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2006 Update of The Middle Atlantic Wrestling Association National Championship Series:

APRIL 9th, 2006

Brandon Gain entered the West Regional as The Susquehanock District Champion. Brandon Managed to win 3 matches taking 5th place at the Regional Championships making him 1st Alternate for the Nationals in Salisbury on April 29th.

Nik Gialamas qualified for the 3rd Straight Season to the National Championships after winning his 5th District Tournament and finished in 2nd Place at the West Regional in Shippensburg, PA. Nik look to improve on his previous two placings after taking 8th (2004) and 6th (2005)

Bill Gialamas went 4-0 at the Districts and capped the first 2 legs of the series by finishing 1st place at both the Cumberland Valley District Qualifier and The West Regional Championship.




This weekend the team expect to have an excellent showing at the War at the Shore III the New Jersey Nationals......

Md/Va State Championships

Robin Paguia placed 5th at the Md/Va State Championships at the US Naval Academy this past weekend Robin went 4-2 on his way to his 87th career victory which moves him to Number 6 on the All-Time PH Wins list passing Joe Foster.

Matt Swiger went 2-2 finishing in 8th place becoming one of our 2 state place finishers..

Kyle Pennewill also particpated after qualifying at the MJWL tournament.

MJWL Championships 2006

New Town High School,

The Punishers took to Mat over the weekend at the Annual Navy/Lehigh Championships where we advanced 4 Wrestlers to the Md/Va States held at the US Naval Academy.

Nathanial Moskunas placed 6th at 50lbs.
Kyle Pennewill finished 5th at 105lbs.

Matt Swiger had 4 nail biter matches during the day to finish in 4th place going 3-2.

Robin Paguia was the 75# Runner-Up becoming our only Finalist with 3 devestating victories losing a close finals match to #1 Ranked Brett Przywara 7-4. Robin now has 83 Wins and is fast approaching #6 on the All-Time Win List....

MSWA State Championships

Loyola Blakefield, February 19th

The MSWA State Championships were held this past weekend at Loyola Blakefield on 11 Wrestling Mats, over 600 Wrestlers participated.

Our guys had a solid showing
Nathanial Moskunas and Zach Dwyer both won Preliminary matches advancing in the championship bracket before getting knocked out.

Kyle Pennewill our highest place winner took (3rd) place in the Under 8 Heavyweight division.

Brandon Gain took 5th place in one of the toughest brackets in the tournament making his team leading season win total at (33).

Robin Paguia was the days brightest performer in possibly the Toughest Weight class of the tournament that featured 9 State Place winners and 3 State Champions. Robin Finished 4th place while reaching his 80th Career Win. knocking off 2x State Champion Goodwyn of Team Kolat in the Qtr. Finals with an exciting 11-9 Win.

Great Job! Next Up the MJWL Navy/Lehigh Championship

Season Wrap Up

Season Wrap up 06-07;

Excellent job by this years small but determined team.

Shaun Murphy wins WRESTLER OF THE YEAR moving to #4 on the All-Time Wins List finished this season winning 3 more tournament titles, was selected the MJWL all-star team and WON HIS 3RD MJWL TITLE and made his 3rd Md/Va State Finals Apperance.

Robin Paguia capped an Outstanding Junior League Carreer finishing 4th and the Md/Va State Championships and 2nd at the MJWL tournament for the second consecutive season ROBIN became the 5th All-Time Wins leader becoming an MJWL All Star and Little 20 Tournament OW this year. Robin should be the #1 ranked 103lber next year in Baltimore County.

Patrick Downey won the MJWL Championships, Hawks Invitational and finished 3rd at the Md/Va Tournament, Patrick will start for the storied Mount Saint Joseph's who is a perenial National Powerhouse.

Gordon Reilley became CO-Rookie of the year finishing his 1st year as the MJWL Age/Weight Runner-Up and placing at 2 "A" tournaments.

Andrew Huber was the other CO-Rookie of the year capping an outstanding 1st season by qualifying for the MD/VA Championships going 3-2 at the event along with WINNING the little 20 tournament as our Heavyweight

Kyle Pennewill took the Most Dedicated Award with his unmatched determination and continued improvement will only lead to good things Kyle Finished 3rd at NHSCA Elementary State Tournament and 2nd at the MJWL Age/Weight Championships

Jake Tetlow was the Most Improved wrestler managing to win a hand full of "A" dual meets along with a 4th place finish at the Little 20

Nathaniel Moskunas appears to be the next shining light on the Horizon for our program while only in his second year qualified for the Md/Va Championships and will definetly be a favored in the lightweights for years to come.

SEE YOU NEXT SEASON

Age Weight Tournament Results

MJWL Age/weight Championships at Lansdowne,


Great Job, Good Season........ NExt year looks promising!

Results:

Cullen Jones (CHAMPION)
Kyle Pennewill (CHAMPION)
Gordie Reilley (RUNNER UP)
Hunter Yoakum (RUNNER UP)
Kenneth Lyles (3rd)
Nathanial Moskunas (4th)
JT Weller (5th)
Tyler Klein (5th)

Warm Ups and Wrestling Gear

2009-2010 warm ups and gear


All Orders and Money need to be in by 11/24/09


I will be placing 1 Bulk order prior to the Season Beginning; A PRICE SHEET AND ORDER FORM WILL BE CIRCULATED AT PRACTICE NEXT WEEK:


ITEMS ON THIS YEARS AGENDA (AND WE HAVE ALL NEW LOGOS)

Under Armour Warm Up Hoodies Logo Front / Back
cost $60.00

Under Armour Warm Up Shorts Logo on Thigh
cost $40.00

Under Armour Polo Logo Of Chest
Adult Sizes Only $75.00

T Shirts Logo Front / Back
All Sizes Available $15.00

Wrestling Bags 2 Logos
1 Size $20.00

Team Hat w/ logo
Medium Size $20.00

CASH IS THE ONLY ACCEPTABLE METHOD OF PAYMENT, I've Been Burned Twice over the years on checks and I will be handling all the transactions through my personal account in order to speed up the process..............

Punisher Novice 08

Perry Hall High School


I would first like to personally thank the following for the help without you people we would be a joke like most of these other teams.

The Tetlow Family, The Klein Family, The Coleman Family, Mr. Drecchio, and The Michael Family, and Brian you guys stuck it out till the end both weekends for the benefit of our program and I personally am grateful.


Sunday at the HALL:

4 CHAMPIONSHIPS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE HALL OF CHAMPIONS.

HUNTER YOAKUM, TYLER KLEIN, NOAH MICHAEL and KYLE DRECCHIO HAVE ADDED THEIR NAMES TO THE LIST OF CHAMPIONS!

OTHER GREAT JOBS
WINNING 1st Career Match: Joe Lytle (3rd Place)
Winning in OVERTME: Josh Tetlow (3rd Place)
Jake Tetlow 2nd Place
Thomas Coleman 2nd Place
Gabriel Coleman 2nd Place
new comer Matt Galinn finished 3rd

Wrestler of the Week: THE 4 CHAMPIONS!


"THERE ARE THOSE IN LIFE, THAT DO and THE OTHERS WHO TALK ABOUT IT."

I THINK, IVE GOT A GOOD IDEA OF WHO THE DOERS ARE.





M AND M WEEKEND

M AND M WEEKEND:

Mcdonogh and Mckim Tournaments:

We've got some real dedicated kids again for a pleasant change:
2 Days worth of tournaments an many of our wrestlers went to both events.


At Mcdonogh

Tyrell Armstrong wins his 1st Title

Tyler, Noah, Gabriel and Thomas All Took Second Place

At Mckim

Individual Champions: Gordon Reilley , Thomas Coleman and Noah Michael were the stars of the day.

Other good performances included Gabriel Coleman, Tyrell Armstrong, Cullen Jones..........Devin Kess our little 40lber went 3-1 and took home second place...........Josh Tetlow won his 2nd match of the year and has seemed to have finally started to get with the program? finally all the years of grilling him have started to pay dividends????? First year wrestler Quincy Lucas also won his first match at the event!



Good Job all.


Wrestler of the Week, Lots of deserving candidates this week, I will have to pick one of our most improved wrestlers for this week (although, There are alot of those guys this year which makes my end of the year pick very difficult) Good Problem to have I guess??????

Anyway, This week winner is THOMAS COLEMAN 2nd Place at Mcdonogh and 1st Place at Mckim.............Outstanding, And your 14 wins this years more than triples last years total.

Golden Ring Match Results

Very exciting and competitive match last night, Despite the waiting I thought it was a nice change of pace to follow the high school varsity on a weeknight. And it looked like alot of the crowd stuck around to watch the future stars do there thing.


We dropped the team match 42-39 very close, and I want to personally give a shout out to our 108 and 115 lbers who have managed to make it to only 1 event each this year.......thanks, Actually I prefer those who don't want to wrestle to just stay home anyway, that way we don't have to pretend like we are interested in watching them...


Great job by those who made it.

Noah Michael,Tyrell Armstrong, Tyler Klein, Kyle Drecchio, Gabriel Coleman, Gordon Reilley and Jake Tetlow all recorded wins.




Next Event: Hereford Double Dual Meet on the 7th of February Times TBD.


Upcoming: Golden Ring Tournament Feb 14th at Essex Community College

MJWL Age/Weight Feb 22nd at Franklin High School
(MOST WRESTLERS WILL BE HERE)

MJWL Navy/Lehigh March 7th and 8th at Chesapeake High Essex
(Noah, Thomas, Tyrell, Tyler, Gabriel, Gordon)
Place winners advance to Md/Va States March 14th and 15th.

Regular season wind up

Congratulations! The regular season has concluded and we finished with a 5-4 record. (Not great, but winning non thr less). We seem to be back on track! We swept both matches today from woodlawn and hereford! Great matches today by many and a lot of bonehead mistakes by several, but you are all still learning and it is somewhat expected.




Wrestler of the week. Kyle pennewill with his comeback pin vs hereford!!!!!

Tom Dicarlo Golden Ring Tournament

Essex Community College:

Tom Dicarlo Memorial Wrestling Tournament Results:

Outstanding Performance all around, every wrestler was sharp and competitive even in defeat. I thought everyone wrestled well, there were very few bonehead mistakes, and everybody came prepared to compete.


In honesty, with this kind of performance and the continued effort and advancement, next season I seriously believe we can be a state tournament caliber team.


Results:

Individual Champions:
Thomas Coleman (4-0, 4 Pins)
Noah Michael (3-0, 2 Pins)
Tyler Klein ( 3-0, 2 Pins)
Gordon Reilley (3-0, 3 Pins)
Kyle Pennewill (3-0, 3 Pins)

Second Place:
Jake Tetlow, Hunter Yoakum, Gabriel Coleman,

Third Place:
Tyrell Armstrong, Cullen Jones, Dylan Shank, Kyle Drecchio, Josh Tetlow,

Fourth Place:
Matt Gallin

Wrestler of The Week:
In a truley dominating performance Thomas Coleman looked like a man among boys and completely destroyed and demoralized every one of the 4 wrestlers he faced and embarrassed their parents.

MJWL AGE/WEIGHT Results 09'

DaY 1 Results:

Kyle Pennewill 3rd Place
Jake Tetlow 4th Place
Cullen Jones 3rd Place

DaY 2 Results:

Devin Kess 3rd Place


No finalist this year, and not very many place winners.
(2) Missed from Sickness.
(4) Just skipped it because they are only half into it anyway i guess

and
(3) Came unprepared and got eliminated.


During Such a Weekend of Kaos, where the days for me were quite long and tiresome having to work the event. It's really dissapointing to have such a poor showing as a team. Especially after such a positive performance last weekend.




Day 1 MJWL Navy/Lehigh results Gordon qualifies for states

Day 1 on site:

Welcome to the real deal! I want to thank you all for making the effort and attempting even being here today!

I want to just breakdown each kids day as I saw it and whether you agree or not so be it!

First off congrats to Gordon Reilley who is our first state qualifier in two years he will wrestle tommorow with hopes of taking 3rd place he went 2-1 today! Gordon u still need to listen to what I'm telling u during matches u need to chain wrestle and stay in good position at all times.


Next, Tyler Klein another great season finishing 2-2 on the day and finishing the day with that disgusting OT loss on bad luck, bad timing and just plain bullshit has me so mad I could scream! Just wasn't meant to be this year, the only thing I will critic is u need to have awarness of the score and protect your leads!

Thomas, great tournament a very close loss in the last match which would have advanced you against a kid that dominated you prior shows you've improved greatly,

Tyrell, solid and competitive in your last match, next year you'll be in the mix,

Gabriel, congrats on you shaffenacker recognition, I don't think u were ready today! But u gained experience,

Noah, u need to control the temper tantrums! And I'm very dissapointed u just flattened out and gave up a pin the last match! Nothing is going to be gained by quitting!

Day 2 Navy Lehigh

Gordon Reilley takes 6th place and has his name enshrined under the MJWL results page among the place winners of Perry Hall over the last 30 years.

Thomas Coleman and Tyler Klein are 1st alternates and stand a good shot at getting into the tournament.

MD / VA State Championships @ Good Council

The best of the maryland youth and northern virginia wrestling community assembled at good council school in olney maryland for the areas toughest qualifying tournament, a sense of what the highest level in youth wrestling has now been experienced by gordon, thomas and tyler! Ask them what its about if you get curious!


Thomas got in as an alternate and lost a 4-2 overtime match in round one and then lost by tech fall in round 2!

Gordon got his clock cleaned in the first round and then kinda of went into a panic attack in the middle of a 4-2 match, and ended up getting eliminated 9-2.

Tyler who ended up 29 wins this year a team best for the 2nd straight year and next year will enter the all-time top ten list since I've been coaching. He lost 10-5 and 7-0. And made a good showing as an alternate.

Little 20 tournament

The Little 20 Tournament was held on the 27th at Perry Hall due to the snow from last week. We moved the event and cancelled the novice tournament. Those who participated are aware of this.


I have never been more embarrassed as a coach than I was yesterday, We had a 50% turn out which is pathetic. It's pretty bad when you host an event and can't get 1/2 your team to show up. We are a laughing stock amongst the other teams that were there. It's times like these that make me question my reasons for continuing this when apparantly 1/2 the team considers it a hassle or inconvience. I suppose the only answer that I can offer is that I am there for the few that do care. It's sickening that 6 of the 9 teams who entered had more wrestlers than perry hall at our event.


I'd like to Thank those who did help out and participate without you, we would have had a total disaster.


Another just flat out slap in the face was how at the end of the event, It was Myself, My Brother, Mr. Pennewill, Mr and Mrs Klein and Mr and Mrs Tetlow that cleaned up the entire gym and rolled up all the mats! How wonderful to know that among our 29 wrestlers adn families that we had too have 2 women help us roll up wrestling mats! It's downright disgusting.

I think in the future rather than subject these few individuals to all this effort and work we probably will not continue to host any events. So in the future we will probably raise the fee and make every event self pay to me it's the only FAIR way to do it. So thanks again to those who were involved, I apologize on behalf of the organization for wasting your efforts.

* And Finally before anyone gives me any excuses or song and dance about whatever reason or events that were more important or time consuming than this, let me say this: #1 I don't have a kid on the team, #2 I don't get paid, #3 My tournament started last week and continued on Wednesday and Thursday confirming rosters and arranging for the event, Saturday I was at the rec office from noon till 6pm running off brackets and programs, then spent from 6pm to 9pm setting up the gym, Then was at the tournament on Sunday from 6am to 5pm, So all told I have more time invested than every other person on this team combined. Over the years I have been at wrestling events during thanksgivings, easters, memorial day weekends, new years eve weekends, valentines day, among so many other things i could have been doing for myself, While everyone was doing there xmas thing this past weekend, just take a moment and think about your coach who spent xmas eve filling out wrestling brackets so that the kids could have a good tournament on sunday, and all i've ever asked in return is to do your best and put in an effort. So pardon me if I'm not sympathetic.

Our Wrestlers who placed in the top 6
Tyler Klein 4th
Noah Michael 4th
Nathan Fowler 2nd
Sonny Mccauley 5th
Josh Tetlow 6th
Hunter Yoakum 6th
Jake Tetlow 5th
Blake Gray 3rd
Dan Fisher 2nd
Matt Galinn 2nd
Matt Wagner 3rd

Wrestler of the Week : Kyle Pennewill finished 2nd among a surprisingly large heavyweight field.

Our next scheduled event is on 1/16/09 at Century.

Weekend of Jan 16/17

January 17, 2010

A monster weekend for wrestling with lots of experience gained and good competition. 7 team matches and 140 individual match ups. as a team we have never had the opportunity to get so many matches for so many kids in such a short period of time, i hope everyone got the most of the experience.


Team wise, well with our forfeits it makes it tough but without the forfiets we would have been 5-2 and we were competitive through out.

weekend standouts include the following:

Noah went 4-4
Tyrell went 3-4
Tyler was a great 7-1
Matt G went an impressive 4-1
Gordon went 8-2
Jake was 4-3
Kyle was 4-3

and everyone on the team recorded atleast 1 win which is great!

THis weekends standout though was Matt Wagner who keeps amazing us all, He went 8-0 over the weekend and now has a season record of 15-2 as a rookie. incredible work!

Another note is that Tyler Klein has reached 70 career wins with his performances at the little 20 and over the weekend he passed the #10, #9 and #8 wrestlers on the list which can be viewed under our team records.

Gordon Reilley is getting close to adding his name to this list as well.

Mckim and Hamilton Tri Meet

Sunday at Mervo High School weigh ins at 10am
Match 1 at 11am, Match 2 at 12:30pm

Team Results 48-27 Win Vs Mckim and 42-36 Loss To Hamilton another up and down performance. We have had alot of close matches this season, unfortunately for us they have been close the wrong way. But this will give us something to improve on next season.

Individually, I have seem some improvement from your performances.
Austin Mccauley and Chris Kite both won A team matches putting together some of the basic moves into action to propel themselves to victory. Sonny Mccauley also notched another win versus Mckim.

Tyrell Looked good in the HBU match but again looked lost vs Mckim, if Tyrell could get himself to focus he would have at least double the amount of wins he has this season.

Noah again went 2-0 surviving a cement mixer to start off the HBU match and ended up finishing with a headlock.

Gordon dominated his first match but looked very sloppy against Grindle from HBU a match that had some seeding implications on it, a chance to redeem yourself may come at the navy/lehigh tournament. Gordon now has (55) career wins and is 5 away from reaching the top 12 on the all time win list.

Kyle Pennewill continues to show why you should never underestimate your opponent and why you keep fighting through the entire match. The final match of the day had Kyle losing 8-2 in the 3rd period against a much more imposing opponent yet Kyle bidded his time and hit a dominating headlock and caught him on his back to claim the win by fall!

Matt Galinn, Mike Haley and Mario Niotis all recorded victories versus Mckim, which Mr. Galinn continued vs HBU, But Mike and Mario got a little taste of the mat during there HBU match.

Matt Wagner continues to dominate recording 2 more wins now leading the team with 17 on the season. and has a good chance to reach the 20 win club after next weekend.

Wrestler of the Week: Tyler Klein recorded 2 more wins reaching numbers 13 and 14 on the season and number 71 and 72 on his quest to move up the all time win list.



Season Wins Leaders to this point:
Matt Wagner (17)
Tyler Klein (14)
Gordon Reilley (13)
Noah Michael (12)
Kyle Pennewill (9)


I think i will look back through the achives and add the 20 / 30 / 40 win clubs to the team records page to show some of the outstanding performaces over the years.

Another day of excuses has begun!

Warriors Tournament:

4 no shows: Mike, Mario, Chris and Tyrell that's the 2nd tournament you have skipped this year! I love having to make the rec council write a check for 20 dollars a wrestler for a tournament and have you guys not show up! Especially after having the chance to not sign up!

Gordon missed weight! Even after being asked 2 weeks ago what weight class he wanted to be in! And had the chance to change it!

The lack of mental focus on this team is discouraging for certain!

Those who are going to be wrestling that were here on time and made weight are:

Nathan, Austin, Sonny, Hunter, Noah, Kyle, Matt W. And Tyler! I will post there results later!

For everyone else enjoy the weekend off and look forward to our next event in 3 weeks if you decide to make it! Go Ravens!

The tournament was shut down early due to the snow so only those left in finals got to finish, however those who showed up had respectable performances in an event that was very high caliber! Sonny, Austin, and Hunter had some close matches but came up short. Nathan was 1-1, Noah and Tyler were 1-2. Kyle made the final 4 in his bracket and Matt was 2-1 when the tournament was shut down his only loss was a 5-0 match bvs 3x state place winner Austin Atkinson! Good job for our actual wrestlers! I hope the practice squad made some nice snowballs today and maybe even a snowman for the front yard! Practice Tuesday for anyone interested.

AGE/WEIGHT SCHEDULE FOR 2-20-10

SATURDAY AT FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL


FIRST SESSION
WEIGH INS FOR 6U and 8U DIVISIONS from 8:15 to 9:15
WRESTLING TO BEGIN AT 10:00 AM

6U
ARI MONTOYA 50# SEED #5
JESSIKA TETLOW 55# SEED #13



SECOND SESSION
WEIGH INS FOR 10U and 13U DIVISIONS from 12:00 to 1:00
WRESTLING TO BEGIN AT 2:00 PM APPROX.

10U
AUSTIN MCCAULEY 70# SEED #2
TYRELL ARMSTRONG 75# SEED #1
HUNTER YOAKUM 90# SEED #1
CHRIS KITE 95# SEED #3

13U
BLAKE GRAY 80# SEED #7
DAN FISHER 80# SEED #3
NATHAN FOWLER 80# SEED #4
SONNY MCCAULEY 95# SEED #3


IF YOU ARE NOT ON THIS LIST THEN YOU WILL BE WRESTLING AT THE TOURNAMENT ON MARCH 6th and 7th.


THIS IS THE LAST WEEK FOR THOSE ON THIS LIST YOUR SEASON FINALE IS SATURDAY. BE READY TO COMPETE.

Md / Va States at Naval Academy

Day 1 end of first two rounds Kyle Pennewill wins by fall in first period vs Old Mill to advance to qtr finals! Matt Wagner defeats NoVa wrestler C4 by 9-2 to advance to qtr finals. Noah Michael loses a close 7-4 match to Warhawks but is still alive in the consolations!


More to follow!

Kyle and Matt lose in qtr finals to the #1 seed, Noah wins 6-1 in 2nd rd consolations. All 3 still alive in the 3rd round consolations, Whoever wins here is a place winner and makes the final 8 for day 2!

3rd rd consolations were punishing, just not in our favor! 3 close but no cigar stories to report. Still a good season and almost a perfect ending but all 3 end up stopped in the final 10! A good job just making it and all won atleast 1 match! Something to build on next year!

End of Year in Review 2010

This years Punisher wrestling Team had an up and down season but this year we had more ups then downs, and hopefully next year we will get to that next level. We now have 5 wrestlers with state tournament experience and have a good idea where we want to be in the future.

This season our new / novice kids finished this years season at the finale at Franklin our annual MJWL Age/Weight tournament saw us take 5 medals.......including TYrell Armstrong who won the 75# Championship.
Chris Kite, Austin Mccauley, Jessika Tetlow, and Nathan Fowler all finished 4th

Our A level kids made some noise as well,
Gordon Reilley won another 15 matches finally reaching our all time list at #12.

Matt Galinn advanced to within 1 match of qualifying for the state tournament.

Tyler Klein had another winning season and moved up the list taking his 3rd straight little 20 place finish along the way.

Kyle Pennewill is now a serious competitor at heavyweight taking 2nd at the little 20 and 2nd at the MJWL Regionals and also recorded a victory at the Md/Va states.

Noah Michael finished his season in the twenty win club gaining his 20th win at the Md/Va State Championships. He also took 4th at the MJWL Regionals and LIttle 20 TOurnaments.

Our Wretler of the Year and Also a Rookie Matt Wagner finished with 26 Wins, 3rd at the MJWL, 2nd at the Little 20, 6th At MSWA championships and had an undefeated dual meet record.

As a Team we had our first winning season in 3 years finishing at 6-4 which is decent considering we forfeit 3 weight classes.......

Banquet info will be posted in a few weeks............make sure you have your singlets at the banquet so i can have them fixed, cleaned and stored for next year........... for those who want to continue with off season wrestling the mawa districts are next weekend and the following checking mawa wrestling website for information and middle river will be continuing practice through april at eastern tech on tuesday and thursday if you want to get some more mat time.

PRACTICE DATES / TIMES

2010 - 2011 SEASON TENTATIVE PRACTICE SCHEDULE!

WEEKDAY PRACTICE WILL BE FROM 6:45 PM TO APPROXIMATELY 8:15 PM STARTING MOVEMBER 23rd due to Cheerleading High School Practice

SATURDAY PRACTICE WILL BE FROM 11:00AM TO APPROXIMATELY 12:30PM

PRACTICES UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED WILL BE AT PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL



PRACTICE BEGINS NOVEMBER 10th
Tentative Practice Dates NOV / DEC (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
Nov : 10 / 11 / 13 /16 / 17 / 18 / 20 / 23 / 30
Dec : 1 / 2 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 14 / 15/ 16 / 21 / 29 / 30
Jan : 4 / 5 / 6 / 11 / 12 / 13 / 18 / 19 / 20 / 25 / 26 / 27
Feb : 2 / 3 / 9 / 10 / 16 / 17 / 23 / 24
Mar : 2 / 3 / 9 / 10



PRACTICE ON DEC. 29th and 30th will be at PERRY HALL MIDDLE SCHOOL and Middle River will be practicing with us.

MAU STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Punishers Go 7 for 7 at MAU STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS AT OLD MILL
ALL (7) WRESTLERS WHO MADE THE TOURNAMENT MADE THE AWARDS STAND!


Kyle Zhong 50lbs won (2) Matches and finished in 5th place

RYan Covahey 50lbs took 7th place

Nolan Klado and Jovan Simmons-Taylor although they didn't win a match still placed 5th and 4th incredibely.

Kyle Pennewill finished 4th going 2-2

Jake Tetlow finished a team high 3rd going 2-1

and Matt Wagner went through a brutal 122# weight class finishing in 6th place going 3-3 on the tournament.

Matt finished the season by tieing the single season team record with (41) Wins and breaking the single season pin record with (32)

All in All a good season in the books......


FINAL WINS LEADERS AFTER THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS:

Matt Wagner 41 *** GOLD STATUS WIN CLUB ***
Tyler Klein 26 *** BRONZE STATUS WIN CLUB ***
Jake Tetlow 22 *** BRONZE STATUS WIN CLUB ***
Matt Galinn 19
Ben Wagner 17
Sonny Mccauley 17
Kyle Pennewill 17
Jovan Simmons-Taylor 16
Giani Hapsis 14
Angus Yoakum 14
William Bressner 14
Austin Mccauley 13
Dan Fisher 13
Braedan Dorsey 13
Kyle Zhong 13
Hunter Yoakum 12
Tyrell Armstrong 11


Opening Day at The Point

December 4, 2010

The 2010-2011 Season is Underway! On a brisk december saturday morning the Punishers traveled to the famous sparrows point penninsula to take on the upstart host team where the Punishers were true to form defeating the Spartans 54-42 to start the season on a winning note, Afterward the Panthers of Golden Ring took to the mat in part 2 of the Tri Meet where our punishers well quite frankly kinda got punished but that is the nature of this sport the team total was Golden Ring 66 The Hall 24 although the score was a little lopsided the individual matches were closer then the score would suggest. Another positive about today was the additional mat that was set up for the exhibition matches were all our wrestlers got to compete multiple times and almost everyone recorded a victory on the day.

Highlights and Memorable Moments:

Ben Wagner won his first 2 career matches today one of which with an outstanding and brutal cement mixer.

Nolan Klado, Tyler Medley and Jovan Simmons-Taylor also all recorded wins in there first mat apperance a good start for our Light Heavyweights.

Sonny Mccauley in keeping with tradition drew the first tears of the season and pretty much making his Spartan opponent quit for the rest of the day with a very quick and vicious pin. Our own Matt Galinn last year broke a dundalk opponents arm on opening day so not quite as brutal but still impressive in my book.

Tyler Armstrong won 3 matches on the day which is very impressive and continuing his late run last year.

Angus Yoakum won his first career match versus Golden Ring with a solid shutout win 4-0 another good day for a first year wrestler.

Other Winners on the Day:
Matt Galinn, Braden Dorsey, Josh Tetlow, Jake Tetlow, Mike Taffatanni, Austin Mccauley, Hunter Yoakum and Dan Fisher won 2 matches on the day.

All our lightweights won exhibition matches including William Bressner, Ryan Covahey, Kyle Zhong and The Hapsis Brother Gianni and Domonic.

Kyle Pennewill and Dylan Shank were close to pulling off a victory and i'm sure will get there first wins next weekend.

Well as usual we saved the BEST FOR LAST and THE WRESTLER OF THE WEEK AWARD: (I HAVE A FEELING THERE WILL BE MORE OF THESE FOR MATT WAGNER

Matt is only a second year wrestler who recorded over 25 Wins last season on his way to taking 3rd at the MJWL REGIONALS and Placing at the MSWA State Tournaments went an outstanding 3-0 on the day and defeated the Sparrows Point High School JV Captain in overtime in the most exciting match of the day......and then topped it off by wiping the mat with his golden ring opponent before pinning him in a reverse cradle.

middle river round robin at eastern tech.

December 11, 2010

Eatern tech high school proved to be a day of accomplishment for the punishers! Everyone wrestled well, and this was a valuable experience leading into the little 20 next weekend.

Individual bracket champions going undefeated were:

Jake Tetlow / Matt Wagner / Mike Taffetani / Dan Fisher / Austin Mccauley / Ben Wagner / William Bressner / Ryan Covahey / and Gianni Hapsis!

Others with mutiple wins:

Angus Yoakum / Kyle Zhong / Tyler Medley / Braedan Dorsey / Tyrell Armstrong / hunter Yoakum / Jovan simmons and Sonny Mccauley

Wrestlers Of The Week:
Sharing the award:

Ben Wagner who went 3-0 and pinned all 3 of his opponents in the first period.

And

Dylan Shank who wrestled 3 tough matches during the day and finally pulled off his first win in the last round!

Little 20 Tournament Results

The Punishers claim Silver in a very competitive and close tournament at Perry Hall High School for the annual Little 20 Tournament. We finished 2nd place among the 12 teams entered.

Indvidual Place Finishers:

Champions: JAKE TETLOW

Runner Up: MATT WAGNER / NATE HAMMOND / NOLAN KLADO / KYLE PENNEWILL

Bronze: JOSH TETLOW / JOVAN SAUNDERS-TAYLOR

4th: BEN WAGNER / GIANNI HAPSIS / TYLER MEDLEY

5th: MATT GALINN / HUNTER YOAKUM / KYLE ZHONG

6th: TYRELL ARMSTRONG

Wrestler of the Week: INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION JAKE TETLOW has added his name to the HALL OF CHAMPIONS

Punisher Round Robin Results

Perry Hall High School January 2nd the Punisher Round Robin was the first event held on the New Year in the State of Maryland.

We had a successful and fairly well run event, Novice tournaments always seem to be more chaotic because the newer parent's are just a little too high strung from the other teams.

I will say i'm very dissapointed at the amount of NO SHOWS we had for this event we had ( 7 ) that is 20% of the TEAM, it is especially dissapointing for those of you who this event was designed for, you missed an opportunity for 3+ matches and valuable mat experience, I've been leaning towards not having this event the last few years in lieu of a dual meet tournament anyway because of the turn out and the element that novice events encourage.

As a team for those who were competing we did fairly well with individual championships earned by (9) wrestlers:

William Bressner
Kyle Zhong
Gianni Hapsis
Ben Wagner
Tyler Klein
Tyrell Armstrong
Matt Wagner
Jake Tetlow
Hunter Yoakum

Others with good days included Joe Lytle, Jason Shank, Ryan Covahey, Dan Fisher, Nolan Klado, Jovan Simmons-Taylor, Angus Yoakum, Dylan Shank, Jessika Tetlow, Josh Tetlow, Braedan Dorsey, Kyle Pennewill.

Career Milestone: Tyler Klein recorded his 76th, 77th, and 78th career wins as a member of this team edging him closer to the 100 WIN MARK see our team records page for the ALL TIME WINS LIST.

Wrestler of the Week:

Josh Tetlow for winning his first match.

Centaurs/Punisher/Mcdonough Tri Meet

Both Matches unfortunately came down to 1 Match and we were on the wrong end of the stick. Before I get into the highlights, let me say this. There is noone on this earth better as a coach then me that can put you in the position to win as a team, (we had several wrestlers out of weight class, had a couple weights we would have forfeited, yet with jockeying the lineup we were still in position to win both matches.) The fact is we win as a team and lose as a team, it is up to each individual to do his part when it's his turn to contribute to the team victory.

We have entirely to many guys who continue to look into the half, get caught in head locks, take bad shots and continue to get put on there back. then in turn quit and give up. Getting pinned is quitting and it's unacceptable! You as a competitor need to all look in the mirror and admit to yourself if your tough or not! And this lesson can be applied to anything you do in life not just wrestling, you have to have the belief in yourself that you will be successful and that you absolutely will not quit or give in ever. I wrestled in over 125 matches and NEVER was pinned. Getting pinned is the worst thing in wrestling that can happen and if your content with getting pinned there is no hope for you.

I'm not going to pick on any 1 particular person, however when you lose a team match by 1 point you all know that if any one of you that got pinned would have just lost on points we would have won both matches. Heart and Desire cannot be taught. You either have it or not..... if you do not, I would suggest marbles as a sport that may be right for you!

In addition, for those who took the day off, Team matches are required unless you inform me in advance otherwise. If you don't want to wrestle then turn in your singlet and move on to the marble rings! The usual 5 or 6 no shows per match isn't cutting it, and that goes for practice too.


Highlights of the day:
Tyler Klein won 3 more matches moving his way up the all-time list.
Ben Wagner went 2-1 / Maximus Zdziera went 4-2 / Jovan Simmons-Taylor won a tough match vs Centaurs / and Angus Yoakum went 4-2 improving over last weeks debacle / Gianni Hapsis went 3-1 others with wins were Austin Mccauley, Josh Tetlow, Joe Lytle, Kyle Pennewill, Braedan Dorsey, Matt Galinn and Matt Wagner.

