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By Lem Satterfield | December 10, 1990
Mount St. Joseph wrestling coach Paul Triplett smiled as he stood in the Annapolis High gymnasium Saturday evening.His Gaels had won five individual titles to take the Annapolis tournament title -- dethroning two-time defending champion Old Mill. Last week, they won the Catholic Invitational at Archbishop Curley with six titlists.The Gaels scored 191 points to Old Mill's 134.5 ."We're wrestling really well, and I'm obviously pleased," said Triplett, in his fourth year coaching at his alma mater.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 7, 1996
Wrestling co-captain Brian Eveleth (Chesapeake) is Penn's Co-Athlete of the Week after a third-place finish in the Midlands ,, Tournament.The senior raised his record to 15-1 at 126 pounds after advancing to the quarterfinals of the championship bracket before losing and then winning four straight bouts in the wrestlebacks, capped by a 3-1 decision over Penn State's Eddie Jayne.* Kevin Neville (Mount St. Joseph) is 7-5 at 177 for Roger Williams and is ranked No. 2 in Division III's New England region.
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By Lem Satterfield | January 23, 1992
Mount St. Joseph junior Kevin Neville began this season as the area's most improved wrestler.Now, he's simply the most devastating finisher.Top-ranked at 152 pounds by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, Neville, 16, boasts a 22-2 record with 14 pins -- one shy of his total in last year's 31-6 season -- and he tops the area scoring compiled by The Baltimore Sun with 63 points.This season just four wrestlers have gone the distance with Neville, who placed fourth in last year's National Preps.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 24, 1994
Paul Triplett eschews the limelight as coach of the area's premier wrestling program, Mount St. Joseph.His laid-back approach has led to 25 individual Maryland Scholastic Association champions. Last weekend at Gilman, the Gaels secured their 19th MSA Tournament crown in the 74th and final event."Paul is sportsmanship. You'll never see him screaming at wrestlers or referees. He's under control," said Ivan Inkman, a wrestling official whose son, David, wrestles for the Gaels at 130 pounds."He's everything a coach should be: tough, yet a good role model who takes kids to another level."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 24, 1994
Paul Triplett eschews the limelight as coach of the area's premier wrestling program, Mount St. Joseph.His laid-back approach has led to 25 individual Maryland Scholastic Association champions. Last weekend at Gilman, the Gaels secured their 19th MSA Tournament crown in the 74th and final event."Paul is sportsmanship. You'll never see him screaming at wrestlers or referees. He's under control," said Ivan Inkman, a wrestling official whose son, David, wrestles for the Gaels at 130 pounds."He's everything a coach should be: tough, yet a good role model who takes kids to another level."
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | April 6, 1992
Sixty-four of the state's best wrestlers were honored yesterday by the Maryland State Wrestling Association at its first annual Outstanding Wrestlers Banquet at Friends School.Among the honorees were Gilman's John Kim (135 pounds), Mount St. Joseph's Kevin Neville (152) and Randallstown's Mike Jenson (171), each ranked No. 1 by the MSWA.Kim, 39-0 this season, said the banquet -- the first of its kind in state wrestling history -- was a step in the right direction."Wrestling in Maryland isn't overly supported like basketball or football," said Kim. "It's good to see this kind of thing for wrestling.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | April 6, 1992
Sixty-four of the state's best wrestlers were honored yesterday by the Maryland State Wrestling Association at its first annual Outstanding Wrestlers Banquet at Friends School.Among the honorees were Gilman's John Kim (135 pounds), Mount St. Joseph's Kevin Neville (152) and Randallstown's Mike Jenson (171), each ranked No. 1 by the MSWA.Kim, 39-0 this season, said the banquet -- the first of its kind in state wrestling history -- was a step in the right direction."Wrestling in Maryland isn't overly supported like basketball or football," said Kim. "It's good to see this kind of thing for wrestling.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 7, 1996
Wrestling co-captain Brian Eveleth (Chesapeake) is Penn's Co-Athlete of the Week after a third-place finish in the Midlands ,, Tournament.The senior raised his record to 15-1 at 126 pounds after advancing to the quarterfinals of the championship bracket before losing and then winning four straight bouts in the wrestlebacks, capped by a 3-1 decision over Penn State's Eddie Jayne.* Kevin Neville (Mount St. Joseph) is 7-5 at 177 for Roger Williams and is ranked No. 2 in Division III's New England region.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | November 14, 1990
For the third time in a year and the second time in two weeks, Glenelg High School athletic director Chuck Struhar has named a new varsity wrestling coach.Brian Chadwick, a 27-year-old electrician who was a successful wrestler at Oakland Mills High, takes over the Gladiators this week in his first position as head coach.Chadwick replaces Jeff Hash, Struhar's original choice, who was called to active Navy duty in Saudi Arabia last week. Hash had been selected to replace Joe Thomas, who took over the program last year and guided the Gladiators to a third-place finish at the county tournament.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 29, 1992
