At 138, Mike Zito pinned Alexis LaBelle in :27 and at 152, Spencer Hellman pinned George Moore in 1:05. The Mustangs other two pins came at 182, Doug Their over David Coates in 1:48, and at 220, with Mason Herzing pinning Adonis McCoy in :57.
Pinning for Edgewood were Ariq Nixon at 126, over Jade Raccioppi in 2:27, and Jarvin Estrada at 160, pinning Ned Cassilly in 1:49.
The John Carroll wrestling team has a very busy schedule since Jan. 24.
In its most recent action last Wednesday, the Patriots hosted Loyola and Rising Sun and beat both, 34-28, and 67-9, respectively.
Against Loyola, the Patriots won eight bouts, starting at 160, with Chris Almony pinning Nick Moreno in :46. Christian Scott won at 182 by 13-1 major decision and Hunter Ritter won 9-4 at 195.
At 220, Andy Reininger needed overtime to beat Austin Hurdle, 3-1, and CJ Skokowski won 4-0 at 113. Zach Dwyer, 126, and Andy Millner, 132, both recorded pins and Steven Jernigan won a 7-5 decision at 138.
In the win over Rising Sun, match winners were Almony, 170; Scott, 182; Ritter, 195; Reininger, 220; Ricky Denu, 285; Mike McCabe, 106; Skokowski, 113; Austin Smith, 120; Dwyer, 126; Mark Pickett, 132; Brian Chalmers, 138; and Steven Jernigan, 145.
The Patriots also wrestled Jan. 28, at McDonogh, losing 40-29.
Match winners were Austin Ross, 160; Almony, 170; Ritter, 195; McCabe, 106; Smith, 120; and Millner, 132.
On Jan. 25, John Carroll put together a team of 11 wrestlers to compete at the North Dorchester Invitational in Cambridge. John Carroll won the tournament, the Patriots third title this season, on the strength of six finalists and outstanding performances by first year wrestlers. They were David Harrison, third at 106; Erik Ashton, third at 113; Devin Darrington, seventh at 145; and back up varsity wrestlers, Joe Kyburz, third at 126; Scott Miser, third at 132); and Mark Pickett, second at 138.
The Patriots crowned five champions in Ross, 152; Almony, 160; Scott, 182; Ritter, 195; and Reininger, 220.
The Patriots busy week started Jan. 24 with a tri-meet at Boys' Latin that included Maryland's #2 ranked team, Good Counsel.
The Patriots lost 31-27 to Good Counsel and beat Boys' Latin, 55-22.