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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 4, 1996
Third-ranked Curley won the war against Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A rival Loyola, 51-12, but the visiting Dons won a key battle at 145 pounds.The Friars (4-0, 2-0) led the Dons (6-1, 0-1) by 30-6 after Loyola's first of just three wins, a second-period pin by Keith Lilly (140, 13-3).Then came a marquee bout between Curley's No. 4 Sal Aquia (145, 13-1) and Dave Riley (16-1, 13 pins), the latter up from 140. Aquia had allowed just nine points entering the bout, and led 2-0 after a takedown.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1998
Calvert Hall's Chris Knox (103), Chris Hanlon (119), Tony Russo (130) and Rob Johns (135) all won titles, and Leonard Monfredo (160) was second as the No. 2 Cardinals edged top-ranked Curley for the MIAA tournament title, 194.5-194, yesterday at Mount St. Joseph.Johns (33-5) won his third crown, with Hanlon (33-2) and Russo (35-3) taking their second straight to prevent No. 3 Mount St. Joseph (179 points, third) from winning its 23rd straight tournament."Coach [Henry Franklin] told us St. Joe had some great seeds, and we'd have to pull it off in the consolation rounds," said Russo, who watched teammates Sean Ireland (145)
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By Lem Satterfield | February 3, 1998
The former assistant, Henry Franklin, looks to take down his former head coach, Alan Gebhart, when No. 2-ranked Calvert Hall visits No. 1 Curley tonight at 6 p.m. in a match with implications toward deciding the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association's dual meet champ.Frankin, in his fourth season at Calvert Hall since leaving Curley, expects both teams to juggle their lineups.Haswell Franklin, Henry's father, is chairman of the Maryland State Wrestling Association, which also ranks the Friars (10-0, 7-0 league)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 4, 1998
On his back, gripped in a headlock by Mike Light and with time running out in regulation, Shawn Calhoun was his entire Curley wrestling team in microcosm."
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | February 1, 1995
The young Archbishop Curley squad continued to grow yesterday -- at Loyola's expense.Sparked by victories from Sal Aquia, Mike Boettcher, Bob Lader and Ben Verner, host Archbishop Curley defeated No. 12 Loyola, 39-24, and wrapped up first place in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Division.Archbishop Curley (6-3, 4-1) wins the division by tie-breaker. Curley, Gilman and Loyola each have one division loss, but the Friars' 15-point victory over Loyola gave them the title by point differential.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1997
Mount St. Joseph's Mike McKinney, a 171-pound regular, lost his 189-pound bout, 7-5, to Curley's Brad Charvat, who had dropped from heavyweight.But in defeat, McKinney won one for the team. Ahead by a point and forfeiting at heavyweight, No. 5 Curley (8-1) needed a fall from Charvat, the team's top pinner. But Mckinney forced the action and even led, 4-2, to help No. 1 Mount St. Joseph (12-0) to a 28-26 victory at Curley in a Maryland Interscholastic Athlecit Association interdivisional match.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1998
Archbishop Curley convincingly won the third Golden Bear Invitational at Hammond last night, 216-167.Heading into the finals the No. 1-ranked Friars held a 37-point lead over runner-up Hammond, and the only team battle left was for second place. The host No. 3-ranked Golden Bears hung on to nip third-place South Carroll by four points.It was Curley's fourth straight tournament victory in this season of historic firsts for the Friars."We've never wrestled at this level before," said Curley coach Alan Gebhart.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | February 1, 1995
The young Archbishop Curley squad continued to grow yesterday -- at Loyola's expense.Sparked by victories from Sal Aquia, Mike Boettcher, Bob Lader and Ben Verner, host Archbishop Curley defeated No. 12 Loyola, 39-24, and wrapped up first place in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Division.Archbishop Curley (6-3, 4-1) wins the division by tie-breaker. Curley, Gilman and Loyola each have one division loss, but the Friars' 15-point victory over Loyola gave them the title by point differential.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 30, 1997
Calling it "a proving ground" for his team, Curley coach Alan Gebhart was concerned entering yesterday's Arundel Invitational. A year ago, his Friars were runners-up to the host Wildcats despite crowning six champions.But this year's top-ranked Friars overcame two losses via disqualification by placing nine wrestlers in the top four of their weight classes, including five champions, to dethrone fourth-ranked Arundel, 214.5-to-186.5. Tenth-ranked Loyola was third with 162 points, followed by Meade (154)
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1998
Archbishop Curley convincingly won the third Golden Bear Invitational at Hammond last night, 216-167.Heading into the finals the No. 1-ranked Friars held a 37-point lead over runner-up Hammond, and the only team battle left was for second place. The host No. 3-ranked Golden Bears hung on to nip third-place South Carroll by four points.The big surprise of the evening was a loss by Jimmy O'Connor of Glenelg, a state champion who had won 46 straight matches. He was upset by Roy Orr of Rising Sun in overtime, 7-5. O'Connor tied the match at 5-5 with 1: 02 left in the third period.
