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December 12, 1990
Head coach: Dave Gehrdes (11th season).1989-1990 record: 10-3, Class 4A-3A state tournament runners-up.Top wrestlers: Seniors, Mike Bousman (112), Pat Flynn (145), Jemal Minatee (152), Brian Paul (160) and Ben Antkowiak (Hvy); juniors, Ira Robbins (125), Seth Robbins (130), Tom Sfakiyanudis (135) and Chip Cochran (140).Coach's outlook: "We had 50 kids come out for wrestling this year, and that's the most we've ever had. A few of the underclassmen on last year's team are back, and they have gained some maturity, strength and experience.
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By LOURDES SULLIVAN | November 11, 1994
Question: Where does the Lone Ranger take his trash? Answer: To the dump, to the dump, to the dump, dump, dump.This silly riddle has been ringing in my brain for three weeks now. My sister bought a house in need of minor renovations. As I have a station wagon, I've been delegated to take the debris to the dump in Marriotsville. It's a lovely drive out. But every time I leave the house, someone shouts, "Bring back more than you drop off."Some joke. The first time, I returned with a yellow mum someone was about to toss.
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By Lem Satterfield | January 16, 1991
Old Mill swept the last four bouts to break a 21-21 tie and score a 41-21 victory over Anne Arundel County League rival and host Annapolis last night to extend its winning streak to 33."We were worried about the lower-weight matches before tonight," said coach Mike Hampe of the two-time defending Class 3A-4A champion Patriots (7-0, 4-0), who are ranked No. 1 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association. "We talked about pride and we talked about tradition, and I think that's what kept [the streak]
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Staff Writer | March 28, 1993
One week after scoring an impressive overtime victor against Syracuse, Loyola was back on Curley Field yesterday, but this time with a different result, a 13-12 upset loss to Brown.Brown (3-0), ranked 10th in The Baltimore Sun poll, shocked the crowd of 1,621 by jumping to a 7-1 first-quarter lead in the game that was played in a steady drizzle.No. 3 Loyola (2-2) appeared uninspired early, but came on in the fourth quarter to make it close.Loyola scored the last five goals, closing the margin to one on scores by Kevin Beach, Paul Cantabene (twice)
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By Bob Clark | March 31, 1991
Jay McMahon's unassisted goal with 48 seconds remaining capped a stunning Brown comeback and carried the undefeated and No. 8 Bears (5-0) to a 14-13 victory over No. 3 Loyola College at Curley Field yesterday.The loss dropped Loyola to 4-2 on the season and to 0-4 in itsseries with Brown. It was the first regular-season loss at home for the Greyhounds since losing to Towson State in 1987.Loyola had been through a week of distraction after the arrest of reserve goalie Seth Foster on drug charges, but coach Dave Cottle wouldn't use that as an excuse.
