Glenelg was the big winner in the wrestling tri-meet at Reservoir on Tuesday night, as the No. 15 Gladiators (5-0) beat No.8 Reservoir (3-2), 38-24, and Atholton, 69-6.
"We knew Reservoir would be very good," Glenelg coach Chris Rosas said. "But we had guys step up."
Reservoir took an early lead with Troy Kilcarr (113) and Mason Kilcarr (132) winning with pins and their brother, Trent Kilcarr, taking an 8-2 decision. But Glenelg fought back; among those stepping up were Austin Pagnotta with a pin (1:17) at 152, Max Baxter with an 8-4 decision at 182, and Tim Null, who capped the night with a 14-2 decision at 106.
In the other match of the night, Reservoir beat Atholton, 54-12.
"We're still pretty young," Reservoir coach Andy McIntyre said. "We've only got two seniors. I think we matched them in skill and conditioning, but not mentally at the end of individual matches. But the kids are developing and putting in the time, and we'll see Glenelg again at Mount Mat Madness and at counties."
No. 3 River Hill wins two: The Hawks (5-0) beat Hammond, 66-12, and Mount Hebron, 51-21. River Hill wrestlers who picked up two wins by pin included: Michael Beck (106), Patrick Linden (126), Lee Carter (132), Sebastian Ames (170/180), Cory Daniel (195) and Logan Kirby (220).
No. 10 Owings Mills 74, New Town 0: The Eagles (8-3) shut out the host Titans. Isaiah Mack (120) earned an 8-6 decision over Darrell Watson.
No. 13 Wilde Lake 67, Centennial 12: The Wildecats (7-2) won the first four matches by forfeit and collected three pins.
No. 3 Dunbar 63, Southside Academy 50: The host Jaguars made a late run and pulled to within nine points but no closer. The Poets (4-1) were led by a trio of double-digit scorers: Daxter Miles (16), John Carroll transfer Kamau Stokes (14) and Anthony Brown (11).
No. 11 Lake Clifton 47, Knowledge And Success Academy 25: Cortell Henson scored a game-high 25 points and added 18 rebounds to lead the visiting Lakers (3-1) past the Eagles.
No. 14 Forest Park 81, Douglass 67: Rysheed Corbin scored a game-high 35 points to power the visiting Foresters (7-0) past the Ducks.
No. 15 St. Mary's 38, Bryn Mawr 27: Despite some sloppy play, the visiting Saints (9-1) rolled past the Mawrtians.
St. Mary's took a 17-6 lead at the half but was troubled by missed layups. Jen Brousard led St. Mary's with 13 points. The Saints next face Colleton County (S.C.) in Friday's opening round of the Seahawk Holiday Classic at Hilton Head, S.C.
Calvert Hall 57, Mount Carmel 44: Drew Edwards scored a game-high 14 points to lead the visiting Cardinals (6-4) past the Cougars (3-5).
Calvert Hall led 26-23 at the break.
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.