Wrestler of the Week:

Going an outstanding 4-0 is SONNY MCCAULEY.



Team Wins Leaders as of 1/8/11

Ben Wagner (12)
Gianni Hapsis (12)
Matt Wagner (11)
Sonny Mccauley (9)
Jake Tetlow (8)
Tyrell Armstrong (8)
Matt Galinn (7)
Angus Yoakum (7)
Hunter Yoakum (6)
Austin Mccauley (6)
Tyler Klein (6)
Jovan Simmons-Taylor (6)

All Time Wins List Update 1-17-11

We have been keeping an active all time Wins list under our Team Records page on the left of the main page of this screen since I began coaching in 1998. In the beginning the list was pretty short and pretty easy to get on because we started from zero, however as the years went and the team got better and over the years we have had some very special wrestlers come through the program. Our All-Time List is a mark of consistancy and the result of a solid career.

Take a moment and look at our list and the accomplishments of those who are on it and perhaps it will motivate you to add your name among them.

We currently have a wrestler that has methodically worked his way into this list over the last (4) seasons and is in a good position this coming weekend to make his way to #6 all-time.

Tyler Klein our current 80-85# wrestler currently has 83 Wins for his career and is currently 8th all-time. Over the years Tyler has won a number of tournaments and been a Md/Va State qualifier he currently is 3 wins behind STATE CHAMPION Joe Foster at #7 and 7 wins behind #6 Kyle England who was a 2x Md/Va Bronze Medalist. If Tyler continues on his path he should pass current PHHS Superstar and 4x State Place winner Robin Paguia at #5 on the list.

Matt Wagner has a shot to crack the #12 spot this season in only his second year he currently has 40 Wins and needs a strong finish to pass Gordon Reilley and Coach Nick Bonincontri.

Tri Meet in Frederick

After a long trip, and thankfully the longest trip of our season is now complete. Both matches we were on the wrong end of the score board, but i will say we wrestled well this weekend, guys stayed off there back and went the distance in quite a few matches that previously i think would have gotten pinned. That is a remarkable improvement, and by taking matches to the distance, you gain that valuable mat experience that eventually will turn into wins.

You learn alot more in a tough match that goes the distance, then you do by pinning someone with the first move of a match or vice versa.

Wrestlers of The Week:

Austin Mccauley went 2-0 and recorded the fastest Pin of the Day :14 Seconds.

Matt Wagner went 2-0 in dominating fashion with (2) Pins moving his win total to a team high (14) This season.

Others recording multiple wins: Dan Fisher/Tyler Klein/Sonny Mccauley/Hunter Yoakum

Match wins: Jovan Simmons-Taylor/Kyle Pennewill/Angus Yoakum/Dylan Shank

Next Up on Saturday is the Viper Duals and Sunday is the Mckim Tri-Meet.


Team Wins Leaders as of 1/17/11 This weekend everyone has the possibility of adding (7) more wins to there total.

Matt Wagner (14)
Gianni Hapsis (12)
Ben Wagner (12)
Sonny Mccauley (11)
Austin Mcccauley (8)
Hunter Yoakum (8)
Jake Tetlow (8)
Angus Yoakum (8)
Tyler Klein (8)
Dan Fisher (7)
Matt Galinn (7)
Jovan Simmons-Taylor (7)
Kyle Pennewill (6)

The Viper Duals



This event is one of my favorites, over the course of the day Perry Hall Wrestlers wrestled in over 125 matches this is the only event of this type that we participate in, it's tough competition and team orientated.
We had a number of good performances and a unfortunately a number of dreadful performances the first two team matches we were completely outclassed, the last three we were within a match of winning. Again as always though to win as a team every member needs to do there part which hasn't been the case this year, we have been the team of what should have been to this point.

Highlights of the day:

Tyler Klein repeats as weight class champion going 5-0 for the second straight year.

Matt Wagner went 4-1 running his career record at the event 10-1.

Jake Tetlow and Matt Galinn won 4 matches each.

Kyle Pennewill, Dan Fisher, Jovan Simmons-Taylor and Braedan Dorsey won 3 matches each.

Gianni Hapsis, Austin Mccauley, Kyle Zhong, William Bressner, Tyrell Armstrong, Tyler Medley and Angus Yoakum all won 2 matches on the day.

Matt Wagner (18)
Gianni Hapsis (14)
Ben Wagner (13)
Sonny Mccauley (12)
Austin Mcccauley (10)
Hunter Yoakum (8)
Jake Tetlow (12)
Angus Yoakum (10)
Tyler Klein (13)
Dan Fisher (10)
Matt Galinn (11)
Jovan Simmons-Taylor (9)
Kyle Pennewill (9)
Tyrell Armstong (8)
Kyle Zhong (7)
Braedan Dorsey (7)
William Bressner (7)



Mervo Tri Meet vs Mckim and Middle River

It's pretty obvious that the competition we saw on saturday definetly woke some guys up and did us a world of good as evidence of the results today.

Punishers crush Middle River 58-30 and Beat Mckim 43-42 on a tie breaker for most pins.

Great showing today, match of the day had to be Sonny vs Mckim in a 17-16 battle that ended as sonny was about to earn three back points, Sonny showed the result of sticking in the match after the guy jumped all over him to start the match, he kept batteling and closed the gap and almost pulled it out. It should be an inspiration to the rest of you.

Braedan Dorsey has decided he wants to be a wrestler he went 5-2 this weekend and his 2 losses were very close, He has turned the corner.

Matt Wagner won twice today and leads the team and has again made the 20 win club by notching his 19th and 20th of the season.

Austin Mccauley, Dan Fisher, Tyrell Armstrong, Jovan Simmons-Taylor and Matt Galinn all notched 2 wins today.

Wrestler of the Week:

Tyler Klein went a perfect 7-0 this weekend with 7 pins, He also has reached some milestones this weekend he is now in a 6th place tie all time on our all-time list and now has 90 career wins, His next win will put in in sole position of 6th place, The only question is can he reach 100 before the season is over?

Team Wins Leaders:
Matt Wagner (20)
Tyler Klein (15)
Gianni Hapsis (14)
Ben Wagner (13)
Matt Galinn (13)
Sonny Mccauley (13)
Jake Tetlow (12)
Austin Mccauley (12)
Dan Fisher (12)
Jovan Simmons-Taylor (11)
Angus Yoakum (11)
Tyrell Armstrong (10)
Kyle Pennwill (10)
Braedan Dorsey (9)
Hunter Yoakum (8)
Kyle Zhong (8)
William Bressner (8)

We have 13 wrestlers with 10 or more wins and 4 that are almost at 10, i can't remember the last time we had so many guys with that many wins in the same season, it shows consistancy. The Goal of 20 is within reach for several of you and you will go down in our all time record book.

Matt Wagner needs to win 14 more this year in order to pass Gordon Reilley on the all-time list.

Avenue News Article

A Day At South Carroll

Between our No Shows and Choke Artist routine it was a very grey day for the team. A complete ass whoopin' is the best way to describe it, almost embarrassing the day after we get nice write up in the newspaper.

Not to Dwell on the obvious let's just look at the very few highlights:

Angus Yoakum / Braedan Dorsey and Matt Wagner were the only wrestlers who accumulated team points with 2 falls and a tech fall.

Kyle Pennewill and Ben Wagner won in exhibition competition.

Matt Wagner ran his win total to 22 this season.


GOOD LUCK TOMMOROW APPARANTLY WE NEED IT!

Hawks Invitational

William Bressner (50#) and Jovan Simmons-Taylor (165) added there names into the Hall of Champions by Winning their weight classes at the HAWKS INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT. and are our wrestlers of the Week.

Other Place Winners:
Kyle Pennewill 5th / Nolan Klado 6th / Jake Tetlow 3rd / Ryan Covahey 3rd and Matt Wagner was Runner-Up.

Jovan also wrestled in the 200# class and took second in that division.

Team Wins Leaders 1/31/11

Matt Wagner 24
Tyler Klein 15
Jake Tetlow 15
Jovan Simmons-taylor 15
Gianni Hapsis 14
Ben Wagner 14
Kyle Pennewill 13
Matt Galinn 13
Sonny Mccauley 13
William Bressner 12
Angus Yoakum 12
Austin Mccauey 12
Dan Fisher 12
Tyrell Armstrong 11
Braedan Dorsey 10

MSWA Age/Weight Regionals

Aberdeen, Md the Innagural MSWA Northern Regionals took place and we advanced 8 out 10 Wrestlers to the Age/Weight State Tournament on Feb 20th

Place Winners:

12 and Under Division:
Tyler Klien 3rd Place 85#
Dylan Shank 3rd Place 105#
Josh Tetlow 2nd Place 122#

14 and Under Division
Sonny Mcccauley 4th Place
Matt Galinn 3rd Place
Matt Wagner 3rd Place
Kyle Pennewill 2nd Place
Jake Tetlow 1st Place

Good Wrestling By most of our guys, Sonny had an outstanding final match where he won 18-9 over an Owings Mills wrestler who defeated Matt Galinn.

Tyler Klein and Matt Wagner Wrestled strong going 4-1 in the Tournaments toughest weight classes both finishing 3rd place


Teams Wins Leaders as of 2/5/11

Matt Wagner 28
Tyler Klein 19
Jake Tetlow 16
Jovan Simmons-taylor 15
Gianni Hapsis 14
Ben Wagner 14
Matt Galinn 14
Sonny Mccauley 14
Kyle Pennewill 13
William Bressner 12
Angus Yoakum 12
Austin Mccauey 12
Dan Fisher 12
Tyrell Armstrong 11
Braedan Dorsey 10




Mcdonogh Wrestling Festival End of Regular Season

Congratulations on completition of the Regular Season, a good day of wrestling where we avenged our team loss to mcdonogh and defeated lansdowne before finishing with a competitive match vs mt. airey i think almost every single wrestler won a match today, very good job on the season. Next weekend is the MSWA Age/Weight States for those who qualified and then we have the MJWL Navy/Lehigh Championships on the first Saturday and Sunday in March with anyone who places in the top 6 advances to the MD/VA states, The team portion of the season is now over, this is about your individual achievements from here out! GOOD LUCK

Wrestler of the Week: Angus Yoakum went 2-0 with 2 wins by pin.

Wins Leaders Going into the POST SEASON AS FOLLOWS:

Matt Wagner 31
Tyler Klein 22
Jake Tetlow 17
Jovan Simmons-taylor 16
Gianni Hapsis 14
Ben Wagner 17
Matt Galinn 16
Sonny Mccauley 16
Kyle Pennewill 14
William Bressner 13
Angus Yoakum 14
Austin Mccauley 13
Dan Fisher 13
Tyrell Armstrong 11
Braedan Dorsey 12
Hunter Yoakum 11


**** MATT HAS REACHED THE 30 WIN CLUB AND NEEDS 3 MORE WINS TO PASS GORDON REILLEY ON THE ALL-TIME LIST, HE HAS A CHANCE IF HE CAN PLACE IN ALL THREE YEAR END TOURNAMENTS TO MAKE 40 WINS THIS SEASON.

*** TYLER HAS MADE THE 20 WIN CLUB FOR THE 3rd TIME in 4 YEARS AND IS INCHING HIS WAY TO 100 FOR HIS CAREER, HE HAS A SHOT AT 30 THIS YEAR WITH A STRONG FINISH

** EVERYONE THAT IS IN THE NEXT GROUP FROM 17-13 WINS NEEDS TO FINISH STRONG TO MAKE THE RECORD BOOKS!



MSWA AGE/WEIGHT STATE TOURNAMENT

GOOD JOB to Our Small Group of Wrestlers 3 out of 7 that advance placed among the top 6 and all 7 were around after the first elimination rounds took place.


Sonny Mccauley, Kyle Pennewill and Matt Galinn earned some quality mat time that hopefully they learn from and each gained a victory at the event.

Tyler Klein advanced from the 13th seeded position and knocked off the #5 ranked wrestler finishing in 6th place. Tyler has reached 99 Wins on his career and his next win will put him at the magical 100 MARK

Jake Tetlow earned 2 victories including a win over the Warhawks to guarantee his 6th place finish.

Matt Wagner also seeded on 13th went 4-2 and finished 4th he won 4 matches by pin along the way. Matt's 4 victories today puts him in a 10th place tie with 61 on his career with Ryan Howard who was a former 4th place finisher at the Md/Va.


Wins Leaders as of 2/21/11


Matt Wagner 35
Tyler Klein 24
Jake Tetlow 19
Ben Wagner 17
Matt Galinn 17
Sonny Mccauley 17
Jovan Simmons-Taylor 16
Kyle Pennewill 15
Giani Hapsis 14
Angus Yoakum 14
William Bressner 13
Austin Mccauley 13
Dan Fisher 13
Braedan Dorsey 12
Hunter Yoakum 11
Tyrell Armstrong 11
Kyle Zhong 10

MJWL NAVY / LEHIGH CHAMPIONSHIPS

This weekend is the main event and the moment we have spent the entire season working towards.

The 52nd Annual M.J.W.L. Navy/Lehigh Championships at Perry Hall High School. Welcome to the "BIG DANCE"

Good Luck to all our wrestlers, leave nothing on the mat this weekend. Do everything in your power to achieve victory and win or lose hold your head up.

SET UP IS FRIDAY NIGHT BETWEEN 7:30pm and 9:00pm at PHHS................
100% participation is requested in order to set up mats, concession area, scoretables etc.

Saturday Weigh In is 7am to 8am
Wrestling will begin at 9:15 (APPROX.)

If you advance to Day 2 Sunday weigh in is at 7am to 8am with a 1lb. allowance.........i.e 50 lbs. becomes 51 lbs. etc.......

Those who place in the TOP 6 will recieve a nice PLAQUE and advance to the MAU CHAMPIONSHIPS on Sunday March 13th at OLD MILL HIGH SCHOOL.

Our Wrestlers - Weight Class and Seeding

50lbs. Kyle Zhong #4
50lbs. Ryan Covahey #3
55lbs. William Bressner #8
55lbs. Giani Hapsis #13
55lbs. Jason Shank #11
60lbs. Jessika Tetlow #10
60lbs. Joe Lytle #11
70lbs. Ben Wagner #10
75lbs. Austin Mccauley #9
75lbs. Maximus Zdziera #11
85lbs. Tyler Klein #5
90lbs. Tyrell Armstrong #9
90lbs. Dan Fisher #14
95lbs. Hunter Yoakum #8
105lbs. Dylan Shank #14
110lbs. Angus Yoakum #9
115lbs. Sonny Mccauley #9
115lbs. Matt Galinn #10
115lbs. Braedan Dorsey #11
122lbs. Matt Wagner #2
130lbs. Josh Tetlow #10
165lbs. Jovan Simmons-Taylor #2
185lbs. Tyler Medley #3
185lbs. Nolan Klado #4
200lbs. Jake Tetlow #1
200lbs. Kyle Pennewill #2

A note about Seedings (Seeding are just a starting point, they don't mean much beyond that) It's not where you start it's where you finish........

Matt and Tyler were both 13th seeds at MSWA and both placed, I've seen guys seed #1 get knocked off in the first or second round from time to time. What you need to do is show up, give it your all and do not be intimidated by anyone.

MJWL REGIONAL RESULTS

A LONG WEEKEND DREW TO A CLOSE ON SUNDAY AT PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL WITH THE PUNISHER QUALIFYING (7) WRESTLERS TO NEXT WEEKENDS STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS AT OLD MILL WE ALSO HAVE 2 ALTERNATES PROVIDING SOMEONE CANNOTT ATTEND!

THIS WEEK WE WILL PRACTICE WITH THE EAST SIDE TEAMS AT GOLDEN RING MIDDLE SCHOOL ON TUES, WED, AND THURS. 6:30 - 8:30pm TO GET READY FOR STATES!


THOSE WHO MADE IT THROUGH!
Kyle Zhong 50lbs (3rd Place)
Ryan Covahey 50lbs (4th Place)
Jovan Simmons-Taylor 165lbs (1st Place)
Nolan Klado 185lbs(2nd Place)
Kyle Pennewill 200lbs (2nd Place)

Jake Tetlow 200lbs (Champion)
Matt Wagner 122lbs (Runner-Up)


Alternates
Matt Galinn 115lbs
Tyler Klein 85lbs

It's too bad we didn't get awarded 7th and 8th place because we had a number of guys in that round who just missed placing including Tyler Klein, Matt Galinn, Braedan Dorsey, Josh Tetlow, Angus Yoakum and Dylan Shank maybe next season you will break into that elite group.

We also had 4 kids miss weight and ended their season on a dissapointing note.

Matt Wagner was also awarded the Prestigeous Thomas B. Shaffenacker Award at the Beginning of the tournament. With his 3 wins this weekend Matt has moved to #10 on the all-time wins lists.

Tyler Klein hit a career milestone over the weekend securing 2 more victories and went over the CENTURTY MARK and currently has 101 career wins.

Jake Tetlow won our first title since 2007 and reached the 20 win club for the first time in his career by winning in the finals at 200#


Season Wins Leaders 3/7/11

Matt Wagner 38
Tyler Klein 26
Jake Tetlow 20
Matt Galinn 19
Ben Wagner 17
Sonny Mccauley 17
Jovan Simmons-Taylor 16
Kyle Pennewill 15
Giani Hapsis 14
Angus Yoakum 14
William Bressner 14
Austin Mccauley 13
Dan Fisher 13
Braedan Dorsey 13
Hunter Yoakum 12
Tyrell Armstrong 11
Kyle Zhong 11

2011-2012 Practice Agenda

FIRST PRACTICE OF 2011-2012 SEASON WILL BE AT PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL ON NOVEMBER 15th (TUESDAY) at 6:30PM IN THE LARGE ACTIVITY ROOM NEXT TO THE GYMNASIUM.

LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE CONDUCTED (MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A COPY OF YOUR CHILDS BIRTH CERTIFICATE WITH YOU) I DO NOT HAVE A COPY MACHINE IN THE WRESTLING ROOM) CURRENTLY WE HAVE 20 REGISTERED WRESTLERS AND 12 WHO ARE SUPPOSED TO COME ON THE 15th TO SIGN UP LATE WE WILL ACCEPT LATE REGISTRATIONS UNTIL DEC 1st (IF YOU KNOW ANYONE INTERESTED THEN LET THEM KNOW).

FIRST PRACTICE AGENDA:
- INTRODUCTIONS
- GENERAL OVERVIEW OF THE SEASON
(RULES OF WRESTLING, TEAM EXPECTATIONS,)
- TEAM WARM UP INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED

- WARM UP

FIRST 2 WEEKS OF PRACTICE -
- BASIC SKILLS INSTRUCTION AND DRILLING (7 Basic Skills)
Stance / Movement (TAKEDOWNS AND DEFENSE)
Level Changes (FOR TAKEDOWNS AND DEFENSE)
Penetration Step (FOR TAKEDOWNS)
Lifting (FOR TAKEDOWNS)
Back Step (FOR HEAD LOCKS AND THROWS)
Back Arch (FOR THROWS)
Hip Heist (HI LEG/LOW LEG FOR MAT WRESTLING)

- POSITION staying in position and getting the advantage position

- TECHNIQUE
Keeping and achieving inside control (neutral)
Hand Fighting (keeping good position
Hand Control from top and bottom
Leg Lace from top
Movement from bottom (proper postion)
Riding on top
Takedowns and Finishes
Escapes and Reversals
Pinning Compinations (TOP AND NEUTRAL POSITION)
Baiting
Mat and Clock Awareness
Chain / Combo Wrestling Techniques
Counter Wrestling

THE FIRST TWO WEEKS I INTEND TO CRAM EVERYONE WITH ALOT OF KNOWLEDGE AND HOPE SOME OF IT STICKS!

DO NOT WORRY WE WILL CONTINUALLY REVIEW AND REVISIT! WRESTLING SUCCESS IS BASED ON PRACTICE AND REPETITION! CREATING "MUSCLE MEMORY" IS ONLY ACHIEVED BY CONSTANTLY PRACTICING WHAT IS INSTRUCTED.

ONCE WE GET INTO DECEMBER PRACTICE WILL BE ADJUSTED TO ACCOMODATE INDIVIDUAL TECHNIQUE.

SEE OUR MAIN PAGE FOR FULL INFORMATION!

2011-2012 SEASON EVENTS (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

TENTATIVE EVENTS FOR THE UPCOMING 2011-2012 SEASON MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW:
* = OPTIONAL
** = MUST QUALIFY

Descriptions:
"DUAL MEETS" = Team vs Team weight class format usual 3 or 4 teams involved round robin style Team1 vs Team2 / Team 2 vs Team3 / Team1 vs Team3 (HOST SITE TBD ORDER DETERMINED BY HOST TEAM)

"Tournament" = Weight Class Double Elimination Bracketed Format (LOCATIONS VARY)

"Round Robin Tournament" = Madison age/weight round robin style 3 or 4 matches. (LOCATIONS VARY)

"DUALS OR DUAL TOURNAMENT" = TEAM VS TEAM WEIGHT CLASS FORMAT MULTIPLE ROUNDS (HOST SITE DETEMINES FORMAT AND ORDER)

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JANUARY PRACTICE SCHEDULE TO BE TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY

FEBRUARY PRACTICE SCHEDULE TO BE TUESDAY AND THURSDAY

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DECEMBER 3rd at PERRY HALL MIDDLE SCHOOL
WEIGH IN IS AT 9:30am
10:00am PERRY HALL VS REISTERSTOWN
11:30am WARRIORS VS REISTERSTOWN
1:00pm PERRY HALL VS WARRIORS

DECEMBER 4th at HEREFORD HIGH SCHOOL
Weigh in is at 10:00am
11:00am PERRY HALL VS HEREFORD
12:30pm PERRY HALL VS WOODLAWN


DECEMBER 10th at PERRY HALL MIDDLE SCHOOL
WEIGH IN IS AT 9:30am
10:00AM PERRY HALL VS Mckim
11:30AM MCKIM VS CENTAURS
1:00PM PERRY HALL VS Centaurs

DECEMBER 11th at FRANCIS SCOTT KEY HIGH SCHOOL
Weigh in at 10:00am
11:00am PERRY HALL VS Manchester
12:30pm PERRY HALL VS FSK

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DECEMBER 18th - PERRY HALL LITTLE 20 TOURNAMENT (OUR 10th YEAR) WE HOST THIS EVENT AT PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL DETAILS TO FOLLOW

DECEMBER 31st - PUNISHER ROUND ROBIN TOURNAMENT (OUR 5th YEAR) WE HOST THIS EVENT AT PERRY HALL MIDDLE SCHOOL
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JANUARY 7th and 8th - MANCHESTER HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT (A WRESTLERS ONLY) THERE IS A MINIMUM OF 10 WRESTLERS IN THIS TOURNAMENT TO FIELD A TEAM SO BASED ON INTEREST WE WILL DECIDE IF WE WILL ATTEND.

JANUARY 14th at LANSDOWNE HIGH SCHOOL
Weigh In is 1:30pm
2:30pm PERRY HALL VS MANCHESTER
4:00pm PERRY HALL VS LANSDOWNE

JANUARY 15th at MCDONOGH SCHOOL
Weigh in is at 9:30am
10:00am PERRY HALL VS MCDONOGH
11:30am PERRY HALL VS GOLDEN RING
(SIMULATNEOUSLY EXHIBITIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE 4-6 MATS WILL BE SET UP)


JANUARY 21st
at CHESAPEAKE B/C
Weigh in is at 12:00PM
1:00PM PERRY HALL VS ESP (SPARROWS POINT)
2:30PM PERRY HALL VS Middle River


JANUARY 29th GOLDEN RING INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT at OVERLEA HIGH SCHOOL THIS IS THE FINAL NOVICE EVENT OF THE SEASON


FEBRUARY 5th LOCATION PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL
*MDWAY REGION III QUALIFIER FOR MDWAY STATE AGE/WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIPS
TOP 4 IN EACH WEIGHT CLASS ADVANCE TO THE MDWAY STATE TOURNAMENT ON 2/26/12 at UMBC.



FEBRUARY 11th
At CHESAPEAKE B/C
Weight in at 12:00pm

MAT 1 MAT 2
1pm MR NAVY VS PH MT. AIREY VS MR LEHIGH
3pm ESP V MR NAVY PH VS MT. AIREY
5pm PH V ESP start @ 55 PH VS MR LEHIGH start @ 95

FEBRUARY 12th
At DAMASCUS FIRE HALL
Weigh in 11:00am
12:00pm PERRY HALL VS DAMASCUS
1:30pm PERRY HALL VS FRANCIS SCOTT KEY


FEBRUARY 18th
SHIPPENSBURG OPEN TOURNAMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA


FEBRUARY 25th - DUAL MEET CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR Maryland Junior Wrestling League


**FEBRUARY 26th - MDWAY AGE/WEIGHT STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS YOU MUST HAVE QUALIFIED FOR THIS EVENT AT THE REGION III QUALIFIER
LOCATION: U.M.B.C.




MARCH 3rd and 4th - MARYLAND JUNIOR WRESTLING LEAGUE - NAVY/LEHIGH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS HELD AGAIN THIS YEAR AT PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL (TOP 6 ADVANCE TO THE MAU CHAMPIONSHIPS THE FOLLOWING WEEK. STRAIGHT WEIGHT FORMAT! THIS EVENT IS THE MJWL MODIFIED STRAIGHT WEIGHT FORMAT AS WELL AS THE MAU EVENT THAT YOU ARE QUALIFYING FOR. THIS IS THE YEAR END TOURNAMENT UNLESS YOU ADVANCE TO THE MAU CHAMPIONSHIPS THE FOLLOWING WEEK



** MARCH 10th and 11th - MAU (MJWL/AAWL/UCWL) MARYLAND JUNIOR LEAGUES STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS SITE TBD DETAILS TO FOLLOW (THIS IS THE FINAL EVENT ON THE SCHEDULE)


ALL DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

SCRIMMAGE MATCH NOV 29th

WE WILL BE HAVING A LIVE SCRIMMAGE MATCH ON NOVEMBER 29th AT CHESAPEAKE HIGH SCHOOL IN ESSEX START TIME WILL BE 6:30PM WITH MIDDLE RIVER.

WRESTLERS WILL BE MATCHED UP BY THE COACHES AT THE FACILTY THE ATTEMPT IS TO GET EVERYONE 2 or 3 ACTUAL MATCHES IN A LIVE SITUATION BEFORE WE START OUR SEASON ON DECEMBER 3rd.

WE WILL ATTEMPT TO MATCH WRESTLERS UP BY SIZE AND ABILITY AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE THIS IS A GOOD WAY TO GET A FEEL FOR AN ACTUAL MATCH BEFORE WE GET STARTED.

REAL REFS WILL BE USED AND 4 MATCHES WILL BE GOING ON AT ONCE.

THIS HAS CHANGED OUR PRACTICE SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK.

MD WAY REGION III QUALIFIER

REGION III SIGN UP FORM

THE AGE/WEIGHT STATE TOURNAMENT SPONSORED BY MDWAY THIS YEAR WILL BE HELD AT UMBC in CATONSVILLE ON 2/26/12.

IN ORDER TO QUALIFY FOR THIS EVENT YOU MUST PLACE IN THE TOP 4 AT THE REGION III QUALIFIER.

THIS YEAR PERRY HALL WILL BE HOSTING THE QUALIFIER AT OUR HOME LOCATION ON FEBRUARY 5th, 2012.

THIS IS AN OPEN EVENT (MEANING THIS IS THE ONE TOURNAMENT THAT THE TEAM DOES NOT PAY FOR, HOWEVER ANYONE WHO ADVANCES TO THE STATE TOURNAMENT THE TEAM WILL PAY YOUR ADVANCEMENT FEE.) THIS IS AN AGE/WEIGHT TOURNAMENT WITH MANY AGE AND WEIGHT CATEGORIES THIS EVENT IS THE AGE/WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR BALTIMORE AND HOWARD COUNTIES.

CLICK THE LINK FOR THE PDF FORM.

Scrimmage Results @ Middle River

Tuesday Night at Chesapeake the Punishers visited Middle River for it's preseason scrimmage matches.

On hand were the M.W.O.A Trainees (Wrestling Officials) for evaluation night and as many of you noticed some of them are rather "green". But just like you wrestlers officials also need training and to start somewhere. Like many of you they will improve as they go.

I was pretty impressed by our performance last night where we faced middle rivers (A) Team and (B) Team and rather successfully I might add, It was alot of confusion and alot of wrestling with 4 Matches going on at the same time throughout the night.

From what i witnessed of our guys it looked like we ended up on the winning end of atleast 70% of the Matches.

Camyrn Grindle, Sonny Mccauley, and Tyler Klein wrestled the teams toughest competition and fared exceptionally with Camyrn Going 3-0, Sonny knocked off a state runner-up and Tyler came within 2 points of MJWL Outstanding wrestler.

I saw Quron Totally dominate his 2 matches, Hunter went 3-0, our lightweights all wrestled tough winning quite a few matches between Zach, Kyle and William. Tyreek, Tyrell, Brendan, Tyler C., Dylan all looked rather seasonsed for such a short period of time that we've been at it this year.

If last night is any indication and if we can keep everyone in different weights. I expect much success during this years Dual Meet Season.

MJWL ALL STAR EVENTS

The Maryland Junior Wrestling League (which we are part of) sponsors an all-star team that participates in the MCDONOGH DUALS which is a 2 day tournament at the end of January that consists of wrestling in 8 MATCHES against some of the toughest competition on the east coast. Their are 24 teams that attend this event and are sectioned into pools of 6 where each team will wrestle 5 matches and then the final 3 matches put you into the championship tournament where you compete against teams with like records from rounds 1 thru 5......

The teams who are participating in this years event include the following

1)CAWL Stars (MD / DC / VA)
2) Christiansburg (VA)
3) Delta Force (NJ)
4) Florida Heatwave Elite (FL)
5) Illinois Orange & Blue (IL)
6) Junior Terps (MD)
7) Malvern Wrestling (PA)
8) Mat-Town USA (PA)
9) MYWAY (MI)
10) NJ Desire (NJ)
11) NJ Strength (NJ)
12) Rob Waller's PA All American Wrestling Club (PA)
13) Roughneck Wrestling Club (PA)
14) Sanshiro Abe's Pitt Bull (PA)
15) Scorpions (NJ)
16) Team AAWL (MD)
17) Team Georgia (GA)
18) Team MJWL (Baltimore Metro Area)
19) Team VA Predator (VA)
20) Team Virginia (VA)
21) TNT National (NJ)
22) Tyrant Wrestling (DE)
23) Young Guns (PA)
24) Warhawks (MD)

The MJWL Team is selected in early january from the list of names submitted from the coaches of the 23 teams in our league those who are selected from this list will represent the MJWL in this event.

We have (4) wrestlers that have been nominated:

90lbs. Tyler Klein
100lbs. Camryn Grindle
112lbs. Quron Carter-Morris
130lbs. Sonny Mccauley

The selection committee will decide if any of our wrestlers will make the team..

Opening Weekend

December 4, 2011

Opening Weekend in the Maryland Junior Wrestling League saw our very own punishers take to the mats on saturday with 2 home matches and finishing up with a trip to the country with 2 matches at hereford on sunday.

Mixed Results was the theme on Both days but the team starts off the year winning 3 of the 4 matches starting the season 3-1.

Team Scores
PH 60 vs Warriors 33
PH 23 vs Reisterstown 57
PH 63 vs Hereford 28
PH 48 vs Woodlawn 46

I have no real explanation how we lost to Reisterstown because they tied the warriors, but match ups apparantly are critical and wrestling hard does make a difference.

It is of major importance that you stay off your backs during matches at all costs. That is the difference between 3 and 6 points and they add up quickly.

During the woodlawn match we wrestled sloppy yet got away with a win by the skin of our teeth.

Vs the Warriors and Hereford everyone looked great if we can wrestle like that every match we will be hard to beat.

Individual Standout Performances:

Camryn Grindle went 4-0 and his win vs Woodlawn not only stopped the bleeding after 8 straight losses but locked up the victory for the team.

Quron Morris went 5-0 in dominating fashion.

Tyrell Armstrong went 4-1 over the weekend, Sonny Mcccauley went 3-1, Tyler Klein went 3-1, William Bressner was 3-2, Alec Blume and Angus Yoakum went 3-1, Kyle Zhong / Hunter Yoakum / Dylan Shank / Dan Andino all won 2 matches over the weekend.

Others who recorded wins during the weekend were Pablo Thompson, Nolan Klado, Foster Jones, Brandon Okoniho, Max Zdziera, and Austin Mccauley.

Tyler Klein with his 3 wins this weekend now has recorded 104 wins in his wrestling career he needs 27 more this year to become 5th place on the all-time. Click on team records for our team statistics.

NEXT WEEKEND IT'S THE SAME THING SATURDAY HOME MATCHES VS CENTAURS AND MCKIM AND ON SUNDAY IT'S AT FRANCIS SCOTT KEY With FSK and MANCHESTER.


The Weekend of DEC 18th is our annual xmas tournament called the LITTLE 20 this is a free event but we ask wrestlers to come saturday night to set up the gym and we will need to work the score tables and concession stand on sunday......PHHS VARSITY will be sending some wrestlers to work the tables so that part of it may be covered......

Nolan Klado's mom is this years TEAM MOM and is in charge of organizing the concession. We ask our parents to donate to this in order to make a profit....She will be handing out a sign up sheet for everyone to participate everyone is asked to donate approximately the same amount. All non perishable concession products need to be brought to the high school on DEC 17th at 8pm for set up. Tournament information is posted on the wall of the practice room. What money the team raises during this event pays for all the other events that we enter.

Thanks,

Tournaments

We try to get as much wrestling in during the season as possible the goal is to get every wrestler as much mat time as possible.

We have scheduled several events to accomplish this which are listed on the schedule..........our regular season dual meets are required through the league but in addition to that we offer the following list of events. (since these are "extra" we/the team must pay for each wrestler entered) with that in mind if you elect to participate in any of these "EXTRA" events you are required to show up and make weight. If you sign up for a tournament and do not show up we will expect you to pay the entry fee.

