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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | February 14, 2007
Carrie Mack describes her great-grandson, Owings Mills standout wrestler Tony Mack, as "an obedient, trustworthy child." He "is a child of few words," she said, "but you see what he represents in his actions." Her husband, Earl Mack, chooses less-flowery language. "My wife, she's soft on Tony. She'll say, `You did all right,' but I'll say, `No you didn't -- you didn't win.' I know my child. I know what he's capable of. I've watched Tony wrestle, make mistakes, and I get on him about it."
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By GLENN GRAHAM | March 7, 2008
When -- Today and tomorrow Where -- Cole Field House, College Park Schedule -- Today, 2:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., preliminaries; 6:30-8:30 p.m., quarterfinals; 8:30 p.m.-10:15 p.m., consolation preliminaries. Tomorrow, 9:30 a.m.-11 a.m., consolation first round; 11 a.m.-1:15 p.m., championship semifinals, consolation quarterfinals; 1:15 p.m.-3 p.m., consolation semifinals; 3 p.m.-5:30 p.m., consolation finals; 5:30 p.m., championship finals. Tickets -- $25 for all-session two-day pass; $15 for all-session one-day pass; $8 for entry after 8:30 p.m. today and after 5 p.m. tomorrow.
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By STEFEN LOVELACE AND KATHERINE DUNN | December 19, 2007
Tony Mack of Owings Mills notched his 100th career wrestling victory in an emphatic fashion this month. The 160-pound senior pinned his Franklin opponent in 1 minute, 12 seconds. "Tony's wrestled for me since he was 4 years old, when I had him in the rec program," Eagles coach Guy Pritzker said. "He's probably the toughest kid you'll ever see and also the nicest kid. He's been like a grizzly bear for us this year. "I'd say he's a role model for everybody. I've never heard Tony complain in 13 years of coaching him, and I'm serious about that.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun reporter | February 17, 2008
With Owings Mills holding on to a one-point lead in the second-to-last bout against Glenelg in last night's Class 2A-1A state dual tournament, 189-pound wrestler Trent Carr provided an exclamation point for a day that was as much improbable as it was impressive for the No. 9 Eagles. Carr's pin over Gary Keister clinched Owings Mills' fourth state dual-meet crown in a 35-34 upset of the No. 3 Gladiators. After knocking off defending state champ Rising Sun in the semifinals earlier in the afternoon, the Eagles got standout efforts across the board to get past Glenelg.
NEWS
January 11, 2006
9 Seconds for McDonogh 152-pounder Bryn Holmes to pin his Orlando, Fla., rival in the Dec. 28 KSA Duals. 10 Falls among 13 individual wins for Owings Mills' wrestling team in Thursday's 76-6 rout of Baltimore County rival Overlea. Pinning for the Eagles, who lost one match, were Kevin Dufour (103), Cody Rosenstone (112), Andrew Gothelf (125), Tony Mack (130), Mitch Barker (135), Nick Corasaniti (140), Gary Saval (145), Ben McCree (160), Matt Lorden (189) and Kyle Burke (275). Paul Stoyanovsky (171)
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By GLENN GRAHAM | March 7, 2008
When -- Today and tomorrow Where -- Cole Field House, College Park Schedule -- Today, 2:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., preliminaries; 6:30-8:30 p.m., quarterfinals; 8:30 p.m.-10:15 p.m., consolation preliminaries. Tomorrow, 9:30 a.m.-11 a.m., consolation first round; 11 a.m.-1:15 p.m., championship semifinals, consolation quarterfinals; 1:15 p.m.-3 p.m., consolation semifinals; 3 p.m.-5:30 p.m., consolation finals; 5:30 p.m., championship finals. Tickets -- $25 for all-session two-day pass; $15 for all-session one-day pass; $8 for entry after 8:30 p.m. today and after 5 p.m. tomorrow.
