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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 17, 1994
Broadneck's 40-25 upset of then-No. 14 Chesapeake last week came on the heels of the Bruins' loss to then-No. 11 Perry Hall.2 The Basta brothers, Nick (130) and Dave (140),were double-winnners for the Patriots, with Dave getting two pins.Winning once were No. 3 Jason Bryant (112), Shawn Radford (119), Mike DeLeonardi (145), Mike Hines (152), Larry Webster (152), Jason Athanas (160) and No. 6 Don Patterson (189).Bryant lost, 12-6, to Great Bridge's state champ, Shawn Darnell (15-0), but not before scoring three back points.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 5, 1995
When Northern-Calvert dethroned five-time champ Old Mill last year, it broke the Baltimore area's nine-year long stranglehold on the 3A-4A state crown.But yesterday at Western Maryland College, the fourth-ranked Patriots pulled a reversal and pinned down their sixth crown, 90.5-64, over LaPlata.Sixth-ranked Paul Hultgren (130, 29-4) and Mike DiLeonardi (145, 30-6) won titles, Mike Hines (152, 34-7) and No. 2-ranked Don Patterson (189, 32-2) were second, and Eric Donoway (171) was fourth for Old Mill.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 29, 1993
Old Mill's Don Patterson (189 pounds) pinned North Hagerstown's Nathan Reel in 1:35, as the No. 5 Patriots dethroned host and No. 4 Francis Scott Key, 183-178.5, in the Eagles' 26th annual wrestling tournament last night.Patterson, a junior, improved to 10-3 with his eighth pin of the year, pulling the Patriots from a 178.5-177 deficit."One of my teammates told me I need to win for us to win," Patterson said. "You always feel good about doing well for your team."The Patriots, ranked No. 9 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, also had champs in No. 3 Jason Bryant (112, 11-1)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 5, 1995
When Northern-Calvert dethroned five-time champ Old Mill last year, it broke the Baltimore area's nine-year long stranglehold on the 3A-4A state crown.But yesterday at Western Maryland College, the fourth-ranked Patriots pulled a reversal and pinned down their sixth crown, 90.5-64, over LaPlata.Sixth-ranked Paul Hultgren (130, 29-4) and Mike DiLeonardi (145, 30-6) won titles, Mike Hines (152, 34-7) and No. 2-ranked Don Patterson (189, 32-2) were second, and Eric Donoway (171) was fourth for Old Mill.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 5, 1995
When Northern-Calvert dethroned five-time champ Old Mill last year, it broke the Baltimore area's nine-year long stranglehold on the 3A-4A state crown.But yesterday at Western Maryland College, the fourth-ranked Patriots pulled a reversal and pinned down their sixth crown, 90.5-64, over LaPlata.Sixth-ranked Paul Hultgren (130, 29-4) and Mike DiLeonardi (145, 30-6) won titles, Mike Hines (152, 34-7) and No. 2-ranked Don Patterson (189, 32-2) were second, and Eric Donoway (171) was fourth for Old Mill.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 5, 1995
When Northern-Calvert dethroned five-time champ Old Mill last year, it broke the Baltimore area's nine-year long stranglehold on the 3A-4A state crown.But yesterday at Western Maryland College, the fourth-ranked Patriots pulled a reversal and pinned down their sixth crown, 90.5-64, over LaPlata.Sixth-ranked Paul Hultgren (130, 29-4) and Mike DiLeonardi (145, 30-6) won titles, Mike Hines (152, 34-7) and No. 2-ranked Don Patterson (189, 32-2) were second, and Eric Donoway (171) was fourth for Old Mill.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | December 28, 1994
No. 5 Francis Scott Key got pins from three of its seven champions last night to dethrone No. 2 Old Mill, 212-186.5, in Key's 27th annual eight-team Christmas tournament.The visiting Patriots, who led 180.5-177 entering the championship round, lost all four of their title bouts to the Eagles' Matt Yinger (112 pounds, 8-3), three-time winner Steve Lessard (135, 10-1), defending state champ Zac Yinger (152, 9-0) and Robert Buntin (171, 8-1).Matt Yinger pinned Jarod Marquardt in 1:03, Lessard outmuscled Old Mill's Paul Hultgren, 7-4; Zac Yinger pinned Old Mill's Mike Hines (11-2)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 28, 1993
Just when you think you've done enough -- you haven't. Making demands on his team, says No. 14 Walbrook's coach Wavie Gibson, is a sure method of improvement.His philosophy worked in yesterday's Class 4A-3A Region IV tournament at Meade. Gibson's two-time Maryland Scholastic Association B-Conference champion Warriors (12-0, 108 points) qualified six of nine wrestlers -- with 11 overall from the city -- for a surprising third-place finish for their inaugural venture into next weekend's state meet.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 4, 1995
Old Mill (24.5 points) was the leader over Churchill (23), La Plata (22) and defending champ Northern (20) entering today's semifinal round of the 26th 3A-4A state wrestling tournament at Western Maryland College.For the Patriots, five-time champs before being dethroned last year, sixth-ranked Paul Hultgren (130, 26-4), Mike DiLeonardi (145), Mike Hines (152) and No. 2 Don Patterson (189, 31-2) reached the semifinals. Only Eric Donoway (171) was relegated to the consolation rounds after being injured in his match with Suitland's Dan Ropel (19-2)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | December 21, 1994
