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  • 2013 Howard County wrestling rankings, third edition

    2013 Howard County wrestling rankings, third edition
    The rankings were much easier to compile this week, owing to the fact that all of the groundwork had been laid for last week's first edition. But that's not to say that there isn't anything new to see here. Tuesday's slate of dual meets had a handful of upsets that affected the rankings, and several wrestlers find new weight classes in this edition. Some of the most noteworthy results since last week's rankings include Mt. Hebron's Josh Kendrick (previously No. 4 at 106) over Reservoir's Tyler Ponton (prev. No. 3), Mt. Hebron's previously unranked Steven Sung (126) over Reservoir's Joe Quattrone (prev. No. 3), Hammond's Anthony Solis (previously No. 6 at 138) over Wilde Lake's Tyler Anderson (prev. No. 5) and, in a battle of top-ranked 182-pounders, Oakland Mills' Robby Happy (previously No. 2) over Howard's Jared Rodriguez (prev. No. 1).
  • Marriotts Ridge wrestling defeats Howard, 39-28

    Howard built a 25-12 lead against visiting Marriotts Ridge Thursday night, but it wasn't enough to keep the Mustangs at bay.  Marriotts Ridge won five of the last six matches — including wins by Lyle Fugate (170), Cody Bannar (182, pin), Scott...

    Wrestling preview: Kraisser, Farace take aim on fourth state titles

    Wrestling preview: Kraisser, Farace take aim on fourth state titles
    The 2011-2012 wrestling season is shaping up to be a year of firsts for Howard County. Not only will wrestlers be forced to get used to 10 new weight classes, the most drastic change to weight classifications since 1989 when the 103-pound class was...

    Wrestling: Tournament action brings mixed results for local teams

    Howard County wrestlers traveled throughout the state and as far north as Ohio last weekend looking for a challenge, and they found it. Read on for a rundown of several tournaments involving local teams on Dec. 10 and 11. Walsh Ironman Since there is no...

    Wrestling: Powers emerge after first round of tri-meets

    In wrestling, it takes a precarious balance of individual talent and team depth to succeed as a dual meet team. Not only does a coach need a wrestler at all 14 weight classes, but they need 14 wrestlers of all different shapes and sizes who can win more...