentSchools State Tournament."I thought it would be closer because he had a reputation for being tough," said Dungee, the tournament's Outstanding Wrestler.
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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 | April 2, 1996
McDonogh heavyweight wrestler J. R. Plienis, 17, edged South Carolina state champ Nick DiBenedetto, 3-2, to become Maryland's fourth-ever National High School champion at Duquesne University Sunday night.The 230-pound Plienis, The Baltimore Sun's 1995-96 All-Metro Wrestler of the Year, also became the nation's No. 1-ranked heavyweight with the victory since DiBenedetto had entered the title bout having pinned North Dakota's previously No. 1-ranked Scott Owens in the semifinal."I was ranked No. 2," said Plienis, who has accepted a full wrestling scholarship to the University of Nebraska.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | September 2, 2005
LUNCHTIME two days ago at the Lexington Market, the crowd's a little sparse. A veteran security guard named Anthony Dungee, 56, a professional observer of human behavior patterns, sums it up easily: end of the month, and the beginning of school. Money's too tight to blow it on lunch. In the city of Baltimore, the observation's not exactly a bulletin, but the market's a human picture of the latest dismal arithmetic. The morning paper says nearly one in every four city residents lives in poverty.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | January 15, 1995
Don't mess with Zac.That is rule No. 1 around Francis Scott Key High School.It's not that Zac Yinger is a bully or likes to beat up on people.It's that he has nicknames such as "Stinger" and "The Animal," commands respect with a stoic-like presence, has not been beaten in 12 bouts for the No. 2 Key wrestling team, and won a state 145-pound championship for the Eagles last year.In fact, Yinger is rarely in a bad mood even though he gives up his weekends to concentrate on training and making weight in the 152-pound class, where he is ranked No. 1 in the state.
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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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