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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 24, 1997
Like most brothers, the Pandullo boys had their share of scraps when they were young.All disagreements would eventually be decided with the two -- Joey, now a senior at Meade High, and his little brother Matt, a junior -- wrestling on the living room floor, in their basement or anywhere else they could find.The current tale of the tape has Joey wrestling at the 160-pound class for the Meade Mustangs with Matt at 112. Joey has always been bigger."And Matt always kept coming back for more," said Joey.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | March 2, 2001
Matt Harvey doesn't mind being misinterpreted. Quiet by nature, Harvey, a junior wrestling in the 119-pound weight class for Meade, is a study in silent concentration before every match. What some opponents might gauge as nerves, Harvey views as an opportunity. "I'm always quiet because I like to get focused," he says. "I don't like to joke around or talk a lot before a match. It gets me prepared for what I have to do." The results are undeniable. Harvey has compiled a 25-2 record and enters today's Class 4A-3A state tournament as the East Region champ and one of four No. 1 seeds.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 1, 1998
It looks like No. 6 Arundel may want the final say.After banging heads with county rival Old Mill all season and finishing a close second best, the Wildcats made a statement last night when they captured the Class 3A-4A East region championship at Meade High School.Sending six wrestlers to the finals and coming away with three region champs, the Wildcats outpointed runner-up Old Mill, 160.5-145, with Severna Park (110.5) taking third in the 18-team field.Arundel qualified eight wrestlers for next weekend's state tournament at Western Maryland College, while fifth-ranked Old Mill had seven finish in the top four yesterday to advance.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 13, 1999
Chris Knox, Calvert Hall's National Preps champ at 112 pounds, ran his career total of wins to 118 last night in the 16th annual senior all-star classic at River Hill.Knox used four near-fall points to overcome a 5-4 third-period deficit in a 10-5 win over Meade's state champ Matt Pandullo, then won by technical fall over North Caroline's John Rhodes, 20-5.Knox was among several gold medalists in last night's triangular meet featuring the highest placing seniors from the private school and public school Class 1A-2A and Class 3A-4A state tournaments.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 23, 1998
A first-period pin by Severna Park's Dan Seger at 171 pounds put the match away mathematically, and a 38-second fall by John Sergeant (189) added the exclamation point to a 40-17 rout of visiting 15th-ranked Anne Arundel County league rival Meade.The Falcons (6-2 overall, 5-2 league), losers of only four bouts, kept alive their hopes of winning one of the last two seeds in the upcoming four-team Class 3A-4A regional duals tournament. With No. 4 Arundel and No. 10 Old Mill likely to take the top two seeds, the Falcons, Northeast and Baltimore's Patterson are on the bubble.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,SUN STAFF | December 7, 1997
Top-ranked Arundel was on display for the first time this season in the Meade Invitational Wrestling Tournament this weekend.The Wildcats, last year's Class 3A-4A dual meet state champs, looked as impressive as advertised.What separated them from the rest of an impressive field yesterday was a simple case of numbers. They sent seven wrestlers to the final round and finished with three champions to pull away from surprise runner-up Severna Park for a 196.5-167.5 victory. South Carroll finished third with 144 points.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 13, 1999
Chris Knox, Calvert Hall's National Preps champ at 112 pounds, ran his career total of wins to 118 last night in the 16th annual senior all-star classic at River Hill.Knox used four near-fall points to overcome a 5-4 third-period deficit in a 10-5 win over Meade's state champ Matt Pandullo, then won by technical fall over North Caroline's John Rhodes, 20-5.Knox was among several gold medalists in last night's triangular meet featuring the highest placing seniors from the private school and public school Class 1A-2A and Class 3A-4A state tournaments.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1999
Old Mill looked primed to win the title going into the weekend and surprising South Carroll had the lead after the first day, but Damascus was the team that saved its best wrestling for last.The Green Hornets of Montgomery County, with three second-place finishers and two thirds, claimed the Class 3A-4A state title sweep yesterday at Western Maryland College by a 112-95 1/2 margin over runner-up South Carroll.Old Mill, which brought a state-high nine wrestlers to the tournament, finished a disappointing fifth with 68 points.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | March 2, 2001
Matt Harvey doesn't mind being misinterpreted. Quiet by nature, Harvey, a junior wrestling in the 119-pound weight class for Meade, is a study in silent concentration before every match. What some opponents might gauge as nerves, Harvey views as an opportunity. "I'm always quiet because I like to get focused," he says. "I don't like to joke around or talk a lot before a match. It gets me prepared for what I have to do." The results are undeniable. Harvey has compiled a 25-2 record and enters today's Class 4A-3A state tournament as the East Region champ and one of four No. 1 seeds.
