Poly wrestling coach Wavie Gibson III, Bel Air coach Craig Reddish and former Perry Hall wrestler Marcos T. Doxanas will be inducted into the Maryland chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame on Nov. 9 during a banquet at the Loews Annapolis Hotel. Gibson and Reddish will receive Lifetime Service to Wrestling awards while Doxanas will receive the Outstanding American award, given to an accomplished person with ties to wrestling. Gibson was a state champion wrestler at Mardela outside Salisbury, then wrestled at UMES. He became head coach at Walbrook, where his team won the Maryland Scholastic Association conference title in 1987. He moved to Poly in 1999. Reddish was a regional champion wrestler at Bel Air and returned there to coach football in 1991. In 1993, he became the head wrestling coach and led the Bobcats to the state dual-meet championship in 2010. Doxanas graduated from Perry Hall in 1969. He earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Virginia and a doctorate in ophthalmology from Virginia Medical School. His internship and residency took him to several hospitals, including Johns Hopkins and Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Al Witt, who coached at Williamsport in Washington County, and Scott Beattie, who coached at Einstein and Sherwood in Montgomery County, will also be inducted. The five inductees will be enshrined at the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in Stillwater, Okla. Tickets to the banquet are $65 and available at md-nwhof.ticketleap.com/.