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By Luke W. Broadwater and Luke W. Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 30, 2000
No. 1-ranked McDonogh showed off its solid middleweights to the rest of the East Coast at the prestigious Capitol Challenge in Herndon, Va. Zak Johns (130), Ryan Davis (135) and Ricky Tippett (140) all took home titles as the Eagles (227.5) rolled to a second-place finish behind Virginia's third-ranked team, Colonial Forge (255.5). Davis downed Tennessee state champ Whit Casey, 11-4, in the final. Johns defeated Virginia regional champ Doug Kittell, who knocked off Virginia state place-winner Alvin Sheppard in the semifinals.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2003
The only thing Louis Ruonavar thought about all week was beating McDonogh's Robbie Willey. "That's all I've talked about. That's all I've had in mind," said the 119-pound Mount St. Joseph sophomore whose 5-2, final-bout win yesterday completed the top-ranked Gaels' 44-20 rout of third-ranked McDonogh. The win in Irvington gave Mount St. Joseph its first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference dual-meet title since a 14-0 season in 1997-98. "We already go hard in practice, but we kicked it up a few notches for this match," said Ruonavar, who was 1-2 against Willey last season but has 21 wins and remained unbeaten in Maryland this winter despite seven losses out of state.
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By Luke Broadwater and Luke Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 16, 2002
With his team down a point going into the last match of the night, Archbishop Curley's top-ranked Mark Frey (119 pounds) knew what he had to do. One minute, 49 seconds later, McDonogh's Dane Ratajski was upside down, flat on his shoulders, pinned in Frey's trademark leg-ride. Frey's victory gave the No. 2 Curley wrestling team a 34-29 victory over host and No. 3 McDonogh. "It felt good to seal the win off," Frey said. "We expected to win coming out, but after the first couple matches, it looked the other way - it looked like we were going to lose, but we turned it around."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2003
Top-ranked Mount St. Joseph advanced seven wrestlers into today's semifinals - getting five pins along the way - to build a 104 1/2 -89 lead over second-place St. Mark's of Delaware entering the second day of the eighth annual Hammond Invitational. Andrew Gold (103 pounds), Bruce Dulski (112), Tim Bohlman (125), Dan Cannaday (140), Brian Propst (145), Mack Lewnes (152) and Sam Lewnes (160) all moved forward for the Gaels in the 20-team tournament. "I think everyone's wrestled great," said Sam Lewnes, who is going for his second straight crown in the event.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2003
Top-ranked Mount St. Joseph advanced seven wrestlers into today's semifinals - getting five pins along the way - to build a 104 1/2 -89 lead over second-place St. Mark's of Delaware entering the second day of the eighth annual Hammond Invitational. Andrew Gold (103 pounds), Bruce Dulski (112), Tim Bohlman (125), Dan Cannaday (140), Brian Propst (145), Mack Lewnes (152) and Sam Lewnes (160) all moved forward for the Gaels in the 20-team tournament. "I think everyone's wrestled great," said Sam Lewnes, who is going for his second straight crown in the event.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2003
The only thing Louis Ruonavar thought about all week was beating McDonogh's Robbie Willey. "That's all I've talked about. That's all I've had in mind," said the 119-pound Mount St. Joseph sophomore whose 5-2, final-bout win yesterday completed the top-ranked Gaels' 44-20 rout of third-ranked McDonogh. The win in Irvington gave Mount St. Joseph its first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference dual-meet title since a 14-0 season in 1997-98. "We already go hard in practice, but we kicked it up a few notches for this match," said Ruonavar, who was 1-2 against Willey last season but has 21 wins and remained unbeaten in Maryland this winter despite seven losses out of state.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 9, 2001
Zak Johns pinned Westminster's Travis Mohlhenrich in 2:35 of their 145-pound title bout to lead host McDonogh to its fourth Ray Oliver Tournament title and become the second Eagles wrestler to win the 29th-year event four times. Second-ranked McDonogh out-pointed No. 8 North Carroll, 235-218. Also winning for the Eagles were Chet Naylor (130), Ricky Tippett (140), Travis Holmes (152) and Geoff Miller (189). Naylor won the title for the third straight year, and Tippett and Miller won for the second straight year.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2000
The series is tied at six games each, and neither area is willing to give quarter to the other as the fourth annual Baltimore-Washington Challenge comes to Lake Clifton High on Saturday, beginning at 1 p.m. The challenge will feature four games between those programs deemed the best from their respective areas the previous winter. The teams split two games during the event's first year, when it was held at Washington's Coolidge, but Baltimore took home the trophy thanks to a coin flip.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 17, 2000
Chris Zuk's 12-4 major decision clinched fourth-ranked McDonogh's 35-18 victory over Archbishop Curley, the sixth-ranked defending champs, and gave the visiting Eagles their first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association dual-meet title yesterday. With the victory, McDonogh (22-1, 13-0) avoided a three-way tie for the title, with the Friars (12-4, 11-2) coming off Tuesday's loss to No. 1 Mount St. Joseph (21-1, 12-1). The match was tied 18-18 after Curley's No. 2-ranked Tom Boettcher (152)