Yesterday -- for the first time in the 20-year history of the Maryland Catholic Invitational tournament -- Mount St. Joseph wasn't the team champion.The 17-time, Maryland Scholastic Association champion Gaels (181 points, second) got individual titles from Shane McCarthy (145, 4-0), Kevin Neville (152, 4-0), Danny DeVivo (160, 4-0) and heavyweight Dave Sunderland (4-0) in the 16-team affair.But the winner, Prince George's County's Riverdale Baptist Crusaders (211 points), placed 10 of its 12 wrestlers in the top three of their weight classes, with another taking fourth and four champions.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | March 10, 1993
The 2A-1A squad won last night's seventh annual senior All-Star Wrestling Classic at Johns Hopkins, beating the Private Schools, 37-28, and tying 4A-3A, 27-27.The Private Schools edged the 4A-3A, 29-26.Owings Mills All-American and three-time state champion Grant Johnson (171 pounds, 37-0) beat 4A-3A champion Greg Booth (32-3), 22-10, and took 34 seconds to pin St. Mary's Maryland Scholastic Association runner-up Scott Thompson to win the Outstanding Upper-Weight Wrestler award.The lower-weight MVP was Gilman's MSA champion, Gerard Harrison (112, 37-1)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | March 1, 1993
Top-ranked Mount St. Joseph (141.5 points) won its third National Prep wrestling title in the six-year tenure of coach Paul Triplett, topping an 81-team field of private schools Saturday at Lehigh University.Third-ranked Shane McCarthy (145, 37-2) was the Gaels' only champion, but with runners-up top-ranked Kevin Neville (152, 38-3) and top-ranked Danny DeVivo (160, 36-3), the Gaels had their most finalists under Triplett.McCarthy (two pins, three decisions), Neville and DeVivo were Maryland Scholastic Association champs last weekend.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 21, 1993
Mount St. Joseph wrestling coach Paul Triplett isn't often wrong about his top-ranked squad. He was yesterday, however, after his Gaels (296.5 points) breezed to their 18th Maryland Scholastic Association tournament title at Poly.Expecting a tough challenge from No. 6 runner-up Boys' Latin (203), Triplett said Thursday, "It won't be a blowout." But with eight finalists entering yesterday, the Gaels (12-0) already had more points (257.5) than in winning last year's title (257).Gaels' champs were top-ranked wrestlers Danny DeVivo (160, 31-2)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 16, 1993
Ed Overton stopped wrestling against a lifestyle that brought him to his knees and began wrestling for high school glory.And Overton's enthusiasm for wrestling "may be saving his life," said a friend, Cornell Bass."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 15, 1993
Old Mill's fifth-ranked Todd Hultgren (152, 21-5) has been the spark to the Patriots' fire.The top seed for this weekend's county tournament, Hultgren sacrificed for the team by wrestling up at 160 pounds all year and still decked 15 opponents. His pin total ties him with sophomore teammate Don Patterson (189, 19-4).Among Hultgren's losses this year are a 10-3 decision to then-top-ranked Kevin Neville (Mount St. Joseph) and a 4-2 loss to third-ranked state champion Johnny Montgomery (Randallstown)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 8, 1993
A Mount St. Joseph team that includes four county wrestlers has taken the top spot in the Maryland State Wrestling Association's rankings.The Gaels, 9-0, made the jump on the basis of an impressive dual-match victory over the former No. 1 squad, Prince George's County's Riverdale Baptist. Riverdale Baptist dropped to No. 7.County wrestlers Kevin Neville (171), a senior, and Danny DeVivo (160), a sophomore, are ranked No. 2 and No. 1 respectively in their weight classes, with Neville having vacated his No. 1 spot at 152 to seek tougher competition.
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By Lem Satterfield | December 19, 1991
When St. Paul's last beat Mount St. Joseph in wrestling, Desi McNelis was in his next-to-last year as the Crusaders' assistant coach.That was back in 1980, when the Crusaders tied the Gaels for the Maryland Scholastic Association tournament title after winning the A Conference dual-meet crown with a 12-0 record. And courtesy of yesterday's 50-18 loss to the No. 2 Gaels, the 10th-year coach still hasn't beaten them since.McNelis' 10th-ranked Crusaders (2-1) led, 12-11, when sixth-ranked Shane McCarthy's second-period pin put the Gaels ahead, 17-12.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 8, 1993
A Mount St. Joseph team that includes four county wrestlers has taken the top spot in the Maryland State Wrestling Association's rankings.The Gaels, 9-0, made the jump on the basis of an impressive dual-match victory over the former No. 1 squad, Prince George's County's Riverdale Baptist. Riverdale Baptist dropped to No. 7.County wrestlers Kevin Neville (171), a senior, and Danny DeVivo (160), a sophomore, are ranked No. 2 and No. 1 respectively in their weight classes, with Neville having vacated his No. 1 spot at 152 to seek tougher competition.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | January 24, 1993
'TC POTOMAC -- Both of Paul Triplett's wishes were satisfied yesterday.The coach's desire for his Mount St. Joseph's wrestling squad to knock off Maryland's No. 1 team, Riverdale Baptist, became reality. After that high-octane win, he hoped the Gaels wouldn't suffer a letdown against remaining competition in the quad meet at Bullis Prep.Again, Triplett and his wrestlers were fortunate. After a 42-21 victory over the Crusaders, Mount St. Joseph completed a sweep, topping Bullis, 48-21, and Altoona (Pa.)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 4, 1993
Four-time state champion Old Mill (186.5 points) had seven finalists and five individual champions in capturing its second straight St. Stephen's/St. Agnes Holiday Wrestling Classic last week.The second-ranked Patriots, who were far ahead of runner-up and co-No. 10 Gilman (152.5) in the eight-team affair, had champions in Jason Bryant (112), Kevin Seavey (130), Rick Oleszczuk (135), second-ranked state champion Marc Procaccini (160) and Don Patterson (189).Mark Hines (145) and Todd Hutlgren (152)
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