These events on average cost us between $15-$20 per wrestler which we don't mind paying. but we don't like to just throw money away.

The only event we ask you to pay for is the MDWAY sponsored events which goes directly to the MDWAY Tournament Director.

HERE IS THE LIST OF TOURNAMENTS IN WHICH WE WILL PARTICIPATE IN THIS YEAR I NEED TO GET A SIMPLE YES OR NO FROM EACH OF YOU ABOUT YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND. THOSE WHO SAY YES WILL GET THE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

DEC 18th - THE PERRY HALL LITTLE 20 at PERRY HALL(OPEN TO ALL WRESTLERS)

DEC 31st - THE PUNISHER ROUND ROBIN at PERRY HALL(NOVICE AND B LEVEL WRESTLERS)

JAN 7th and 8th - THE MANCHESTER HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT at NORTH CARROLL (A LEVEL WRESTLERS)

JAN 29th - THE TOM DICARLO INVITATIONAL at OVERLEA (NOVICE WRESTLERS)

FEB 5th - THE MDWAY REGION III TOURNAMENT at PERRY HALL (OPEN TO ALL WRESTLERS Age/Weight FORMAT)

FEB 18th - THE MJWL Age/Weight Novice Tournament at FRANKLIN (THIS IS THE END OF YEAR TOURNAMENT FOR FIRST YEAR WRESTLERS 12 and Under)

FEB 25th - MDWAY AGE/WEIGHT STATES at UMBC (wrestlers who finished 1,2,3,4 at the REGION III TOURNAMENT QUALIFY

March 3rd and 4th - MJWL Navy/Lehigh Tournament at PERRY HALL (THIS IS THE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS THE TOP 6 ADVANCE TO THE MD JUNIOR LEAGUE STATE TOURNAMENT

March 10th and 11th - MD JUNIOR LEAGUE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS at GOOD COUNSEL PRIVATE SCHOOL in OLNEY (TOP 6 FROM THE NAVY-LEHIGH QUALIFY.)

I WILL ASK EACH OF YOU ABOUT THESE EVENTS AS THE COME UP.

Punishers Improve to 4-2 on Season after Mckim/Centaurs Tri-Meet

December 10th
Perry Hall Splits with Mckim and Centaurs to improve to 4-2 on the season.

PH 53 Mckim 39
PH 40 Centaurs 49

Both matches we lost this year we really could have won, i've seen some improvement from our new kids. staying off there backs and saving team points, but i also see the same knuckleheaded mistakes from some of our veterans and it's pretty troubling because it either means you don't pay attention or understand or even worse gives the appearance that you haven't been taught what to do (WHICH WE ALL KNOW IS NOT THE CASE.)

We have put ourselves in a CAN'T LOSE POSITION AS A TEAM FROM HERE ON OUT IF WE THINK WE HAVE ANY CHANCE OF MAKING THE TEAM DUAL MEET CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FEBRUARY. If we get a 3rd loss we are in one of those triangle positions and need help from other teams. We need to take care of our own matches and not leave it up to chance.

Match Highlights:
VS MCKIM - William Bressner started us off with a Pin victory his 4th of te season and is off to a good start, Wins in the middleweights from Hunter, Tyler, Camryn, Tyrell and Quron were key in securing the team victory. The heavyweights came through with wins by new comer Dondre Enells and Alec Blume to put the knights of mckim away for good. exhibition winners were Brendan Okohina, Colin Alexander, Tyler Chancey, Kyle Zhong and Patrick Sidelinger.

VS CENTAURS - William had a back and forth battle that could have went either way but ended up getting caught for the pin. Zac Packer recorded a victory on the A squad, Austin Mccauley and Tyler Klein also added to the team score which was tight right up to the last match. Camryn Grindle won by major decision in a very entertaining match that was a critical win in attempting to secure his spot on the MJWL all-star team. We got jambed up by the coin toss as Centaurs forfieted to Quron at 115# and because we could get the win at 122# we ended up on the short end of the team score. Had we been able to flip/flop those weight the match would have went to us, the heavy weights Alec Blume and Dondre Enells brought the end score to single digits.

I want to emphasize that every single individual match is important and counts for the team score. GETTING PINNED IS NOT ACCEPTABLE and NEVER HAS BEEN QUITE FRANKLY!

TOMMOROW IS FSK and MANCHESTER.......

Career Side not that we will be tracking all year TYLER KLEIN adds to his career wins total and now has 106 in his wrestling career. check the team records page for interesting side notes.

We also have a 20 plus win club that if you acheive 20, 30, 40 or more wins in a season you will be added to the ALL TIME HONORS PAGE...........

After tommorow's matches i will be keeping a ticker with everyones wins totals on the season.......

Punishers Sweep Manchester and Key improving to 6-2

December 11th:

Punishers sweep the tri-meet in carroll county over both manchester and francis scott key to run it's record to 6-2 on the season. We will wrestle both these teams again this season so a chance to improve for those who fell short will come again.

Team Scores
PH 48 FSK 41
PH 54 Manchester 35

A note about dual meets again, it is the position of the coach to put the team in the best position to win period. Each wrestler must do his job during his match in order to help the team win. Tournaments are your time for individual achievement! I don't want to hear anyone complain about wrestling up a weight class or against a better kid we all have done it at one time or another and it's a team match the goal is to win as a team. The actual rule is you can wrestle up (2) weight classes which is a change from years ago where that rule didn't exist at all. Believe me when i say that i want everyone of our kids to succeed and will not send kids out in a position that risks injury. losses are part of the sport and the reality is noone on the team wrestled more then 7 lbs above their weight in any match this weekend for team points. you all wrestle up 2, 3, or 4 weight classes in practice so to make excuses about giving up 4 lbs to a kid is just a copout. It's all about getting on the mat and helping the team to win.........


Vs Manchester William got our first win on the day and then once tyler took the mat the route was on with Back to Back to Back pins by Tyler, Hunter and Camryn. Then 6 point victories by Quron, Dylan, Angus, Alec and Dondre finished off the match in convincing fashion. Exhibition winners were Foster Jones, Tyler Chancey, and William Bressner.

Vs FSK we started off with wins by Zac Packer and Kyle Zhong then Pablo Thompson. Austin Mccauley recorded the quickest pin of the year so far by finishing off his opponent in just (33) Seconds, Colin Alexander continued with a victory before we ran into (3) very winable matches that our guys Tyler, Hunter and Camryn all lost mentally. Hunter and Tyler both had leads and pin moves locked up before having mental lapses. (Do not hang your head over the guys back when you are on top, i've been saying lace a leg for years to both of you. And you don't do a suicide cradle in the middle of the mat Tyler if you had gotten out to the side and sat back like i know that you understand how to do it you would have pinned him instead of getting reversed. As for Camryn you weighed in at 99.1 you opponent weighed in at 104.0 so you can save the excuses and whinning about weight you were beat before you walked out on the mat.) Continuing Patrick wrestled a tough match losing 3-1 before Quron put us ahead for good with another dominating victory at 122lbs. Angus, ALec and Dondre followed up with wins to secure the victory. This match was a good example of the rest of the guys stepping up when our captains didn't get it done.

Another thing that needs to change is the 4 or 5 guys that we have that throw temper tantrums on the mat or after the match. This is not acceptable and if it continues i will replace captains, sit you out or come up with something else. And there is no arguing with a referee during or after a match if you do that in a tournament you will get disqualified and be sent home. Save the bad attitude for somewhere else, making a scene during a match is not only embarrassing it's just plain silly.

Wrestlers of the Week:
TYLER CHANCEY in his first year went 2-0 on the weekend.

Quron Carter-Morris won (4) more matches to improve to 9-0 on the year.

Austin Mccauley recorded the FASTEST PIN OF THE SEASON vs FSK (33) seconds.

NEXT SUNDAY IS THE PERRY HALL LITTLE 20 XMAS TOURNAMENT DETAILS WILL BE EXPLAINED ON TUESDAY.

Little 20 Tournament

DEC 18th:

THE 2011 LITTLE 20 XMAS TOURNAMENT RESULTS:

The Punishers flooded the brackets at the annual little 20 xmas tournament entering 37 wrestlers into the field which featured 16 teams from around the state of maryland. At the end of the day the PUNISHERS came away with the 2nd place team plaque equaling last years performance.

This years tournament was the biggest one so far with 286 wrestlers entered.


Team Results:
1.) MCKIM
2.) PUNISHERS
3.) Manchester
4.) Middle River
5.) NBWC
6.) Centaurs
7.) Golden Ring
8.) Warriors
9.) Boys Latin
10.) Vipers
11.) Spartans
12.) Dundalk
13.) Reisterstown
14.) Lansdowne
15.) Generals
16.) Old Mill

Perry Hall Place Winners:

CHAMPIONS:
110# QURAN CARTER-MORRIS

RUNNER UP:
94# HUNTER YOAKUM
175# DAN ANDINO
145# JOSH BENZIG

BRONZE MEDAL:
94# TYREEK DICKERSON
145# DONDRE ENNELLS
HWT FOSTER JONES

FOURTH PLACE:
100# CAMRYN GRINDLE
88# TYLER KLEIN
56# KYLE ZHONG
76# BRENDEN HOLLINSWORTH

FIFTH PLACE:
55# WILLIAM BRESSNER
125# SONNY MCCAULEY
126# CRISTIAN VASQUEZ-PEREZ
145# ALEC BLUME

Golden Ring Tournament List and Information

TOURNAMENT INFORMATION:

5th Annual Tom DiCarlo Memorial Tournament
Date: January 29, 2012 (Tournament is limited to the first 300 wrestlers)
Location: Overlea High School 5401 Kenwood Ave.. Baltimore, Md. 21237
Directions: from 695 take the MD.-7 E. exit-Exit 34 -Take the MD-7 west ramp, right towards Rosedale, follow to first light Golden Ring road, make a right, next light, Kenwood ave. , make a right. School is approx. ½ mile on left. Enter by main entrance at front of school, follow steps down to first floor
Weigh-ins: TOTS (Born 2005 or earlier ) 7:30 – 8:30 AM sharp
BANTAM (Born 2004 or 2003 ) 7:30 – 8:30 AM sharp
MIDGET (Born 2002 or 2001 ) 9:30 - 10:30 AM sharp
JUNIOR (Born 2000 or 1999 ) 11:00 - 12:00 PM sharp
SCHOOL BOY (Born 1998 or 1997 ) 11:00 - 12:00 PM sharp
Wrestling Starts: TOTS 9:00 AM
BANTAM 9:00 AM
MIDGET 11:00 AM
JUNIOR 12:30 PM
SCHOOL BOY 12:30 PM


(MAKE SURE YOU ARE AT THE WEIGH IN AT THE CORRECT TIME FOR YOUR AGE GROUP)


PERRY HALL WRESTLERS
Zach Packer
Ryder Pusinsky
William Bressner
Kyle Zhong
Malachi Fowler
Pablo Thompson
Brendan Hollingsworth
Tyler Chancey
Colin Alexander
Lucas Thompson
Tyreek Dickerson
Hunter Yoakum
Patrick Sidelinger
Dylan Shank
Nolan Klado
Maurice Allen
Noah Squires-Rogers
Cristian Vasquez-Perez

(IF YOU ARE NOT ON THIS LIST IT'S BECAUSE YOU HAVE NOT TURNED IN THE FORM OR YOU ARE GOING TO THE MANCHESTER TOURNAMENT)

Manchester Tournament Update Day 1

Day 1 update:

Very long day our wrestlers won 25 matches on saturday as we finished with a bang as Dondre finished off his middle river opponent on the last match of the evening!

The punisher return 8 wrestlers on Sunday who will place a
somewhere among the top 6 which place to be determined

Making it to the Championship Finals are Dan Andino, Quran Carter, and Josh Benzig!

Still in the hunt for 3rd place are Alec Blume, Nolan Klado, Camryn Grindle, William Bressner, And Dondre Ennels!

Others who won matches but came up short of placing were Patrick Sidelinger, Sonny McCauley, Tyrell Armstrong, Kyle Zhong, Tyler Klein who got his 111 career win, and Austin McCauley who won 3 matches on the day!

2011 PUNISHER ROUND ROBIN

Another Successful and Great event at good old Perry Hall High School on New Years Eve. The round robin event has become very popular with it's age/weight and three matches in 4 hours schedule.

Some of the weight classes were very tough and most of them were very competitive.....congratulations to our wrestlers who showed up and wrestled there butts off.....

For those who couldn't make you missed out on a golden opportunity.


Individual Bracket Champions:
Kyle Zhong
Hunter Yoakum
Quran Carter-Morris
Josh Benzig
Dan Andino
Brendan Hollingsworth

Silver Medalists:
Ryder Pusinsky
William Bressner
Camryn Grindle
Austin Mcccauley
Colin Alexander
Tyreek Dickerson
Nolan Klado
Jamaal Bryan
Patrick Sidelinger

Next Up is the Manchester Holiday Tournament January 7th and 8th

January Practice Schedule will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

This week is the start of the new year and the start of what i call wrestlings second season...up till this point it was an acclamation period for the new wrestlers and a tune up for the veterans......January 1st marks the beginning of the 8 week road to the STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS!

It's time to pick up the intensity.

TEAM RECORD UPDATE

January 6, 2012

AFTER MJWL STATISTICIAN REVIEW OF ELIGIBILITY IT APPEARS THE CENTAURS MATCH RESULT HAS BEEN OVERTURNED DUE TO USE OF AN INELIGIBLE WRESTLER.............

OUR CURRENT RECORD IS NOW 7-1
and 7-0 IN THE MJWL NAVY DIVISION


CORRECTED TEAM SCORES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

*PH 23 vs REISTERSTOWN LEHIGH 57*
PH 60 vs WARRIORS 33
PH 63 vs HEREFORD 28
PH 54 vs WOODLAWN 40
PH 59 vs MCKIM 33
PH 46 vs CENTAURS 43
PH 54 vs MANCHESTER 35
PH 48 vs FSK 41


WE CURRENTLY HAVE THE FOLLOWING DUAL MEETS LEFT ON THE SCHEDULE

PH VS LANSDOWNE
PH VS MANCHESTER
PH VS MCDONOGH
PH VS GOLDEN RING
PH VS MIDDLE RIVER
PH VS SPARROWS POINT
PH VS DAMASCUS
PH VS FSK
*PH VS MT.AIREY LEHIGH*
*PH VS MIDDLE RIVER LEHIGH*

* = NON DIVISION MATCH

WHAT THIS MEAN IS IF WE CAN CONTINUE OUR CURRENT PATH WE WILL MAKE THE TEAM DUAL MEET CHAMPIONSHIPS ON FEBRUARY 25th

And lets break this down honestly.............. the only way on this earth that middle river, golden ring, manchester, lansdowne, sparrows point and fsk have a chance to beat us is if a bomb goes off in the weigh in room before the match and we still might win if 7 or 8 guys can crawl out on the mat and wrestle.....so the season is going to come down to us vs MCDONOGH and us vs DAMASCUS

IN ORDER TO BE COMPETITIVE AT THE DUAL MEET CHAMPIONSHIPS BECAUSE THEY DO NOT DO EXHIBITION MATCHES AT THAT(WE WILL ONLY USE 1 WRESTLER PER WEIGHT CLASS IF WE MAKE IT....)

IT WOULD BE A GOOD IDEA IF WE SHORED UP OUR WEIGHT CLASSES FOR THAT EVENT MEANING IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT DROPPING DOWN TO A DIFFERENT WEIGHT CLASS YOU NEED TO START WORKING TOWARDS IT..........

WE RIGHT NOW DO NOT HAVE A 65lber or 70lber that can make weight regularly the spot is there at those weights for anyone who wants it..............

CURRENTLY at 150 we have 2 guys that are solid and our 140lber weight 133 and our 130lber weight 124-125 it might benefit you for lets say one of the 150lbers who weight 146 to think about 140 and the 133 guy to think about going 130 and then the 124 guy to think about 122...............i'm not telling you what to do but if we want the strongest possible lineup for that event i am laying out that line up below if you think you can challenge for that spot let me know and we will do wrestle offs in mid-february for this event..

The Weight classes would be as follows:

55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
107
115
122
130
140
150

ALL THESE SPOTS ARE OPEN FOR WRESTLE OFF THE BEST KID AT EACH WEIGHT WILL REPRESENT THE TEAM!

Manchester Day 2 Conclusion / Explanation Point!

On a mild winter morning the battle tested Punishers who made it through the ringer of day 1 of the Manchester tournament arrived with high expectations! While many of our wrestlers were not present for this very tough event, and many fell short along the way on day 1 the Elite Eight who made it performed well.......

Day 2 began with William Bressner, who in only his 2nd year is probably the most enthusiastic wrestler on the team as well as our smallest but he packs a big punch going 4-2 for the tournament and taking home 5th place.

Camryn Grindle battled his way to 4th place going through a very tough bracket finishing 3-2 with a very close consolation final match for the bronze.

Nolan Klado got a pin in his third place match to reach the awards podium against a Warhawks wrestler.

Alec Blume a rookie was a very impressive 3-2 on his way to his 5th place finish and got revenge in his final match by pinning the wrestle who knocked him into the consolation bracket.

Mr. Excitement Dondre Ennels had probably 2 of the 3 most exciting matches of the tournament after his heart stopping victory to make it back to the second day, He went on to entertain the crowd by winning 2 more matches the last one was a barn burner that Dondre held on to win by 12-11.

Dan Andino quitely made his way to the finals and finished in second place in a very competitive championship match and is inching closer to that top spot at 165.

Josh Benzig had a great tournament winning all of his matches by pin and took home the championship at 150 against a very tough wrestler from the warriors in the finals.

Quran Carter-Morris had the match of the tournament vs defending state champion Logan Garland.......After being only given the #6 seed which is amazing to me since Quran has rattled off a 17-0 record prior to the event..........Well make it 21-0 now as he dismantled the #11, #3 and #2 seeded wrestlers on his way to a showdown of epic porportions......Quran started off fast and a scramble took place for about 45 seconds of the first period then Quran got caught by Garland who went up 2-0 and then put Quran on his back for a few seconds it looked bleak but time ran out and Quran started the second period behind for the first time this year in a 5-0 deficit......Quran took nuetral and did his thing after a couple out of bounds scrambles the mixer was the move that doomed his opponent and Quran secured the pinfall with about 20 seconds left in period #2....After the tournament Quran was voted the TOURNAMENTS MOST OUTSTANDING WRESTLER!

The Team Finished 6th out of 16 teams and had a few more guys wrestled to their seed we would have been 3rd...........congrats to those who came saw and kicked ass.

ALL STAR SELECTIONS

ON JANUARY 28th and 29th MCDONOGH SCHOOL HOSTS A NATIONAL DUAL MEET CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT THAT HAS 24 TEAMS FROM ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES

IT IS PROBABLY THE TOUGHEST YOUTH WRESTLING TOURNAMENT TOP TO BOTTOM I'VE EVER SEEN OUT OF THE 24 TEAMS MARYLAND USUALLY FIELDS (5).

THE MJWL ALL STARS
THE CAWL ALL STARS
THE AAWL ALL START
THE JR.TERPS
THE WARHAWKS

USUALLY THE MARYLAND TEAMS FINISH SOMEWHERE BETWEEN 15th and 22nd place at THIS EVENT...........

AT THIS EVENT EACH TEAM COMPETES IN 5 DUAL MEETS VS IT'S PREDETERMINED POOL AND BASED ON THOSE RESULTS YOU MOVE INTO A PLACEMENT POOL FOR 3 ADDITIONAL MATCHES FOR A TOTAL OF 8 MATCHES.


THIS YEAR REPRESENTING THE MJWL ALL-STARS AT
112# PLUS 2lb ALLOWANCE SO 114# is the actual weight is Quran Carter-Morris

IN ADDITION TO THAT
JOSH BENZIG WILL BE WRESTLING FOR THE ILLINOIS NATIONAL TEAM TO FILL A VACANT SPOT AT 154#

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOTH OF THEM.

THERE WILL BE ALL STAR PRACTICE AT LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD FOR THOSE 2 WRESTLERS ON JANUARY 19th and 26th (INSTEAD OF PERRY HALL)

TYLER KLEIN AND CAMRYN GRINDLE SHOULD ALSO ATTEND THOSE PRACTICES..........

Punishers Keep On Rolling To 9-1 at Lansdowne

And the Train Keeps a Rollin, Today at Lansdowne the Punishers jumped all over Manchester and Lansdowne improving to 9-1 on the season with two more dual meet wins.....

PH 75 MANCHESTER 15
PH 58 LANSDOWNE 34

Despite a slightly banged up starting line-up from last weeks manchester tournament the #2 and #3 wrestlers stepped right up and showed their stuff.

Most impressive was Tyreek Dickerson filling in for Camryn Grindle who secured 2 pin fall victories and clinched the manchester match with his win, Other rookies scoring dual meet victories were Pablo Thompson, Colin Alexander, Maurice Allen and Kyle Matheny who all stepped up during the Lansdowne Match with Key victories......

Malachi Fowler recorded his first career pin against lansdowne and our heavyweights were outstanding led by Dondre Ennels and Josh Benzig both went 2-0 with wins by Pin and Alec Blume, Quran Carter-Morris and Sonny Mccauley both recorded 6 point victories.......

In the Middle weights vs Manchester Tyler Klein, Hunter Yoakum and Austin Mccauley all won by pinfall......Tyrell Armstrong added 2 more wins to his total including a tough fought 9-5 win vs Manchester.

William Bressner went 3-0 on the day with 2 dominating wins and a very exciting come from behind win vs lansdowne.

ELEVEN IN A ROW

The Punisher Express Keeps on Truckin' on Sunday at Mcdonogh School in Owings Mills......

The Punishers beat Golden Ring so badly it was like they weren't even there with a shut out of 90-0 followed up with a decisive victory over the host Mcdonogh 66-17 along with several exhibition matches vs woodlawn and the spartans it was a day of domination.

Team Scores:
PH 90 GOLDEN RING 0
PH 66 Mcdonogh 17

Individual Standouts and Wrestler of the Week is
William Bressner who went 7-0 this weekend adding 4 more victories and becoming the second member of the 20 win club this season running his total to (21) so far this year.

Others who wrestled well Dylan Shank and Patrick Sidelinger bounced back from yesterday and both went 2-0 today.

Tyler Klein, Hunter Yoakum, Tyrell Armstrong, Tyreek Dickerson, Josh Benzig, Sonny Mccauley, Pablo Thompson, Dondre Ennels, Alec Blume, Jamal Bryan, Tyler Chancey, Dan Andino, Zach Packer, Austin Mccauley, Kyle Matheny, Kyle Zhong, Angus Yoakum and Lucios Thompson all recorded victories...........

Congrats Next weekend at Middle River is a chance to run the win streak to 13 in a row........ Check the CHAT ROOM FOR THE WINS LEADER UPDATE.

Tyler Klein now has 115 Career Wins and Hunter Yoakum Stands at 54 and is closing in on #12 on the all-time list.

SHIPPENSBURG OPEN

February 18th at SHIPPENSBURG AREA HIGH SCHOOL
Those that attended and placed:

Cristian Vasquez-Perez (2nd)
Camryn Grindle (4th)
Sonny McCauley (3rd)
Tyler Chancey (4th)

Golden Ring Results and Mcdonogh All Star Duals

Josh and Quran represented Perry Hall at the MCDONOGH ALL STAR DUALS over the weekend and had it rough.....but they both won some matches got some valuable experience....

Josh Benzing Won 3 Matches for Team Illinois
and Quran Carter-Morris Won 2 Matches for the MJWL team.......

Good Job I know it was a tough one......



GOLDEN RING'S TOM DICARLO TOURNAMENT RESULTS:

CHAMPIONS
William Bressner
Kyle Zhong
Hunter Yoakum
Tyler Chancey
Pablo Thompson
Tyreek Dickerson
Jamaal Bryan

SILVER MEDAL
Ryder Pusinsky
Max Zdziera
Kyle Matheny
Cristian Vasques-Perez
Nolan Klado
Patrick Sidelinger
Colin ALexander
Malachi Fowler

BRONZE MEDAL
Brendan Hollingsworth
Dylan Shank
Lucas Thompson

FOURTH PLACE
Zach Packer
Noah Squires-Rogers


CONGRATS: UPCOMING SUNDAY THE 5th MDWAY REGIONALS AT PERRY HALL WEIGH IN SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE SCHOOL ALONG WITH MAT SET UP............REGULAR PRACTICE THIS WEEK TUESDAY AND THURSDAY.

MDWAY Regionals

At the region 3 Mdway age and weight qualifiers our punishers wrestled well And while a number of our wrestlers were taking the weekend off to relax and study up on there school work those who can do those things and wrestle faired well!

15 wrestlers qualified for the Mdway Age/weight State championships at UMBC at the end of the month!

Achieving Individual advancement were
Nolan Klado 2nd place
Austin McCauley 2nd place
Hunter Yoakum 2nd place
Quran Carter 3rd place
Dondre Enells 3rd place
Tyler Klein 2nd place
Tyler Chancey 3rd place
Somny McCauley 3rd place
Malachi Fowler 1st place
Josh Benzing 2nd place
Zach Packer 1st place
Christian Vasquez-Perez 2nd place
William Bressner 3rd place
Max ZdZièra 2nd place
Foster Jones 3rd place

For those who didn't place high enough too advance better luck next year your time will come!

For those who didn't wrestle in the event all I can say is hope you had a fun filled day and it was well worth whatever it is you were involved with!

Punishers Down Spartans 60-28

The Punishers downed the ESP Spartans during our weeknight make up match on Tuesday Night by a score of 60-28 improving on our season record to 12 Wins and 1 Loss.


Everyone wrestled well that had the opportunity even in defeat the guys who lost kept the matches reasonably close.


Recording Victories were
William Bressner
Tyler Klein
Tyler Chancey
Hunter Yoakum
Brandon Hollingsworth
Max Zdziera
Quran Carter-Morris
Dylan Shank
Sonny Mccauley
Alec Blume
Dondre Ennels


Team Wins Leaders going into the final weekend of the regular season:
William Bressner (29)
Quran Carter-Morris (26)
Josh Benzing (19)
Alec Blume (19)
Hunter Yoakum (18)
Dondre Ennels (17)
Kyle Zhong (16)
Camryn Grindle (16)
Tyler Klein (16)
Sonny McCauley (16)
Tyreek Dickerson (13)
Dan Andino (12)
Austin Mccauley (12)
Tyrell Armstrong (11)
Patrick Sidelinger (10)
Dylan Shank (9)
Nolan Klado (8)
Angus Yoakum (8)
Pablo Thompson (8)
Jamaal Bryan (8)
Max Zdziera (8)
Tyler Chancey (8)
Colin ALexander (7)
Cristian Vasquez-Perez (6)
Foster Jones (5)
Ryder Pusinsky (5)
Malachi Fowler (5)
Zachary Packer (5)
Kyle Matheny (5)
Brendan Hollingsworth (5)
Lucas Thompson (3)
Maurcie Allen (1)


* with (5) regular season matches left until tournament time we have a number of wrestlers that have a shot to make the hall of fame for this season. Check our wins club section in our all-time records section and our team records page. Right now Quran and William have reached the 20 win club and look like 30 is right in front of them even 40 is not out of the question. We have another (8) wrestlers quickly approaching 20 as the regular season wraps up.

Punishers go to 13-0 in division 14-2 overall heading to damascus

Punishers 53 Middle River Navy 40
Punishers 60 Mount Airy 32
Punishers 39 Middle River Lehigh 54

Good day of wrestling all around it started in the early morning where some dedicated wrestlers showed up for extra mat time in the morning roll around Tyler Chancey, Hunter Yoakum, William Bressner recorded 3 wins each! Kyle Zhong, Colin Alexander, Brendan Hollingsworth, and Angus Yoakum recorded 2 victories each and Max ZdZièra picked up a win as well!

In the dual meet matches we faired well winning 2 out 3 team matches and had a number of closely battled matches in our defeat against some highly ranked wrestlers!

Recording wins were William Bressner (3), Hunter Yoakum (3), Tyler Klein (3), Quran carter-Morris (2), Alec Blume (3), Dylan Shank (3), Angus Yoakum (1), Pat Sidelinger (1), Jamaal Bryan (2), Tyrell Armstrong (1), Lucas Thompson (1), Josh Benzing (4), Austin McCauley (1), Zach Packer (1), Foster Jones (1), Colin Alexander (1)

Today's standout was Hunter Yoakum who finished the day 6-0 and has now entered our all-times wins list cracking the top 10!

Lots of good wrestling. Quran had an exciting last match wrestling up 2 weight classes giving us a chance to win the team match! Tyler Klein looked dominant with 2 pins and a win by tap out ! Austin McCauley and Pablo Thompson gave state place finishers all they could handle in defeat! William Bressner reached 30 wins this season the first to do so this year!


Great job. Regular season ends tommorow

Can You Say MJWL Navy Division Champions?

The Punishers capped off the regular season at the Damascus Fire Hall on Sunday winning both matches with our battle tested group of wrestlers improving to an undefeated NAVY DIVISION RECORD of 15-0 and an overall record of 16-2 to gain the #1 Seed at the MJWL DUAL MEET PLAYOFFS being held at LANSDOWNE on 2/25/12.

Match Scores
PH 60 FSK 24
PH 60 DAMASCUS 36

After locking up our 2nd DIVISION Championship in the last 7 years The Punishers celebrated by rocking the DAMASCUS AREA MCDONALDS in a make shift team party....

Our Match Winners on the day were:
Tyler Klein (4), Austin Mccauley (1), Quran Carter-Morris (1), Patrick Sidelingr (1), Dylan Shank (1), Tyrell Armstrong (1), Hunter Yoakum (1), Kyle Zhong (2), William Bressner (2), Zach Packer (1), Kyle Matheny (1), Tyler Chancey (1), Josh Benzing (3), Alec Blume (2), Angus Yoakum (1)

Next Weekend Is the Pennsylvania Tournament for those who entered everyone else has a bye week to gear up for the playoffs........THis coming week practice will be Wednesday and Thursday to accomadate Valentine's Day..........the following week we will do wrestle offs for the playoff roster spots.....

Congratulations on a GREAT REGULAR SEASON and now it's time to shine in the post season.

MJWL DUAL MEET CHAMPIONSHIPS (PLAYOFFS)

PLAYOFFS FOR THE DUAL MEET CHAMPIONSHIPS WILL BE HELD AT LANSDOWNE HIGH SCHOOL ON FEBRUARY 25th, 2012 (WEIGH IN TIME TO BE CONFIRMED NEXT WEEK)

WE WILL HAVE WRESTLE OFFS FOR STARTING SPOT IN THE LINE UP ON FEB 21st at PRACTICE. ALL WRESTLERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND THE MATCH EVEN IF THEY ARE NOT A STARTER, WE WILL WRESTLE OUR BEST POSSIBLE TEAM IN ORDER TO TRY AND WIN THE TITLE. THE WEIGHT CLASSES WILL BE

55/60/65/70/75/80/85/90/95/100/107/115/122/130/140/150

LOCATION : LANDSDOWNE HIGH SCHOOL
WEIGH INS: 7:30am to 8:00am


2012 MJWL DUAL MEET CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday, February 25, 2012
SCHEDULE

LOCATION:
LANSDOWNE HIGH SCHOOL



Rd# Match# Mat# Info: Times
1.....101....1 Navy 1 (Perry Hall) vs Navy 4 (Middle River ) 9:00 A.M.
1.....102....3 Navy 2 (WARRIORS ) vs Navy 3 (Golden Ring) 9:00 A.M.

2.....201....1 Lehigh 4 (DAM) vs Lehigh 5 (MR) 11:00 A.M.
2.....202....2 Lehigh 3 (WOO)) vs Lehigh 6 (MCK)11:00 A.M.
2.....203....3 3rd Place Navy Loser 101 vs Loser 102 11:00 A.M.

3.....301.....1 Lehigh 1 (WAR) vs Winner 201 1:00 P.M.
3.....302.....2 Lehigh 2 (MAN) vs Winner 202 1:00 P.M.
3.....303.....3 Navy Championship 1:00 P.M.

4.....401.....1 Lehigh Championship 3:00 P.M.
4.....402.....2 3rd Place Lehigh Loser 301 vs Loser 302 3:00 P.M.
4.....403.....3 5th Place Lehigh Loser 201 vs Loser 202 3:00 P.M.

*Weigh Ins: 7:30 ~ 8:00 A.M. for Navy Teams 1, 2, 3 and 4
*Weigh Ins: 9:30 ~ 10:30 A.M. for Lehigh Teams 3, 4, 5 and 6
*Weigh Ins: 11:30 - 12:30 P.M. for Lehigh Teams 1 and 2


2012 MJWL DUAL MEET TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS!

Location: Lansdowne High School

The Punishers finished the improbable on Saturday finishing off a perfect 17-0 Navy Division record and 18-2 Overall Record in two exhilarating dual meets to Win the TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS. This was despite having our starting wrestler at 100lbs and having a couple guys miss weight. I hope this is a lesson to those guys who missed weight that this is something that cannot happen and should not happen especially at this time of the year.

The Dual vs MIDDLE RIVER had many good matches, Pablo Thompson had the most exciting coming back from 9 points down to pin his opponent with :01 Second remaining at 75lbs.. It took Austin Mccauley OVERTIME to pull out a 10-8 Win....and Sonny Mccauley avenged a loss from a couple weeks ago earning a fall....rookie Branden Hollingsworth scored a critical victory as well as Tyreek Dickerson, Tyler Klein, William Bressner, Quran Carter, Patrick Sidelinger and Dondre Ennels.

In The Finals we met a very motivated full lineup from the Warriors and it took a magic trick to pull it out and some good wrestling...Hunter Yoakum, Tyler Klein, William Bressner, Tyrell Armstrong, Tyreek DIckerson, Patrick Sidelinger, Quran Carter, Alec Blume and Dondre Enells all won individiual matches and secured the team title.

I'm glad we had alot of our backups attend and contribute cheering on the team from the side and the guys who had tough matches and fought hard like Tyler Chancey, Kyle Zhong and Zach Packer who all saved team points by staying in their matches despite being outmatched.

Individually some milestones were reached today as well........

