Mt. Hebron coach Dan Harman knows that nobody cares who was missing in the lineup when his team lost to River Hill, 37-27, at the Iron Eagle Duals on Dec. 28. A loss is a loss, no matter what. No excuses.
So when the Vikings squared off against the Hawks on Tuesday with a lot more on the line in a big Howard County dual meet, Harman stressed to his team that revenge was necessary.
“One-hundred percent we talked about revenging that loss over winter break. That was definitely a big factor coming in,” Harman said. “It’s about wrestling to our ability. We knew that that loss was not the team we put out there [on Tuesday].”
River Hill, which had won eight of its last 10...