Savannah Brooks had 14 points to lead Springdale (3-6), which used an aggressive style on defense to fluster Linden Hall early on. The visitors re-grouped, however, and fed their frontcourt players in the second half.
WM reeled off seven consecutive wins to take command of the match. Zach Kirby, Hunter Merson, Luke Chmar, Cayden Beard, Sebastian Springfield, and Brady Forte each won with pins, and Winters Mill led 41-9 with four bouts remaining.
McDaniel (3-6, 0-5 Centennial) held the Fords to their second lowest output in a conference game this season, and netted 12 points from 15 turnovers. But a few missteps down the stretch proved costly for the home team.
A Times reporter had to be present for the game to qualify for our countdown. Significance of the event played a major role, as did any championships at stake. We will unveil the top 15 five at a time, concluding with No. 5 through No. 1 today.
The Lions traveled last weekend to Pottstown, Pa., for The Hill School’s annual tournament. They opened their season with a loss to McDonogh, but earned wins over Oldfields (57-40) and the hosts (63-26) to take the title.
Chad Schaffer started the match with a win at 138 pounds for the Mavericks, who raced to a 35-6 lead through 10 bouts. Man Valley got major decisions from senior Thomas Chenoweth (152) and Zach Brathuhn (285), and pins from junior Grant Warner (195) and freshmen Travis Green (106) and Jake Boog (113).