William Bressner recorded his 40th win of the season and is 2 wins away from the TEAM RECORD FOR A SINGLE SEASON.

Quran Carter-Morris has reached the 30 win club running his season total to 31 wins.

Tyler Klein is now 5th place on the all time list and continues to add to his career wins total check the all time list on the menu.

Hunter Yoakum ties Matt Wagner for career wins and Tyrell Armstong is inching his way among the all-timers.

We currently have (7) wrestlers with 20+ wins this year and a few knocking on the door.......


Final Team Record 18-2 (MJWL NAVY DIVISION CHAMPIONS)

William Bressner (40)
Quran Carter-Morris (31)
Josh Benzing (26)
Hunter Yoakum (26)
Tyler Klein (25)
Alec Blume (24)
Kyle Zhong (21)

Dondre Ennels (19)
Sonny McCauley (18)
Camryn Grindle (16)
Austin Mccauley (16)
Tyreek Dickerson (15)
Patrick Sidelinger (15)
Tyrell Armstrong (14)
Angus Yoakum (12)
Dylan Shank (12)
Dan Andino (12)
Tyler Chancey (11)
Pablo Thompson (11)
Jamaal Bryan (10)
Colin Alexander (10)
Nolan Klado (8)
Max Zdiera (8)
Brendan Hollingsworth (7)
Cristian Vasquez-Perez (7)
Foster Jones (6)
Zach Packer (6)
Kyle Matheny (6)
Ryder Pusinsky (5)
Malachi Fowler (5)
Lucas Thompson (4)
Maurice Allen (1)



MDWAY AGE/WEIGHT STATES @ UMBC

14 Punishers descended upon Catonsville for the 2012 MDWAY AGE WEIGHT STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS held at the UMBC campus!

6 of those wrestlers brought home hardware:

Josh Benzing took the silver medal at 150
Alec Blume finished 4th at 140
Tyler Chancey placed 6th at 90
Tyler Klein placed 5th at 85
Dondre Enells was 4th at 150
And William Bressner placed 5th at 55
Others who won matches were Nolan Klado with 1 win and Hunter Yoakum secured 2 wins before getting knocked out.

NEXT UP IS THE MJWL REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS AT PERRY HALL THIS COMING WEEKEND THE TOP 6 at EACH WEIGHT WILL SURVIVE FOR ONE MORE WEEK AND QUALIFY FOR THE JUNIOR LEAGUES STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS (MAU - MJWL/AAWL/UCWL)

FANTASY DUAL MEET PH 2004 vs PH 2012

Since I coached both these teams I thought it would be fun to compare what might have happened had they wrestled each other in a dual meet............

55lbs. William Bressner 4 Shaun Murphy 16 TEAM SCORE 2004 (4) 2012 (0)
60lbs. Zach Packer - Robin Paguia Fall TEAM SCORE 2004 (10) 2012 (0)
65lbs. Kyle Zhong 9 Dan Waldhause 8 TEAM SCORE 2004 (10) 2012 (3)
70lbs. FF - Bill Gialamas WFF TEAM SCORE 2004 (16) 2012 (3)
75lbs. Pablo Thompson - Justin Klarman Fall TEAM SCORE 2004 (22) 2012 (3)
80lbs. Brandon Hollings - Nik Gialamas Fall TEAM SCORE 2004 (28) 2012 (3)
85lbs. Tyler Klein Fall Adam Cavey - TEAM SCORE 2004 (28) 2012 (9)
90lbs. Austin Mccauley Fall Rob Waldhauser - TEAM SCORE 2004 (28) 2012 (15)
95lbs. Hunter Yoakum Fall Sean Vance - TEAM SCORE 2004 (28) 2012 (21)
100lbs. Camryn Grindle 6 Sean Dwyer 10 TEAM SCORE 2004 (31) 2012 (21)
107lbs. Tyreek Dickerson 9 Saquan Hicks 15 TEAM SCORE 2004 (34) 2012 (21)
115lbs. Quran Carter Fall Ryan Pittilo - TEAM SCORE 2004 (34) 2012 (27)
122lbs. Patrick Sidelinger 9 Brian Mayhew 10 TEAM SCORE 2004 (37) 2012 (27)
130lbs. Sonny Mccauley Fall Tom Howard - TEAM SCORE 2004 (37) 2012 (33)
140lbs. Alec Blume - Joe Foster Fall TEAM SCORE 2004 (43) 2012 (33)
150lbs. Ryan Howard 4 Josh Benzing 14 TEAM SCORE 2004 (43) 2012 (37)

Would have been close...............

53rd MJWL NAVY-LEHIGH CHAMPIONSHIPS

Foster Jones with the spotlight on him came up big in the events final match wrestling in one of the best heavyweight matches you will ever see outlasting his middle river opponent by a score of 13-9 to become our second champion on the weekend!

Earlier Josh Benzing scored the fastest pin of the finals vs Mckim besting him in a time of 37 seconds! Josh dominated his weight class and reached 30 wins on te season in doing so!

Quran Carter-Morris was our other finalist but came of short taking home the silver and also has over 30 wins this year!

Camryn Grindle reached 20 wins on the year by finishing 5th winning 4 matches over the weekend!

Tyler Klein finally got the MJWL monkey off his back finishing in 3rd place winning 4 of 5 this weekend on the way to his 30th of the season and career win 131 tying Robin Paguia going into the State Championships next weekend

Hunter Yoakum won 2 matches getting his 30th of the year making it to the finals 8!

Dan Andino, Nolan Klado and Alec Blume also qualified for states finishing 5th, 4th and 3rd respectively!

Dondre Ennels came back strong on Sunday winning 2 matches to finish third place after his semi final defeat!

Others who won matches over the weekend were tyrell armstrong, jamaal Bryan, sonny McCauley and brother Austin along with Patrick Sidelinger!

The team faired well taking 5th out of 20!

William Bressner just missed placing in one of the most competitive weights of the tournament and finished the season with 44 wins a new team single season record! The top 8 guys in Williams weight class are within 4 points of each and on any given day William may have been the champion of the bracket!

Next up for those left is the md junior state championships at good counsel in olney md next weekend, practice for those remaining is at golden ring Tuesday and Thursday!

Thanks to all who supported the team all year long from the donations, hours of working the concession stand, the tournament score keepers and those who helped tear down and set up for every event! Without you we could not put on these kind of events! Thanks for all your efforts and thanks for picking up the slack when others do not! (something that is thankless and no matter how many come and go through the program there are always the few who only do the absolute minimum and are proud of it!).

Great year all around and good luck to those who will be wrestling at the final event!

MAU - Maryland Junior Leagues State Championships

Day 1 at good counsel in Olney was record setting for us as 8 wrestlers advance to day 2 and the placing rounds on Sunday! And the wrestlers below saved the best for last this year and i was pleasantly surprised by the performance over the last few weeks!


The day started off wishy washy as our first 3 wrestlers that took the mat got beaten into the consolation brackets until Tyrell Armstrong who was an alternate into the event proved that everyone can be beat and knocked off the #3 seeded wrestler by a score of 11-6 to start a remarkable run!

Hunter Yoakum pinned his way into the 7th place match vs the warhawks and was the 2nd of our alternates to wrestle well! Patrick Sidelinger also advanced to day 2 at 115 as our other alternate to advance!

Foster Jones won by pin fall in the quarter finals before losing in the semi finals but is still in good position for the top 3!

Quran Carter-Morris lost a tough semi final match vs the defending state champion but looked good in his previous matches!

William Bressner wrestled 2 close matches but came up short while sonny and Austin Mccauley both got into the tournament and gained some valuable state tournament experience.

Alec Blume and Dondre Enells both advanced to the second day of competition into the semi final consolation round!

Tyler Klein came back strong after blowing a big lead in his first match and pinned 3 straight opponents and faces a round one rematch in the morning!

Josh Benzing is our first state finalist since 2007 after a last second come from behind win on the semi final round against the UCWL champion!




DAY 2 was a tough one but again when you get down to the top 8 guys in the Maryland/Delaware State Championships they are all tough..........

The Team had 8 Place winners which was excellent but they were all low except Josh so we didn't add many points on day 2 and ended up in 12th place out of the 54 team field. Hopefully all our returners aim for improving next season up the awards podium....congratulations to the elite eight who placed:

85lbs. Tyler Klein 6th Place
95lbs. Hunter Yoakum 8th Place
115lbs. Pat Sidelinger 8th Place
122lbs. Quran Carter-Morris 5th Place
140lbs. Alec Blume 6th Place
150lbs. Josh Benzing 2nd Place
165lbs. Dondre Enells 6th Place
HWT. Foster Jones 5th Place

HAPPY TRAILS TO YOU UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN!!!!!!!

March 11th, 2012
Season Wrap Up................

Congratulations on a great season, it's that time of year to reflect on the Highs and Lows and this year we can say that we had many more Highs...

From that 2nd week in november when this team first started it's long journey on the road to what end we had no idea at the time but you all came a long way this year....of course we had our usual number of non- serious people who missed events and practice and made excuses but that's nothing new and I try not dwell on it, but for those who dedicated themselves this year you saw the fruits of your labor in the results on the Mats!!!!!

We went 15-0 during the regular season in our division, then topped that off with a team championship at the MJWL NAVY DIVISION DUALS where some of our youngsters carried the team like Pat Sidelinger, Brandon Hollingsworth, Tyreek Dickerson, Sonny Mccauley and Pablo Thompson who all won big matches at the DUALS.

The Manchester Tournament was a team success where we finished 5th two weeks after taking 2nd at the LIttle 20 where guys like Austin Mcauley, ALec Blume, Camryn Grindle, Dondre Ennels, Nolan Klado and Dan Andino proved they measured up with the rest of the MJWL wrestlers in their class.

The Golden Ring TOurnament saw the likes of Lucas Thompson, Tyler Chancey, Max Zdziera, Zach Packer, Malachi Fowler, Jamaal Bryan, Cristian Vasquez-Perez, Colin Alexander,Kyle Matheny and Kyle ZHong prove their value to the teams future.

What can we say about little William Bressner who racked up a team record 44 wins this year breaking the single season record while placing at THE MDWAY STATES.

THE MJWL CHAMPIONSHIPS Saw us crown 2 champions in JOSH BENZING and FOSTER JONES who came up big in the heavy weight finals.

Quran Carter-Morris won the OUTSTANDING WRESTLER at the MANCHESTER TOURNAMENT and LITTLE 20 TOURNAMENTS on his way to a 37 WIN SEASON and broke the single season PIN RECORD.

Hunter Yoakum won a career high 32 matches this year and finished 8th at the MAU-STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS and has reached the ALL TIME TOP 12 ON THE CAREER WINS TOTALS.

Tyler Klein had a stellar year placing at 5 individual tournaments recording 33 wins on the year and moving past Robin Paguia on the all-time list.

Our record setting performance at the MAU with 8 place winners was a team high best and included Patrick Sidelinger's taking 8th as an alternate and saw Tyrell Armstrong knock off the #3 seed as an alternate proving any match can be won if you set your mind to it. And Josh Benzing was our first STATE FINALIST since 2007 taking 2nd place.

This was one of the most successful years for a team that I've been around as a coach or as a wrestler and you should be very proud of your accomplishments.

So in conclusion, HAPPY TRAILS TO YOU................UNTIL WE MEET NEXT FALL..............have a fun summer and be prepared to set the bar a little higher next season.

2012-2013 Season Information

Tentative Matches / Events for 2012-2013 Season

Practice
Nov 7/8/13/14/15/20/27/28/29


Dec 4/5/6/11/12/13/18/28(FRIDAY)


Jan 2/3/8/9/10/15/16/17/22/23/24/29/30/31


Feb 5/6/7/12/13/14/19/20/21/26/27/28


Mar (for those who make it to states) 5/6/7

Matches / Tournaments (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

(Dual Meet Matches are Team vs Team Events weight class match-up most of our League matches will be either Tri-Meet or Quad Meet format meaning 2 or 3 consecutive matches.....a dual meet last approximately 90 minutes for the entire team.)

(Tournaments are individual events. Some you must qualify for, others are novice events, others are open see the description for each tournament for more details. typically a flyer will be provided for each tournament we plan to attend which will be your sign up sheet......most tournaments are optional since we have to pay for each participant.)


Dec 2 (DUAL EVENT )
Week 1 MJWL League Matches @ Home Perry Hall Middle School
(OPENING DAY) 9am weigh in and mat set up
10:00am Perry Hall vs HFG Colts
11:30am Boys Latin vs HFG Colts
1:00pm Perry Hall vs Boys Latin


Dec 8 (DUAL EVENT )
Week 2 MJWL League Matches Tri Meet away @ North Carroll High School
1:00pm Weigh in
2:00pm Perry Hall vs Manchester
3:30pm Perry Hall vs Woodlawn


Dec 15 (DUAL TOURNAMENT EVENT)
Battle of Maryland Duals @ Loyola Blakefield (10 Teams)
Teams divided into (2) Pools
5 rounds of wrestling (4 Pool matches and 1 crossover for placement)
Round 1 Begins at 9:00am
This is an advanced level event and line-up will be selected by wrestle-offs.
Weight Classes 55/60/65/70/75/80/85/90/95/100/107/115/122/130/140/150/170
Teams: (B&O / VIPERS / WARHAWKS / MCKIM / PH / WOODLAWN / MANCHESTER / WARRIORS / TITANS / ARDEN)


Dec 15 (NOVICE ROUND ROBIN TOURNAMENT)
Chesapeake High School in Essex is hosting a Novice Level Round Robin event for 1st and 2nd year wrestlers on Saturday (MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW) this is a good event for beginners and for anyone that is not participating in LOYOLA DUALS at the same time....(WE WILL NEED A PARENT COACH TO REPRESENT OUR TEAM AT THIS WHICH WE WILL HAVE TO WORK OUT.)
Fee for this event is $10.00 the team will cover the cost of the entry fee for anyone who wrestles in this event!

Session 1 (80lbs and Under) weigh ins are 8:15am to 9:00am Wrestling from 9:30am to 12:00pm

Session 2 (80lbs and Above) weigh ins are 11:15am to 12:00pm Wrestling from 12:00pm to 2:30pm




Dec 16 (TOURNAMENT FOR ALL WRESTLERS )
LITTLE 20 TOURNAMENT @ PERRY HALL
Our Annual Holiday Tournament and primary fund raiser,
full double elimination with 2 separate age divisions top 4 in each class receive medals.

PERRY DIVISION ( 11 and UNDER as of the tournament date )
50 / 55 / 60 / 64 / 68 / 73 / 78 / 85 / 92 / 101 / 116 / HWT (160 MAX)


HALL DIVISION ( 15 and UNDER as of the tournament date )
76 / 82 / 88 / 94 / 100 / 108 / 116 / 125 / 135 / 150 / 170 / HWT (235 MAX)



Dec 22 and 23 (XMAS BREAK OPEN WEEKEND NOTHING SCHEDULED)


Dec 29 (DUAL TOURNAMENT EVENT)
Viper Duals @ Cooksville, Md. Dual meet format line up to be determined week prior to event this is a team dual format with gauranteed 4 matches!

Teams: Howard County Rec All Stars / Vipers / Warhawks / Perry Hall / Navy Junior / Westminister / NOVA MatDogs / B&O Rec All Stars / B&O OUTLAWS

Weight Classes:
55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 105, 110, 118, 125, 132, 140, 152, HWT



Dec 30 (TOURNAMENT FOR ALL WRESTLERS )
PUNISHER ROUND ROBIN @ PERRY HALL
Our annual round robin event, wrestlers matched up in 4-6 man brackets with other wrestlers the approximate same weight and age all participants receive awards. Our secondary fund raiser.

Jan 5 and 6 (ADVANCED TOURNAMENT)
MANCHESTER HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT @ NORTH CARROLL
This tournament is a double elimination style event for 'A' Level (experienced wrestlers)

Jan 6 NOVICE ROLL AROUND @ DUNDALK HIGH SCHOOL
TIMES : 11am Show Up time
For all wrestlers not wrestling in the Manchester tournament.
Multiple Teams Novice Level


Jan 13 (DUAL EVENT)
Week 3 MJWL League Matches Tri Meet away @ Century High School
1:00pm Weigh In
2:00pm Perry Hall vs Warriors
3:30pm Perry Hall vs Middle River


Jan 19th (Tournament For Anyone who wants to participate)

Dundalk Hawks Invitational Times TBD

Weight Classes: 45,50,55,60,65,70,75,80,85,90,95,101,108,115,122,130,140,150,165,200


Jan 20 (DUAL EVENT)
MJWL League Tri Meet away @ Northwest - Site Franklin High School
12:00pm Weigh In
1:00pm Perry Hall vs Northwest
2:30pm Perry Hall vs Mckim



Jan 27 (MJWL DUALS AT PERRY HALL FOR A TEAM)
Quad Meet @ Perry Hall High School
9:00am Weigh In & Set Up

               MAT 1                                MAT 2                                    MAT 3
10:00am  Perry Hall vs Lansdowne     & Mt. Airy vs Manchester         & HFG vs Hereford
11:30am  Perry Hall vs Hereford        & Lansdowne vs Manchester.    & HFG vs Mt. Airey
1:00pm    Perry Hall vs Manchester.    & Hereford vs Mt. Airy            & HFG vs Lansdowne
2:30pm    Perry Hall vs HFG.              & Manchester vs Hereford        & Mt. Airey vs Lansdowne
4:00pm    Perry Hall vs Mt. Airey         & Manchester vs HFG.            & Hereford vs Lansdowne

 

Jan 27 (BALTIMORE NOVICE CHAMPIONSHIPS / TOM DICARLO MEMORIAL CLASSIC)

FOR ALL "B" TEAM WRESTLERS THIS IS THE LOCAL NOVICE CHAMPIONSHIPS (FLYER TO BE FORTHCOMING)




Feb 3 (OPEN/OPTIONAL EVENT) - THE FLYER IS LOCATED ON THE HEADLINES SECTION OF OUR WEBSITE, THIS IS AN OPTIONAL EVENT AND IF YOU ARE INTERESTED YOU NEED TO DO THE REGISTRATION ON-LINE AS DIRECTED ON THE FLYER.
MSWA Age/Weight REGIONALS @ Aberdeen
This event is the qualifier for the MSWA age/weight state tournament and requires the purchase of a USAW card




Feb 9 (DUAL EVENT)
MJWL League Matches Tri Meet @ Damascus Fire House
10:30am Weigh In
11:30am Perry Hall vs Damascus
1:00pm Perry Hall vs Hereford
2:30pm Perry Hall vs Mckim Navy


(END OF REGULAR SEASON)



Feb 16 or 17 (OPEN/OPTIONAL EVENT)
MSWA Age/Weight States (must qualify)@ CARROLL CO AG CENTER
This event is the finally for those who qualified and participated at MSWA REGIONALS (NOT TEAM SPONSORED)



Feb 23 (DUAL EVENT)
MJWL DUAL MEET CHAMPIONSHIPS @ Damascus Fire Hall schedule to be determined 
If we finish in the top 6 Teams in the MJWL Lehigh Division we will qualify for this event it's team dual format elimination style roster spots will be determined by wrestle off the week prior to this event this is a team competition and if we qualify we need to field our best possible line-up!

Mar 2 and 3 (TOURNAMENT ALL WRESTLERS LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP)
MJWL NAVY-LEHIGH CHAMPIONSHIPS @ CHESAPEAKE HIGH SCHOOL
The End of Season League Championships all wrestlers will be entered into this event providing you have made your (2) weigh ins of record. The Top 8 in each weight class advance to the MAU STATE TOURNAMENT THE FOLLOWING WEEKEND.

Mar 9 or 10 (TOURNAMENT)
MD JUNIOR LEAGUES STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS (must qualify) @ TBD
LAST EVENT OF THE TEAM SEASON FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFIED AT THE MJWL TOURNAMENT

Beyond March 10th
Check the OPEN TOURNAMENT CIRCUIT IF YOU WISH TO CONTINUE WRESTLING
THE PENNSYLVANIA YOUTH WRESTLING LINK ON THIS WEBSITE HAS A LIST OF TOURNAMENT GOING WELL INTO THE SPRING FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO CONTINUE.

 

POST SEASON EVENTS: (MORE EVENTS TO FOLLOW AS THEY COME UP:)

MAT MONSTERS OFF SEASON PRACTICE INFORMATION TO BE FORWARDED


3/16 MAWA DISTRICTS TOURNAMENT CONESTOGA VALLEY HIGH, LANCASTER PA (top 3 advance to MAWA West Regionals) Chance 1

3/23 MAWA DISTRICTS TOURNAMENT WAYNESBORO HIGH, WAYNESBORO PA (top 3 advance to MAWA West Regionals) Chance 2

3/29 & 3/30 MAWA REGIONALS SHIPPENSBURG UNIVERSITY, SHIPPENSBURG PA (top 4 advance to MAWA Eastern Nationals)

4/6 CENTRAL YORK OPEN TOURNAMENT

5/4 & 5/5 MAWA EASTERN NATIONALS (top 8 are considered ALL-AMERICAN)

 

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION 2012-2013

REGISTRATION FOR THIS COMING SEASON WILL BE HELD AT THE PERRY HALL RECREATION COUNCIL OFFICE BEHIND PERRY HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEXT TO THE FOOTBALL FIELD ON OCTOBER 16th AND OCTOBER 18th from 6:00PM to 7:30PM.


ALL RETURNERS AND NEW WRESTLERS SHOULD REGISTER DURING THAT TIME

BASED ON REGISTRATION TURN OUT IS HOW WE FINALIZE OUR SCHEDULE SO PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE ACCOUNTED FOR.


BRING A COPY OF YOUR BIRTH CERTIFICATE TO REGISTRATION...EVEN IF THIS IS YOUR 8TH YEAR OR YOU PLAY EVERY SPORT THE REC COUNCIL OFFERS IN THE OFF SEASON........WE SUBMIT NEW PAPERWORK EVERY SEASON AND WE DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THE OTHER SPORTS FILES...............

Sal Aquia Preseason Tournament Results

November 10th Archbishop Curley High hosted it's annual preseason event where 4 of our wrestlers entered.

Kyle Zhong finished in 4th place at 65
Patrick Sidelinger took the silver medal at 120
Hunter Yoakum also finished 2nd place with silver at 105

William Bressner starts off the season undefeated going 3-0 with3 pins and brought home the 60# championship title!

Congrats!

Dundalk And Viper Thanksgiving Tournament Results


Dundalk Results:
The Punishers have reason to be optimistic about this season after the second preseason tune up event of the season!

Camryn Grindle went 2-2 in his first outing of the season just missing the podium.

William Bressner went 3-2 enroute to 4th place.

Kyle Zhong went an impressive 3-1 taking home the bronze.

Hunter Yoakum won the 107lb schoolboy title going 4-0


Viper Tournament Results:

Gaige Lloyd started the season off with his first win 2-0 in the preliminary round before losing his next 2 matches.

William Bressner finished in 4th place accumulating two more victories

Hunter Yoakum place 3rd at 110

Woodlawn Novice

Joseph Lloyd placed second at the woodlawn novice tournament over thanksgiving weekend!

Opening Day Punishers Sweep Opener

December 2, 2012

On a foggy December morning our Punishers took to the mats for opening weekend putting on a dominating display routing the Lakers of Boys Latin (not to be confused with the Los Angelas Lakers by a score of 76-18 with wins by pretty much the entire team!

But some standout performances included Camryn Grindle, Hunter Yoakum and Tyler Klein gaining dominating pin falls with additional wins by Austin McCauley, Sonny McCauley and Patrick Sidelinger. First year wrestlers Dylan Young, Zach Dell and Justin Stever recorded their first victories on the A team and William Bressner, Kyle Zhong and Gaige Lloyd recorded forfeits.

In the second match not even the ghost of Johnny Unitas could prevent the devastation the was suffered by the Colts who made their return to Baltimore running into the buzz saw that is the punisher machine! William Bressner evened the score at 6 after his win by pin at 60! A couple lucky wins by hickory wrestlers only encouraged the wrath of Zach Dell who brought the team to within 6 with his cement mixer finish that left his opponent dazed and confused! After a couple forfeits because our guys can't make the weight they wrestle off for Nathaniel moskunas stepped up and recorded his first win since his stint with us when he was just 55lb tike! Next up Austin McCauley won by decision keeping the Punishers within striking distance followed by Tyler Kleins second pin of the day and a decision victory by Hunter Yoakum the match was tied at 30 when the Punishers turned on the afterburners reeling off 6 straight victories by Camryn Grindle, Tyrell Armstrong, Pat Sidelinger, Dylan Shank, Sonny McCauley and Alec Blume to make the total score 57-30! Pablo Thompson recorded a victory in the exhibition round!

Lots of good wrestling today and a good start to the season!


Wrestlers of the Week -
Pablo Thompson who had an eye infection and had to miss the wrestle offs still showed up Sunday and stuck around waiting his turn at a potential exhibition match up which he won in dominating fashion!

Austin McCauley starts the season off undefeated at 2-0 for the first time in his career!

Rookie Zach Dell recorded the fastest and most brutal pin of the day over the Colts if you can send your opponent off the mat crying you know you did your job!



Next weekend we step it up a notch with matches vs woodlawn and manchester at north Carroll high school on Saturday!

Week 2 Results - Reality Time!

December 8, 2012

As advertised the level of competition was superior to last week!  We need to continue to improve and learn from our mistakes so we don't repeat them constantly!  In these competitive team matches the difference comes down to 1 match going the other way sometimes!

Next weekend is a big event for the team on Saturday and we need everyone focused and motivated!   Wrestling like a lot of things in life isn't about how many times you get knocked down but about how many times you get back up and keep pushing!

We will need a 95lber at the Loyola Duals on Saturday so whoever wants to step up and fill that spot let me know ASAP!

We will not forfeit weight classes! It's not fair to the other teams or to our other wrestlers!

 

Match 1 results vs manchester saw us remain undefeated winning 41-34 that match was only that close because I matched up some wrestlers that I wanted to get competitive matches with!  We could have easily won that match by 24 points!

 

Against Woodlawn I attempted to work the match in our favor but a prior commitment cost us the ability to match up in the heavyweights and a missed weight and not having the back up at the match caused us an issue in the middle weights! Despite these set backs we came up just 12 points short by a score of 52-40. Like I said 1 match a pin the other way and it would have been a tie!

Regardless woodlawn is a very good team and we fought hard we may get a shot at redemption in the playoffs?

The lineup for loyola will be changing slightly this week which I will address at practice we will be putting the best team we possibly can on the mat at loyola!    The Sunday tournament is your time to shine as an individual!

 

Wrestlers of The Week:

 

Patrick Sidelinger going 3-0 , Alec Blume with an impressive performance against Woodlawn and Camryn Grindle for his dominating win against Woodlawn!

Wild Weekend of Wrestling

December 17, 2012

                                                                        

 

MARYLAND DUALS AT LOYOLA started the weekend off with a grueling (5) matches vs some of the States Top Teams we finished 2-3 with 4 very competitive matches and got blown out by the VIPERS last years State Runner-Ups.

 

We started the day off with a nailbiter loss vs Arden of Anne Arundel County that came down to the Heavyweight match where Alec had to injury default with a knee issue so we ended up losing the team match by 6 points,  The following day Alec avenged this loss at the Little 20 tournament match winners included a sweep of the heavyweights from 100-150 with Hunter Yoakum leading the charge.


In match number two we came ready to wrestle and had our biggest win of the year so far defeating the Montgomery County Outlaws who are a top tier team in the State Tyler Klein led the way in this match with other wins again from the heavyweights and our younger guys stayed off their backs limiting the points from the Outlaws.


Match 3 was another competive Match that we came up a little bit short in against the Warhawks which is the premier team in Maryland,  We faced there "B" team in this match and wrestled well Kyle Zhong got an impressive win by pinfall as well as Camryn Grindle.

 

Match 4 was what i call a good old fashioned ass whipping and unforturnately we were on the recieving end of that one.  We did have a couple bright spots with Sonny Mccauley and Alec Blume securing Pinfalls but as a team we stunk up the joint in that one, luckily our day was not over


Match 5 the punishers bounced back and stomped the MSJ titans to finish the day.  Gaige Lloyd, Dylan Young recorded their first wins of the day and Zach Dell pulled through with a pinfall.

 

We did have one weight class champion on the day who went undefeated in William Bressner who won all (5) of his matches by decision.

 

 

                                                                                    

 

At the Same time that this madness was transpiring our "B" team was at the Rhino Round Robin where we got some valuable match experience and every wrestler got competitive match ups and most of us picked up some wins for their record.

 

Invidiual Champions were:

Zach Packer, Colin Alexander, Jake Snader, Jacob Muir, Nicholas Boccia, Joseph Lloyd and Cruz Cespedes.

 

The coaches said everyone did a good job and wrestled hard......congratulations on your success.

 

 

 

                                                                   

 

THE LITTLE 20 XMAS TOURNAMENT ON SUNDAY concluding this weekend of mayhem saw the PUNISHERS have some varied success,  As a team we finished 5th out of 16 teams which is respectable.  This years tournament was alot tougher then the last 3 or 4 years and i thought we faired decently considering.

 

GOLD MEDALISTS:

WILLIAM BRESSNER

CAMRYN GRINDLE

JOSH BENZING

 

SILVER MEDALISTS:

HUNTER YOAKUM

TYLER KLEIN


4th PLACE:

NATHANIEL MOSKUNAS

KYLE ZHONG

NOLAN KLADO

 

5th Place:

PABLO THOMPSON

PATRICK SIDELINGER

DYLAN KELLEY

ALEC BLUME

MALACHI FOWLER

 

 

Wrestler of the Week:  THIS WEEK WAS A NO BRAINER   10 WINS in (2) days against 0 Losses    WILLIAM BRESSNER WEIGHT CLASS CHAMPION AT THE MARYLAND DUALS and LITTLE 20 TOURNAMENT CHAMPION 2012.

 

On a Side note,  Thanks to all the efforts by everyone who helped with setup, teardown, concessions and scoretables it was one long weekend for everyone and i'm glad it's behind us........but this event is what makes the rest of our season possible and we enjoy being the premier in season tournament in the Baltimore Metro Area and take pride in it.........we did have some issues with people not showing up and/or leaving early and while this is voluntary it is for your children.   It is not fair that everyone else has to do more because a handful do not do their part.  But that's typical american society.  This event does not run itself and if we want to continue it we need everyones help we are not going to have the same 5 or 6 people around forever.

 

 

Viper Duals Dec Results

December 18, 2012

Viper Duals Results 

 Team went 2-1 taking 2nd place in the pool round barely winning the first two matches and then giving away the third match!

We have to face the reality that against any decent to above average team we really don't have much of a chance of winning because we have way to many guys who just get pinned in every match, and the rest of the team cannot overcome the 30 point deficit that the ones who get destroyed time and again put us in!

 

For an example in the gaithersburg match we had two guys get pinned back to back in a combined :39 seconds and one of those is a 4th year wrestler to make it even more unbelievable!  Against nova again we had 4 guys go a combined 4:00 minutes while shining the mat with their backs!

I expect our first year wrestlers to struggle but I also expect them to put up a fight!  There is no excuse for a guy who has been wrestling for 3 or 4 years to get pinned in :19 seconds against anyone!  We need to listen during practice and start using the techniques we are instructing instead of whatever it is you think you are doing that might work against some kid who has never seen a wrestling mat before!

One thing that I cannot teach any of you is heart and desire! You either have it or you don't and if you don't have the heart or the drive to fight you are in the wrong sport!  

 

We got guys who just fall over as soon as the other guy touches them and guys who take a weak shot and if the other guy does anything besides fall on his back they just let the other guy spin around and score!  The mixer from the knees isunacceptable it hasn't been taught that way and it will not work on anyone that isn't a complete fish!  We got rockheads who still get turned with a half nelson against novice wrestlers because they either don't have any athletic prowess or just refuse to do what has been taught!  I feel it is my duty to give you the honest truth and here it is if some of you guys don't get your act together you are never going to even suit up for a varsity wrestling match let alone actually compete!

 

Individial results:

55 Zach Packer 2-1 looked good after dropping the first match, came back in the third of the second match and dominated in the third match perhaps hit a turning point 

60 William Bressner 3-0 mr automatic business as usual knocking off a capital beltway place finisher from Virginia and controlling the other two matches allowing 0 points in his matches!

65 Kyle Zhong 2-1 looked very good his only loss was in overtime has turned the corner this year!

70 Jake Snader 2-2 was competitive and looks pretty good for a guy who is wrestling his first A team matches needs to work on neutral and hip position!

75 Zach Dell 1-2 should have won two matches, needs to work on his technique, has the physical tools but overall good for a first year kid!

80 Ian Budny 0-3 gets a pass first season and very limited experience keep working but needs to learn from his mistakes so they don't become habit!

85 Nathaniel Moskunas 1-2 has the physical ability but not sure ifthe has the mental ability to change from his own technique to the correct technique maybe needs another 10-12 beat downs before it registers!

90 Jacob Muir 0-3 another tough one to figure out, seems to have the idea of shooting but is one of those who if his opponent doesn't just fall down seems confused and lets him spin around and beat on him! Again a rookie gets a pass!

95 Pablo Thompson 0-3 not sure what happened since last year but I know you are capable of much more then you har shown this year 

100 Austin McCauley 1-2 now holds the team record for being pinned in two consecutive matches in the quickest amount of time, his first two matches lasted a total of 49 seconds! However he did manage to squeak out a win against the worst wrestler in the building to finish his day!  Overall a very dissapointing outing especially since this is year 4!

105 Tyler Klein 2-1 looked sloppy, confused and overwhelmed today looked like the Tyler who was famous for blowing 6 point leads with 30 seconds left I will assume this was just a bad day!

110 Colin Alexander 0-3 wrestled hard for his first time on the a team and Id say gave a valiant effort giving up 2 weight classes all day!  Next year should be your year!

118 Tyrell Armstong 1-1 looked consistant as usual needs a little more fire especially on the feet!

125 Camryn Grindle 3-0 OW for us on the day in all three matches I had to bump him to wrestle the other teams best kid in order to give the team a chance to win and he delivered. 

132 Patrick Sidelinger 3-0 looks very sharp and clean with that roll takedown using proper set up and proper technique this is Patrick's second year and he was a back up last year!  This kid wants it!

