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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 1, 1998
Second-ranked state champ Nick Alley (112) of Southern lost his regional title, 8-4, to Kent's Jacob Kirwan, but South River's Dan Whitcher (140) beat Mardela's district champ, Dennis Krouse, 12-6, to earn his title at last night's Class 1A-2A East Region Tournament.Jason Radcliffe (152, third) and Jerome Hurley (171, fourth) were the only other wrestlers to qualify for Southern, while South River's Brian King (125, fourth) also earned the right to participate in the state tournament next week at Western Maryland.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 1, 1998
Second-ranked state champ Nick Alley (112) of Southern lost his regional title, 8-4, to Kent's Jacob Kirwan, but South River's Dan Whitcher (140) beat Mardela's district champ, Dennis Krouse, 12-6, to earn his title at last night's Class 1A-2A East Region Tournament.Jason Radcliffe (152, third) and Jerome Hurley (171, fourth) were the only other wrestlers to qualify for Southern, while South River's Brian King (125, fourth) also earned the right to participate in the state tournament next week at Western Maryland.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | December 23, 1991
The only thing that hasn't changed about South River wrestler Greg Nida is that he still gets nose-bleeds a few minutes into nearly everymatch."My attitude is totally different from last year," said Nida, shortly after winning Saturday's 119-pound Lackey tournament title, 5-2, over the host school's Paul Gray.Nida was one of two Seahawks who walked away from the Charles County Tournament with top honors. Senior Billy Whitcher captured the 125-pound title."For the past three years, I haven't taken school or wrestling seriously.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 2, 1997
NORTH EAST -- Anne Arundel County was well-represented at the 1A-2A East Region wrestling tournament Saturday at Cecil Community College as eight of 13 competitors earned a ticket to Westminster.Northeast senior Tyrone Eaton (145 pounds), Anthony Brown (152) and Tony Serio (189) all won regional titles to help the team finish in fifth place with 90 points.Rising Sun captured the team title with 170.5 points and runner-up North East collected 142.5 points. Kent was third with 98.5, followed by Mardela (96.5)
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By Molly Dunham Glassman and Molly Dunham Glassman,Staff Writer | August 6, 1993
Authors of children's books can struggle for years to get published -- many never get past the rejection-slip stage. Susan Whitcher had her first book accepted by the first publisher she contacted."
NEWS
December 12, 1990
Head coach: Charles "Chilly" Orme (sixth season).1989-1990 record: 10-3, county 3A-2A League champions.Top wrestlers: Seniors, Bill Whitcher (112), Brian Hunt (145), Jim Chomas (152), Steve Cleary (152) and Brian Anderson (189); juniors, Greg Nida (119), Andy McMahon (160) and Harold Love (171).Coach's outlook: "Coming into this season, I was thinking we could be pretty doggone tough. This could still be a good season for us, but we've had some problems with injuries and grades. Those things could hurt us (tonight)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 2, 1997
NORTH EAST -- Anne Arundel County was well-represented at the 1A-2A East Region wrestling tournament Saturday at Cecil Community College as eight of 13 competitors earned a ticket to Westminster.Northeast senior Tyrone Eaton (145 pounds), Anthony Brown (152) and Tony Serio (189) all won regional titles to help the team finish in fifth place with 90 points.Rising Sun captured the team title with 170.5 points and runner-up North East collected 142.5 points. Kent was third with 98.5, followed by Mardela (96.5)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 20, 1992
Judy Burley likes to tell the story about how her son, Robert, 17, used to sing to his unborn little sister, Shimiecha Johnson, during Judy's pregnancy."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 21, 1991
Harold Love wasn't going to let another opportunity slip by.Whenthe 171-pound South River wrestler scored a second-period reversal and put Howard's Dominique Pierre-Toussaint on his back for the second time Saturday, he pinned him.Love was wrestling Pierre-Toussaint for the championship in the Southern Invitational tournament."
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February 18, 1991
The county tournament offered some interesting grudge matches as well as one milestone and a surprise victor. Here is a bout-by-bout sketch of the championship finals.103 -- Lundstrom-Bennett: Broadneck's fifth-ranked sophomore Charlie Bennett (26-2) had hammered Old Mill junior Steve Lundstrom, 10-0, in their regular-season bout.Lundstrom (24-3) trailed, 2-1, with 15 seconds left in the first period when his five-point takedown gave him an insurmountable 6-2 lead en route to an 8-2 victory.
