A handful of Harford County wrestling teams were in action over the weekend and Harford Tech led the way with a tourney win at Havre de Grace.
The Cobras went 5-0 and finished first at the Havre de Grace Dual Meet Invitational. The wins came over Loch Raven, 55-21; Havre de Grace, 62-9; Edgewood, 55-24; Elkton, 63-9; and Loch Raven, 57-21.
Tech's top performer was Johnny Lechert at 132, who went 5-0 with four pins. Andrey Kalwa (145); Caleb Warner (285); Kyle Paugh (106); and Brendan Hayes (126), each had five wins as well.
Tyler Butler (152); Andy Schwarz (120); and Bo Revels (182) each had four wins.
Host Havre de Grace was 1-3, beating Elkton and losing to Edgewood and Loch Raven as well as Tech.
Jacob Sweigart (160) and Alex Lloyd (113) were undefeated and won outstanding upper and lower weights, respectively.
Patriots roll on
John Carroll put together amix of top wrestlers and some backup wrestlers for the weekend and managed to beat Baltimore Friends, 70-6; Mt. Carmel, 69-12; Perryville, 81-0; and Rising Sun, 78-0.
Mike McCabe (120); Dave Harrison (113); Eric Ashton (126); Luke Strappelli (106); Joe Kyburz (138); Zach Dwyer (132); Devin Darrington (170);and Cody Copinger (285) were each 4-0. Drew Van DeWerff (220) was 3-1 and Mark Pickett (152) was 3-0.
Huskies go 5-3
Patterson Mill finished 5-3 in the Perry Hall Dual Tournament.
The Huskies wins came over Aberdeen, 39-34; Bowie, 39-36; Blake, 39-36; Chesapeake-BC, 73-6; and Dundalk, 40-21. The losses were to Langley, Va., 54-30; Dulaney, 60-24;and Perry Hall,48-21.
Michael Maas went 8-0 at 106 and Jake Nikkila was 7-0 at 132 to pace the Huskies. Colin McDonald was 7-1 at 120, including winning his 100th career match. Brent Iwanowski was also 7-1 at 126 and Joe King was 6-0 at 220.
Cougars are seventh
Fallston wrestled in the Grapple at the Brook tournament at Springbrook High School. The tournament was comprised of Class 3A-4AMontgomery and Howard County teams, a team from Delaware and another from Virginia. Fallston a 1A-2A, school, finished seventh.
The Cougars boasted one champion, with Gabe Wagner winning the 195 title with a pin in the finals.
Logan Ziervogel was a runner-up at 138, losing 11-9 in OT in the finals.
Devin Hyman (106); Josh Ford (113); and Donavyn Hohman (120) were each fourth and Zack Kauffman was fifth at 145.