140 Dylan Shank 2-1 needs to work on a bunch of things but mainly defending the takedown you can't use the cradle if you can't get on top!

152 Sonny McCauley 2-1 very sloppy all day and seems timid and either does not know any other moves besides the fat boy roll or has no confidence in trying them!  At your age you need to be much more aggressive. If you don't figure it out this year your wrestling career could be in its twilight!

Hwt Alec Blume 4-0 dominating at heavyweight today!  Solid day!

 

 

 

Punisher Round Robin

The Annual Punisher Round Robin took place on Sunday December 30th at Perry Hall High School

Teams that Attended were

Perry Hall, Lansdowne, Golden Ring, Dundalk, Sparrows Point, Middle River, Hereford, Bel Air, Hickory Fountain Green

 

What a difference a day makes sometimes or maybe just a little different attitude is all that's needed! Had there been a team title at today's event we surely would have won it easily winning 12 individual weight classes and 12 second place finishes!

Some much improved wrestlers who were focused today included

Dylan Shank who won a silver medal, Sonny McCauley who brought home gold, Zach Dell finished 2nd as well as Patrick Sidelinger, Dylan Young, Bradley Lintz, Zach Packer, Gaige Lloyd, and Nolan Klado!

Tyler Klein, Camryn Grindle, Tyrell Armstrong, Alec Blume and Pablo Thompson all won titles in their respective weight classes!

Cruz Cespedes finished with a silver medal in 2 seperste weight classes while little Joseph Lloyd brought home 2 gold medals going 6-0 on the day!  

Kyle Zhong went 5-1 taking a gold and a silver medal in his brackets!  While William Bressner had amother big weekend going 9-0 over the weekend winning double gold medals and adding to last weekends tally!

 

Ryder Pusinsky won his first tournament title today collecting three wins along the way to his gold medal!

 

Congratulations on today's success, see you at practice on Wednesday!

 

 

 

Dundalk Maryland Division Roll Around Results

Sunday at the b team roll around event at DUNDALK HIGH SCHOOL our novice guys did pretty well in the final b team tune up event until the Golden Ring event at the end of the month!

Good job to everyone,  Cruz Cespedes, Dylan Kelley, Jack Aubele all went undefeated on the day!

JOSEPH LLOYD 1-1
CRUZ CESPEDES 3-0
COLE GILLIS 1-1
DYLAN YOUNG 0-2
JACK AUBELE 3-0
KYLE MULLER 1-2
BRADLEY LINTZ 0-2
ZACH PACKER 2-1
RYDER PUSINSKY 0-1
GAIGE LLOYD 2-1
DYLAN KELLEY 3-0
JAKE SNADER 2-1
BEN PACKER 0-2
IAN BUDNY 1-1
JUSTIN STEVER 1-1
PABLO THOMPSON 1-1
MALACHI FOWLER 2-1
LUCAS THOMPSON 0-2
COLIN ALEXANDER 1-1

 

 

MANCHESTER HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT RESULTS

The brutality of day 1 at the Manchester definetly took its toll on the Punishers as one ofthe toughest fields in recent years was on hand!

DAY 1: SATURDAY JANUARY 5th
NORTH CARROLL HIGH RESULTS:

 

PUNISHER PARTICIPANTS:

WILLIAM BRESSNER 60# so far 3 wins - 1 loss last two matches to make it back to Sunday were 5-4 and 2-0 nail biters!


KYLE ZHONG 65# 2 wins - 2 losses did not place wrestled tough lost one of his matches by 2 points!


ZACH DELL 75# 1 win - 2 losses did not place wrestled tough in all 3 matches solid performance for a rookie


NATHANIEL MOSKUNAS 85# 1 win - 2 losses did not place knocked out in round of 12 by a score of 4-1


AUSTIN MCCAULEY 95# did not make weight hence did not place!


TYLER KLEIN 100# so far 2 wins - 1 loss still in it lost a tough match in semi finals after 2 dominating wins


CAMRYN GRINDLE 115# so far 3 wins - 0 losses will wrestle for championship tommorow!


TYRELL ARMSTRONG 115# 1 win - 2 losses did not place lost 2 close matches knocked out in round of 12


PATRICK SIDELINGER 122# 2 wins - 2 losses did not place had 2 brutal Tyler Klein of 2009 type losses giving away 2 matches he had the lead in!  A little bit of inexpierence


DYLAN SHANK 140# 1 win - 2 losses did not place still needs to get out of the sloppy techniques!


ALEC BLUME 165# 1 win - 1 loss finished 2nd place after 4 kids in the bracket scratched to make it a round robin!

 

NOLAN KLADO HWT 1 win - 3 losses placed 4th in the heavyweight bracket!

Very tough day all around!  Hopefully some guys will be more focused for the Dundalk tournament in 2 weeks!

 

 

 

Day 2 Results of the (3) returners went as follows:

William Bressner dropped his semi consolation match 3-0 to the eventual third place finisher but pulled out an exciting 6-5 victory in the 5th place match vs Damascus!

Tyler Klein wrestled tough on Sunday completely brutalizing both his opponents by pin!  Knocking off his Damascus opponent to earn third place a kid who defeated the manchester opponent that beat Tyler a few weeks ago!

Camryn Grindle wrestled a tough finals but couldn't quite get the turn he needed in the championship match and ended up as the runner-up! Leg rides need to have constant pressure put on the shoulders and hips!

 

Congratuations!

Double Defeated at Warriors/Middle River Tri-Meet

Both matches were close again today.  Which has become the theme of this seasons team!  Get close but find a way to lose!   The bottom line is that the effort given as a team in the dual meet matches this year just isn't good enough and if it continues we will be sitting home for the playoffs!

 

Next weekend we are in a must win sitaution vs Northwest and we will be two wrestlers short which makes it even tougher to be able to have a chance to win!   

 

On the positive side if you want to call it a positive is that many of the matches we ended up losing we were either winning or the score was close!  

 

The reality is we are going to have to work much harder in practice,  and we are going to drill and drill and drill until we start using the moves we have been working on in practice in matches!  We are going to see over the next few weeks who is committed to taking the steps needed to get to where we need to be.   I'm willing to go to pretty amazing lengths to accomplish this and we are going to find out who on this team is with me and who is going to fall by the wayside!  We are way to far into the season to be moving backwards!

 

Highlights of the day:    

Those who won and the weigh in!

The Battle For The Banner (HAWKS INVITATIONAL)

 

Finally,  the entire team showed up to compete!  Was it the tougher practices this week, a new found focus and motivation or just coincidence will continue to be determined in the coming weeks. 

I thought we gave a total team effort today! And it paid off big as we topped the field of the 14 team tournament and took home the te championship banner!

Every single wrestler we entered scored team points which is the goal at every event and that effort helped us accomplish our goal!  Everyone should be proud of their performance today!

Individual Place Winners;

Cruz Cespedes 2nd

Joe Lloyd 5th

Dylan Young 5th

William Bressner 4th

Kyle Zhong 4th

Dylan Kelley 6th

Gaige Lloyd 4th

Nathaniel Moskunas 4th

Pablo Thompson 4th

Malachi Fowler 3rd

Lucas Thompson 6th

Hunter Yoakum 2nd

Tyrell Armstrong 3rd

Patrick Sidelinger 2nd

Dylan Shank 4th

Nolan Klado 2nd

 

Individual Champions-

Zach Dell

Tyler Klein

Camryn Grindle 

Alec Blume

 

Outstanding Lightweight - (45-90)

Zach Dell 4 pins in 6:24

Outstanding Heavyweight - (95-HWT)

Tyler Klein 4 pins in 5:43

 

Lots of tough wrestling today,  lots of "upsets"!   My thought on that is if you do what you are supposed to do and wrestle hard you can beat anyone!

Another highlight was Alec Blume recording an 11 second pin in his second round match!

 

Lets continue this tommorow!

 

 

The Weekend of Malachi Fowler

What a weekend for our own Malachi Fowler who really stepped up this weekend!  In a single weekend the legend of Mr. Fowler's efforts will live on in the years to come.  And may have secured his spot as the greatest 95lber in the teams history!

 

First off Malachi won 3 matches on Saturday on his way to the bronze statue in his first placing at a major tournament which alone may have been considered one heck of a weekend!  Since his 3rd place secured 19 team points which carried the team to its first tournament championship in a number of years!  A hell of a weekend for most but Malachi was only getting started because on Sunday he came back from a 4-0 deficit and secured a pin vs northwest to move our team in the lead in a must win dual meet and was the nail in the coffin vs the raiders that propelled our team into the playoffs for the second consecutive season!

Other match winners vs the raiders were Zach Dell, Kyle Zhong, Nathaniel Moskunas who avenged an overtime loss from the day before, Tyler Klein, Hunter Yoakum, Camryn Grindle, Patrick Sidelinger, Tyrell Armstrong and Dylan Shank!

 

 Against Mckim we kind of crapped the bed!   Proving that you can't take anyone for granted!

William Bressner did record his 99th career win vs Mckim on the bright side!

Homecoming Duals Results

The Punisher A Squad finished off the last home event of the regular season in Style by sending a clear message that we do belong in the Lehigh division despite the rough sledding we have had this season in that division but rest assured you will be better off for competing at the higher level. As proven by the below match scores.

 

Team Scores

Perry Hall 80 Lansdowne 12
Perry Hall 72 Manchester 23
Perry Hall 63 Hereford 26
Perry Hall 58 Hickory Colts 32
Perry Hall 72 Mt. Airey 24

 

 

Let's keep raising the bar and keep improving.....

Individual Standouts:

Hunter Yoakum went 5-0 and appears to be hitting his stride after a several week layoff from an injury and appears to be on track to make some noise at the year end tournaments.

Tyrell Armstrong picked up 6 wins on the day to raise his stock for seeding purposes.

Sonny Mccauley and Patrick Sidelinger also went 5-0 on the day.

Tyler Klein gained another 5 victories adding to his impressive career totals which can be viewed on the All Time Leaders section of the website.

Camryn Grindle picked up 5 wins on Sunday, Malachi Fowler gained 4 victories on the day.

Newcomers Zach Dell and Nathaniel Moskunas both went 4-1 on the day.

Dylan Shank won 3 matches as did Gaige Lloyd.

Zach Packer had bookend wins, Pablo Thompson and Justin Stever also gained a pair of victories.

Kyle Zhong had 4 absolutely brutalizing wins and has become quite a monster on the mat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lucas Thompson becomes Golden Ring Novice Champion

Leading the way at the Annual Golden Ring Novice Champiionships for Team Punisher was Lucas Thompson who went 3-0 on the Day to bring home the Gold.

 

Bradley Lintz, Jack Aubele, Dylan Young, Colin Alexander and Jacob Muir all finished with Silver to wrap up the 2012-2013 Novice Season.

 

Others who participated were:

Ryder Pusinsky, Cruz Cespedes, Kyle Muller, Ben Packer and Nicolas Boccia.

 

Congratulations on a good novice season, we look forward to seeing you all filling the line-up on the A team in the near future.

 

MIAA Middle School Tournament @ St. Paul's

The Maryland Independent Athletic Association held it's annual Middle School Championships at St. Paul's Private School. Which featured the private school league teams including Gilman, Loyola, Friends, Jemicy, St. Paul's, Boys Latin, Mcdonogh, Glenelg Day School, Severn, Calvert, and St. Ignatius.

 

The Tournament Director sent our team an invitation to attend this event which we accepted kind of spur of the moment and entered 13 wrestlers into the field.

 

10 Wrestlers came home as place winners, A good day of wrestling against some competition that we normally do not get the opportunity to see.

 

 

Zach Dell won the Title at 74lbs.

Justin Stever went 1-2 and came just one match short of placing.

Nathanial Moskunas rolled to a third place finish racking up 3 wins on the day!

Pablo Thompson went 2-2 finishing in 2nd place

Lucas Thompson went 2-1 taking 2nd an outstanding performance considering Lucas is a 5th grader.

Malachi Fowler split his 4 matches to take 4th place

Austin Mccauley won the title at 96lbs going 3-0 for his first tournament title.

Tyler Klein was the Champion at 100 winning all three matches by pin.

Colin Alexander went 1-2 and just missed the podium

Hunter Yoakum took hom Silver going 2-1

Patrick Sidelinger came 3 points short of winning the title at 128# but settled for 2nd place

Dylan Shank had a dissapointing tournament going 0-2

Sonny Mccauley went 2-2 and finished 4th place

 

A pretty good showing by our team considering we only entered 13 wrestlers.  We represented the team well and hopefully this will become an annual event on our schedule.

 

 

 

MSWA REGIONALS AT ABERDEEN

 

We had 10 Wrestlers attempt the qualification process of going onto the MSWA age/weight championships to start the day....

 

Patrick Sidelinger finished 4th just one win away from advancing

Dylan Shank and Malachi Fowler both got knocked out in the Round of 6

Jack Aubele, and Kyle Muller both advance finishing 3rd place

 

Dylan Young finished in Second Place at the 8U 52# Class

Tyler Klein was the runner-up at the 14U 100# Class

 

 

INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS WERE EARNED BY (3) WRESTLERS:

 

WILLIAM BRESSNER won the 8U 60lb Title

 

KYLE ZHONG won the 8U 65lb Title

 

HUNTER YOAKUM won the 14U 105lb Title

 

  

Regular Season Wrap Up

I'm very proud of the way we wrestled the final matches of the season.  The team has come a long way since November we closed out the 2012-2013 regular season by splitting the final two matches by really taking it to Hereford winning 63-15 and wrestling a very competitive match against the best team in the league which was a much more competitive match then the score showed at the end vs Damascus.

 

We are going to focus on sharpening up the next two weeks of practice to be fully prepared for the final 3 week push that begins with the Playoffs that will be at Damascus on February 23rd.

 

Next weekend is an off weekend for everyone and we should be pushing ourselves to be at our absolute peak for the final 3 week run......

This is what you train and push all season for and I believe we can be near the top of the heap when the dust settles at the finish.

 

Today's Box Scores:

 

Perry Hall vs Damascus

55 - Young (PH) lost 0-14 Patton (DAM) 0-4
60 - Bressner (PH) win 8-4 Patton (DAM) 3-4
65 - Zhong (PH) win 12-3 Acton (DAM) 7-4
70 - Kelley (PH) lost Fall Jamillo (DAM) 7-10
75 - Dell (PH) lost 6-4 Osterman (DAM) 7-13
80 - Stever (PH) lost Fall Mcglaughlin (DAM) 7-19
85 - Budny (PH) lost Fall Lawrence (DAM) 7-25
90 - Moskunas (PH) lost Fall Ferguson (DAM) 7-31
95 - Fowler (PH) lost fall Obendorfer (DAM) 7-37
100 - Klein (PH) win FALL Gallagher (DAM) 13-31
107 - Yoakum (PH) lost 7-2 Ferguson (DAM) 13-34
115 - FFT (PH) lost FFT Hardick (DAM) 13-40
122 - Grindle (PH) Win FALL Parent (DAM) 19-40
130 - Sidelinger (PH) win FALL Lokos (DAM) 25-40
140 - Shank (PH) lost Fall Baisden (DAM( 25-46
150 - Mccauley (PH) lost Fall Purkey (DAM) 25-52
HWT - Klado (PH) win Fall Bradshaw (DAM) Exhibition

The score doesn't show it but we could match up better at 140 maybe, Dell had a real close match and Tyrell or Camryn being at 115 makes this a very close match had we gotten those things to go our way.........Camryn and Patrick both pinned MJWL all stars in their matches.  William and Kyle both beat regular A team tournament place winners, alot of guys fought hard and if we get the chance at a rematch i think it will be much closer......

 

Perry Hall vs Hereford

55 - Young (PH) lost 0-15 Strong (HER) 0-5
60 - Bressner (PH) win Fall Lee (HER) 6-5
65 - Zhong (PH) win Fall Mcmanus (HER) 12-5
70 - Kelley (PH) win 14-9 OT Walner (HER) 15-5
75 - Dell (PH) wbf FFT (HER) 21-5
80 - Stever (PH) win 3-2 Kousoris (HER) 24-5
85 - Budny (PH) lost 0-10 Adkins (HER) 24-9
90 - Thompson (PH) win fall Joguns (HER) 30-9
95 - Fowler (PH) lost fall Strong (HER) 30-15
100- Thompson (PH) wbf FFT (HER) 36-15
107- Klein (PH) win Fall Wartman (HER) 42-15
115- DOUBLE FFT
122- Armstrong (PH) win 6-2 Leasure (HER) 45-15
130- Grindle (PH) win Fall Godfrey (HER) 51-15
140- Sidelinger (PH) win Fall Porter (HER) 57-15
150- Shank (PH) win Fall Wilson (HER) 63-15

An outstanding performance from our newbies Dylan Kelley who came from behind to send his match into over time and them rolled through on a headlock to pull out his match.  Justin Stever hit a mixer with 6 seconds remaining to pull out a very exciting 3-2 match!  And Pablo Thompson earned a pin fall to win at 90lbs all three combining to win 3 matches that were all up in the air going into the match!

A good finish to the season as a dual meet team we ended up as follows:

vs MJWL Lehigh Division 5-5
vs MJWL Navy Division 5-0
vs Viper Duals 2-1
vs Md Duals @ Loyola 2-3

14-9 total record which is respectable since we wrestled against some of the states best teams all year long...

Add

5th PLace at the Little 20 Tournament out of 16 teams
and
The Team CHAMPIONSHIP at the DUNDALK INVITATIONAL among 13 teams
plus
Making the Dual Meet Playoffs as a MJWL WILDCARD TEAM

We still have a some wrestling ahead of us and an opportunity to add more hardware to this years accomplishments.....

 

MJWL DUALS Feb 23rd at Damascus Fire Hall

Dual Meet Championships Schedule

A great effort at the duals vs the Warriors came up just a little bit short with two matches where the referee could have helped us out by calling (2) what looked like certain pins that were not called causing the final score to end up 41-36 in favor of the Warriors.

box score:

wgt. Perry hall.  Vs.  warriors

55. Aubele LBF eckenbarger  0-6

60. Bressner 6-1 Walsh 3-6

65. Packer 0-14 Brauer. 3-10

70. Zhong LBF Lawrence 3-16

75. Dell WBF Boldosser 9-16

80. Stever 0-5 Werner 9-19

85. Budny LBF Scott 9-25

90. Moskunas 3-12 Walsh 9-29

95. Thompson LBF Griffin 9-35

100. Klein WBF Curtis 15-35

107. McCauley LBF Mackenzie 15-41

115. Armstrong 11-5 Bliden 18-41

122. Grindle WBF Weidewski 24-41

130. Sidelinger 10-6 Eckenbarger 27-41

140. Shank WBF Ashe 33-41

150. McCauley 8-5 Pfaff 36-41

 

In match #2 we got our guys who didn't wrestle mat time and lost to Middle River in the consolation match but Ian Budny, Tyler Klein, William Bressner and Sonny McCauley pulled out wins among those who did wrestle!

 

The Team Champions were Damascus in the Lehigh Division and the ESP Spartans from Sparrows Point won the Navy (B) Division!

 

NEXT UP THE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS BEGINNING ON SATURDAY!

MSWA AGE/WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIPS

William Bressner racked up 4 more wins on the year running his season total to (48) this year which is a new single season team record and will continue to add to it in the next few weeks on his way to 3rd place at the Mswa age weight championships!

Dylan Young also participated going 0-2 but having a very competitive second match,  unfortunately Kyle Zhong who was a medal favored was sick and missed the event!

On Sunday our older kids took to the Carroll county cow palace in Westminster!  Hunter Yoakum jumped out to a fast start winning his first match before dropping his next two matches and came up short from placing by a couple matches.

Tyler Klein became our second 2x place winner at this event bringing home 4th place and adding 3 more wins to his impressive career total!

MDWAY OPEN Age/Weight States at UMBC

February 24, 2013

KYLE ZHONG Took 3rd place in the 8u 65lb class!

 CAMRYN GRINDLE finished 3rd in the 14u 115lb weight class!  

Congratulations to both!

Punishers are 6th after MJWL Day 1 despite Lightweight Meltdown!

The Punishers Stand in 6th Place after Day One of the MJWL Championships only 16 points out of second place thanks to the performance of the Heavyweights!

We got absolutely smashed under 100 pounds as wrestler after wrestler choked and was sent home early by under wrestling to their seeds! The only wrestler under 100 pounds to qualify for day 2 is William Bressner who will be wrestling for 7th place.  It was not all disaster for the lightweights though as Gaige Lloyd picked up one victory and Zac Packer won 2 matches before getting knocked out!

The Heavyweights shined through as we pushed a team record 5 into the finals!

Hunter Yoakum went 3-0 and won his semi final match vs Damascus in the Ultimate Tie Breaker,

Camryn Grindle was absolutely dominating winning 15-0 in his semi finals match!

Patrick Sidelinger only a second year wrestler knocked off 3 wrestlers to make the championship match!

Alec Blume went 2-0 on his way to the finals!

Nolan Klado pulled a major come from behind victory vs Mckim to make the heavyweight final!

in the semi consolation round we have 5 wrestlers trying to wrestle back to third with Sonny McCauley, Tyler Klein, Colin Alexander, Dylan Shank and Tyrell Armstrong all making it to the final six!

 

We will see what tommorow brings!

 

and hopefully our lightweights have learned what wrestling in a big time tournament means for next year and don't fall by the wayside next season at the finish line!

MJWL Day 2 Results - The Brutality of Wrestling

Going into Day 2 our group had a big hill to climb to get back into the team race!  It would have taken a minor miracle to get to the top 3 and every kid who made it back to day 2 did everything they possibly could to try and make it happen!

 

after the consolation rounds we had Tyler Klein and Sonny McCauley both pin their way to 3rd place,  Colin Alexander placed 6th, Tyrell Armstrong and Dylan Shank took 4th and William Bressner finished 8th we sat in 7th place despite those efforts and needed things to go our way in the finals!

after the other teams traded points back and forth our first chance came at 105 where Hunter Yoakum jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead before things came unglued the match was 6-5 before the Damascus wrestler secured the Pin Fall and Hunter finished in 2nd Place!  

At 115 Camryn Grindle survived an early scare after going up 4-0 the middle river kid took the lead 6-4 temporarily until Camryn score 8 straight points before putting away the match earning another pin fall and the 115lb title!  

Going into 122 our 2nd year wrestler Patrick Sidlinger who wrestled a very tough tournament and matched up against a defending tournament finalist kept the match within reach only down 4-O in the third period before going for broke with his infamous sidelinger roll which didn't quite work on this seasoned veteran and Patrick came away with a very impressive 2nd place!

Next up Alec Blume was to come and he hit a couple gator rolls and finished his match with a pancake crank that secured another 6 team points and moved us into 5th place only 2 points Out of third place which meant a win at heavyweight and we walk away with the 3rd place statue!   

Nolan showed a lot of heart going back and forth with his opponent and held a 6-4 lead with 57 seconds to go before getting rolled and caught on his back which ended our push towards the podium.   Nolan still finished an impressive 2nd place! And the team ended up 5th place!

its easy to critique the last one who wrestled and say if this or that but the reality is 29 wrestlers were entered into this event and a quite a number of guys can take the blame who under wrestled their seeds!  As I've been saying all year this is when it matters most and that all these matches, tournaments and events require a complete effort in order to succeed, the league is too competitive to give a half effort and wrestling is unforgiving!  Luck very rarely makes the difference it's the effort that is the key and we had a lot of partial efforts at this event and that was the Difference between being among the top and being mediocre!

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR PLACE WINNERS AND OUR TWO CHAMPIONS!!!!

And best wishes to our 11 State Qualifiers next weekend!

 

 

MJWL Day 2 Results - The Brutality of Wrestling Copy

Going into Day 2 our group had a big hill to climb to get back into the team race!  It would have taken a minor miracle to get to the top 3 and every kid who made it back to day 2 did everything they possibly could to try and make it happen!

 

after the consolation rounds we had Tyler Klein and Sonny McCauley both pin their way to 3rd place,  Colin Alexander placed 6th, Tyrell Armstrong and Dylan Shank took 4th and William Bressner finished 8th we sat in 7th place despite those efforts and needed things to go our way in the finals!

after the other teams traded points back and forth our first chance came at 105 where Hunter Yoakum jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead before things came unglued the match was 6-5 before the Damascus wrestler secured the Pin Fall and Hunter finished in 2nd Place!  

At 115 Camryn Grindle survived an early scare after going up 4-0 the middle river kid took the lead 6-4 temporarily until Camryn score 8 straight points before putting away the match earning another pin fall and the 115lb title!  

Going into 122 our 2nd year wrestler Patrick Sidlinger who wrestled a very tough tournament and matched up against a defending tournament finalist kept the match within reach only down 4-O in the third period before going for broke with his infamous sidelinger roll which didn't quite work on this seasoned veteran and Patrick came away with a very impressive 2nd place!

Next up Alec Blume was to come and he hit a couple gator rolls and finished his match with a pancake crank that secured another 6 team points and moved us into 5th place only 2 points Out of third place which meant a win at heavyweight and we walk away with the 3rd place statue!   

Nolan showed a lot of heart going back and forth with his opponent and held a 6-4 lead with 57 seconds to go before getting rolled and caught on his back which ended our push towards the podium.   Nolan still finished an impressive 2nd place! And the team ended up 5th place!

its easy to critique the last one who wrestled and say if this or that but the reality is 29 wrestlers were entered into this event and a quite a number of guys can take the blame who under wrestled their seeds!  As I've been saying all year this is when it matters most and that all these matches, tournaments and events require a complete effort in order to succeed, the league is too competitive to give a half effort and wrestling is unforgiving!  Luck very rarely makes the difference it's the effort that is the key and we had a lot of partial efforts at this event and that was the Difference between being among the top and being mediocre!

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR PLACE WINNERS AND OUR TWO CHAMPIONS!!!!

And best wishes to our 11 State Qualifiers next weekend!

 

 

MJWL Day 2 Results - The Brutality of Wrestling Copy

Going into Day 2 our group had a big hill to climb to get back into the team race!  It would have taken a minor miracle to get to the top 3 and every kid who made it back to day 2 did everything they possibly could to try and make it happen!

 

after the consolation rounds we had Tyler Klein and Sonny McCauley both pin their way to 3rd place,  Colin Alexander placed 6th, Tyrell Armstrong and Dylan Shank took 4th and William Bressner finished 8th we sat in 7th place despite those efforts and needed things to go our way in the finals!

after the other teams traded points back and forth our first chance came at 105 where Hunter Yoakum jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead before things came unglued the match was 6-5 before the Damascus wrestler secured the Pin Fall and Hunter finished in 2nd Place!  

At 115 Camryn Grindle survived an early scare after going up 4-0 the middle river kid took the lead 6-4 temporarily until Camryn score 8 straight points before putting away the match earning another pin fall and the 115lb title!  

Going into 122 our 2nd year wrestler Patrick Sidlinger who wrestled a very tough tournament and matched up against a defending tournament finalist kept the match within reach only down 4-O in the third period before going for broke with his infamous sidelinger roll which didn't quite work on this seasoned veteran and Patrick came away with a very impressive 2nd place!

Next up Alec Blume was to come and he hit a couple gator rolls and finished his match with a pancake crank that secured another 6 team points and moved us into 5th place only 2 points Out of third place which meant a win at heavyweight and we walk away with the 3rd place statue!   

Nolan showed a lot of heart going back and forth with his opponent and held a 6-4 lead with 57 seconds to go before getting rolled and caught on his back which ended our push towards the podium.   Nolan still finished an impressive 2nd place! And the team ended up 5th place!

its easy to critique the last one who wrestled and say if this or that but the reality is 29 wrestlers were entered into this event and a quite a number of guys can take the blame who under wrestled their seeds!  As I've been saying all year this is when it matters most and that all these matches, tournaments and events require a complete effort in order to succeed, the league is too competitive to give a half effort and wrestling is unforgiving!  Luck very rarely makes the difference it's the effort that is the key and we had a lot of partial efforts at this event and that was the Difference between being among the top and being mediocre!

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR PLACE WINNERS AND OUR TWO CHAMPIONS!!!!

And best wishes to our 11 State Qualifiers next weekend!

 

 

STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS AT NORTH COUNTY 3/9/13

A great day of wrestling filled with some memorable moments from start to finish.  The Team finished in 7th place among this top notch field ahead of cross town rivals Middle River and Fallston.  We had 6 wrestlers made the awards podium on this early March Saturday!

 

The recap:

William Bressner (0-2 DNP) although William was knocked out early he gave the eventual champion the closest match of the day only losing 4-0 and then came up a takedown short of knocking off his manchester opponent.

Zach Dell (0-2 DNP) had a winnable second match but came up on the short end and hopefully gained some valuable experience.

Colin Alexander (0-2 DNP) came up 1 match short of placing not a bad showing for a second year wrestler.

Austin McCauley (0-2 DNP) actually had a respectable match in his elimination round and hopefully will come back next year with the proper motivation!

Tyrell Armstong (0-2 DNP) lost our first brutal loss of the day while up 3-2 got pinned and eventually lost his next match hopefully will come back next year with a vengeance!

Dylan Shank (0-2 DNP) had a legitimate shot to win his first match but came unglued and made an early exit!

Pat Sidelinger (1-2 DNP) Had the most brutal loss of the day in the qtr finals after having a 4 point lead with 12 seconds left somehow got put on his back with a mixer of all things and lost 9-8 then must have been still worried about that defeat and lost his next match 1 short of placing. Probably the best wrestler in the tournament who didn't place.

Hunter Yoakum (3-2 / 7th Place) had a solid performance lost a couple close matches but was right there and improved from last years outing and finished the season with 41 wins!

Nolan Klado (3-1 / 3rd place) wrestling with a torn meniscus showed alot of heart and technique Nolan scored 45 points in his 3 wins an absolutely amazing number for heavyweight and avenged his loss in last weeks league championships vs Middle River.

Camryn Grindle (4-1 / 3rd place) got better as the day went on and finished up the day with 2 pins to finish with bronze and end one heck of season and junior league career, camryn finished the season with 53 Wins!

Sonny McCauley (4-2 / 5th place) picked the right time to shine and ended the day with an amazing come from behind win securing a pin vs the vipers with less then 10 seconds to go down by 4 points!  Another example of wrestling to the final whistle!

Tyler Klein (5-1 / 3rd place) what can we say about Tyler he is a pinning machine chalk up 5 more today 3 of them vs former state place winners after bouncing back from another one of our brutal losses blowing a 4 point lead with 30 seconds left in the qtr finals!  Tyler takes third breaks the single season wins record with 54 on the season and shattering the single season pins record recording 48 pins this year!  Tyler may be back for one more run next year to try and add a state title!

Alec Blume (3-0 / STATE CHAMPION) we crowned ourselves a State Champion today a feat that will go down in the perry hall wrestling lore!  congratulations on capping it off and bringing home the CHAMPIONSHIP!

STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS AT NORTH COUNTY 3/9/13 Copy

A great day of wrestling filled with some memorable moments from start to finish.  The Team finished in 7th place among this top notch field ahead of cross town rivals Middle River and Fallston.  We had 6 wrestlers made the awards podium on this early March Saturday!

 

The recap:

William Bressner (0-2 DNP) although William was knocked out early he gave the eventual champion the closest match of the day only losing 4-0 and then came up a takedown short of knocking off his manchester opponent.

Zach Dell (0-2 DNP) had a winnable second match but came up on the short end and hopefully gained some valuable experience.

Colin Alexander (0-2 DNP) came up 1 match short of placing not a bad showing for a second year wrestler.

Austin McCauley (0-2 DNP) actually had a respectable match in his elimination round and hopefully will come back next year with the proper motivation!

Tyrell Armstong (0-2 DNP) lost our first brutal loss of the day while up 3-2 got pinned and eventually lost his next match hopefully will come back next year with a vengeance!

Dylan Shank (0-2 DNP) had a legitimate shot to win his first match but came unglued and made an early exit!

Pat Sidelinger (1-2 DNP) Had the most brutal loss of the day in the qtr finals after having a 4 point lead with 12 seconds left somehow got put on his back with a mixer of all things and lost 9-8 then must have been still worried about that defeat and lost his next match 1 short of placing. Probably the best wrestler in the tournament who didn't place.

Hunter Yoakum (3-2 / 7th Place) had a solid performance lost a couple close matches but was right there and improved from last years outing and finished the season with 41 wins!

Nolan Klado (3-1 / 3rd place) wrestling with a torn meniscus showed alot of heart and technique Nolan scored 45 points in his 3 wins an absolutely amazing number for heavyweight and avenged his loss in last weeks league championships vs Middle River.

Camryn Grindle (4-1 / 3rd place) got better as the day went on and finished up the day with 2 pins to finish with bronze and end one heck of season and junior league career, camryn finished the season with 53 Wins!

Sonny McCauley (4-2 / 5th place) picked the right time to shine and ended the day with an amazing come from behind win securing a pin vs the vipers with less then 10 seconds to go down by 4 points!  Another example of wrestling to the final whistle!

Tyler Klein (5-1 / 3rd place) what can we say about Tyler he is a pinning machine chalk up 5 more today 3 of them vs former state place winners after bouncing back from another one of our brutal losses blowing a 4 point lead with 30 seconds left in the qtr finals!  Tyler takes third breaks the single season wins record with 54 on the season and shattering the single season pins record recording 48 pins this year!  Tyler may be back for one more run next year to try and add a state title!

Alec Blume (3-0 / STATE CHAMPION) we crowned ourselves a State Champion today a feat that will go down in the perry hall wrestling lore!  congratulations on capping it off and bringing home the CHAMPIONSHIP!

----- 2013-2014 SEASON INFO! --------

Schedule Of Events for 2013-2014 Season

Season Events (dates subject to change)

Our Team Will be divided into (2) competitive Teams with it's own schedule....To Make things simple we will call each team as follows:

PUNISHER BLACK (THOSE EVENTS WILL BE WRITTEN IN BLACK)
PUNISHER BLUE (THOSE EVENTS WILL BE WRITTEN IN BLUE)
 

November Practice will determine who will be assigned to which team........

More events will be added as they become available.