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 13, 2002
Notre Dame Prep junior Zoey Bouchelle, a three-time All-Metro soccer midfielder, was one of only two Marylanders named to the 2002 National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Adidas High School Girls All-America Team. Bouchelle, the Baltimore City/County Player of the Year after leading the Blazers to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference final this fall, ranked among only 13 underclassmen to make the team. She and St. Mary's senior defender Ashly Kennedy, The Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year, were the only two girls selected from Maryland.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2002
Centennial's Dave Nakasone wore the marks of battle after a bout between 152-pound state champions in yesterday's McDonogh Invitational: Swelling over his right eye, welts on the cheek below it. But the senior could accept the injuries. They were the spoils of victory. "It's a contact sport," Nakasone said. "And it's a combat sport." Moments earlier, Nakasone had put the finishing touches on a brutal bout. His takedown broke a 3-3 tie with 18 seconds left. He allowed an escape in the final two seconds, but held on for a 5-4 victory over McDonogh's private schools champ, Travis Holmes (6-1, six pins)
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 13, 2002
Notre Dame Prep junior Zoey Bouchelle, a three-time All-Metro soccer midfielder, was one of only two Marylanders named to the 2002 National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Adidas High School Girls All-America Team. Bouchelle, the Baltimore City/County Player of the Year after leading the Blazers to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference final this fall, ranked among only 13 underclassmen to make the team. She and St. Mary's senior defender Ashly Kennedy, The Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year, were the only two girls selected from Maryland.
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By Luke Broadwater and Luke Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 16, 2002
With his team down a point going into the last match of the night, Archbishop Curley's top-ranked Mark Frey (119 pounds) knew what he had to do. One minute, 49 seconds later, McDonogh's Dane Ratajski was upside down, flat on his shoulders, pinned in Frey's trademark leg-ride. Frey's victory gave the No. 2 Curley wrestling team a 34-29 victory over host and No. 3 McDonogh. "It felt good to seal the win off," Frey said. "We expected to win coming out, but after the first couple matches, it looked the other way - it looked like we were going to lose, but we turned it around."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 9, 2001
Zak Johns pinned Westminster's Travis Mohlhenrich in 2:35 of their 145-pound title bout to lead host McDonogh to its fourth Ray Oliver Tournament title and become the second Eagles wrestler to win the 29th-year event four times. Second-ranked McDonogh out-pointed No. 8 North Carroll, 235-218. Also winning for the Eagles were Chet Naylor (130), Ricky Tippett (140), Travis Holmes (152) and Geoff Miller (189). Naylor won the title for the third straight year, and Tippett and Miller won for the second straight year.
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By Luke W. Broadwater and Luke W. Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 30, 2000
No. 1-ranked McDonogh showed off its solid middleweights to the rest of the East Coast at the prestigious Capitol Challenge in Herndon, Va. Zak Johns (130), Ryan Davis (135) and Ricky Tippett (140) all took home titles as the Eagles (227.5) rolled to a second-place finish behind Virginia's third-ranked team, Colonial Forge (255.5). Davis downed Tennessee state champ Whit Casey, 11-4, in the final. Johns defeated Virginia regional champ Doug Kittell, who knocked off Virginia state place-winner Alvin Sheppard in the semifinals.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2000
The series is tied at six games each, and neither area is willing to give quarter to the other as the fourth annual Baltimore-Washington Challenge comes to Lake Clifton High on Saturday, beginning at 1 p.m. The challenge will feature four games between those programs deemed the best from their respective areas the previous winter. The teams split two games during the event's first year, when it was held at Washington's Coolidge, but Baltimore took home the trophy thanks to a coin flip.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2002
Centennial's Dave Nakasone wore the marks of battle after a bout between 152-pound state champions in yesterday's McDonogh Invitational: Swelling over his right eye, welts on the cheek below it. But the senior could accept the injuries. They were the spoils of victory. "It's a contact sport," Nakasone said. "And it's a combat sport." Moments earlier, Nakasone had put the finishing touches on a brutal bout. His takedown broke a 3-3 tie with 18 seconds left. He allowed an escape in the final two seconds, but held on for a 5-4 victory over McDonogh's private schools champ, Travis Holmes (6-1, six pins)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 17, 2000
Chris Zuk's 12-4 major decision clinched fourth-ranked McDonogh's 35-18 victory over Archbishop Curley, the sixth-ranked defending champs, and gave the visiting Eagles their first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association dual-meet title yesterday. With the victory, McDonogh (22-1, 13-0) avoided a three-way tie for the title, with the Friars (12-4, 11-2) coming off Tuesday's loss to No. 1 Mount St. Joseph (21-1, 12-1). The match was tied 18-18 after Curley's No. 2-ranked Tom Boettcher (152)
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