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By Molly Dunham Glassman and Molly Dunham Glassman,Staff Writer | August 6, 1993
Authors of children's books can struggle for years to get published -- many never get past the rejection-slip stage. Susan Whitcher had her first book accepted by the first publisher she contacted."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | March 9, 1992
Old Mill's Marc Procaccini is probably the last person who thought he'd be the only individual titlist on Maryland's first four-time Class 4A-3A state champion wrestling team.And Procaccini, a junior who transferred from Baltimore's Gilman School, still couldn't believe it as he stood on the victory podium with camera lights flashing in his eyes. Even while cradling in his victory plaque in his lap later, he had trouble absorbing the fact that he earned the title of the state's best Class 4A-3A level 160-pound wrestler.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 20, 1992
Judy Burley likes to tell the story about how her son, Robert, 17, used to sing to his unborn little sister, Shimiecha Johnson, during Judy's pregnancy."
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By Lem Satterfield | January 20, 1992
No. 8 Hammond led No. 10 South River by 15 1/2 points heading into the championship round of Saturday's 15-team invitational wrestling tournament at Anne Arundel County's Southern High.But the Seahawks, who surpassed second-place Chopticon (159.5) of St. Mary's County, rallied for a 170-170 tie and won the meet because they had a 4-1 advantage on Hammond in individual titlists.The Seahawks (6-1 in dual meets) had five finalists to three for the Bears (6-1) and won the crown for the third time in the fifth annual tournament.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | December 23, 1991
The only thing that hasn't changed about South River wrestler Greg Nida is that he still gets nose-bleeds a few minutes into nearly everymatch."My attitude is totally different from last year," said Nida, shortly after winning Saturday's 119-pound Lackey tournament title, 5-2, over the host school's Paul Gray.Nida was one of two Seahawks who walked away from the Charles County Tournament with top honors. Senior Billy Whitcher captured the 125-pound title."For the past three years, I haven't taken school or wrestling seriously.
NEWS
February 18, 1991
The county tournament offered some interesting grudge matches as well as one milestone and a surprise victor. Here is a bout-by-bout sketch of the championship finals.103 -- Lundstrom-Bennett: Broadneck's fifth-ranked sophomore Charlie Bennett (26-2) had hammered Old Mill junior Steve Lundstrom, 10-0, in their regular-season bout.Lundstrom (24-3) trailed, 2-1, with 15 seconds left in the first period when his five-point takedown gave him an insurmountable 6-2 lead en route to an 8-2 victory.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | March 9, 1992
Old Mill's Marc Procaccini is probably the last person who thought he'd be the only individual titlist on Maryland's first four-time Class 4A-3A state champion wrestling team.And Procaccini, a junior who transferred from Baltimore's Gilman School, still couldn't believe it as he stood on the victory podium with camera lights flashing in his eyes. Even while cradling in his victory plaque in his lap later, he had trouble absorbing the fact that he earned the title of the state's best Class 4A-3A level 160-pound wrestler.
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By Lem Satterfield | January 20, 1992
No. 8 Hammond led No. 10 South River by 15 1/2 points heading into the championship round of Saturday's 15-team invitational wrestling tournament at Anne Arundel County's Southern High.But the Seahawks, who surpassed second-place Chopticon (159.5) of St. Mary's County, rallied for a 170-170 tie and won the meet because they had a 4-1 advantage on Hammond in individual titlists.The Seahawks (6-1 in dual meets) had five finalists to three for the Bears (6-1) and won the crown for the third time in the fifth annual tournament.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 21, 1991
Harold Love wasn't going to let another opportunity slip by.Whenthe 171-pound South River wrestler scored a second-period reversal and put Howard's Dominique Pierre-Toussaint on his back for the second time Saturday, he pinned him.Love was wrestling Pierre-Toussaint for the championship in the Southern Invitational tournament."
NEWS
December 12, 1990
Head coach: Charles "Chilly" Orme (sixth season).1989-1990 record: 10-3, county 3A-2A League champions.Top wrestlers: Seniors, Bill Whitcher (112), Brian Hunt (145), Jim Chomas (152), Steve Cleary (152) and Brian Anderson (189); juniors, Greg Nida (119), Andy McMahon (160) and Harold Love (171).Coach's outlook: "Coming into this season, I was thinking we could be pretty doggone tough. This could still be a good season for us, but we've had some problems with injuries and grades. Those things could hurt us (tonight)
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