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2018-19 All-Metro wrestling first and second teams

First team

106 pounds: Nasir Wilkinson

St. Paul’s, sophomore

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» Won Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association and Maryland Independent Schools tournament titles

» Placed fourth at National Preps, fifth at Escape the Rock and sixth at Powerade

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» Went 39-6 and owns career record of 68-12

» Won multiple state titles as a prolific junior league wrestler

113: Cooper Flynn

McDonogh, sophomore

» Won Ray Oliver and MIAA tournaments

» Placed second at MIS, third at National Preps, fifth at Beast of the East and seventh at Ironman tournaments

» Repeat All-Metro selection went 50-7 with 25 pins and has career record of 85-15

» Ranked No. 11 in the country by FloWrestling and No. 10 by InterMat

Jason Kraisser of Centennial put together his most dominant season to date this winter, as the reigning All-Metro Wrestler of the Year finished with a perfect 40-0 record with 33 pins.

120: Chris Barnabae

Mount Saint Joseph, junior

» Won MIAA, MIS, Ocean Lakes, Mount Mat Madness and War on the Shore tournaments; took third at National Preps and fifth at Beast of the East

» Named Outstanding Wrestler at MIAA, MIS and War on the Shore

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» Ranked No. 9 in the country by FloWrestling and No. 15 by InterMat after going 51-5 with 39 pins

» Owns career record of 142-19 with 112 pins

126: Nathan Porter

Mount Saint Joseph, junior

» Took home titles at Mount Mat Madness, War on the Shore, Ocean Lakes and MIAA tournaments

» Runner-up at MIS and sixth at National Preps tournaments

» Went 37-8 with 18 falls

» Has career record of 102-28 with 55 pins

132: Ray Kable

McDonogh, senior

» Won Ray Oliver, MIAA and MIS tournaments

» Placed fourth at National Preps

» Four-time MIAA champion went 37-11 with 15 pins

» Finished career with 132-41 record and 52 pins

138: Phil Smith

Owings Mills, junior

» Won Baltimore County, 2A-1A North Region, 2A-1A state tournament titles

» Pinned reigning state champion Jared Thomas of Glenelg in state finals

» Repeat All-Metro selection has won 86 consecutive matches and went undefeated for second straight year with record of 37-0

» Has career record of 125-1

The Gaels, coached by alumnus Harry Barnabae, ran the table in dual meets, finishing with a perfect 14-0 record.

145: Connor Strong

Mount Saint Joseph, junior

» Returned from injury to win MIAA tournament

» Placed second at MIS, fifth at National Preps, eighth at Beast of the East tournaments

» Returning All-Metro pick had season record of 24-8 with 14 pins

» Owns 77-21 career record with 32 pins

152: Garrett Fisk

Archbishop Spalding, senior

» Won Ocean Lakes and MIAA tournaments

» Placed second at MIAA and third at National Preps tournaments

» The repeat All-Metro selection went 54-6 overall

» Ends career with record of 165-47

160: Zach Phillips

Mount Saint Joseph, senior

» Won MIAA, MIS and War on the Shore tournaments

» Placed third at Mount Mat Madness and sixth at National Preps tournaments

» Went 48-7 with 28 falls

» Has career record of 81-28 with 52 pins

170: Dominic Solis

McDonogh, junior

» Repeat All-Metro selection won MIAA and MIS tournaments

» Took fifth at National Preps tournament

» Finished season with record of 39-10 with 18 pins

» Career record of 111-27 and 53 pins

182: Justin Henry

Mount Saint Joseph, senior

» Overcame knee injury to win MIAA, MIS, Ocean Lakes and War on the Shore tournament titles

» Finished fourth at National Preps tournament

» Went 31-6 with 19 pins

» Ended career with record of 140-34 with 63 pins

195: Jack Parr

St. Paul’s, senior

» Battled injuries to win third MIAA and MIS tournaments

» Three-time National Preps placer finished second at this year’s tournament

» Maryland commit went 22-1 this season and 136-26 in his career

» Four-time MIAA and MIS finalist is ranked No. 17 in the county by InterMat

220: Garrett Kappes

McDonogh, junior

» Won Ray Oliver, MIAA and MIS tournaments

» Placed third at National Preps tournament

» Ranked No. 8 in the county by FloWrestling after going 34-4 with 23 pins this season

» Owns career record of 120-26 with 62 pins

285: Jorden Pryor

Dunbar, senior

» Won Baltimore City, 2A-1A North region and 2A-1A state titles for third straight season

» Became first Baltimore City wrestler to win three state championships

» Four-time state placer finished undefeated for second straight year and owns career record of 144-5

» Maryland commit is ranked No. 11 in the country by InterMat and No. 19 by FloWrestling

285: Isaac Righter

Mount Saint Joseph, junior

» Won MIAA, MIS, National Preps, Ocean Lakes, Mount Mat Madness and Beast of the East tournaments

» Only local wrestler to win Beast of the East and National Preps crowns; first Baltimore-area National Preps champion since 2015

» Team MVP ranked No. 9 in the country by FloWrestling and No. 16 by InterMat went 39-1 with 36 pins

» Has two-year varsity career record of 73-6 with 69 pins

Second team

106: Brady Pruett, Archbishop Spalding, freshman

113: Wil Guida, St. Paul’s, junior

113: Brent Lorin, Bel Air, senior

120: James Riveira, C. Milton Wright, sophomore

126: PJ Truntich, Archbishop Spalding, senior

132: Joe Fisk, Archbishop Spalding, freshman

138: Jared Thomas, Glenelg, senior

145: Max Hammond, St. Paul’s, senior

152: Harrison Trahan, McDonogh, sophomore

160: Dylan Blau, St. Paul’s, senior

170: Sean Billups, Atholton, senior

182: Ian Takas, Loyola Blakefield, senior

195: Sam Alsheimer, Glenelg, senior

220: Elijah Solomon, Franklin, senior

285: Ka’Ron Lewis, South River, senior

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