Aberdeen

Head coach: Kyle Brown (fourth year)

2012-2013 record: N/A

Top returning wrestlers: Adric Turner, Sr., (220); Daniel Velez, Sr., (132)

Key newcomers: N/A

Outlook: "I hope to have a solid season. We have some experience returning and I expect them to really carry the team," Eagles head coach Kyle Brown said.

Bel Air

Head coach: Craig Reddish (21st year)

2012-13 record: 25-4

Top returning wrestlers: John Cross, Sr., (152); Cyler Crawford, Sr,.(220); David Reagan, Jr., (106); Cameron Watts, Jr., (138); Grant Fleming, Sr., (170); Gavin Rupprecht, Sr., (113); Ryan Beveridge, Sr., (132); Brady Stafford, Jr., (126)

Key newcomers: Sam Guo, Sr., (138/145); Tanner Paul, Sr., (145); Pablo Chavarri, Jr., (160); Nick Kutz, Jr., (195); Jack Jenkins, So., (182); Dakota Crawford, So., (285)

Outlook: The 2014 Bobcat wrestling team returns 11 starters from last year's squad. Numbers continue to grow and depth is the key to this year's success, according to Bobcats head coach Craig Reddish, who enters the year just two wins shy of 300 in his career. "We have plenty of senior leadership and the team is coming together well," Reddish said. "The goal is to compete for the divisional and tournament crown, qualify for the regional duals and qualify as many wrestlers to the state tournament as possible.

C. Milton Wright

Head coach: Mike Zacharda (10th year)

2012-13 record: 10-9

Top returning wrestlers: Mike Ritz, Sr., (126); Nick DiMattia, Sr., (132); Mike Zito, Sr., (138); Spencer Hellman, Sr., (145); Doug Thier, Sr., (195); Alan Dorsey, Sr., (285)

Key newcomers: Jake Hellman, Fr., (106); Ed Tomascovis, Jr., (106); Anthony Potter, Fr., (106); Jamison Bishop, Fr., (113); Jade Raccioppi, Sr., (120)

Outlook: "We will be a strong dual meet team and have several wrestlers that will place high in individual tournaments," Mustangs head coach Mike Zacharda said. "I expect to get three, maybe four guys into the state tournament. We have a great core of wrestlers that are highly motivated and very coachable."

Edgewood

Head coach: AJ Ford (fifth year)