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By RICH SCHERR and RICH SCHERR,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 18, 2006
There are few other boys basketball teams in the metro area that have faced as tough a challenge this season as Bowling Brook. Consider that the western Carroll school, which provides a second chance to at-risk youth from around the area, must begin each season with a completely new roster, since students seldom attend for more than a year. Now, consider that the Thoroughbreds' early-season schedule has included games against top-10 powers such as Mount St. Joseph, McDonogh and Old Mill, as well as Westminster and Century, two of Carroll County's best.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporters | January 17, 2007
Losing twice at last week's Basketball Academy taught City's girls basketball team as much about how far it has come as how far it has to go. A year ago, the Knights struggled through a 10-12 season, including an 81-18 loss to Western in the Baltimore City championship. That was quite a drop-off from the 22-3 team two years ago that won the city title and reached the Class 2A state title game. This team is off to an 8-4 start, thanks to an influx of young players, including multitalented freshman guard LaShay Taft and sophomore point guard Breaira Barksdale, a transfer from Eastern Tech.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | March 4, 2007
COLLEGE PARK -- Hereford junior Josh Asper has a healthy respect for history -- with an emphasis on "healthy." Last night at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House, the 160-pounder became his school's first three-time 2A-1A state champ with a 6-2 victory over last year's 152-pound champ, Southern of Garrett County's Justin Ratliff (15-2). The win leaves Asper (39-0) on pace to join Aberdeen's Matt Slutzky (1992) and Owings Mills' Steve Kessler (1997) as Maryland's third four-time champ.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun reporter | February 17, 2008
With Owings Mills holding on to a one-point lead in the second-to-last bout against Glenelg in last night's Class 2A-1A state dual tournament, 189-pound wrestler Trent Carr provided an exclamation point for a day that was as much improbable as it was impressive for the No. 9 Eagles. Carr's pin over Gary Keister clinched Owings Mills' fourth state dual-meet crown in a 35-34 upset of the No. 3 Gladiators. After knocking off defending state champ Rising Sun in the semifinals earlier in the afternoon, the Eagles got standout efforts across the board to get past Glenelg.
NEWS
By STEFEN LOVELACE AND KATHERINE DUNN | December 19, 2007
Tony Mack of Owings Mills notched his 100th career wrestling victory in an emphatic fashion this month. The 160-pound senior pinned his Franklin opponent in 1 minute, 12 seconds. "Tony's wrestled for me since he was 4 years old, when I had him in the rec program," Eagles coach Guy Pritzker said. "He's probably the toughest kid you'll ever see and also the nicest kid. He's been like a grizzly bear for us this year. "I'd say he's a role model for everybody. I've never heard Tony complain in 13 years of coaching him, and I'm serious about that.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | March 4, 2007
COLLEGE PARK -- Hereford junior Josh Asper has a healthy respect for history -- with an emphasis on "healthy." Last night at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House, the 160-pounder became his school's first three-time 2A-1A state champ with a 6-2 victory over last year's 152-pound champ, Southern of Garrett County's Justin Ratliff (15-2). The win leaves Asper (39-0) on pace to join Aberdeen's Matt Slutzky (1992) and Owings Mills' Steve Kessler (1997) as Maryland's third four-time champ.
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By From staff reports | February 18, 2007
Dulaney's Matt Jacobs (145) won a battle of defending Baltimore County champs, 5-4, yesterday at Parkville over Class 2A-1A state runner-up Tony Mack (28-1) of Owings Mills on a reversal with 13 seconds left. It was the 140th career win for Jacobs (34-1), who is favored to win this year's 4A-3A state crown. Mack is favored in 2A-1A. "It's the kind of competition I need at this point," said Jacobs, a third-place finisher at last year's 4A-3A state meet, whose teammate, Jack Leary (135), also won. "I think he's the best guy I'll face."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | February 14, 2007
Carrie Mack describes her great-grandson, Owings Mills standout wrestler Tony Mack, as "an obedient, trustworthy child." He "is a child of few words," she said, "but you see what he represents in his actions." Her husband, Earl Mack, chooses less-flowery language. "My wife, she's soft on Tony. She'll say, `You did all right,' but I'll say, `No you didn't -- you didn't win.' I know my child. I know what he's capable of. I've watched Tony wrestle, make mistakes, and I get on him about it."