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By Lem Satterfield | February 3, 1998
The former assistant, Henry Franklin, looks to take down his former head coach, Alan Gebhart, when No. 2-ranked Calvert Hall visits No. 1 Curley tonight at 6 p.m. in a match with implications toward deciding the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association's dual meet champ.Frankin, in his fourth season at Calvert Hall since leaving Curley, expects both teams to juggle their lineups.Haswell Franklin, Henry's father, is chairman of the Maryland State Wrestling Association, which also ranks the Friars (10-0, 7-0 league)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 25, 1998
Curley's Paul Boettcher gave the No. 1 Friars an insurmountable lead, winning his 152-pound bout, 10-4 over Mike Swann, in a 38-19 victory over visiting sixth-ranked Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association rival Gilman yesterday.The win by Boettcher, who is ranked No. 2 in the state with a 22-1 record, put the Friars (9-0, 5-0) ahead, 35-7, with four bouts left, rendering moot victories by Gilman's No. 2-ranked superstars, Damian Davis (189) and Mike Faust (heavyweight). Davis improved to 24-0 with a 5-4 decision over J.D. Mislak, and Faust, to 31-0 with a 3-1 overtime decision over Brad Charvat.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 18, 1998
Top-ranked Curley put a school-record 10 wrestlers in the finals, getting individual titles from P.J. Kirhagis (130), Pat Curran (160), J.D. Mislak (189), Brad Charvat (heavyweight) and brothers Mike (140) and Paul Boettcher (145) to win the last night's Sonny Wells Seahawk Invitational at South River.For Curley, runners-up were Brian Bricker (112), Antwaun Lide (119), Mike Frey (125) and Shawn Calhoun (135) in the 17-team event. Owings Mills (146) was second, defending 3A-4A state champ Sherwood third, defending 1A-2A state champ Lackey fourth, five-time Bay Conference champ Kent sixth.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1998
Archbishop Curley convincingly won the third Golden Bear Invitational at Hammond last night, 216-167.Heading into the finals the No. 1-ranked Friars held a 37-point lead over runner-up Hammond, and the only team battle left was for second place. The host No. 3-ranked Golden Bears hung on to nip third-place South Carroll by four points.The big surprise of the evening was a loss by Jimmy O'Connor of Glenelg, a state champion who had won 46 straight matches. He was upset by Roy Orr of Rising Sun in overtime, 7-5. O'Connor tied the match at 5-5 with 1: 02 left in the third period.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1998
Archbishop Curley convincingly won the third Golden Bear Invitational at Hammond last night, 216-167.Heading into the finals the No. 1-ranked Friars held a 37-point lead over runner-up Hammond, and the only team battle left was for second place. The host No. 3-ranked Golden Bears hung on to nip third-place South Carroll by four points.It was Curley's fourth straight tournament victory in this season of historic firsts for the Friars."We've never wrestled at this level before," said Curley coach Alan Gebhart.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 4, 1998
Thump. Thump. Thump. Thump.That sound you hear is top-ranked Curley's wrestling team, hammering out yet another victory over a quality area opponent.Winning titles yesterday at No. 12 Aberdeen's invitational were top-ranked Mike Boettcher (140, 20-0), second-ranked Paul Boettcher (145, 11-1), Brian Bricker (112, 16-1), Antwoine Lide (119, 20-3), Mike Frey (125, 18-2), Shawn Calhoun (135, 18-5) and Brad Charvat (heavyweight) as the Friars totaled 222.5 points in routing the eight-team field.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff | December 29, 1996
Arundel's depth proved the difference in yesterday's 12-team, 18th annual Arundel Holiday tournament, as the No. 6 Wildcats ** placed 13 wrestlers in the top five -- with three champs -- to overcome an upset of their top wrestler and six champs by No. 5 Curley.Arundel's titlists were Pat Crouse (119, 10-1), Graham Harris (145, 11-0) and Jeff Blachly (189, 8-0), a true 171-pounder who edged Loyola's Pat Brannon, 7-5, in overtime as their team won, 214-to-199. But No. 5 Isaac Haertel (152, 11-1)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 18, 1998
Top-ranked Curley put a school-record 10 wrestlers in the finals, getting individual titles from P.J. Kirhagis (130), Pat Curran (160), J.D. Mislak (189), Brad Charvat (heavyweight) and brothers Mike (140) and Paul Boettcher (145) to win the last night's Sonny Wells Seahawk Invitational at South River.For Curley, runners-up were Brian Bricker (112), Antwaun Lide (119), Mike Frey (125) and Shawn Calhoun (135) in the 17-team event. Owings Mills (146) was second, defending 3A-4A state champ Sherwood third, defending 1A-2A state champ Lackey fourth, five-time Bay Conference champ Kent sixth.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 30, 1997
Calling it "a proving ground" for his team, Curley coach Alan Gebhart was concerned entering yesterday's Arundel Invitational. A year ago, his Friars were runners-up to the host Wildcats despite crowning six champions.But this year's top-ranked Friars overcame two losses via disqualification by placing nine wrestlers in the top four of their weight classes, including five champions, to dethrone fourth-ranked Arundel, 214.5-to-186.5. Tenth-ranked Loyola was third with 162 points, followed by Meade (154)
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