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By GLENN P. GRAHAM | March 10, 1999
Wrestler of the YearMatt Pandullo, Meade, Sr., 119 (33-1): With his 4-3 decision over Old Mill's Adam DeCosmo on Saturday, Pandullo accomplished the goal he has aimed for since he first began wrestling in the fifth grade. "Ever since I started wrestling, I wanted to be a state champ. My last year, I got it. I've never felt this good in my whole life," he said, shortly after standing atop the podium over the weekend. It didn't come easy, which is no different from the rest of his stellar four-year career at Meade, where he became the Mustangs' career leader in wins with a 123-17 mark.
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By GLENN P. GRAHAM | March 10, 1999
Wrestler of the YearMatt Pandullo, Meade, Sr., 119 (33-1): With his 4-3 decision over Old Mill's Adam DeCosmo on Saturday, Pandullo accomplished the goal he has aimed for since he first began wrestling in the fifth grade. "Ever since I started wrestling, I wanted to be a state champ. My last year, I got it. I've never felt this good in my whole life," he said, shortly after standing atop the podium over the weekend. It didn't come easy, which is no different from the rest of his stellar four-year career at Meade, where he became the Mustangs' career leader in wins with a 123-17 mark.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1999
Old Mill looked primed to win the title going into the weekend and surprising South Carroll had the lead after the first day, but Damascus was the team that saved its best wrestling for last.The Green Hornets of Montgomery County, with three second-place finishers and two thirds, claimed the Class 3A-4A state title sweep yesterday at Western Maryland College by a 112-95 1/2 margin over runner-up South Carroll.Old Mill, which brought a state-high nine wrestlers to the tournament, finished a disappointing fifth with 68 points.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 1, 1998
It looks like No. 6 Arundel may want the final say.After banging heads with county rival Old Mill all season and finishing a close second best, the Wildcats made a statement last night when they captured the Class 3A-4A East region championship at Meade High School.Sending six wrestlers to the finals and coming away with three region champs, the Wildcats outpointed runner-up Old Mill, 160.5-145, with Severna Park (110.5) taking third in the 18-team field.Arundel qualified eight wrestlers for next weekend's state tournament at Western Maryland College, while fifth-ranked Old Mill had seven finish in the top four yesterday to advance.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 23, 1998
A first-period pin by Severna Park's Dan Seger at 171 pounds put the match away mathematically, and a 38-second fall by John Sergeant (189) added the exclamation point to a 40-17 rout of visiting 15th-ranked Anne Arundel County league rival Meade.The Falcons (6-2 overall, 5-2 league), losers of only four bouts, kept alive their hopes of winning one of the last two seeds in the upcoming four-team Class 3A-4A regional duals tournament. With No. 4 Arundel and No. 10 Old Mill likely to take the top two seeds, the Falcons, Northeast and Baltimore's Patterson are on the bubble.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 24, 1997
Like most brothers, the Pandullo boys had their share of scraps when they were young.All disagreements would eventually be decided with the two -- Joey, now a senior at Meade High, and his little brother Matt, a junior -- wrestling on the living room floor, in their basement or anywhere else they could find.The current tale of the tape has Joey wrestling at the 160-pound class for the Meade Mustangs with Matt at 112. Joey has always been bigger."And Matt always kept coming back for more," said Joey.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,SUN STAFF | December 7, 1997
Top-ranked Arundel was on display for the first time this season in the Meade Invitational Wrestling Tournament this weekend.The Wildcats, last year's Class 3A-4A dual meet state champs, looked as impressive as advertised.What separated them from the rest of an impressive field yesterday was a simple case of numbers. They sent seven wrestlers to the final round and finished with three champions to pull away from surprise runner-up Severna Park for a 196.5-167.5 victory. South Carroll finished third with 144 points.
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