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Walkersville & Curley Win Weekend Tourneys

Walkersville wins it's own memorial tournament!


Walkersville crowned sophomores Landon Beaumont (126) and Rhys Ferguson (144) and junior Joe Davio (138) and Gino Dolan (175) as the host Lions won their third annual Staff Sergeant Charles Cartwright Memorial tournament last weekend. The event is dedicated to Charles Cartwright, a 2001 Walkersville graduate and former wrestling captain who was killed on November 7, 2009 while serving during Operation Enduring Freedom.


"We started and named our tournament after SSGT Cartwright," said coach Andre Jackson, who is in his 15th year guiding the Lions and his 38th overall. "We wanted to honor Charles' memory and to ensure that his sacrifice for our nation is not forgotten."

Beamont, Davio, Ferguson and Dolan were named Outstanding Wrestlers in the 11-team event for the Lions, who were 10-0 as a team.

Beaumont, Ferguson and Dolan won each of their 10 bouts. Dolan had seven pins, Ferguson had three each in pins and technical falls, and Beaumont had three pins. Davio went 9-1, pinning six times.


Ferguson is 13-0 with six pins and three technical falls on the season, Beaumont is 12-1 with six pins and a major decision, Davio is 11-2 with eight pins, and Dolan, 11-2 with nine pins.





Archbishop Curley takes Kent County High School Tournament!


Archbishop Curley crowned sophomores Adeoluwa Adewu (157) and Bailen Boutz (190), juniors Dylan Fish (165) and Scott Anderson (175) and senior Brandon Lewis (215) as the Friars (451.5) overcame William Penn to win the 16-team Kent County High Tournament.

Finishing second was senior Kahlil Regan (285), with third-place finishes from freshman Dave Vitilio (106) and sophomore Abdallah Alquran (113) as the Friars placed eight wrestlers within the top three of their weight classes.


Havre De Grace crowned juniors Vincent Kirby (120) and Conner Birth (132), with Class 2A-1A state runner-up Beau Schmidt (144) of Northeast also reaching the victory podium

Other champions were freshman Alan McDonald (113) of Queen Anne's, junior Tommy Blankenship (126) of North Harford, sophomore Scottie Ford (138) of Kent County and junior Joshua Allen (150) of Bohemia Manor.


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