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By Lem Satterfield | March 4, 1991
Old Mill and Owings Mills.Not only do the names sound similar, but the teams also performed alike Saturday in winning the state Class 3A-4A and Class 1A-2A titles, respectively.Each had two individual champions and a record-breaking performance. The Patriots, coached by Mike Hampe, scored a state-high 130.5, breaking the 11-year-old record of 113 set by Bowie in 1980. With 125 points, the Guy Pritzker-coached Eagles also surpassed the old mark and set one for Class 1A-2A teams.Old Mill placed seven wrestlers in the top four of their weight classes, and Owings Mills had six. The two teams are in a second-place tie behind Mount St. Joseph in the Maryland State Wrestling Association rankings.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | March 7, 1991
Standing in the Johns Hopkins Athletic Center gymnasium, St. Mary's wrestler Mac MacWilliams shared his mixed feelings after the fifth annual Senior All-Star Wrestling Classic Tuesday.As a gold medal-winning member of the champion Maryland Scholastic Association and Independent Schools squad, the 130-pounder was happy his team won seven gold medals and defeated both the 4A/3A and 2A/1A squads for the firsttime in the history of the event.As a countian, however, MacWilliams was shocked at how rudely themeet had ended the high school careers of several fellow countians who wrestled for the opposing teams.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | December 23, 1990
Not everything improves with age. St. Mary's hadn't wrestled Annapolis since losing, 49-16, in 1984. A half-dozen years later, the result was much the same.The visiting Saints lost Friday, 50-17.Trailing, 17-11, after six bouts, the Saints (2-1) were still in the match -- at least mathematically. But the Panthers (3-0) got four straight pins to put the match out of reach, 41-11, with three bouts left.Ford Baumgardener (140), Chip Cochran (145), Jemal Minatee (152) and Pat Flynn (160) all pinned their St. Mary's opponents.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | March 5, 1991
Selected by sports columnist Pat O'Malley for the week ending March 2. Only players nominated by coaches and the public are selected for the Players of the Week column. Nominations must be phoned to Pat O'Malley's 24-hour Sportsline, 647-2499, absolutely no later than 11 p.m. Sunday for inclusion in Tuesday's paper.Top male athleteBORIS BECKBroadneckBoys basketballThe Bruins' 7-foot- 2 tower put up some big numbers in three games last week in leading Broadneck to the Class 4A Region IV playoffs for a third year in a row.Broadneck lost a 71-69 heart-breaker to archrival Annapolis, but not because Beck didn't play well.
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Staff Writer | March 28, 1993
One week after scoring an impressive overtime victor against Syracuse, Loyola was back on Curley Field yesterday, but this time with a different result, a 13-12 upset loss to Brown.Brown (3-0), ranked 10th in The Baltimore Sun poll, shocked the crowd of 1,621 by jumping to a 7-1 first-quarter lead in the game that was played in a steady drizzle.No. 3 Loyola (2-2) appeared uninspired early, but came on in the fourth quarter to make it close.Loyola scored the last five goals, closing the margin to one on scores by Kevin Beach, Paul Cantabene (twice)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | May 3, 1991
Pudgy and plump as a sophomore midfielder last year, Annapolis attackman Dan Flynn had no idea that he'd mature into the county public schools' most prolific lacrosse scorer a year later.But with 30 goals and 10 assists, that's exactly what he is."Last year he was a little dumpy," admitted third-year Annapolis coach Dan Hart. "He came to practice an out-of-shape 15-year-old."Flynn had only eight goals and five assists last year."I weighed190 pounds as a sophomore playing defensive end and linebacker during football season, but I worked hard over the summer to get the weight off," Flynn said.
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By Bob Clark | March 31, 1991
Jay McMahon's unassisted goal with 48 seconds remaining capped a stunning Brown comeback and carried the undefeated and No. 8 Bears (5-0) to a 14-13 victory over No. 3 Loyola College at Curley Field yesterday.The loss dropped Loyola to 4-2 on the season and to 0-4 in itsseries with Brown. It was the first regular-season loss at home for the Greyhounds since losing to Towson State in 1987.Loyola had been through a week of distraction after the arrest of reserve goalie Seth Foster on drug charges, but coach Dave Cottle wouldn't use that as an excuse.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | March 7, 1991
Standing in the Johns Hopkins Athletic Center gymnasium, St. Mary's wrestler Mac MacWilliams shared his mixed feelings after the fifth annual Senior All-Star Wrestling Classic Tuesday.As a gold medal-winning member of the champion Maryland Scholastic Association and Independent Schools squad, the 130-pounder was happy his team won seven gold medals and defeated both the 4A/3A and 2A/1A squads for the firsttime in the history of the event.As a countian, however, MacWilliams was shocked at how rudely themeet had ended the high school careers of several fellow countians who wrestled for the opposing teams.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | March 5, 1991
Selected by sports columnist Pat O'Malley for the week ending March 2. Only players nominated by coaches and the public are selected for the Players of the Week column. Nominations must be phoned to Pat O'Malley's 24-hour Sportsline, 647-2499, absolutely no later than 11 p.m. Sunday for inclusion in Tuesday's paper.Top male athleteBORIS BECKBroadneckBoys basketballThe Bruins' 7-foot- 2 tower put up some big numbers in three games last week in leading Broadneck to the Class 4A Region IV playoffs for a third year in a row.Broadneck lost a 71-69 heart-breaker to archrival Annapolis, but not because Beck didn't play well.
