Fresh off of a solid weekend of wrestling at the Dundalk Duals, Patterson Mill continued to roll Monday in a tri-meet sweep at C. Milton Wright that included Harford Tech.

The Huskies beat Tech, 54-22, and CMW, 42-32. Tech edged CMW, 38-36, in the other match.

Leading the Huskies with two wins each were Collin McDonald, 113; Brent Iwanowski, 120; Jake Nikkila, 126; Matt Skiles, 160; Josh Holbrook, 170; Joe King, and Eric Eckstein, 220.

Andrew Butler was a double winner for Tech at 152, while CMW double winners were Nick Dimattia, 132; Mike Zito, 138; Spencer Hellman, 145-152; Doug Thier, 182; and Alan Dorsey, 285.

Huskies second at Dundalk

Patterson Mill wrestled to a runner-up spot in the 2014 Dundalk Duals with a 7-1 mark.

The Huskies won seven straight matches, before falling to champion Sparrows Point, 42-27, in the title match.

Patterson Mill's wins came over Patapsco, 52-21; Digital Harbor, 60-24; St. Mary's Ryken, 43-29; Woodlawn, 63-16; Dundalk, 60-21; Carver, 60-18; and Wise, 48-34.

Individually the Huskies had three undefeated champions. Collin McDonald went 8-0 at 113; Joe King went 6-0 at 195; and Eric Eckstein went 8-0 at 220.

Three Huskies placed second. Brent Iwanowski was 7-0 at 120; Jake Nikilla was 7-1 at 132; and Brian Whitby was 7-1 at 285.

Lawrence Swartz took third at 145 with a 6-2 record.

Patriots wrestle well

John Carroll wrestled at the National High School Association's Final 4 Duals at the York Expo Arena Saturday, nearly winning its pool against some tough competition.

The Patriots lost their pool by just two points, falling 34-32 to Wyoming Valley West, Pa. The Patriots also wrestled Dallastown, Pa. in pool action, winning 55-22. The 1-1 record put the Patriots up against other second place pool teams. The Patriots had no trouble, winning all three matches.

In the consolation round matches, John Carroll defeated West York, Pa., 56-24; Neshaminy, Pa., 44-24; and Bishop McDevitt, Pa., 40-27.

Austin Smith, 120, Hunter Ritter, 195, and Chris Almony, 170, were each 5-0. Mike McCabe, 106, and Austin Ross, 160, were both 4-1.

If the Patriots had won their pool, a meeting with the top team in the U.S., New Jersey's Blair Academy, was in order. Blair Academy beat Wyoming Seminary, Pa., 27-24, in the finals.

Battle at the Bridge tourney

Wrestlers from Harford Tech, Edgewood and Havre de Grace participated in Bo Manor's 'Battle at the Bridge' Tournament Friday and Saturday.

Tech had the best place finish among the 21 teams, placing 16th with 81 points. Edgewood was 19th with 59.5 and Havre de Grace, 20th with 50. St. George's Tech was crowned champion with 204 points.