(*** = OPEN EVENTS OPTIONAL PAY YOUR OWN WAY! THESE EVENTS ALSO REQUIRE A SANCTIONING BODY CARD FOR EACH ORGANIZATION INFORMATION WILL BE FORWARDED TO THOSE INTERESTED)


PUNISHER BLACK SCHEDULE
12/1 @ Hickory Fountain Green 9:00am Weigh In
10:00 Punisher Black vs HFG
11:30-1:00 Punisher Black vs (Back ups of Arden/Mckim/Hickory)

12/14 @ Franklin High School weigh in 1:00pm
2:00 Punisher Black vs Lansdowne
3:30 Punisher Black vs Northwest
5:00 Punisher Black vs Mt. Airy Navy

12/15 @ PERRY HALL LITTLE 20 XMAS TOURNAMENT (ALL WRESTLERS BLACK TEAM IS REPONSIBLE FOR MAT SET UP 8pm on 12/14)
Wrestling on 12/15 from 9am to conclusion this is our season fund raiser 100% participation and help is needed.

12/21 @ RHINO ROUND ROBIN NOVICE TOURNAMENT ($15.00 PER WRESTLER PAYABLE AT DOOR info to follow)

12/29 @ PERRY HALL PUNISHER ROUND ROBIN (ALL WRESTLERS MAT SET UP 8:30am)
3 Rounds of wrestling 10am to 3pm

1/12 @ Century High School Weigh in 3:00pm
4:00 PUNISHER BLACK vs WARRIORS Lehigh
5:30 PUNISHER BLACK vs WARRIORS Navy


1/19 @ Poly High School weigh in 10:30am
11:30 PUNISHER BLACK vs Mckim Navy
1:00 PUNISHER BLACK vs Hereford Navy

1/26 @ Chesapeake High School 9:00am Weigh In
10:00 PUNISHER BLACK vs MIDDLE RIVER NAVY

2/2 @ TOM DICARLO BALTIMORE AREA NOVICE CHAMPIONSHIPS AT OVERLEA HS (1st/2nd year wrestlers only)

2/9 @ Woodlawn High weigh in 12:00pm
1:00 PUNISHER BLACK vs WOODLAWN NAVY
2:30 PUNISHER BLACK vs DAMASCUS NAVY


3/8 and 3/9 MJWL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS BRACKETED TOURNAMENT PLACE WINNERS ADVANCE TO STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS @ PERRY HALL (THIS IS A STRAIGHT WEIGHT EVENT and GEARED FOR INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED WRESTLERS, EVERYONE IS ALLOWED TO ATTEND BUT WE WILL TALK WITH EACH WRESTLER INDIVIDUAL TO DETERMINE IF IT IS AN APPROPRIATE EVENT FOR THE INDIVIDUAL ANYONE WHO PLACES AT THIS ADVANCES TO THE STATE TOURNAMENT THE FOLLOWING WEEK.)



PUNISHER BLUE SCHEDULE
12/1 @ HICKORY FOUNTAIN GREEN 9:00AM Weigh In
10:00 PUNISHER BLUE vs MCKIM
11:30 PUNISHER BLUE vs HICKORY
1:00 PUNISHER BLUE vs ARDEN

12/8 @ Woodlawn High School weigh in 10:00am
11:00 PUNISHER BLUE vs WOODLAWN
12:30 PUNISHER BLUE vs MANCHESTER NAVY
2:00 PUNISHER BLUE vs MANCHESTER LEHIGH
3:30 PUNISHER BLUE vs WOODLAWN B


12/14 @ BEST OF BALTIMORE DUALS @ LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD (LINE UP TBD WEEK OF)
Teams (ESP, WOODLAWN, MANCHESTER, PH, MCKIM, OUTLAWS, WARHAWKS, VIPERS, ARDEN, MOCO ELITE)
9:00 PH vs MOCO ELITE
10:30 PH vs ARDEN
12:00 PH vs WARHAWKS
1:30 PH vs VIPERS
3:00 PH vs OUTLAWS

12/15 @ PERRY HALL LITTLE 20 XMAS TOURNAMENT (ALL WRESTLERS BLUE TEAM IS REPONSIBLE FOR BREAKING THE TOURNAMENT DOWN 100% HELP and PARTICIPATION IS NEEDED THIS IS OUR ANNUAL FUND RAISER Wrestling begins 9:00 to conclusion

12/21 @ HEREFORD HIGH SCHOOL weigh in 1:00pm
2:00 PUNISHER BLUE vs HEREFORD NAVY
3:30 PUNISHER BLUE vs NORTHWEST
5:00 PUNISHER BLUE vs BOYS LATIN

12/22 @ VIPER DUALS at Gary J. Arthur Community Center in Cooksville (LINE UP TBD WEEK OF)
TEAMS (VIPERS B, NAVY, WILLIAMSPORT, PH, ARDEN, OUTLAWS B, DAMASCUS B, MCKIM B, GAITHERSBURG, WARHAWKS B)

12/29 @ PERRY HALL PUNISHER ROUND ROBIN  (MAT SET UP AT 8:30)
3 ROUNDS OF WRESTLING 10:00 AM TO 3:00PM

1/4 and 1/5 @ MANCHESTER TOURNAMENT at North Carroll High School (LINE UP TBD)

1/11 @ Sparrows Point High School weight in 9:00AM
10:00 PUNISHER BLUE vs MIDDLE RIVER
11:30 PUNISHER BLUE vs ESP SPARTANS

1/19 @ PUNISHER DUALS (LINE UP TBD) Mats will be set up day before from High school event.
TEAMS (PH, WOODLAWN, MSJ, VIPERS, MONT GENERALS, FALLSTON, MT.AIRY, ESP SPARTANS)


2/1 @ South Carroll High School weigh in 9:00am
10:00 PUNISHER BLUE vs WARRIORS LEHIGH
11:30 PUNISHER BLUE vs HEREFROD
1:00 PUNISHER BLUE vs WARRIORS NAVY

2/8 @ Damascus Fire Hall weight in 10:30am
11:30 PUNISHER BLUE vs MT. AIRY
1:00 PUNISHER BLUE vs DAMASCUS

2/22 & 2/23 OPEN WEEKEND (MDWAY STATES ARE AN OPTION)

3/1 & 3/2 OPEN WEEKEND (MAWA QUALIFIER IS AN OPTION)

3/8 and 3/9 MJWL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS BRACKETED TOURNAMENT PLACE WINNERS ADVANCE TO STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS @ PERRY HALL (ALL BLUE TEAM WRESTLERS WILL BE ENTERED ALONG WITH SOME OF THE BLACK TEAM WRESTLERS - TOP 5 IN EACH WEIGHT ADVANCE TO THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS)

3/16 MD JUNIOR LEAGUE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS @ MSJ


                          



*** JANUARY  25th (MSWA REGIONAL QUALIFIER @ MSJ) OPEN SELF-PAY TOURNAMENT


*** FEBRUARY 15th or 16th (MSWA AGE/WEIGHT TOURNAMENT) OPEN SELF-PAY @ CARROLL COUNTY AG CENTER MUST HAVE QUALIFIED AT REGIONALS

*** FEBRUARY 23rd (MDWAY AGE/WEIGHT TOURNAMENT OPEN SELF-PAY @ UMBC

 

 

           

 

          

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 NUWAY NATIONALS

Battle Creek, Michigan 4-13-13

 

William Bressner represented Maryland well at the Nuway Nationals in Michigan defeating wrestlers from New Jersey, Indiana and Ohio to finish in 2nd place!

Md / Va STATES CHAMPIONSHIPS 07

Hayfield , Virginia;


Highs and Lows: Unforturnately in wrestling only (1) guy walks away from the season satisfied with the result of his last performance, that is the Champion. Everyone else must reflect on what more they could have done to have been that guy.

Wrestling (at least at the higher level) demands so much emotion that when your on top it's the highest of the high, but the dissapointment is crushing when you face defeat.

Our wrestlers battled through the elite and made their team and families proud while wrestling with honor. This tournament which marks the end of our season has over the years had many, many moments of glory for us, while at the same time brought us to our knees......

This year we saw the ending of (2) junior league careers as Robin Paguia who has been a phenom, placing each year in the State tournament. Robin wrestled great this year hitting a tough patch near the end but finished up like a champion taking 4th place beating the MJWL Champion, AAWL Champion and Last Years State Runner-Up in what had to be one of the toughest weight classes in the tournament, Robin will excell at the highschool level without missing a beat next year.. Robin finishes his jr. league career as #5 on our ALL TIME WINS LIST.

Patrick Downey who came to us this year, a longtime Golden Ring wrestler had another great year he finished the season with only (1) loss in Maryland on his way to the MJWL Regional Title and taking 3rd place at the Maryland / Virginia States. Patrick will be attending the storied Mt.St.Joe program next year where he should be a key to that potent lineup...


Shaun Murphy. The best junior league wrestler that I've ever coached has been there year in and year out, never cracking, never waivering. He over the years has been the only wrestler that I have never been nervous about during matches, He seems to always do the right thing at the right time. He is always in the right position and on the attack. Sometimes we take for granted his precision. But even HERO's Fall sometimes and as I think here what to write my emotions are still shook up over what had happened (see Shaun, who is 1 of the original 4 and the LAST of my first group of wrestlers, hasn't lost a Maryland Tournament match since 2002, He is the best I've ever coached and is revered among our league as one of the best kids in it. When other teams, coaches, parents around maryland hear the name Perry Hall. Immediately Shaun Murphy is at the top of thier minds.... Shaun was on a tear and looked as though history was going to be made, Shaun going into the Finals was on a 7 match win streak against the states elite allowing only 2 points during those matches........ But even Giants falter on occasion and Shaun came up a little short despite his best effort. These kind of losses really bother me because I replay over and over what could have been done different or what decision should have been made that wasn't...... It's hard to take and I know if you can deal with it and learn from these type of set backs you will come back twice as strong.

Shaun Finished the season as the Md/Va State Runner-Up now a 3x Finalist Twice The STATE CHAMPION and a 3x MJWL Champion and All Star (this would probably be enough for most kids and their parents for a lifetime.)

However I know Shaun is dissapointed and that's what makes him a true champion..... NEXT YEAR I've Made a vow that SHAUN WILL WIN THAT 3rd TITLE, He will always be the best in my eyes and I have been honored to have known and coached him.

MJWL Navy / Lehigh Results

NAVY / LEHIGH TOURNAMENT Results:

The Punishers placed all 5 OF It's Wrestlers in the Top 6 and will advance everyone to next weekend's Md/Va State Championships at Hayfield High School;


Leading the Charge were our 2 Champions,

Patrick Downey was by far the best Heavyweight in the Tournament, the former Golden Ring Wrestler who will be attending Nationally ranked Mt. St. Joe next year is finishing his junior league career with a flury, Patrick went 4-0 over the weekend recording 3 falls and a technical fall over the MJWL all-star selection. This is after taking the MSWA title the week before.


Mr. Perry Hall Shaun Murphy claimed his spot in Perry Hall History becoming only the 4th Wrestler in the long line of Tradition to Win 3 MJWL Titles the other three were Bill Gialamas, Chad Votta and Rico Chiapperelli. Shaun wrestled an Awesome tournament and did not allow a Point against him capping the final match with a punishing 6-0 beating of his opponent.


Robin Paguia made his second consecutive Finals Apperance taking 2nd place. Robin has had a few tough weeks in a row and if he can straighten it out before Saturday should be a favored to make the State Finals.

Andrew Huber our Heavyweight Rookie found his way to the HWT Finals taking second place beforing losing to Mckim's Shaquille Barrett (Who's brother was HS National Champion) Next week could bring home some more hardware.

Nathaniel Moskunas THE FUTURE OF PERRY HALL WRESTLING finished in 6th place wrestling some very competitive matches and improves each time he's goes on the mat.............. Nathaniel may end up our best ever? Time will tell.....

PRACTICE SCHEDULE

PRACTICE SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE (BASED ON MATS BEING DOWN AT HIGH SCHOOL)

ALL PRACTICES TO BE HELD AT PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL IN THE WRESTLING ROOM NEXT TO THE GYMNASIUM.
TIMES WILL BE 6:30 PM TO 8:15 PM

 

ALL WRESTLERS ARE EXPECTED TO MAKE ALL PRACTICES DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER (BARRING PARTICIPATION IN ANOTHER RECREATION PROGRAM THAT IS STILL IN SEASON OR A SCHOOL FUNCTION.)

Wrestling allows an athlete to accomplish his goals through the time and effort that they put in,  The more you practice and get from practice the better you will perfrom during competition.  Those who put in the effort will be rewarded on the Mat.

 

THE TEAM WILL BE DIVIDED INTO (2) TEAMS FOR COMPETITION
PUNISHER BLACK and PUNISHER BLUE Both Teams will practice together as 1 Team.

THE TEAM THAT YOU WILL BE ASSIGNED TO WILL BE DETERMINED DURING THE NOVEMBER EVALUATION PERIOD BY THE COACHING STAFF.

 

NOVEMBER -  6 / 7 / 12 / 13 / 14 / 19 / 20 / 21 / 26 /27* (10 PRACTICES) *Date Added

DECEMBER -  3 / 4 / 5 / 10 / 11 / 12 / 17 / 18 / 19 (9 PRACTICES)

JANUARY -  2 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 14 / 15 / 16 / 21 / 22 / 23 / 28 / 29 / 30 (13 PRACTICES)

FEBRUARY - 4 / 5 / 6 / 11 / 12 / 13 / 18 / 19 / 20 / 25 / 26 / 27 (12 PRACTICES)

MARCH - 4 / 6 / 11 / 13 (4 PRACTICES) ONLY THOSE WHO QUALIFY FOR STATES WILL PRACTICE 11th and 13th Location TBD

Wrestlers at the UMBC preseason Open

Wrestling Season is about to get under way and William Bressner has already been taking to the Mat hitting some pre-season open tournaments.

 

He wrestled at the UMBC retreiver open last weekend and went 3-0 taking Home the 60# championship.

Kyle Zhong placed 4th at 70lbs while Ian Budny went 1-2 on the day.

 

Congrats to these guys for putting in the extra work!!!

Opening Day in Forest Hill recap!

December 1, 2013

Welcome to wrestling, as many of you found out today wrestling is tough!   And for our veterans you have a little idea where you stand at the moment and what areas you need to improve on!   I think it was a good experience regardless and it's the first event of the season we have a long road ahead so every practice it is imperative that you give it your all so that you can turn that into success on match day!

The Recap:  

Black team had some struggles vs the Host team which could have been expected in the first match of the day but we did get a few match winners from Saharsh Buddula, Justin Stever, Lucas Thompson and Dimitri Papavasiliou gaining the black team 15 team points!   Then the black team headed upstairs to the exhibition room where they got some valuable mat time!   For the new guys the more mat time and experience you can get the quicker you can improve!  The Black team is on a bye next week so you have the next 2 weeks to sharpen your skills before the next event on 12/14 at Franklin vs Mt. Airy B, Northwest and Lansdowne. 

An additional note, The schedules are done months in advance of the season because the teams are subject to school availability and permit aquistion. The point is the order in which you get certain teams is sort of random and when teams are divided into certain divisions back in September, It is not an exact science and to try and predict how good teams will be 3 months prior to the season based predicted weight classes is sometimes not accurate. The point is the Colts team looks to be a very very good team, they beat Mckim and Our Blue team today which were both big upsets.  So for your guys on the Black team it looks like you got your toughest match in week 1.

Blue Team Was a day of mixed results with some highs and a few lows sprinkled in!    We should all understand after today why it's important to be at the right weight class!  If we aren't I'm forced to juggle the line-up and doesn't allow us to match up the way I want to all the time!    Here is the thing with weight management that I find absolute fact! (If you put in the work to maintain and/or cut weight with working out or dieting or running off the water weight and go to all that effort it is very unlikely that on match day you will go out and lay an egg.  The reason for this is because you are far to vested to do that!  Noone with any reasonable sense is going to go to all that trouble and then not give 100% effort!). With that being said when and if we get where we need to be then success will certainly follow!

 

vs Mckim we actually had the match won before we have to forfeit the last 2 weight classes so the final score was 37-46 but we actually wrestled really well in the matches we wrestled.   Wins were earned by William Bressner, Brad Lintz, Marquis Kemp, Nathan Winters, Nathaniel Moskunas, Ian Budny, Patrick Sidelinger and Cruz Cespedes!

vs HFG we struggled by did get some good performances Zach Dell edged out a state qualifier with a 4-3 match, Nathan Winters, Ian Budny, Hunter Yoakum, Patrick Sidelinger and Nolan Klado all recorded pin falls and William Bressner defeated a state place winner by 6-1 score

Vs Arden we got the team victory by a score of 47-40 with wins recorded by William Bressner, Hunter Yoakum, Patrick Sidelinger, Ian Budny, Nathaniel Moskunas, Nathan Winters, Cruz Cespedes and Dylan Young

Other Individual Highlights were turned in by Ian Budny who was a "B" team rookie last year started off his season with 3 victories and looks to be an almost certain lock for the Most Improved Wrestler this year.  Also Patrick Sidelinger jumped off to a quick start recording (3) victories on the weekend.  As well as newcomer Nathan Winters who wrestled last year for Northeast Cecil County began his Punisher career winning his first 3 matches.

Next Sunday the Blue Team travels to woodlawn for 4 matches vs manchester a & b and woodlawn a & b we will be discussing our plan for the line-up on Tuesday at practice!

 

Wrestlers of the Week:

Blue Team:   WILLIAM BRESSNER 3-0 (1 win by pin and 2 decisions one of which over a state place winner)

Black Team:  DIMITRI PAPAVASILIOU 1-0 (11-10 victory over HFG in first match of career)

 

Punisher Blue takes 3 of 4 at Woodlawn in week 2

December 8, 2013

A Good day of wrestling on a snowy Sunday afternoon as the Punishers traveled to Woodlawn for 4 matches.

The day began vs Manchester Navy where it started rough as our first 4 got knocked off before Zach Dell pulled out our first of 10 straight wins in route to a 60-31 team score!   Individual wins recorded by Justin Stever, Marquis Kemp, Nathan Winters, Ian Budny, Malachi Fowler, Hunter Yoakum, David Cole, Dimitri Papavasiliou and Patrick Sidelinger.

Against Machester Lehigh we lost a handful of close matches and when it was all said and done we found ourselves on the shortend of 54-26 score!  Individual Highlights included wins by Dylan Young, Ian Budny, Malachi Fowler, Hunter Yoakum and Patrick Sidelinger.

In match number three The Punishers squared off against Woodlawn Navy and jumped out to a quick start with first period pins recorded by Cruz Cespedes, Dylan Young, Bradley Lintz, Zach Packer, Kyle Zhong, William Bressner, Zach Dell and Justin Stever.   Then after a close decision loss Ian Budny, Nathan Winters, Malachi Fowler, Hunter Yoakum, David Cole, Dimitri Papavasiliou and Patrick Sidlelinger added to the team score and the Punishers were victorious by a score of 84-3!   Nolan Klado also picked up a win at heavyweight!

In the final match of the day Perry Hall went up against Woodlawn Lehigh in a match that we were a big underdog going into based on the last few years results.   However that's why you wrestle the matches!  Our Black Team wrestlers who came to wrestle today really helped us fill the lineup and were a major factor in our 47-40 upset win!    Dylan Young started us off with a pin followed by William Bressner at 60 earning a tech fall to start it 11-0,   After Zach packer picked up a forfeit and Kyle Zhong recorded a pin the score was 23-0 heading into the heart of the woodlawn lineup.   We forfeited the next 2 weights and then had to hit their buzz saw and woodlawn retook the lead 30-23!  Nathan Winters and Malachi Fowler put the punishers back on top 35-30 before Ian Budny gutted out a tough match which he lost 15-5 in a back an forth battle making the score 35-34 with 4 matches left!  At that time the realization of a coaching error by woodlawn because he hadnt considered we had the next 4 weights covered and he could only cover 2 of them which made it mathematically impossible for woodlawn to win the match!   After Hunter Yoakum and Dimitri Papavasiliou recorded their victories it was simply academic at that point and the Punishers pulled the upset 47-40.   David Cole recorded a come from behind win in an exhibition bout to finish the day!

Wrestler of the Week:    Hunter Yoakum going 4-0 on the day!

Incidently the 1972 Dolphins will be cracking the champagne tonight because all our wrestlers are no longer undefeated!   Now that we got that out of the way it's time to work on getting better the rest of the way!   Next week is the busiest weekend of the year!!!!

 

Loyola Best of Baltimore Duals

December 14, 2013

Tough wrestling at Loyola as 9 of the top teams from around the state saw action on 4 mats for 5 rounds of competition!   The Punishers had 2 weight class champions both going 4-0 on the day!

 

Hunter Yoakum and Patrick Sidelinger

Also wrestling well was William Bressner who went 3-1 with his only loss coming in a 1-0 battle.

other who picked up wins were Dylan Young (3) , Zach Dell (3), Nathan Winters (1), Ian Budny (2), Malachi Fowler (2), Colin Alexander (2),

others who saw action were Brad Lintz who lost 2 of his matches on points and new comers Liam Alexander and David Cole who had to courage to wrestle at such an event!

 

 

Northwest Quad for Punisher Black

December 16, 2013

The Black Team wrestled at Franklin on Saturday or atleast those who showed up did.   We created this Black team this year to try and get more kids matches during the season.  It's unfortunate that we don't have full participation.  Needless to say with 5 starters not in the lineup the team had no chance of winning any of the matches.   It is very important that if you are a starter on either team BLUE OR BLACK that you attend the events.  Every event we do costs money and I hate to waste money on things.

The highlights on Team Black for Saturday were Saharsh Buddula and Matt Slebzak recording (3) wins each,  Dimitri Papavasiliou picked up (2) more wins while Justin Stever, Kyle Muller, Ben Packer and Zach Packer All recorded (1) Victory.

Punishers place 15 wrestlers at the Little 20 on the Way to TEAM SILVER

December 16, 2013

First off THANK YOU to ALL the Parents who helped and contributed to our cause to make our annual christmas tournament a success your efforts are much appreciated and neccessary to maintain this great event.

 

At the annual Little 20 christmas tournament the Punishers placed 15 wrestlers into the top 6 in their respective weight class and finished in 2nd place as a team among this tough 16 team tounament.

 

Again several members of the Black team were no shows and this is very troubling moving forward for the remainder of the season.

 

Highlights of the Day:

William Bressner successfully defended his 2012 Little 20 Title and is now a 2x LITTLE 20 TOURNAMENT Champion as he went 4-0 on the day.

Hunter Yoakum placed 2nd do the defending MJWL Champion in one of the best matches of the tournament falling by a 4-3 score which ended with a questionable stalling violation that was not called.

Colin Alexander picked up a Silver medal at 110lbs.   Cruz Cespedes and Dylan Young provided light weight domination by both finishing in second place at 50lbs and 54lbs respectively.

Coming in 3rd place was Heavyweight Nolan Klado and Ian Budny at 103lbs.

Malachi Fowler brought home a 4th place medal at 110lbs. while Pablo Thompson and Patrick Sidelinger finished 5th. rounding out the Punisher Place finishers were Luke Venable, Justin Kavanaugh, Andrew Hemler, Nathaniel Moskunas and David Cole took home 6th place in their weight classes.

 


WRESTLERS OF THE WEEK:
SATURDAY -    BLUE TEAM (PATRICK SIDELINGER AND HUNTER YOAKUM)
SATURDAY -    BLACK TEAM (SAHARSH BUDDULA)
SUNDAY -   (WILLIAM BRESSNER)

 

 

Punishers Crown 6 Champions at the Rhino Round Robin

Congratulations to all who wrestled at the Rhino Round Robin lots of wrestling for our beginners and lots of experience!

 

Special Recognition for our (6) wrestlers who brought home Gold!

Tanner Cooper / Cruz Cespedes / Brad Lintz / Justin Stever / Dimitri Papavasiliou / Jacob Scarbath

 

Great Job!

Punishers take 2 out of 3 at Hereford with only 8 wrestlers!

With almost all our 1st and 2nd year kids at the Rhino Round Robin and missing 4 starters to illness it looked like a tall order to fill at Hereford!

 

But the "excellent eight" stepped up to the plate and performed well vs Hereford all our wrestlers won starting with Dylan Young then William Bressner and Zach Dell followed next by Marquis Kemp, Nathaniel Moskunas and Ian Bundy picked up pins! Then closing it out were Hunter Yoakum and Patrick Sidelinger en route to a very close 44-36 victory!  Next up Boys Latin who had some holes as well and again all 8 of our wrestlers won their weight classes as the punishers won 48-12!   In the 3rd match we just had to many holes to overcome the forfeits but William Bressner, Marquis Kemp, Hunter Yoakum and Patrick Sidelinger all recorded victories!

 

Punishers finish 2nd at Viper Duals

12/22 Howard County, Maryland

The Punisher combined team traveled to the Annual Viper Duals for 4 rounds of competition! In the pool rounds Perry Hall started the day off against Williamsport in an epic battle Dylan Young started it off with a 14-10 decision and William Bressner scored a pin fall in the light weights but the Williamsport boys would not go away as the jumped out to a 30-9 lead before the Punishers kicked it in gear and won several closely contested matches all of which would turn out to be critical to secure the team victory!  Marquis Kemp won by pin, Nathaniel Moskunas squeaked out a 8-6 win, Ian Budny needed overtime to pull out his match 6-4 followed by Malachi Fowler who secured a 10-4 decision!   Then Hunter Yoakum and Rookie Dimitri Papavasiliou both secured pins followed by Pat Sidelinger who gutted out a tough come from behind 12-8 decision which made the 39-42 going into the heavyweight match where our friend Nolan Klado would not be denied and secured the pin to carry the Punishers to a 45-42 victory!

In the second round The Lightweights shined against the Md Eagles out of Gaithersburg as Dylan Young, Brad Lintz, Zach Packer, William Bressner and Zach Dell all recorded pins to start us out to an early 30-12 lead, next Justin Stever pulled out a 6-4 decision another member of the black team who played a critical role in the outcome of this match as did Ian Budny who secured a fall before Nolan Klado and Pat Sidelinger closed things out with a 48-36 team victory!  

Match 3 was next against Damascus where the rout was on from start to finish match winners were Dylan Young, Brad Lintz, William Bressner, Zach Packer, Zach Dell, Nathaniel Moskunas, Justin Stever, Marquis Kemp, Ian Budny, Colin Alexander, Pat Sidelinger, Dimitri Papavasiliou, Hunter Yoakum and Nolan Klado As the Punishers prevailed 81-18!

The Punishers were 1 of 4 unbeaten teams heading into the placement round and matched up against Navy Junior League for a chance to secure on of the three team Trophies.  It was a tough match but the days earlier matches had the Punishers sharp and ready!   We started off at 80lbs and traded pins back and forth up to 130 as Zach Dell, Marquis Kemp, Nathaniel Moskunas, Malachi Fowler and Hunter Yoakum got victories as the score was 30-24 before the Punishers reeled off 4 Straight with Dimitri Papavasiliou, Pat Sidelinger, Nolan Klado and Dylan Young which made it academic at that point as the Punishers lead 50-30 with 4 matches remaining ment navy would need to secure 4 straight pins to win William Bressner stopped that although in a losing effort 5-3 but did not give up the fall, the final match was an explanation point as Zach Packer hit a come from behind mixer to finish our day on a high and secure the victory and a final team score of 56-39!

The Punishers went 4-0 on the day but lost the overall Title due to criteria of most total points scored but did bring home the Silver!

 

Wrestlers of The Week:

(Black Team - Justin Stever, Brad Lintz, Dimitri Papavasiliou all wrestled at the Vipers duals and won matches as well as winning championships at the Rhino Round Robin)

(Blue Team - Saturday Marquis Kemp 3-0, William Bressner 4-0 with 3 pins in a total of 50 seconds!)

(Blue Team - Sunday Dylan Young, Nolan Klado and Pat Sidelinger all went 4-0!)

PUNISHER ROUND ROBIN RESULTS

PERRY HALL CROWNED SIX CHAMPIONS AT THE ANNUAL PUNISHER ROUND ROBIN ON SUNDAY

CRUZ CESPEDES
WILLIAM BRESSNER
ZACH DELL
KYLE ZHONG
IAN BUDNY
NOLAN KLADO

 

Punishers get 9 through to day 2 at Manchester

A solid performance was turned in at the Manchester tournament as 9 out of 12 wrestlers advanced to day 2 and the Placing rounds:

 

Wrestling for 5th/6th will Be William Bressner, Zach Packer, Nathan Winters and Ian Budny

Wrestling for 3rd/4th will Be Zach Dell, Marquis Kemp, and Patrick Sidelinger

Wrestling in the Championship Finals will be Cruz Cespedes and Nolan Klado.

Dylan Young wrestled well winning 2 matches but didn't quite make the placing round and Brad Lintz turned in a solid day 1 performance as well!

Hunter and Malachi had to miss due to illness but would have done well!

Team Scores to be determined!

MANCHESTER DAY 2 CONCLUSION

Cruz Cespedes earned Silver in his first trip to the manchester holiday tournament at 50lbs!

Zach Packer won 4 matches over the weekend to earn 5th place at 65lbs.

William Bressner finished in 6th place at 60lbs.  While rookie Marquis Kemp earned 3rd place at 90lbs!  2nd year wrestlers Nathan Winters and Ian Budny earned 6th and 5th place respectively At 90lbs and 107lbs

Zach Dell another 2nd year wrestler had a strong showing finishing 4th at 85lbs! As did Patrick Sidelinger at 140lbs.

and Heavyweight Nolan Klado also turned in a strong performance as the runner-up!

Punishers get smoked at Sparrows Point Tri Meet

After today's beat down we have secured last place in Eastern Baltimore County for the 2013-2014 season for the league Dual Meets,  Injuries, bad luck and bad performances all contributed to it!  Unfortunately the scoreboard doesn't lie!  We have 8 weeks left to get things right!

 

Highlights of the day -  Ian Budny and Dylan Young both got 2 wins!  Marquis Kemp also got 2 wins on the day. And Cruz Cespedes won his only match of the day. 

 

Next weekend on Sunday will be split squad check the top of the page for the breakdown!

 

MSWA age/weight Regional Qualifier Results

Glenwood, MD. 

Cruz Cespedes and Dylan Young both placed 3rd going a combined 6-2 at the MSWA regional in Howard County in the 8 and under division!

 

Great Job by these two future stars!

 

Black Team at Warriors matches

The black team traveled to Century to take on the Warriors where Tanner Cooper, Pablo Thompson, Matt Slebzak and Lucas Thompson picked up wins while Zach Packer picked up 2 wins on the day!

PUNISHER DUALS 2014

1st - VIPERS
2nd - MT AIRY
3rd - PERRY HALL

Round 1
VIPERS 59 WOODLAWN 30
GENERALS 39 SPARTANS 33
MSJ 51 NORTHWEST 33
MT AIRY 50 PERRY HALL 30

PH winners - Cruz Cespedes, Zach Dell, Nathan Moskunas, Colin Alexander, Hunter Yoakum, Patrick Sidelinger

Round 2
VIPERS 56 SPARTANS 33
GENERALS 60 WOODLAWN 31
MT AIRY 46 MSJ 44
PERRY HALL 57 NORTHWEST 27

PH winners - Cruz Cespedes, Dylan Young, William Bressner, Kyle Zhong, Zach Dell, Marquis Kemp, Ian Budny, Malachi Fowler, Hunter Yoakum, Dimitri Papavisiliou, Patrick Sidelinger 


Round 3
VIPERS 47 MT AIRY 45
GENERALS 56 NORTHWEST 37
PERRY HALL 48 MSJ 44
SPARTANS 46 WOODLAWN 35

PH winners - Cruz Cespedes, William Bressner, Zach Dell, Marquis Kemp, Colin Alexander, Hunter Yoakum, Dimitri Papavasiliou, Patrick Sidelinger, Nolan Klado

Round 4
VIPERS 63 NORTHWEST 24
MT AIRY 44 GENERALS 39
PERRY HALL 53 WOODLAWN 30
MSJ 50 SPARTANS 36

PH winners -  Cruz Cespedes, Dylan Young, William Bressner, Zach Packer, Colin Alexander, Hunter Yoakum, Patrick Sidelinger, Nolan Klado

Round 5
VIPERS 52 GENERALS 34
MT AIRY 68 NORTHWEST 33
WOODLAWN 33 MSJ 28
PERRY HALL 51 SPARTANS 43

PH winners - Cruz Cespedes, William Bressner, Kyle Zhong, Zach Dell, Nathan Moskunas, Dimitri Papavasiliou, Hunter Yoakum, Patrick Sidelinger, Nolan Klado

 

PH WEIGHT CLASS CHAMPIONS: CRUZ CESPEDES, HUNTER YOAKUM, PATRICK SIDELINGER

WRESTLER OF WEEK - CRUZ CESPEDES WENT 7-0 On the DAY!

 

Warriors Quad Results

A good day for those who were present Punishers defeat Hereford in round 1 followed by 2 competitive matches vs both Warriors teams that could have been won had we had everyone show,

 

Wrestler of the day Was Zach Dell going 5-0

 

others who did well were William Bressner who went 3-0 including. A victory over the state bronze medalist.

Nolan Klado went 2-0, Dimitri Papvasiliou went 3-0, Hunter Yoakum and Patrick Sidelinger both went 3-0!

 

others who won matches today were Ian Budny (2), Nathan Moskunas (1), Kyle Zhong (2), Brad Lintz (1), Dylan Young (2), Malachi Fowler(1)!

Cruz Cespedes also won his only match and is on a 10 match winning streak!

Baltimore Area Novice Championships Results:

Overlea High School,

Perry Hall came home with (7) Individual Titles and (4) Runner-up Finishes at the Tom Dicarlo Novice Championships at Overlea 

Individual Champions were - Victor Marks-Jenkins, Nathan Winters, Ian Budny, Justin Kavanaugh, Zach Packer, Cruz Cespedes and Dylan Young

Silver Medalists - Jack Aubele, Josh Venable, Dimitri Papavasiliou, and Brad Lintz!

 

 

 

DUAL MEET SEASON WRAP UP AND POST SEASON PREP

The Regular Season Wrapped up this past weekend with the Blue Team at Damascus and Black Team at Woodlawn.