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By Lem Satterfield | March 4, 1991
Old Mill and Owings Mills.Not only do the names sound similar, but the teams also performed alike Saturday in winning the state Class 3A-4A and Class 1A-2A titles, respectively.Each had two individual champions and a record-breaking performance. The Patriots, coached by Mike Hampe, scored a state-high 130.5, breaking the 11-year-old record of 113 set by Bowie in 1980. With 125 points, the Guy Pritzker-coached Eagles also surpassed the old mark and set one for Class 1A-2A teams.Old Mill placed seven wrestlers in the top four of their weight classes, and Owings Mills had six. The two teams are in a second-place tie behind Mount St. Joseph in the Maryland State Wrestling Association rankings.
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By Lem Satterfield | January 16, 1991
Old Mill swept the last four bouts to break a 21-21 tie and score a 41-21 victory over Anne Arundel County League rival and host Annapolis last night to extend its winning streak to 33."We were worried about the lower-weight matches before tonight," said coach Mike Hampe of the two-time defending Class 3A-4A champion Patriots (7-0, 4-0), who are ranked No. 1 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association. "We talked about pride and we talked about tradition, and I think that's what kept [the streak]
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 28, 1990
Who is going to be the landlord of county wrestling's 145-pound division?Most coaches give the edge to Annapolis' Pat Flynn -- the Maryland State Wrestling Association's top-ranked 145-pounder -- and say the other guys are just paying rent.Even Flynn, however, finds that debatable. He said that Meade's Luther Scott, South River's Brian Hunt, Old Mill's John Bliss and Southern's Jason Braithwait (currently wrestling at 152) have to be considered."Maybe me or Brian has an edge. But Bliss, Braithwait and Scott all did great last year, so maybe there is no edge," said Flynn, a county and regional champion and a state tournament runner-up at 135 pounds last year.
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By LOURDES SULLIVAN | November 11, 1994
Question: Where does the Lone Ranger take his trash? Answer: To the dump, to the dump, to the dump, dump, dump.This silly riddle has been ringing in my brain for three weeks now. My sister bought a house in need of minor renovations. As I have a station wagon, I've been delegated to take the debris to the dump in Marriotsville. It's a lovely drive out. But every time I leave the house, someone shouts, "Bring back more than you drop off."Some joke. The first time, I returned with a yellow mum someone was about to toss.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 14, 1991
Finally.After eight years of trying, the Annapolis Panthers wrestling team grabbed the Arundel Invitational Tournament title. But Coach Dave Gehrdes had to juggle his lineup to do it."We were trying to get the strongest team possible for this tournament and I had everyone bumped up a weight class from 140 on up," said Gehrdes, whose Panthers are unbeaten in dual-meet matches at 6-0."This is one of the best fields we've wrestled in for a small tournament like this," Gehrdes added. "Our 103-pounder (Mike Zambernardi)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 28, 1990
Who is going to be the landlord of county wrestling's 145-pound division?Most coaches give the edge to Annapolis' Pat Flynn -- the Maryland State Wrestling Association's top-ranked 145-pounder -- and say the other guys are just paying rent.Even Flynn, however, finds that debatable. He said that Meade's Luther Scott, South River's Brian Hunt, Old Mill's John Bliss and Southern's Jason Braithwait (currently wrestling at 152) have to be considered."Maybe me or Brian has an edge. But Bliss, Braithwait and Scott all did great last year, so maybe there is no edge," said Flynn, a county and regional champion and a state tournament runner-up at 135 pounds last year.
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