2017-18 All-Metro wrestling first and second teams

Tim Schwartz
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First team

106 pounds: Cooper Flynn

McDonogh, freshman

» Won Ray Oliver and Maryland Independent Schools state tournaments

» Placed second at MIAA and National Preps and fourth at Beast of the East tournaments

» Went 32-8 with 22 pins

» Ranked No. 1 in the official Maryland high school rankings

113: Kurt McHenry

St. Paul’s, junior

» Won Beast of the East, MIAA and MIS tournaments for second straight season and placed second at National Preps tournament to finish 21-1

» Two-time United World Wrestling freestyle cadet national champion

» Ranked No. 1 in official Maryland high school rankings and No. 2 in the country by Flowrestling

» One of the top recruits in the country, he is considering Penn State, Cornell, North Carolina, Stanford and Michigan

120: Phil Smith

Owings Mills, sophomore

» Won Baltimore County, 2A-1A North Region and 2A-1A state championships

» Captured first state title with two pins, a technical fall and a major decision at the state tournament

» Placed third at 4A-3A state tournament last season competing for Franklin

» Finished 45-0 this season and owns a career record of 88-1

126: Ryan Wagener

Eastern Tech, junior

» Won Knightmare Invitational, Loch Raven Duals, Baltimore County, 2A-1A North Region tournaments and was runner-up at 2A-1A state championships

» Finished season 42-2 and is ranked No. 3 in official Maryland high school rankings

» First Eastern Tech wrestler to earn All-Metro first-team honor since Trent Dixon in 2002

» Has career record of 108-10

132: Connor Strong

Mount Saint Joseph, sophomore

» Won War on the Shore and MIS tournaments

» Placed second at Mount Mat Madness and MIAA tournaments

» Finished 38-10 with 22 pins and No. 2 ranking in official Maryland high school rankings

» Owns career record of 53-13

138: Imran Heard

St. Paul’s, senior

» Won MIAA and MIS tournaments for second straight season

» Placed fourth at National Preps tournament

» Ranked No. 1 in official Maryland high school rankings after going 40-6 this season

» Finishes high school career 214-24 and will wrestle at Loch Raven

145: Ryan Garretson

Archbishop Spalding, senior

» Won MIAA and MIS tournaments

» Placed third at Mount Mat Madness

» Ranked No. 3 in official Maryland high school rankings

» Went 48-7 this season and finished career 173-48

152: Garrett Fisk

Archbishop Spalding, junior

» Won MIAA tournament

» Placed third at MIS and fourth at National Preps and Mount Mat Madness tournaments

» Ranked No. 1 in official Maryland high school rankings

» Finished season 46-9 and is 111-41 in his career

160: Dominic Solis

McDonogh, sophomore

» Won MIAA and MIS tournaments

» Placed sixth at Ray Oliver Tournament

» Went 32-5 with 12 pins and owns career record of 72-17

» Ranked No. 2 in official Maryland high school rankings

170: Justin Henry

Mount Saint Joseph, junior

» Won Mount Mat Madness, War on the Shore, MIAA and MIS tournaments and placed eighth at National Preps

» Placed second at MIAA and MIS tournaments last season

» Ranked No. 1 in official Maryland high school rankings

» Finished season with 28-3 record with 11 falls and has a career record of 109-26

182: Jack Parr

St. Paul’s, junior

» Won MIAA and MIS tournaments

» Placed third at National Preps and fifth at Beast of the East and Powerade tournaments

» NHSCA sophomore national champion and junior runner-up is ranked No. 20 in the country by InterMat

» Finished season with 40-5 record and owns a career record of 115-25

195: Austin Stith

Mount Saint Joseph, senior

» Won War on the Shore, MIAA and MIS tournaments

» Placed second at Mount Mat Madness, third at National Preps and seventh at Beast of the East tournament

» Went 40-6 with 30 pins

» Caps career with 155-37 record

220: Wyatt Graham

C. Milton Wright, senior

» Won Knightmare Invitational, Severna Park Scuffle, UCBAC, 4A-3A North Region and 4A-3A state tournaments

» School record holder for wins with 157 and second all-time in UCBAC

» Finished 44-0 and wasn’t taken down all season

» Considering Maryland, Washington and Lee and Gettysburg

285: Jorden Pryor

Dunbar, junior

» Won War on the Shore, Baltimore City, 2A-1A North Region and 2A-1A state championships

» First two-time state champion from Baltimore City and is a two-time NHSCA All-American

» Finished season 33-0, ranked No. 1 in official Maryland high school rankings and has career record of 112-5

» Considering Maryland, North Carolina State and Iowa State

Second team

106: Will Guida, sophomore, St. Paul’s

113: Chris Barnabae, sophomore, Mount Saint Joseph

120: P.J. Truntich, junior, Archbishop Spalding

126: Kyle Farace, senior, Oakland Mills

132: Ray Kable, junior, McDonogh

138: Seth Fillers, junior, Mount Saint Joseph

145: Harrison Trahan, freshman, McDonogh

152: Josh Laubach, senior, Archbishop Curley

152: Alex LaVeck, junior, McDonogh

160: Jimmy Kells, junior, Hereford

170: Garrett Kappes, sophomore, McDonogh

182: David Schultz, senior, Mount Saint Joseph

195: Ike Kalu, junior, Western Tech

220: Parker Robinson, senior, McDonogh

285: PJ Mustipher, senior, McDonogh

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