OVERALL we had a decent regular season the splitting into 2 teams probably cost us some team matches but on the other hand it got twice as many wrestlers a full slate of matches which should bode well for the future.

 

So far this season the team has a number of team and individual accomplishments.

 

As a team we finished 2nd place at the Little 20 among 15 teams.
At the Viper Duals we went 4-0 finishing 2nd due to the overall points tie-breaker
At the Punishers duals we went 4-1 and finished in 3rd Place.

Individually
Little 20 Champion: William Bressner

Weight class champs at Loyola: Hunter Yoakum / Pat Sidelinger

Weight class champs at Vipers: Nolan Klado / Dylan Young / Pat Sidelinger

Weight class champs at Punisher Dual: Cruz Cespedes / Hunter Yoakum / Pat Sidelinger

Golden Ring Novice Champs: Cruz Cespedes / Dylan Young / Zach Packer / Justin Kavanaugh / Victor Marks-Jenkins / Ian Budny / Nathan Winters

Punisher RR Champs: Cruz Cespedes / William Bressner / Kyle Zhong / Zach Dell / Nolan Klado / Ian Budny

Manchester Place Winners: Cruz Cespedes / Nolan Klado / William Bressner / Marquis Kemp / Nathan Winters / Ian Budny / Pat Sidelinger / Zach Packer / Zach Dell

 

THIS COMING WEEK IS A BYE WEEK,  We will continue practice at PHHS until 3/7/14 until the MJWL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS those who place top 5 at leagues will advance to JR STATES on 3/16.....practice during that week will be a combined practice with MIDDLE RIVER @ CHESAPEAKE HS.         

It will be a good idea for those still competiting to enter the MDWAY (2/23) or MAWA (3/1) tournaments to stay sharp.

 

Academic Achievement

Congratulations are in order to Rookie Saharsh Buddula (center) for being recognized at the PHMS Presidents breakfast where he recieved a certificate and special recognition for achieving straight A's for this school year.  

MJWL REGIONAL WRAP UP 3/9/14

On March 8th and 9th The Maryland Junior Wrestling League had it's REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS at PHHS.

 

PUNISHERS WHO ARE QUALIFIED with results FOR THIS EVENT ARE LISTED BELOW as a team we finished in 5th place

 

***51# CRUZ CESPEDES placed 3rd***


56# DYLAN YOUNG made it the final 8 wrestlebacks

 TANNER COOPER (MIA)

***61# WILLIAM BRESSNER placed 3rd***

BRADLEY LINTZ went 0-2

66# ZACH PACKER made final 8 wrestle backs



76# KYLE ZHONG made final 12 wrestle backs


86# ZACH DELL made final 8 wrestle backs 


91# MARQUIS KEMP (missed weigh in)

JUSTIN STEVER (missed weight)


97# NATHANIEL MOSKUNAS placed 6th

NATHAN WINTERS went 1-2


102# PABLO THOMPSON (Mia)


***107# IAN BUDNY placed 4th***


***112# MALACHI FOWLER placed 4th***

LUCAS THOMPSON (Mia)


117# JOSH VENABLE (missed weigh in)


***124# HUNTER YOAKUM placed 2nd***

DIMITRI PAPAVASILIOU placed 6th


***132# PATRICK SIDELINGER placed 3rd***

192# LUKE VENABLE (missed weigh in)


***232# NOLAN KLADO (CHAMPION)***


 **** qualified for state championships

 

 

 

 

Some of the highlights of the weekend were Nolan Klado winning the heavyweight title keeping the streak alive for our team with 4 consecutive years with at least 1 Champion!   Hunter Yoakum finished 2nd for the second time,  Malachi Fowler had to be the biggest surprise of the tournament winning 3 matches on the way to 4th place,  Cruz Cespedes took bronze, Ian Budny placed 4th, Patrick Sidlinger came back strong on day 2 taking 3rd, while Dimitri Papavasiliou and Nathan Moskunas showed a lot of heart placing 6th,  William Bressner taking 3rd in the tournaments toughest weight class was very impressive William went 4-1 avenging 3 losses he had earlier in the season in a bracket where 2 state place winners didn't even make it to day 2!

 

 

MDWAY AGE/WEIGHT RESULTS AT UMBC

Congratulations to the 8 Wrestlers who took the challenge to compete at UMBC over the weekend.

We had some good performances and a few dissapointing finishes which of great concern to me, we have a bad habit of not finishing matches and blowing leads in the third period and it's up and down the lineup.  the harsh reality is that until you get tired of the same old result it isn't going to change, and it begins with mental toughness which right now we are lacking.  Once that is obtained then the sky is the limit but in the meantime it's going to be tough sledding and the same old same old!

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

Kyle Zhong went 3-1 and took home 3rd place

Nolan Klado and Patrick Sidelinger went 2-1 finishing with Silver

Ian Budny finished 3rd, and Hunter Yoakum took 4th.

Brad Lintz picked up a win in the wrestle backs.   Cruz Cespedes caught a tough draw and lost his only two matches and Zach Dell was winning both the matches he wrestled for 7 and a half minutes but ended up losing both in the final seconds,  much the same thing Hunter did but since hunter did manage a win he ended up placing.   Another knucklehead thing that happened was Nolan attempting a headlock in overtime which predictably wasn't going to work to cost him the championship!

 

As I told everyone the last two weeks get it out of your system before the important events come.

MAWA DISTRICTS AND REGIONALS

PUNISHERS PERFORM WELL AT THE MAWA (Middle Atlantic Wrestling Association) DISTRICT QUALIFIER for the EASTERN NATIONALS IN GLEN ROCK PA!

Advancing 5 of 7 to THE WEST REGIONAL AT SHIPPENSBURG

Nolan Klado 1st

William Bressner 3rd

Patrick Sidelinger 3rd

Cruz Cespedes 1st

Dimitri Papavasiliou 2nd

Hunter Yoakum 4th

Kyle Zhong 4th

 

 

EXCELLENT SHOWING!

 

MARCH 22nd at WAYNESBORO RESULTS: 

Ian Bundy went 0-2 losing his second match in a close 5-0 decision

Dylan Young dropped his first match 8-2 but stormed back winning his next two by 18-2 and 5-4 to place 3rd

 

NEXT WEEKEND AT SHIPPENSBURG UNIVERSITY THE GROUP OF SIX WILL BE WRESTLING IN THE WEST REGIONAL FOR A CHANCE TO MAKE IT TO THE EASTERN NATIONALS IN MAY!

 

 

 

3/30/14 - WEST REGIONALS AT SHIPPENSBURG

THIS IS THE ELITE,  ALL THE WRESTLERS WHO MADE IT TO THIS WERE THE BEST 3 OUT OF 8 QUALIFYING DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS!  Needless to say there are no easy matches here.

DAY 1:

Cruz lost a tough 2-0 match in the round of 16,   Dylan lost his round of 16 match 8-1,  William Bressner won his pigtail round 7-2, then lost a very tough 2-1 match.  

DAY 2:

Nolan opened up with a 10-2 loss in the round of 16

The Story of the event was Patrick Sidelinger who made up for his State tournament meltdown coming in as the S3 meaning by seed he was ranked in the 16-20 range,  but proving the point of no easy matches.   Patrick hit a come from victory to knock off the CM2 in the round of 16,  then in the qtr final round (which put him in double elimination) he upset the CV1 to move on to the semi final round where he lost a tough 5-1 match to the S1.   Patrick has made it to the final six and will attempt to advance against the S2 in the next round where he's in a do or die to make it to nationals!   

 

Patrick finished 5th having to go for it do or die in the elimination match,  still a hell of a tournament! 

 

MD JR LEAGUES STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

March 16, 2014

At Mt St. Joseph's the year end State Championships for the 5 major junior wrestling leagues was held!

 

The Punishers qualified 7 to the big show including Ian Budny, Malachi Fowler, Cruz Cespedes, Nolan Klado, Patrick Sidelinger, Hunter Yoakum and William Bressner.

 

Malachi had an incredible run last weekend making it to this tough event but came up a little short but finished a good last half of the season and may be back for big things next season.

Ian won his first match 7-2 avenging an earlier loss and then fell to the eventual 3rd place kid in the qtr finals,  them in the wrestle backs he dropped a heart breaking 2-0 overtime match vs a Navy wrestler coming up 1 match shy of placing.

Patrick kind of had a let down after winning his first match he fell apart and lost his next two coming up a match short of placing and capped off an otherwise great season but has a big monkey on his back at state tournaments hopefully he can overcome this at the high school level.

 

Hunter wrestled a very good tournament going 4-2 finishing in 4th place against a very tough field.

Cruz went 3-2 on the day and brought home 5th place Cruz win or lose always does so in exciting fashion!

 

Nolan made it the championship final but lost to the Mckim wrestler he defeated last weekend still a very good season and end to a good junior league career.

 

 

William also went 4-2 and beat some top notch competition on his way to 4th place and locked up the Team Highest Wins total on the season!

 

As a team we finished 13th out 56 teams that had qualifying wrestlers.

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO PAT DOWNEY PLACING 5th AT THE BIG SHOW TO BECOME NCAA ALL-AMERICAN

Gain Reaches 20 Wins

January 9, 2006 – 01:00 AM
Brandon Gain continued his winning ways over the Holiday Break securing a Second Place finish this weekend to add to a 4th Place finish last weekend in (2) tough tournaments in Pennsylvania.

Brandon has recorded his 20th win of the season and is the first PH Wrestler to do so this year.

Bradon has shown the dedication and committment it takes to improve and excell. Great Job!

Manchester Novice!


Manchester Novice Tournament:

First can anyone guess who's in the picture?

Great Job by our Dedicated Wrestlers that made the Journey to Hampstead where Maryland Wrestling has a rich and honored tradition!

The Punishers gained 3 Titles through out the day!

First Off JT Weller took the 65lb Championship with 2 Major Decisions....and If he stops looking at his MOM between periods he may become a superstar!

Second was Gordon Reilley who completely out classed the field! His 2 first period PINS gained Gordie the 90# title in dominating fashion!

Surprise of the DAY was Kyle Pennewill who gained 2 pins and won the HWT Title including coming behind from 8-0 in the FINALS!

Tyler Klien won 2 matches in dominating fashion coming back for 3rd place after a tough first round loss!

Cullen Jones made the FINALS and brought home 2nd Place, going 1-1.......

Patrick Mrubu came back and dominated his consolation match to take 3rd place after losing his first one to Cullen Jones!

Josh Tetlow went the distance twice coming up a little short but took 5th place.

Jake Tetlow also finished 5th and had a match in hand before letting it slip away!

Hunter Yoakum took 4th, and would've took 3rd had he not spotted his opponent a 5 point lead before deciding to start wrestling!

LEARN FROM THESE SCREW UPS GUYS! AND TRY TO NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKES AGAIN!

Mervo Meets

Quad Meet :

The day started off rather well against MCKIM, due to a forfiet we lost the match 45-41 close tough battle where many wrestlers did well.......lots of come from behind wins which shows courage and determination and a will to not give up!

The last match of the DAY against Westminister, showed the exact opposite................. A total lack of energy and will was shown and as a result we were SHUT OUT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 12 YEARS! I was embarrassed to say the least!

As was said in the hall after the match and what has been talked about and preached day after day you all need to look within yourself and put forth a maximum effort each match, each practice, each takdown, each shot, each standup, each push up and so on! It is not by luck or chance that you become good at anything!

IT"S FROM HARD WORK! Period!


On another topic: Hygiene and Cleanleness........... Ringworm is on the horizon, You have to take extra steps that includes dissinfectinng your shoes, head gear, clothes and bodies after each time you wrestle including practice! skipping these steps leaves you volnurable to contracting a skin infection! They are very hard to get rid of, so the best thing is to stop it before it happens!

We cannot control what the other teams do and despite our best efforts we still are not 100% in the clear! BEWARE and TAKE THE PROPER PRECAUTIONS!

THIS IS SERIOUS!

Super Sunday!

On SuperBowl Sunday, It seems the TEAM CAME DOWN with What I'll CALL THE PHANTOM FLU!!!!!!!! It has always seemed that alot of parents think the season wraps up in Mid-January uneventfully for some crazy reason? Perhaps the Season drags on too long? ALthough we've only had 7 events so far and with only 2 remaining I can't really imagine that's the case? but oddly enough this is time of year that it starts to fade. You can see that in practice, as the 21 dropped to 14 regulars now it's 10-11.........Perhaps there are too many practices?? Maybe we should do like "ball sports" and stop having practice once the season starts? I wonder how that would turn out?

Miserable Turn Out for a match.................1/2 the team was absent....for a wide range of reasons that I'll not go into or harp on needless to say team wise it's pretty impossible to win when your missing 6 weight classes..........


Match against the LANSDOWNE GATORS WENT RATHER WELL for Those who were There,

Wins were realed off by Tyrell Armstrong, JT Weller, Hunter Yoakum, Raquan Parker to jump out to 24-6............Then 3 Forfeits in a row, which we'd have won 2 of those 3 had we shown up tied the match up.........Cullen Jones recorded a Pin to Put the Punishers back on top.......before the Gators Pulled it out in the end winning the last 3 bouts............

WOODLAWN REMATCH WENT PRETTY ONE SIDED but JT Weller had a competitive match as did Chris Moskunas, Kenneth Lyles was up by 4 before his opponent was disqualified............. and Hunter Yoakum got his second win of the DAY!

NEXT WEEKEND IS AN OFF WEEK, And the REGULAR SEASON WRAPS UP AT WESTMINISTER THE FOLLOWING WEEK!

20 Win Club

Tyler Klein continued a current streak where at least 1 Perry Hall Junior League Wrestler has reached 20 Wins on the season which dates Back to the beginning of our programs Record keeping........(1976)......

Tyler finished 2nd place last weekend at the Montgomery Open Tournament getting his 19th, 20th and 21st Wins on the Season! ALL OF TYLER'S EXTRA WORK AND MATCHES HE'S GOTTEN THIS YEAR WILL AND HAS MADE A DIFFERENCE! He's gotten an extra Year of MAT TIME IN FROM HIS EFFORTS AND NEXT SEASON Will Be the Equivelent of a 3rd year wrestler! YOU CAN ALREADY SEE THE SEPERATION IN PRACTICE COMPARED TO THE OTHER KIDS HIS SIZE!

Great Season!!!

Final Regular Season Wrap Up

Westminister Maryland Our regular season wrapped up with the DOUBLE DUAL MEET vs Reisterstown and Westminister......

FINALLY some guys look like they are coming out of there shell and into their own........

In a rematch vs Wesminister from last month in which we were shut out.....The Punishers won 6 matches and scored 24 Team Points!!!!!

JT Weller, Tyler Klein, Cullen Jones, Gordie Reilley, Kyle Pennewill, Hunter Yoakum, Tyrell Armstrong all recorded wins.

In match #2 It came down to the last match.........and if (AND THERE ARE ALWAYS IF's) a guy made a certain weight (KENNY), or a guy would've wrestled 3 periods instead of 2 (GORDIE) and three others would've shown up (NATHANIEL, CHRISTOPHER AND PATRICK) We would have BLOWN Reisterstown out of the GYM.

Wins recorded by Kyle, Jake, Hunter, Tyler, JT, Tyrell and Cullen......

I LIKE THE DIRECTION YOU GUYS THAT ARE DEDICATED ARE STARTING TO SHOW!

Thaddeus has come a long way since day one as well as Thomas and Gabriel keep improving.........Raquan is a very tough kid and should develop nicely.....

IF WE CAN GET THESE GUYS TO SHOW THAT ARE HALF HEARTED IN IT! Next year should be a grand success.......

ONE THING IS CERTAIN for you DOZEN OR SO THAT KEEP ON GETTING IT...You are all getting better, even JOSH is showing at least signs of life and irritation.....AT LEAST HE CAN NOW BE PROVOKED, (WHICH IS THE START!) The fact is the Better you all get and lock in your spots on the team..... THE OTHERS WHO COME IN #1 should improve quickly and the ONES who show up when it's convienent.....will find themselves knocked out of a STARTING SPOT and will be replaced in the line-up which eventually benefits the team........... (WHEN THERE IS NOONE THERE IN THAT SPOT EAGER TO STEP UP, Then they have the luxury of doing there own thing....) I'm feeling like those days are rapidly disappearing........


FINALLY SOME SEASON HIGH LIGHTS

TYLER LEADS THE WIN TOTAL WITH 23 SO FAR!

KENNY, GORDIE and JT all are tied for SECOND with 16 WINS EACH all with a chance at 20 as well........

JT Has the teams Top Winning % with only 6 losses on the year!

Tyler's victory today vs Reisterstown was over a STATE QUALIFIER WITH 5 YEARS EXPERIENCE! LOOKS LIKE SOMEONE HAS STEPPED INTO THE BIG TIME!

Tyrell has turned it on with 3 straight wins over the last 2 weeks

Hunter is on a 4 Match WINNING STREAK!


NEXT WEEK IS THE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS AND OUR SEASON FINALE'...........

Week 1 Action

Team Punisher Traveled to Mervo for the Season Opener vs Lansdowne and Mckim.

Excellent work to start off the season winning 47-41 vs Lansdowne and Losing a fairly close 42-24 Match to Mckim despite having 3 Wrestlers missing.

Great Performances turned in by Many:
Special Highlights

Tyler Klein won 3 Matches
Gordie Reilley Dominated his 2 matches
Cullen Jones recorded 3 Victories
Jake Tetlow won twice

Other Highlights
Tyrell Armstrong, Noah Michael, David Horne and CJ Larson all stepped up and recorded victories as well.


On Sunday Cullen Jones, Thomas and Gabriel Coleman and Tyler Klein all attended the Loyola Tournament where all wrestled well and came away with some hardware. Cullen, Thomas and Tyler Took the GOLD and Gabriel finished second.

These open tournaments are well worth your time and effort, The result is experience and confidence.


This Weeks Wrestler of the Week by a Slim Margin:

Tyler Klein who has started off with a 3-0 Dual Meet Record and Has Won First Place at The Loyola Tournament and The Fallston Takedown Tournament has posted a perfect 10-0 Record to Start this season.




LITTLE 20 RESULTS 2008

LITTLE 20 RESULTS:

GREAT EVENT AS USUAL

THANKS TO ALL THE PARENTS WHO WORKED SCORE TABLE I KNOW THATS A THANKLESS JOB BUT WITHOUT YOUR HELP WE COULD NOT PUT ON THE BEST TOURNAMENT IN MARYLAND EVERY YEAR.

Thanks To The MOMS who Worked concession, That takes alot of worrying off of me and the Cash we bring in pays for the officials and awards.

Thanks to all those who made donations, This makes the event a financial success.


We finished 6th out of 11 Teams which is not bad considering 3 of the teams invited were in the STATES TOP 10.



Individuals who wrestled well and won some matches were:
Cullen Jones (1-2)
Gabriel Coleman (1-2)
Tyrell Armstrong (2-2)
Gordon Reilley (2-2)

Stand Out Performances
Tyler Klein finished 4th Place
Thomas Coleman finished 4th Place

Wrestler of The Week:
Rookie Noah Micheal who went 3-1 and Finished in SECOND.

Great Job, This like I said is one of the states premier events.

NAVY / LEHIGH REGIONALS RESULTS

RESULTS FROM MJWL






65lb. Noah Michael wrestled well winning his first and second matches by 10-2 and 9-7, Noah Looked in good form, Noah Lost his semi final match to Middle River but is good position tommorow and has a chance for 3rd. On day 2 Noah opened up with a win by final making the consolation finals, In the last match Noah started off great taking a 2-0 lead then late in the third period down by 2 he got caught but still ended up taking home 4th PLACE

80lb. Tyler Klein a tough outing he had 3 tough matches winning the 2nd and losing the 1st and 3rd both of which TYler dominated but somehow got outscored. It's a tough way to end a season.

100lb. Matt Wagner won his first 2 matches convincingly and is over 20 wins this year, In the Semi's Matt had a 4-0 lead and got caught in a roll and lost a heartbreaker, Tommorow Matt has 2 more matches and a shot at the bronze. Matt came through on Day 2 winning both his matches in convincing fashion to come away with 3rd place. He won 8-0 and 8-3 in his final 2 matches.

105lb. Matt Galinn did pretty well winning his first match by pin and then losing to the #2 wrestler in md, then a close 3rd match that with a little more experience may have went the other way.

105lb. Mario Niotis was a noshow again!

110lb. Gordon Reilley ended up in a very tough weight, he went 2-2 losing to the 1st and 5th seeds, and beat the 9th and 10th.....maybe next year things may turn out different.

115lb. Mike Haley was a noshow again!

165lb. Jake Tetlow is still sick in the hospital we wish him a speedy recovery.

200lb. Kyle Pennewill in the final match of the day stole the show by pinning the #2 seed when losing 13-2. Kyle finished in 2nd place

REGARDLESS OF WHAT NUMBER IS AFTER YOUR NAME, YOU MUST PLACE IN THE TOP 6 TO ADVANCE, THIS IS ONLY THE STARTING POINT, IT'S WHERE YOU FINISH THAT MATTERS!

TEAM LEADERS WINS THIS SEASON:

Matt Wagner (25)
Noah Michael (19)
Tyler Klein (17)
Gordon Reilley (15)
Kyle Pennewill (15)

Pat Downey at US OLYMPIC TRAINING CENTER

Pat would like to say hello to all of his supporters back home in Maryland. He's been training hard for the 2012 Olympic Trials and the FILA Junior National Championships and hopes to earn a spot on this year's Junior World Team.

2012 MAWA (middle Atlantic wrestling association) eastern national series

The MAWA SERIES BEGINS WITH 32 district tournaments held in various locations across the middle Atlantic from Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York, Maryland, New Jersey and Connecticut where the top 3 place winners advance to 1 of 4 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP and if you can place in the top 4 there you get to compete in the Prestigous MAWA EASTERN NATIONALS!

At the MD QUALIFIERS we had 3 wrestlers advance

WILLIAM BRESSNER FINISHED 2nd at Annapolis Christian

HUNTER YOAKUM AND CAMRYN GRINDLE FINISHED 3rd at River Hill

All three advance to the SOUTH REGIONAL at Wicomico Civic Center in Salisbury on April 14/15!

York Open Qualifier For Ohio Tournament Of Champions

March 31, 2012 Central York High School - Qualifier for Ohio Tournament Of Champions and a Tune up for SJWA WAR ON THE SHORE NATIONALS.

Hunter Yoakum was one of about 15 wrestlers from Maryland who participated including wrestlers from Middle River, Mckim and The Warhawks. Hunter Wrestled in (2) divisions where he took (1st) Place at the JUNIOR HIGH 100# CLASS and finished (4th) at the Intermediate 100# Class going 4-2 on the day both losses were very close matches including a Overtime match. Hunter recorded 3 of his victories against Pennsylvania Wrestlers.

SJWA War On The Shore Nationals PH All Americans

Attacker Tournament

The Punishers took to the Mats over the weekend at the Old Mill Invitational putting up a great performance.... Robin Paguia won the 77# Title on Sunday after a 4th Place finish at the Bel Air Tournament on Saturday, Robin recorded his 74th career win going 6-2 over the weekend.

Zach Dwyer was the 52# Champion and the 57# Runner-Up going 5-1 in (2) Divisions.

Zach Regester took 3rd place at 92# going 4-1 on the Day.

Brandon Gain recorded the 4th place finishes at Both the Bel Air and Old Mill Tournaments becoming the first wrestler to reach 25 Wins this year.

Matt Swiger placed 4th in a tough 82# Field going 2-2.

Kyle Pennewill placed 3rd at the Bel Air Tournament going 2-1.

Nathanial Moskunas took his first match at the Attacker tournament before dropping a couple tough matches.

Other participates: Jake Tetlow, Josh Tetlow, Chris Moskunas
Good Job, Good Wrestling.....

Opening Weekend

Punishers take to the Mat over this weekend at Lansdowne High School for the 2005-2006 Season Openers:

While alot of guys didn't show or make weight the ones who wrestled did well.

The Punishers won 4 of 7 Matches vs Dundalk and Parkville and took 6 of 7 against host Lansdowne

Individual Standouts:
Robin Paguia 3-0 With 3 Pins
Matt Swiger 3-0 With 2 Pins and a Tech Fall
Brandon Gain 3-0 With 2 Pins and a Major Decision

Other Match Winners included
Zach Regester and Nick Vipperman getting thier first wins of the season, Mike Seglinski took 2 out of 3 matches, Adam Alls recorded a win along with Jake Tetlow.

Perry Hall Little 20 Tournament

December 19, 2005
Little 20 Results

Perry Hall Hosted The Little 20 Tournament this weekend at the PHHS this was a team event with 16 teams participating, We finished 6th.

Individual Performances included
Matt Swiger going 4-1 finishing in 3rd PLACE.

And Brandon Gain won our only Championship winning 4 matches in the Tournaments Toughest weight class also becoming the Events Outstanding Wrestler.

Other Place Winners:
Zach Dwyer 6th
Kyle Pennewill 5th
Jake Tetlow 6th
Josh Tetlow 6th

Robin moves to #7 on All-Time Win List

January 15, 2006
Robin Paguia moved up on the All-Time win list passing Carlo Bonincontri for 7th place after gaining 2 pin falls on Saturday over Severna Park and Lansdowne.

Matt Swiger also took both of his matches by pin fall.

Other Match Winners: Brandon Gain, Adam Alls, Zach Regester, and Jake Tetlow.

Nathanial Moskunas, Chris Moskunas, Josh Tetlow also gained valuble mat experience while Roger Bagley and Jake Mcgowan lost a couple close tough matches.....

PH NOVICE

PERRY HALL NOVICE TOURNAMENT DEC 30th

PH WRESTLING:

COACHES: BILL GIALAMAS, NIK BONINCONTRI, DOUG YOAKUM, CARLO BONINCONTRI, NIK GIALAMAS

WRESTLERS: Hunter Yoakum (2nd Place), Gabriel Coleman (CHAMPION), Kyle Pennewill (2nd Place), Gordie Reilley (CHAMPION), Jake Tetlow (3rd Place), Josh Tetlow (4th Place), Thomas Coleman (2nd Place), Tyler Klien (CHAMPION), Mike Brennan (CHAMPION), Cole Bergan (2nd Place), Tyrell Armstrong (4th Place), JT Weller (CHAMPION)

OW:

Gordie Reilley 3-0 3 Wins By Pin!

Century Tri Meet

Punishers starting to make strides towards the future:

Jan. 12th @ Century............Tri-Meet vs Hereford and The Warriors!

The Punishers jumped out to an early 18-0 lead in the days opener with wins by Nathaniel Moskunas, Thomas Coleman and JT Weller, before the Warriors came roaring back winning the next 5 bouts before Gordon Reilley got the Punishers back in the Win Column, Then At 115 Kenneth Lyles recorded a 3rd period pinfall pulling the Punishers within 12.......forfeiting 2 of the last 4 weight classes makes it tough and the defending league dual champions prevailed 66-30............

In match 2 wins were recorded by Nathaniel Moskunas with a lead off Pin, Then Raquan Parker won a back and forth battle 11-9, Then 6 point wins by Chris Moskunas, Kyle Pennewill and Jake Tetlow added to the Punisher total and Kenneth Lyes recorded his second PIN of the day which pushed the Punisher total to 33pts bringing us with 20 points...........

Lots of Competitive wrestling was seen all day with Thomas Coleman having a close 9-7 match.....among others making strides were Cullen Jones who recorded his first win........Gabriel Coleman got a victory but match of the day was Jake Tetlow's come from behind victory vs Hereford 6-5 while scoring 5 of the matches last 6 points with 30 seconds to go.........to get a very impressive victory!

Next up Woodlawn Tri Meet Next week.

Warrior and Westminister Matches

Warriors and Westminister Matches:

Team Results were not exactly what we hoped for but I think an improvement over last years performance against both teams....

We as a team are improving as you can see with the individual match results:

Warriors Match:

Thomas Coleman win 15-0
Tyler Klein win by Fall
Gordon Reilley win by Fall
Kyle Pennewill win by Fall

also some competitive matches by Gabriel and Noah


Westminister
Tyler Klein win by 7-5
Gordie Reilley win by Fall
Josh Tetlow and Cullen Jones register FF wins

Competitive matches by Tyrell, Thomas, and David


Wrestler of the Week: Gordie Reilley (2) Wins by Pinfall.

Keep up the effort and slowly and surely the wins will start to pile up.......



WARM UP GEAR FORM

WARM UP GEAR
EXCELL FILE SHOWING THE GEAR AND PRICING FOR THIS COMING SEASON.........WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AT PRACTICE WEEK 1.

MONEY IS DUE FOR ALL ORDERS TO ME VIA CASH ONLY BY 11/22/11
THIS IS A ONCE A SEASON ORDER AND NEEDS TO BE DONE BY 11/22 IN ORDER TO MEET THE FIRST MATCH DEADLINE ON DEC 3RD

CLICK THE LINK TO SEE WHAT WE ARE GOING TO HAVE FOR THIS SEASON. THESE ARE THE OFFICIAL WARM UPS FOR THIS SEASON. THEY ARE YOURS TO KEEP AND OPTIONAL.

Good Luck To Pat Downey at The Junior Worlds 9/4/12

Pat Downey Takes Silver Medal in Thailand at Junior World Championships defeated the National Champions of Moldavia, Korea and Armenia before losing to the Iranian in the Finals.

Awesome accomplishment!

Mid Atlantic Championships

Mid Atlantic Results
The Mid Atlantic Preseason Championships were held over the Weekend at Perry Hall High School on November 20th, 2005.

The competition level was excellent and we came away with some hardware ending up with 1 Champion and 5 Runner-Up Place Finishers.

Nik Gialamas pinned his way through the H104lb. Class to Win our only Title.

Bill Gialamas finished with 2nd place after dismantling last years Jr. League State Champ Avi Friedman.

Robin Paguia wrestled 2 very good matches taking the Silver Medal

Matt Swiger dominated his early round matches before dropping his match in the Finals taking 2nd Place.

Brandon Gain gutted out a very tough Semi Final match to Also take the Silver Medal!

Adam Alls Finshed in Second Place in only his 1st year.

Newcomer Roger Bagley went 3-2 on the day finishing in 4th, Michael Seglinski looked very good in his first round match, Jake Tetlow got a win the early rounds, Chris Moskunas managed 2 consolation round victories.

Congratulations to The Perry Hall Punishers on their success!

Woodlawn Novice

Woodlawn Novice Tournament Place Winners
Pictured L to R

Front Row: Josh Tetlow (4th), Hunter Yoakum (2nd), Nathaniel Moskunas (4th)
Second Row: Kyle Pennewill (CHAMP), Jake Tetlow (CHAMP), Chris Moskunas (4th), Carson Hunt (3rd)
Back Row: Coach Brian Yoakum

2004 USYWA Middle School Nationals

February 20, 2004 – 06:00 AM

THE USYWA sponsored the 2nd Annual Middle School Nationals at the Mountaineer Gaming Resort in Chester West Virginia which featured Wrestlers from over 16 States:

Nikolas Gialamas won both the 80 and 85lb Weight Classes going an impressive 6-0 with 6 Falls to become the Events Outstanding Wrestler.

Bill Gialamas won the 75lb Weight class taking his ( 1st ) National Championship.

Little 20 Results

Results for Tournament
Top 4 Place winners for the little 20 Clink link...........

Congratulations to Perry Hall E68 Wrestler Tyler Klein for going 2-2 finishing in 4th place....

E62 WRestler JT Weller who went 2-2 to take 5th place.

M93 Gordon Reilley also finished in 5th place.

while EHWT Wrestlers Kyle Pennewill and Jake Tetlow finished 2nd and 3rd respectively.

E100 Wrestler Cullen Jones also placed 4th.

A Sensational Season

Tyler Klein is off to a sensational start this season and reminds me a little bit of Nik Gialamas in his 1st year who won 20 matches which was a team high in 1998, Nik went on to be a 6X MJWL Finalist, and placed in Md/Va state 6 years in a row, and is a current senior at Calvert Hall that has Placed at High School States 3X and has over 115 Career High School Wins.........



Tyler has Won the following:
Friends Novice
Hanover Novice
Cambridge Novice
PH Novice

Placed 4th at PH LITTLE 20

Currently his season record is 16-4 which is pretty outstanding as a first year wrestler!!!!!

Is Tyler the next big thing??????????????

I'm am pretty excited especially looking at that novice tournament team picture from last week at how young this team is and the fact they will all be together for the next 4 years and longer for most............

MARK THIS IN YOUR CALENDERS: 2010 PH WILL CHALLENGE FOR STATE TITLE!

Mardela Tournament

Extra Mat Time is what it's about and we've had some guys take advantage.......

The Mardela Tournament this Weekend held on Maryland's Eastern Shore was another opportunity for those who want to fine tune there technique.


Tyler Klein

Thomas Coleman

Noah Michael

Gabriel Coleman


All Crowned Champions on Sunday!

Outstanding this coming weeked, Mcdonogh is having a tournament that you may want to consider.


Great Job:

Tyler Is closing in on 20 Wins already and may reach the 30 mark this year which is a standard among the elite.

Thomas Coleman and Noah Michael look to be able to reach the 20 win mark this season and get into the Win Club.


This is starting to shape up into what I had envisioned last year, next years team should be a state contendor.

Week 2 Punishers improve to 3-1

Franklin HS: Punishers roll off ( 2 ) more team wins in dominating fashion to move into 2nd place in the MJWL Navy Division winning 46-42 vs Dundalk and 54-27 over the Lansdowne Gators!

Very Good Performances all around:
2 Match winners included Noah Michael, Mike Haley, Mario Niotis, Matt Wagner, Tyler Klein, Austin Mccauley,Nathan Fowler and other matches were won by Gordon Reilley, Braeden Hardick, Tyrell Armstrong, Matt Galinn, Sonny Mccauley, Blake Gray, Devin Kess and Jessika Tetlow.

Wrestlers of The Week:
Noah Michael improves to 4-0 with 2 More Pins The First in 11 Seconds.
Matt Wagner a rookie got 2 pin fall victories as well.


