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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 14, 2005
McDonogh wrestler Joe Breen won't worry if he yields an early takedown in a match during this weekend's Mount Mat Madness tournament at Goucher College. Breen has trailed early in so many victories this year that he has lost count. But the numbers don't lie: The Sun's No. 1-ranked 125-pounder takes a 20-3 record with 16 pins and two overtime losses into an event that features 20 nationally ranked wrestlers from four states. "I can't remember the last time I got the first takedown against a good kid. It's just weird," said Breen, 16, a defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association champion who placed fourth at last year's National Prep Championships after twice finishing second at private school states.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 25, 2005
Hereford's D.J. Scarponi got a pep talk from an unexpected source before his 119-pound title bout of last weekend's Baltimore County public schools wrestling tournament. "I told him to make it quick," said Dulaney's James Knox, whose 125-pound match against Sparrows Point's Alex Weber followed Scarponi's. "He went out and did what I asked: Got the kid in a headlock, and it was over." After pinning Owings Mills' Tony Mack in 2:28 for his first county title, Scarponi said he "slapped five" with Knox and returned the favor.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 25, 2005
Hereford's D.J. Scarponi got a pep talk from an unexpected source before his 119-pound title bout of last weekend's Baltimore County public schools wrestling tournament. "I told him to make it quick," said Dulaney's James Knox, whose 125-pound match against Sparrows Point's Alex Weber followed Scarponi's. "He went out and did what I asked: Got the kid in a headlock, and it was over." After pinning Owings Mills' Tony Mack in 2:28 for his first county title, Scarponi said he "slapped five" with Knox and returned the favor.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 14, 2005
McDonogh wrestler Joe Breen won't worry if he yields an early takedown in a match during this weekend's Mount Mat Madness tournament at Goucher College. Breen has trailed early in so many victories this year that he has lost count. But the numbers don't lie: The Sun's No. 1-ranked 125-pounder takes a 20-3 record with 16 pins and two overtime losses into an event that features 20 nationally ranked wrestlers from four states. "I can't remember the last time I got the first takedown against a good kid. It's just weird," said Breen, 16, a defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association champion who placed fourth at last year's National Prep Championships after twice finishing second at private school states.
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January 5, 2006
On Dcember 30, 2005, ROSETTA HARRIS HENDERSON; loving mother of Deboroh Hope. She is also survived by step-mother Annie Harris, sister Mary Colson and brother William Harris, six grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue, on Friday after 9, where family will receive friends on Saturday 11:30, followed by funeral service at 12. Interment in King Memorial Park.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 21, 2003
Owings Mills' Robbie Cooper edged Dulaney's James Knox, 3-2, in double overtime of their 119-pound title bout in yesterday's fifth annual Parkville Invitational, but each wrestler showed championship class. Though it was Cooper, a returning state champion, whose hand officially was raised in victory, the Owings Mills wrestler then raised the hand of Knox, a state runner-up. "He deserved to win. He out-wrestled me," said Cooper, who is 10-0 to Knox's 8-1. "I'm good on my feet, but I didn't open him up or get the takedowns I should have.
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January 18, 2006
River Hill's Taylor Green, a returning second-team All-Metro wrestler, paced the Hawks to third place at last weekend's Delmarva Classic Tournament at Wicomico County High, scoring one of two technical falls in the second period and outscoring two rivals by a combined 20-0 to earn the 152-pound title. The senior raised his record to 17-0 on the season with nine pins and four technical falls. Ranked No. 2 in his weight class, Green "has grown like a weed" since his sophomore season, his father, Mark, said.
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By Lem Satterfield | January 30, 2005
Pins by Zach Scherr and Zack Zelesky at 145 and 152 pounds, respectively, and decisions by Vince Crocker (103) and Bob Brozckowski (125) were instrumental in yesterday's 45-29 Franklin victory in a trimeet at Dulaney that was good for the Baltimore County 4A-3A League title. Led by freshman Matt Jackson (112), who rose to 22-0 with a pin and a decision, Rising Sun (9-3) of Cecil County swept the meet, beating Dulaney (20-5 overall, 8-3 league), 35-34, and Franklin (10-2, 9-0), 42-30. Franklin's Andrew Snyder (171)
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December 3, 2009
11 MSA and MIAA titles each - in 11 opportunities - Mount St. Joseph coach Paul Triplett will have earned if the Gaels take both this year. Triplett won both titles each year in his first stint as coach from 1988 to 1998. 12 Match wins 189-pound North County senior Pat Carey needs to break Tyler Sheldon's school record of 95. Carey, who was 35-0 last year, has 84 career victories. 14 Consecutive Anne Arundel County championships Old Mill will have won if it captures the title this year 162 Maryland state public school record for wins held by Dulaney's James "Woofy" Knox, who now wrestles at 125 pounds for Maryland 300 Career wins Harford Tech coach Gary Silar will have with his next victory
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee , Sandra.Mckee@baltsun.com | December 3, 2009
11MSA and MIAA titles each - in 11 opportunities - Mount St. Joseph coach Paul Triplett will have earned if the Gaels take both this year. Triplett won both titles each year in his first stint as coach from 1988 to 1998. 12Match wins 189-pound North County senior Pat Carey needs to break Tyler Sheldon's school record of 95. Carey, who was 35-0 last year, has 84 career victories. 14Consecutive Anne Arundel County championships Old Mill will have won if it captures the title this year 162Maryland state public school record for wins held by Dulaney's James "Woofy" Knox, who now wrestles at 125 pounds for Maryland 300Career wins Harford Tech coach Gary Silar will have with his next victory
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January 26, 2005
BOYS Joe Breen McDonogh, wrestling Ranked No. 1 by The Sun at 125 pounds, this junior rose last week to 130 pounds and scored one pin each in the Eagles' victories over Loyola, Eastern Tech and then-No. 6 Harford Tech. The returning second-team All-Metro selection raised his record to 27-3, including 20 pins, three wins by technical fall (15 or more points) and two by major decision (wins by eight to 14 points). Breen has won tournaments at McDonogh and Herndon High, and at the prestigious Mount Mat Madness Tournament hosted by Mount St. Joseph at Goucher College.
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