Zeke Salvo

Perry Hall, sophomore,


106 pounds

•Went 36-2

•Baltimore County and Class 4A-3A state champion

•Versatile athlete also plays soccer

•Carries a 3.8 GPA and is a National Honor Society member

Corey Huntley

Archbishop Curley,

sophomore, 113 pounds

•Swept the MIAA, Maryland Independent Schools state titles

•Won the championship in his weight class at National Preps

•Can control match tempo and dominate opponents

•A 40-3 season earned him All-MIAA honors

Jack Mutchnik

St. Paul's, sophomore,


120 pounds

•Went 51-11, peaked at tournament time

•Two-time MIAA champion, MIS state champ, fifth at National Preps

•Physically strong and able to handle older, more mature wrestlers

•Member of the varsity cross country team

Eric Friedman

St. Paul's, senior, 126 pounds

•One of four four-time MIS state champions

•Went 50-10 for the season, 190-30 career, three-time first-team All-Metro

•Has A three-time All-Metro first-team choice with a 190-30 career record, three-time first-team All-Metro

•Credits hard work, dedication and family support for success

•Has a 4.0 GPA, will attend Pennsylvania

Tyler Goodwin

Arundel, senior, 132 pounds

•Went 38-1 this season and 163-10 for his career

•Three-time Anne Arundel County and two-time

Class 4A-3A state champion

Two-time All-Metro selection

•Will wrestle at Maryland next year

Wes Cook

Winters Mill, junior,

138 pounds

•26 pins highlighted a 44-3 season

•Carroll County, West region and Class 2A-1A state champion

Works game plans to perfection and is deceptively fast

•Solid leader also plays football and lacrosse

Jack Clark

McDonogh, sophomore,

145 pounds

•Had a 49-5 season record and was perfect in the postseason

•Two-time MIAA champion

•Earned his first MIS state title and his first National Preps title

•Has quick feet; known for his takedowns

Peter Galli

St. Paul's, senior, 152 pounds

•A four-time All-American, finished season 49-5

•Repeated as MIAA champ; won MIS state title; fourth at National Preps

Well trained, hard worker posted a 189-31 career record

•Has 3.8 GPA, will attend Stanford

Toby Hague

McDonogh, sophomore,

160 pounds

Moved up two weight classes to help team fill a hole; gave away 10 to

12 pounds each match

•Finished 42-9 and won MIAA title

Second at MIS and National Preps

•Mature and determined on the mat

Tyler Rill

Mount St. Joseph, senior,

170 pounds

•Two-time All-Metro pick was 36-4 this season and 153-38 for his career

•Two-time MIAA and MIS state champion; career-best second at National Preps

•Mat awareness allows him to capitalize on opponents' mistakes

•Active in 4H Leadership, will attend Bloomsburg

Purnell Summers

Archbishop Curley, senior,

182 pounds

•Finished 37-7 and won the MIAA championship

•Was second at MIS, eighth at National Preps

•Animated, acrobatic and aggressive

•Also plays lacrosse

Brandon Ballard

North County, senior,

195 pounds

•Went 33-2 this season and 74-13 for his career with

46 pins

•Anne Arundel County, East region and

Class 4A-3A state champion

Is a force on his feet and has five effective takedown moves

•Plans to attend Millersville (Pa.)

Matt Green

Perry Hall, junior, 220 pounds

•Missed significant part of season with a left knee injury but finished 11-0

•Won Baltimore County, North region and Class 4A-3A state titles

•Rises to challenges; hard worker

•Work with others on techniques

Roman Braglio

McDonogh, senior,

285 pounds

Aggressive style produced a 26-3 record this season

•Twenty-three of his wins came on pins, 20 in the first period

•MIAA and MIS state champion; fourth at National Preps

•Signed to play football at Maryland

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