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporters | January 17, 2007
Losing twice at last week's Basketball Academy taught City's girls basketball team as much about how far it has come as how far it has to go. A year ago, the Knights struggled through a 10-12 season, including an 81-18 loss to Western in the Baltimore City championship. That was quite a drop-off from the 22-3 team two years ago that won the city title and reached the Class 2A state title game. This team is off to an 8-4 start, thanks to an influx of young players, including multitalented freshman guard LaShay Taft and sophomore point guard Breaira Barksdale, a transfer from Eastern Tech.
SPORTS
By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | February 19, 2006
After pinning two earlier opponents, state champion Josh Asper (145) shut out Lansdowne's Jerry Lipscomb, 5-0, and fifth-seeded Ray Willette (171) pinned all four of his opponents, including a 57-second championship fall over Woodlawn's Tyler Kendall, as Hereford won its first Baltimore County title since 1970 yesterday. Jeremy Keil (112) and Bobby Fouts (152) finished second in their divisions; David Fouts (125), Steve Keil (130), Andy McClean (135) and Anthony Schabdach (215) were third, and Eric Keil (160)
NEWS
By From staff reports | February 18, 2007
Dulaney's Matt Jacobs (145) won a battle of defending Baltimore County champs, 5-4, yesterday at Parkville over Class 2A-1A state runner-up Tony Mack (28-1) of Owings Mills on a reversal with 13 seconds left. It was the 140th career win for Jacobs (34-1), who is favored to win this year's 4A-3A state crown. Mack is favored in 2A-1A. "It's the kind of competition I need at this point," said Jacobs, a third-place finisher at last year's 4A-3A state meet, whose teammate, Jack Leary (135), also won. "I think he's the best guy I'll face."
SPORTS
By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | February 19, 2006
After pinning two earlier opponents, state champion Josh Asper (145) shut out Lansdowne's Jerry Lipscomb, 5-0, and fifth-seeded Ray Willette (171) pinned all four of his opponents, including a 57-second championship fall over Woodlawn's Tyler Kendall, as Hereford won its first Baltimore County title since 1970 yesterday. Jeremy Keil (112) and Bobby Fouts (152) finished second in their divisions; David Fouts (125), Steve Keil (130), Andy McClean (135) and Anthony Schabdach (215) were third, and Eric Keil (160)
NEWS
By RICH SCHERR and RICH SCHERR,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 18, 2006
There are few other boys basketball teams in the metro area that have faced as tough a challenge this season as Bowling Brook. Consider that the western Carroll school, which provides a second chance to at-risk youth from around the area, must begin each season with a completely new roster, since students seldom attend for more than a year. Now, consider that the Thoroughbreds' early-season schedule has included games against top-10 powers such as Mount St. Joseph, McDonogh and Old Mill, as well as Westminster and Century, two of Carroll County's best.
NEWS
January 11, 2006
9 Seconds for McDonogh 152-pounder Bryn Holmes to pin his Orlando, Fla., rival in the Dec. 28 KSA Duals. 10 Falls among 13 individual wins for Owings Mills' wrestling team in Thursday's 76-6 rout of Baltimore County rival Overlea. Pinning for the Eagles, who lost one match, were Kevin Dufour (103), Cody Rosenstone (112), Andrew Gothelf (125), Tony Mack (130), Mitch Barker (135), Nick Corasaniti (140), Gary Saval (145), Ben McCree (160), Matt Lorden (189) and Kyle Burke (275). Paul Stoyanovsky (171)
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