It was her 15th birthday, but last night was torturous for Beth Hampe. She was in the stands as No. 6 Broadneck faced her father, Old Mill wrestling coach Mike Hampe, and his No. 2 Patriots."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 4, 1995
Old Mill (24.5 points) was the leader over Churchill (23), La Plata (22) and defending champ Northern (20) entering today's semifinal round of the 26th 3A-4A state wrestling tournament at Western Maryland College.For the Patriots, five-time champs before being dethroned last year, sixth-ranked Paul Hultgren (130, 26-4), Mike DiLeonardi (145), Mike Hines (152) and No. 2 Don Patterson (189, 31-2) reached the semifinals. Only Eric Donoway (171) was relegated to the consolation rounds after being injured in his match with Suitland's Dan Ropel (19-2)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 10, 1995
For the first time since winning in 1977, Northeast enters today's Anne Arundel County wrestling tournament as defending champs."But that was last year, which means absolutely nothing," said coach Al Kohlhafer, in his 25th year. "And as far as I'm concerned, it's a whole new ball game."No. 4 Northeast prevented No. 2 Old Mill from winning an 11th tournament title last year, 199.5-174.5, with Broadneck being a distant third and Arundel four points behind the Bruins.Kohlhafer likes the fact that this year's Eagles have 11 wrestlers seeded among the top four in their weight classes compared to six each for Old Mill, Broadneck, Arundel and Chesapeake.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 27, 1995
A snowstorm canceled last year's Old Mill-Northeast dual meet, but last night's Anne Arundel County showdown, before a riled-up crowd at Old Mill, proved worth the wait.Top-ranked Don Patterson (189, 17-1) pinned Adrian Spears with 44 seconds left, which, coupled with a forfeit to Old Mill's Chris Riggin (Hwt.), hoisted the third-ranked Patriots (12-0, 10-0) to a // 33-27 victory.Old Mill improved its series lead to 7-2 over the fourth-ranked Eagles (12-1, 9-1) and can wrap up its 11th county dual-meet crown with wins over North County and Annapolis next week.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 27, 1995
A snowstorm canceled last year's Old Mill-Northeast dual meet, but last night's Anne Arundel County showdown, before a riled-up crowd at Old Mill, proved worth the wait.Top-ranked Don Patterson (189, 17-1) pinned Adrian Spears with 44 seconds left, which, coupled with a forfeit to Old Mill's Chris Riggin (Hwt.), hoisted the third-ranked Patriots (12-0, 10-0) to a // 33-27 victory.Old Mill improved its series lead to 7-2 over the fourth-ranked Eagles (12- 1, 9-1) and can wrap up its 11th county dual-meet crown with wins over North County and Annapolis next week.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 26, 1995
A year ago at about this time, Anne Arundel County wrestling fans were hoping to witness a milestone: Old Mill at Northeast in what would be the state's first dual-meet clash between defending state champs.Old Mill was a five-time defending 3A-4A statechamp, with Northeast being the defending 1A-2A state champ. It was the first time a single county had shared the state crown for both classifications.Then the snowstorms hit, and because of rescheduling problems, the big meeting was canceled.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | December 28, 1994
No. 5 Francis Scott Key got pins from three of its seven champions last night to dethrone No. 2 Old Mill, 212-186.5, in Key's 27th annual eight-team Christmas tournament.The visiting Patriots, who led 180.5-177 entering the championship round, lost all four of their title bouts to the Eagles' Matt Yinger (112 pounds, 8-3), three-time winner Steve Lessard (135, 10-1), defending state champ Zac Yinger (152, 9-0) and Robert Buntin (171, 8-1).Matt Yinger pinned Jarod Marquardt in 1:03, Lessard outmuscled Old Mill's Paul Hultgren, 7-4; Zac Yinger pinned Old Mill's Mike Hines (11-2)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | December 23, 1994
Sparked by Mike DiLeonardi's upset of defending state champ Mark Chesla at 152 pounds, No. 2 Old Mill rallied past unranked Anne Arundel County 4A League rival and host Arundel, 37-20, last night.The Patriots (5-0, 1-0), who were coming off a victory over No. 6 Broadneck of the 2A-3A league, moved into sole possession of first place in the 4A, but had early trouble against the Wildcats (4-2, 3-1).Arundel, coming off a 46-16 win over No. 12 Severna Park, had capitalized in the first four bouts for a 16-0 lead, including a pin by recent Old Mill transfer Phil Schleifer (119)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | December 23, 1994
Sparked by Mike DiLeonardi's upset of defending state champ Mark Chesla at 152 pounds, No. 2 Old Mill rallied past unranked Anne Arundel County 4A League rival and host Arundel, 37-20, last night.The Patriots (5-0, 1-0), who were coming off a victory over No. 6 Broadneck of the 2A-3A league, moved into sole possession of first place in the 4A, but had early trouble against the Wildcats (4-2, 3-1).Arundel, coming off a 46-16 win over No. 12 Severna Park, had capitalized in the first four bouts for a 16-0 lead, including a pin by recent Old Mill transfer Phil Schleifer (119)
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