Note: We have a very good rookie core this year especially in the middle weights and this bodes well for the future and keeping the room competitive....so far Mike H., Matt G., Matt W., and Mario N. have shown some real potential.......

Jessika Tetlow became the first female in our 35 year history to win a wrestling match for our program.

Tyler Klein recorded 2 more wins inching his way closer to the #10 spot on the all-time win list (modern era - since 1995) see the all-time records section of our website.


Next week at home our first tournament and first true test against a large field.....Also anyone who can win first place will have there name included in our Hall of Champions section of the website see that section for a complete list of champions over the years.

Eastern Nationals 2006 (MAWA Finals)

Mid Atlantic Wrestling Association Eastern National Championships held at Wicomico Civic Center in Salisbury, Maryland where some of the Nations best competed.

The Journey began March 3rd while the 31 Districts tournaments held through out the Atlantic Region took place. The 3 At each distict tournament advanced to 1 of 4 Regional Championships held the first 2 weeks in April out of the 12,000+ Wrestlers that enter the District circuit The Top 4 from the North, South, West and East Regionals advance to the National Championships!

This Year marks a couple unprecedented accomplishments for our club,
Nik and Bill Gialamas both took home Titles at the Districts Championships at Cumberland Valley, PA. becoming 5 and 3 time District Champions! Next it was off to the West Regionals in Shippensburg, PA where Bill Duplicated his Championship Run by winning his first Regional Championship after previously finishing 4th twice. Nik was this year's Runner-Up after Taking 3rd and 1st previously at the Regionals!

The Finals this year saw Nik and Bill both advance to the National Semi-Finals! As Nik went on to Finish in 3rd Place becoming the First Perry Hall product to become All-American for the Third Time finishing 8th, 6th and 3rd the last 3 seasons. Bill made all-american for the first time at this event taking home 6th place, This was the First Time Brothers have both AA at the Eastern Nationals from Perry Hall in the Same Year!

2007 ALL STAR SUPER TRI MEET

2007 Lansdowne High School

THE ALL STAR SUPER TRI MEET took place between

Anne Arundel Wrestling League All Stars
Capital Area Wrestling League All Stars
Maryland Junior Wrestling League All Stars

This Event was the premier Junior Wrestling Event in the STATE:

THE MJWL Dominated in convincing fashion defeating the AAWL 62-21 and then closed the evening with an impressive 56-23 victory over the CAWL

Perry Hall was represented by Robin Paguia 90# who went 2-0 and Shaun Murphy 80# went 1-1.

Congratulations on your success and selection.

Maryland Fall Classic

2005 Maryland Fall Classic
Location: C.M. Wright HIGH

Former Junior Gators Nik and Bill Gialamas both took to the mat this weekend at the Maryland Preseason Championships @ C.M. Wright in Bel Air over the weekend.

Nik Went 5-1 on the Day finishing as the Cadet Champion and High School Runner Up beating up on 5 Wrestlers allowing only 5 points on the day. Including a 12-1 Thumping of MAWA Place Winner Corey Mock of North Carolina. Nik's record this preseason is 8-1 going into the Mid Atlantic Preseason Championships.

Bill Finished 3rd place in both the Cadet and High School Divisions wrestling some very solid matches going into this weekends event at Perry Hall.

Thanksgiving Weekend Tournaments

Thanksgiving Weekend Events:

Brandon Gain took 2nd Place at the Dundalk Optimist Tournament on Friday followed by a 5th Place Finish at The Viper Classic on Sunday, He defeated 3 State Place Winners over this weekends competition.

Robin Paguia Has now moved to #8 on the All Time Perry Hall Win list by taking 4th at the Viper Open Wrestling Up in the 80lb. Class.

The Woodlawn Novice Tournament Was also held on Saturday for the "B" Wrestlers where the team did rather well:
Kyle Pennewill Won 4 Matches enroute to the Bantam Heavyweight Title and Jake Tetlow Took the Championship in his Division winning 3 Matches.....

Other Place Winners were:
Hunter Yoakum (2nd)
Carson Hunt (3rd)
Chris Moskunas (4th)
Josh Tetlow (4th)
Nathaniel Moskunas (4th)

Great Job to the Newcomers!

We had 2 wrestlers quit the event after their first matches at Woodlawn. (We do not encourage quitters! Let's Not Make this a habit.)
Woodlawn Matches:

Robin Paguia notched his 75th and 76th career wins over Woodlawn this past weekend now running his season record to 19-6.

Brandon Gain collected his 29th win of the season getting him closer to the single season Perry Hall Record for Wins.

Matt Swiger also won his 19th match of the year.

Chris Moskunas won an impressive 19-4 match.


NEXT UP MSWA STATES AT LOYOLA.

Ohio Tournament Of Champions

March 29, 2004

Columbus Ohio

Justin Klarman took 5th Place among the tough field at the OTOC becoming the 1st PH wrestler to place at this event.

Mid Atlantic Eastern Nationals

April 22, 2004 – 03:00 PM

Penn State University

The culmination of the MAWA Eastern National Series finished up this past weekend with ( 2 ) Perry Hall Wrestlers qualifying for the event.

Bill Gialamas entered the event after taking ( 1st ) at Districts and taking ( 4th ) Last Weekend at the Shippensburg Regional drew the Eventual Runner-Up in the first round.

Nik Gialamas became All-American taking 8th Place after winning the Districts and Regionals the previous weeks.

2004 AAU IRON MAN

May 31, 2004 – 02:05 PM

Bloomsburg University memorial day weekend,

Nik and Bill Gialamas competed in the AAU IRON MAN Championships consisting of ( 3 ) Tournaments over 3 Days including Greco, Freestyle and Folkstyle competition.

Bill Finished 1st in Freestyle, 2nd in Greco, and 2nd in Folkstyle to take the overall (SILVER MEDAL) going a combined 10-2.

Nik Finished 3rd in Folkstyle and Freestyle and Took 2nd in Greco becoming the Overall Bronze Medalist.

MAWA Eastern Nationals

April 19, 2005 – 01:00 AM

Mid Atlantic Wrestling Association Eastern Nationals Results:

Nikolas Gialamas finished 6th Place at Advanced 93# placing with All-American honors for the Second year in a row. Nik is the only Perry Hall Wrestler to do so. Nikolas won the Parkersburg West Virginia Districts and Took 4th at the Very Tough West Regional.

2x Maryland State Champion Shaun Murphy placed 4th Place at the Finals at Penn State going (4-2)after taking the silver medal at Districts and The West Regional Championships in Shippensburg.

Bill Gialamas placed third at Penn State Districts losing a tough Match against the Eventual West Regional Runner-Up and got knocked out of Regionals by the Eventual National Runner-Up.

Announcement

May 4, 2006
PUNISHER WRESTLING CLUB WILL BE ENDING IT'S SPRING SEASON THIS WEEK

MORE INFORMATION FOR THE 2006-2007 Season WILL BE POSTED AT THE END OF SUMMER!

THANKS TO THOSE WHO MADE THIS SEASON A SUCCESS,

SPRING CLUB ACHEIVEMENTS:

KYLE PENNEWILL MSWA NOVICE CHAMP

MIKE SEGLINSKI MSWA NOVICE CHAMP

BRANDON GAIN MAWA DISTRICT CHAMP, 5th MAWA REGIONS

SHAUN MURPHY WOW Cliff Keen Eastern World 4th Place

JUSTIN KLARMAN SJWA NATIONAL CHAMP

BILL GIALAMAS MAWA DISTRICT/REGION CHAMP, Eastern National AA, SJWA National AA.

NIK GIALAMAS MAWA DISTRICT CHAMP, REGION RUNNER-UP, Eastern National 3rd PLace, SJWA NATIONAL CHAMP

MATCH SCHEDULE 07-08


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 2007 - 2008 SEASON:
(FOR DIRECTIONS CLICK THE LINKS PAGE AND GO TO THE MWOA SITE, THERE ARE MAPS AND DIRECTIONS FOR EVERY SCHOOL IN MARYLAND)

DECEMBER 9th @ FRANCIS SCOTT KEY HIGH SCHOOL (UNIONTOWN, MD)
9:30am WEIGH IN
10:00am Perry Hall vs Mt. Airy
11:30am Perry Hall vs Mancheseter
1:00pm Perry Hall vs FSK

December 16th @ PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL
(THIS IS OUR ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT)
PERRY HALL LITTLE 20!

Weigh Ins: 7-8am Wrestling: Starts at 9am

(PARENTAL HELP WILL BE NEEDED TO WORK SCORE TABLES)

January 12th @ CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL (SYKESVILLE, MD)
1:30pm WEIGH IN
2:30pm Perry Hall vs Warriors
4:00pm Perry Hall vs Hereford

January 19th @ Woodlawn High School (Woodlawn, MD)
9:00am Weigh In
10:00am Perry Hall vs Woodlawn
11:30am Perry Hall vs Manchester

January 27th @ MERVO HIGH SCHOOL (Baltimore, MD)
9:00am Weigh In
10:00am Perry Hall vs Westminster
12:00pm Perry Hall vs Hereford
2:00pm Perry Hall vs Mckim

February 3rd @ LANDSDOWNE HIGH (Lansdowne, MD)
1:00pm Weigh In
2:00pm Perry Hall vs Lansdowne
3:30pm Perry Hall vs Woodlawn

February 9th or 10th @ DUNDALK HIGH SCHOOL
HAWKS INVITATIONAL TENTATIVE!

February 17th @ Westminister High (Westminister, MD)
9:00am Weigh In
10:00 Perry Hall v Westminister
11:30 Perry Hall v Reisterstowne

February 23rd or 24th @ Lansdowne High
"MJWL AGE/WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIPS" or "B TOURNAMENT"
TiMeS tO Be DeTeRmInEd

(You will be one day or the other depending on your age)

March 8th and 9th @ CHESAPEAKE HIGH SCHOOL
"MJWL Navy / Lehigh CHAMPIONSHIPS or "A Tournament"
THIS IS A QUALIFIER FOR THE MD/VA STATE TOURNAMENT
Top 6 Advance to FINAL!

TIMES TO BE DETERMINED, THOSE WHO ARE NOT IN THE "B" Tournament will
be particpating..........

March 15th and 16th @ TBD
Maryland / Virginia States Championships:

Top 6 from MJWL, CAWL, AAWL compete for the STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

TIMES TO BE DETERMINED.
YOU MUST QUALIFY FOR THIS EVENT.............

Week 1 in Review

Welcome to Wrestling guys, Now that everyone has gotten a little taste of it........It's time to buckle down and instead of goofing off. Make an effort to learn, work hard and improve!

We had a rough start against Manchester after the Mount Airy forfeit, and then had a decent showing against Francis Scott Key but also came up a little short.....

Next Weekend is our Annual Invitational Tournament and you've got this week to fine tune some of the mistakes we made this weekend!

Weekend Highlights:

JT Weller gave us our 1st win in the 3rd match of the day 7-1 vs Manchester. and also had a very competitive match against Francis Scott Key!

Gordon Reiley finished 2-1 recording his first PIN of the Season.

Kenneth Lyles went 3-2 recording a Pinfall among his matches

Tyler Klein had a very impressive showing although he lost both his matches he was neck and neck with both opponents and shows promise for the future.....

Punishers Split Season Opener

December 6, 2009

North Carroll High School through the first Winter Storm of the Season The New and Improved Punishers took to the Mats and Defeated Manchester by a score of 54-39 to open the 2009-2010 Season. This is our first win against Manchester in over 3 Years.

Highlights of the Match:
Gordon, Braedan, Javon, Hunter, Noah, Matt W, Josh T, Chris K, Micheal H, and Mario all recorded wins for the team during the match.


In Match 2 we lost a close one to Woodlawn 45-36 and had a couple let downs from our veteran wrestlers and could have pulled it out if we would have had a better effort from some of our experienced guys.

Highlights of the Match:
Gordon goes to 2-0 with his second pin, Mike Haley is 2-0 with a good come from behind win, Noah is looking impressive at 2-0, other wins by Josh, Mario and Tyler contributed to the team effort.

Note of the Week: Tyler Klein has now reached 55 career wins with his pin against the Woodlawn Wrestler. Tyler is now only 5 Wins from taking over 10th place on the All Time Win list from Coach Nick Bonincontri who recorded 60 wins from 1998-2001.

Wrestlers of the Week: GORDON REILLEY and MIKE HALEY both 2-0


Other comments: We need to stay aggressive during these matches, timidness is a guarnateed formula for failure and failure is not acceptable a 100% effort is required to succeed.

Haircuts and Nails being cut are as we saw on Saturday a point of emphasis that is being enforced so lets be in compliance. Those who are not will be disqualified from wrestling.

Next week at Franklin vs Lansdowne and Dundalk weigh ins at 1pm........

War At The Shore IV (NATIONALS)

SJWA Nationals Wildwood, New Jersey;

Easter Weekend site of the Annual Folkstyle Nationals where 1800 Wrestlers converged upon the South Jersey Shore from 15 States and 3 Countries, Punisher Wrestling has had more success at this Event than any Maryland Wrestling Club as we held true to form this year grabbing 2 more All-American Awards and ANOTHER CHAMPIONSHIP.

Bill Gialamas won his 32 Man Bracket allowing only 3 points in 5 Wins to WIN HIS FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP to go along with his previous 4th, 7th and 6th place finishes becoming our 1st 4x All American.

Nik Gialamas finished 3rd Place in a very, very tough bracket which featured 4 State Champions and 4 State Finalists, Nik went 5-1 his only loss was a 2-1 decision. Nik allowed only 4 points through the event. Nik has now made All American status 3x finishing 1st, 1st and 3rd.

Brandon Gain also wrestled well going 3-2 in his 64 man bracket. just missing the top 12.

2005 Mid Atlantic Preseason Championships

Perry Hall, MD

The Mid Atlantic Preseason Championships were held November 20th, 2005 at Perry Hall with Wrestler coming from Delaware, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Maryland to compete for entry to the War At Shore Nationals in Wildwood, NJ.

Perry Hall managed to get 7 Place Winners taking home 1 Title and 5 Silver Medals and a 4th Place finish.

Nik Gialamas winning his 8th National Event dominated HS 104, Bill Gialamas took home the Silver along with Matt Swiger, Robin Paguia, Brandon Gain and New comer Adam Alls. Roger Bagley finished in 4th. Great Job PUNISHERS!

War At The Shore III

Wildwood, New Jersey April 15th, 2006:

The 3rd Annual National Folkstyle Wrestling Championships sponsored by the SJWA At the Wildwood Convention Center in Wildwood, New Jersey took place over Easter Weekend!

Perry Hall Carried Maryland Wrestling on it's back by placing 3 Wrestlers in the High School Division:

Bill Gialamas went 5-3 at 101# to finish in 6th place making it his 3rd time that he has placed as All-American at this event.

Justin Klarman went 3-0 to win the 95# Title Becoming Maryland's first 2006 Champion.

Nik Gialamas went 5-0 allowing only 4 points to WIN Maryland's Second Title at 101# and repeating his performance last yaer becoming the Events First 2X High School Division Champion running his record to 9-0 in the High School Division!

Age/Weight Championships

MJWL AGE/WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIPS
at Lansdowne High School:


Congratulations to the Punisher Wrestling Club on a successful year end tournament for our "B" Wrestlers:

Gordon Reilley went 3-1 to Becoming the SILVER MEDALIST at 85#
a very strong showing and should be a force at the A Level next year.

Kyle Pennewill turned in another gutsy performance also taking the SILVER MEDAL.

Jake Tetlow took 3rd Place at 95# and shows signs of turning into a competitive A teamer next year.

James Eberwein hit an outstanding Headlock in his 2nd match going 1-2 finishing 5th.

Chris Moskunas had two hardfought matches but came up a little short on the score board.

Josh Tetlow managed to fight off two pins and actually looked to be actually using moves that we've learned.

GREAT JOB TO ALL OF YOU!

2005 Cadet Fall Classic

The 2005 Fall Classic was held on November 5th, 2005 at Frederick High School. Former Perry Hall Junior Leaguers Nik Gialamas and Bill Gialamas both took home 1st place while Bill got the tournaments fastest pin in :10 Seconds. Newcomer Hunter Yoakum took 3rd place at his first tournament in the Pee Wee Division.

MAWA and Club Results

The Punisher Wrestling Club is off to a flying start at the MAWA and Open tournament circuit:


Brandon Gain placed 4th at MAWA District Tournament in Cumberland Valley, PA and Also took 4th at the St. Mark's of Delaware Open this past week.....

Nik Gialamas blew through the Cumberland Valley District Tournament by Pinfall qualifying Him For the MAWA West Regional in April This was Nik's 7th Time Qualifying for Regionals!
Nik Also finished 2nd at St. Mark's wrestling Up a weight class losing a tight 5-3 decision in the Finals to Peddie (NJ) Frank Cimato who finished 4th at the National Prep Championships.

Bill Gialamas went 3-0 at MAWA Districts to Win the Title Making Bill a 5 Time MAWA District Champion! Bill Also placed 2nd at St. Mark's!!!


Punisher Wrestling Club will meet Tuesday and Thursdays through June.
Tournament Schedule will be posted!!!

2003 MAWA Eastern Nationals

March 30, 2003 – 02:00 AM

Penn State University:

Nick Bonincontri and Matt Kahl place 7th and 5th respectively among the field at the MAWA Eastern Nationals. This was Nick's Second National Event Place Finish.

SJWA War at the SHORE

March 26, 2005 – 05:05 PM

Results from the 2005 War at the Shore Folkstyle Nationals in Wildwood, New Jersey:


Former Gator Standouts Nikolas and William Gialamas both entered the 1200+ field at the 2nd annual War at the Shore Nationals that featured wrestlers from 13 States including over 100 State Champions from their respective areas!

William was the only Maryland Wrestler to Place "All-American" in (2) Division taking 7th and 4th running his career total to 8 National event place finishes!

Nikolas Won the Only Area Championship taking 1st @ HS 95# with a perfect 4-0 record beating wrestlers from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware winning the championship 6-4 in OT with :02
remaining on the clock. This was Nik's 6th National Event Championship and 1st as a High School Wrestler!

PRACTICE SCHEDULE

PUNISHER WRESTLING PRACTICE SCHEDULE:

Practices to be conducted at the Perry Hall High School Activity Room
Wear something comfortable without metal or zippers......It is required that you "Carry" your shoes that you will practice in to the School and put them on once you arrive so that Bacteria is not tracked onto the wrestling surface.....

January and February:

PRACTICE SCHEDULE UPDATE, DATES ARE TENTATIVE!

January 2nd, 3rd, 8th, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23nd, 24th, 30th, 31st

February 1st, 5th, 6th, 7th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st, 27th, 28th

March 4th, 6th, 11th, 13th


TEAM BANQUET TENTATIVE MARCH 30th MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW ON THE EVENT!

Announcement

May 25, 2007


While celebrating the memory of all of our fallen servicemen this Holiday weekend.

Our Perry Hall Wrestling family wishes to extend best wishes and our prayers to CARLO BONINCONTRI who this past winter completed USMC training at Paris Island, South Carolina. His Unit is being deployed to IRAQ to support our countries WAR against Terror, after completiton of Desert Training in Southern California...........

Carlo wrestled for us from 1997-2002 and is on the All-Time Wins list. He was selected as Most Improved and Unsung Hero during his Junior League career. He was a State Qualifier at the High School level. And was an Assistant Coach for this years Junior League Team.

Thanks to Carlo and the other Brave Soilders enlisted in our military, without you our country would not exist!

Pictured Above: Carlo Bonincontri (14), Matt Kahl (13), Nick Bonincontri (14), Nik Gialamas (11), Bill Gialamas (11), Joe Foster (12) 1st Day Loch Haven Intensive Camp 2001!

MSWA OPEN STATES AT UMD

Cole Field House;

Congratulations to Matt Wagner who has won his first 2 matches on Saturday at the Open Middle School State Tournament at the University of Maryland his season win Total is now standing at a team best (21).

Matt made it to Day 2 on Sunday and finished in 6th Place...........
This is our first STATE place winner in (2) years.......

Great Job and a great tune up for our LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP and the Md/Va STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Coming up.

World Of Wrestling 2006 Cliff Keen Eastern World Championships

Charleston, West Virginia

Shaun Murphy placed 4th at the First Eastern World Championships becoming Perry Hall's First Cliff Keen Event Place Winner.

HAWKS INVITATIONAL

Dundalk High School , WOW what a long day. The Punishers traveled to Dundalk on Saturday for the Hawks invitational wrestling began around 10am and finally wrapped up at 9:30pm.

Thanks to all the families support by sticking out this long event, we definetly did not expect this thing to drag out like it did.

Congratulations to those who placed:
Nathaniel Moskunas finished 6th at 50lbs. making this his second "A" tournament placing of the year.

Gordon Reilley finished 6th and Andrew Huber took 3rd place..............

The Punishers Had 3 Finalists:

Patrick Downey (14-0) had a very tough bracket and went 3-0 Winning the 130lb TITLE.

Shaun Murphy (17-0) remains the top ranked 80lb wrestler in maryland capping an Outstanding weekend by pinning his opponent in the finals to take home the GOLD.

Robin Paguia (16-2) also looked impressive taking 2nd place. Wrestling a tough, tough finals match in what may have been the best match up of the tournament.

Next up for the team is the final regular season match at Lansdowne this Saturday vs the Gators and Reisterstown.

2003 USYWA MIDDLE SCHOOL NATIONALS

March 19, 2003 – 10:15 AM

At the Innagural event in Chester West Virginia,

Gialamas Twins Nik and Bill placed "All-AMerican" at this event which featured Wrestlers from Florida to Ohio.

Nik Took 3rd Place going 4-1 with (2) Falls.

Bill Finished a respectible 6th place.

Murphy stays perfect

Shaun Murphy recorded his 135th career win while improving to a perfect 13-0 on the year.. As the Punishers battled 2 tough fought dual meets against Woodlawn and Dundalk in Uniontown, MD.

Robin Paguia won his 100th career match against Woodlawn by fall becoming only the 5th Perry Hall Wrestler to reach 100 wins since 1997. Robin is now 13-1 on the season with 12 pins.

Kyle Pennewill won by Pinfall, Gordon Reilley, Jake Tetlow, Chris Moskunas and Patrick Downey all recorded wins vs Dundalk.

Patrick Continued his winning ways against Woodlawn recording 2 more wins now going to 11-0 on the year, While Jake Tetlow won a hard fought 4-2 match scoring on 2 takedowns. Gordon Reilley while losing a tough match fought hard the whole way and had a chance to pull out the match with time running out as did Tyrell Armstrong who couldn't quite finish the half falling 7-3 vs Woodlawn. Andrew Huber also recorded a victory vs Woodlawn pinning his opponent in the first period.......

Next up the Weekend Tournament.....

2003 AAU SOUTHERN NATIONALS

June 7, 2003 – 06:25 PM

Durham North Carolina:

Perry Hall Wrestlers attended the AAU SOUTHERN NATIONALS in Durham North Carolina along with Team Maryland.

Team Maryland Placed 9 of 10 Wrestlers in the top 7 at the Event including all (4) Perry Hall Wrestlers:

Carlo Boninicontri finished in 7th Place.

Nick Bonincontri finished in 3rd Place.

Bill Gialamas finished in 2nd Place.

Nik Gialamas was crowned Champion winning his 1st National Title.

SEASON EVENTS 2008-2009


12/6/08 Double Dual Meet @ Lansdowne High School
Perry Hall v Manchester
Perry Hall v Golden Ring
WEIGH IN 12pm

12/13/08 Tri Meet @ MERVO HIGH SCHOOL
Mckim v Gators
Gators v Perry Hall
Mckim v Perry Hall
WEIGH IN 10am

12/21/08 PERRY HALL LITTLE 20 @ PERRY HALL
INVITATIONAL TEAM TOURNAMENT
(ALL OF OUR WRESTLERS WILL PARTICIPATE)
THIS IS OUR MAIN FUNDRAISER AND PAYS FOR OUR YEAR
PARENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO WORK SCORE TABLES, ADMISSION or
CONCESSION.
MORE INFO WILL BE FORTHCOMING

12/28/08 PUNISHER NOVICE TOURNAMENT @ PERRY HALL
Another fund raiser, but more of a great quality event for
our new wrestlers.

**** POSSIBLE EVENT **** 1/10 and 1/11 MANCHESTER TOURNAMENT
DEPENDING ON INTEREST AND OUR ABILITY TO COMPETE

1/18/09 DOUBLE DUAL MEET @ CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL
PERRY HALL v WESTMINISTER
PERRY HALL V WARRIORS
WEIGH IN 1:30pm

1/24/09 DOUBLE DUAL MEET @ FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL
PERRY HALL v Mt. AIRY
PERRY HALL v REISTERSTOWN
WEIGH IN 12:30pm

**** SPECIAL EVENT **** MCDONOGH DUALS THE MJWL ALL STARS WILL BE COMPETING AGAINST THE MID ATLANTICS TOUGHEST COMPETITION! MJWL WENT 2-3 LAST YEAR 1/31/09

2/7/09 DOUBLE DUAL MEET @ HEREFORD HIGH SCHOOL
PERRY HALL v WOODLAWN
PERRY HALL v HEREFORD
WEIGH IN 12pm

2/21/09 or 2/22/09 MJWL AGE/WEIGHT NOVICE CHAMPIONSHIPS @ FRANKLIN
TIMES AND DATES TO BE DETERMINED
THIS IS THE YEAR END NOVICE CHAMPIONSHIPS
FOR THE MJWL.

**** 2/21/09 MJWL ALL STAR QUAD THOSE SELECTED TO THE ALL STAR TEAM
WILL COMPETE AGAINST THE AAWL,CAWL & MASON-DIXON TEAMS


3/7/09 and 3/8/09 MJWL NAVY / LEHIGH CHAMPIONSHIP @ CHESAPEAKE HIGH
TIMES AND DATES TO BE DETERMINED
THIS IS THE REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR THE A WRESTLERS
YOU MUST QUALIFY (THOSE WHO ATTEND THE MJWL NOVICE ARE
NOT ELIGIBLE )

3/14/09 and 3/15/09 MD/VA STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
THOSE WHO PLACE 6TH PLACE OR ABOVE AT NAVY / LEHIGH
QUALIFY FOR THIS EVENT.


PLEASE NOTE ALL NON SPECIAL EVENTS ********** ARE REQUIRED TEAM EVENTS!

Weekend Results Jan 13th and 14th

The weekend started off at Middle Rivers Rhino Round Robin where the Novice wrestlers took to the mats, Standout performances were turned in by James Eberwein who tied for 1st place winning his first 2 matches of the year, Jake Tetlow and Kyle Pennewill also turned in solid performances taking the Silver Medal......

Sunday was the 3rd of 4 scheduled matches for the year where the punishers took on 3 opponents including Mckim (Baltimore City) and the Warriors Black and Purple teams......

Nathaniel Moskunas was 3-0, Franklin Knill got an A team victory along with Josh Tetlow and 2 wins by Tyrell Armstrong.... Gordon Reilley won by pinfall against the Warriors, While Andrew Huber also got a couple more wins going 2-2........

Shaun Murphy defeated a very tough John Hettchen in a close 5-3 match then continued by getting 2 first period pinfalls in the next two matches Shaun in now 11-0 on the year and has been selected to the MJWL All Star Team.

Robin Paguia dominated again running his season record to 12-0 with 11 pinfalls...... Robin has also been selected as an MJWL All Star.

Next up for the Team is Sunday at Francis Scott Key High School where we take on Dundalk and Woodlawn Weigh ins are at 12 Noon.

Match Schedule (TENTATIVE)


PUNISHER WRESTLING SEASON SCHEDULE 2009-2010

TENTATIVE AT THE MOMENT (MORE DATES AND EVENTS TO FOLLOW)
Directions can be found on our links page using the MWOA or HSMAPS links


12/5 PH vs Manchester 3pm
PH vs Woodlawn 4:30pm

Location (NORTH CARROLL HIGH SCHOOL) Weigh Ins 2pm

12/12 PH vs DUNDALK 2pm
PH vs Lansdowne 3:30pm

Location (FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL) Weigh Ins 1pm

12/20 PH LITTLE 20 TOURNAMENT
(DETAILS TO FOLLOW)

Location (PH HIGH SCHOOL)

12/27 PUNISHER NOVICE TOURNAMENT
( DETAILS TO FOLLOW)

Location (PH HIGH SCHOOL)

1/10 GOLDEN RING TOURNAMENT
( FLYER TO FOLLOW )

Location (ESSEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE)

1/16 PH vs Warriors 3:30pm
PH vs Reisterstown 5pm

Location (CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL) Weigh Ins 2:30pm

1/24 PH vs MCKIM 11am
PH vs HAMILTON 12:30pm

Location (Mervo High School) Weigh In 10am

2/20 or 2/21 MJWL AGE/WEIGHT "B" TOURNAMENT
Location (FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL)
TIMES: TBD
THIS IS THE B LEVEL CHAMPIONSHIPS AND END OF SEASON
FOR THE NOVICE WRESTLERS

3/6 and 3/7 MJWL NAVY / LEHIGH CHAMPIONSHIPS
Location (CHESAPEAKE BALTO COUNTY HIGH)
TIMES : TBD

THIS IS THE END OF SEASON REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR
THE "A" or ELITE LEVEL WRESTLERS TOP 6 QUALIFY FOR
MD/VA STATES

3/13 and 3/14 MD/VA STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Location: GOOD COUNSEL HIGH SCOOL, OLNEY, MARYLAND
TIMES AND INFO TBD


*** We have 2 matches to fit into the schedule against
Golden Ring and Mount Airy to be added

Little 20 Results

Perry Hall hosted it's annual Little 20 tournament over the weekend where the Punishers faired pretty well placing 11 Wrestlers in the Top 6!

Josh Tetlow finished 6th, Eric Herancher went 3-2 finishing 5th, Carl Green also finished 5th with 2 dominating wins, Nathanial Moskunas making his 2006 debut took 4th, while Tyrell Armstrong took 5th place as well, Rookie Nick Harrell finished in 4th place.

Jake Tetlow had his best tournament performance taking 4th at 98# pinning his way to the consolation finals. Gordon Reilley made the finals at 88# in his first tournament to win the silver medal.......

Andrew Huber continued his winning ways now (2-0) took the heavyweight title.

Shaun Murphy dominated his weight class with 3 pins running his carrer win total to (130) and is now 8-0 on the year...........

Robin Paguia was the Tournaments OUTSTANDING WRESTLER going 3-0 with 3 of the most punishing wins I've seen. Robin is now (9-0) for the season.....

Congratulations on a fine effort as the team finished 7th of the 13 Teams in attendence.

National Open Championships at Penn State

National Open Championships at Penn State University

Billed as the Largest One Day Tournament in the East, and Definetly lived up as one of the toughest. The Punisher Wrestling Club made it's debut among Pennsylvania's Finest.

Early session action had James Eberwein and Kyle Pennewill wrestling both of whom gained some valuable national experience. Kyle finished 4th as did James;

In the Second Session the Competition was incredible
Justin Klarman went 4-2 making it to the final 6 in his 32 man bracket
Bill Gialamas went 3-2 making it to the final 8
Robin Paguia went 1-2
Shaun Murphy went 2-2 losing two OT matches against Eastern National Champs.

THE PUNISHERS DID NOT COME UP EMPTY HANDED HOWEVER AS PERRY HALL'S MOST OUTSTANDING WRESTLER OF THE LAST 25 YEARS. NIK GIALAMAS WHO WITH HIS SMASH MOUTH STYLE WON THE HIGH SCHOOL 119LB DIVISION Becoming our only CHAMPION,

2003 AAU GRAND NATIONALS

July 8, 2003 – 06:35 PM

AAU GRAND NATIONALS AT NORFOLK, VA.

Perry Hall managed to qualify ( 3 ) Wrestlers for the Event

Joe Foster managed to take ( 3rd ) Place in the Greco Division.

Bill Gialamas took ( 3rd ) in Freestyle and ( 2nd ) in Greco.

Nik Gialamas become DUAL CHAMPION winning both the Greco-Roman and Freestyle Divisions.

PRACTICE SCHEDULE

PRACTICE SCHEDULE FOR NOVEMBER and December AS FOLLOWS:

Late Registrations will be accepted until Thanksgiving.




All PRactices unless otherwise indicated will take place at the Perry Hall High School Wrestling Room (Next to Gymnasium)

6:30 to 8:15pm


Dates:

November 6th, 11th, 13th, 18th, 20th, 25th
December 2nd, 4th, 9th, 11th, 16th, 18th, 23rd

PRACTICE SCHEDULE 2009-2010

PRACTICE DATES FOR THIS SEASON:

NOTE: START TIMES ARE EXACTLY THAT (NOT SHOW UP AND GO TO THE BATHROOM OR START GETTING DRESSED! BE PREPARED WHEN YOU WALK IN THE DOOR)


LOCATION: PERRY HALL HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY ROOM (NEXT TO THE GYM)


TIMES: WEEKDAYS 6:30 to 8:15
SATURDAY 11:00 to 1:00


* SATURDAYS ARE A NEW TWIST DUE TO SOME OF THE INTERFERENCE FROM THE PAST I FIGURE WE WOULD TRY IT OUT *

DATES: November 10th, 12th, (cancelled due to planning by high schoo 14th), 17th, 19th, 21st, 24th
December 1st, 3rd, 8th, 10th, 15th, 17th, 22nd

Our tournaments 12/20 "The Little 20" and 12/27 "Punisher Novice"
* THESE ARE OUR FUNDRAISERS AND FULL PARTICIPATION IS REQUIRED *
That means score tables, concession, set up etc..............

After 12/27 we will have a week or so off and then the 2nd half of the season commences leading up to the state championships...................

Andrew Huber Wins first Match

Andrew Huber won his first career match against Owings Mills with a solid come from behind victory.

This past weekend, Team Punishment won their 1st Team match of the season by defeating FSK by a score of 48-30 individual victories included pinfalls by Eric Herancher, Robin Paguia, Pat Downey, Shaun Murphy, Josh Tetlow, Jake Tetlow and CJ Larson.

The Punishers also gained victories against Owings Mills by Patrick Downey (8-0 Season) , Shaun Murphy (5-0 Season), Robin Paguia (6-0 Season)

Next up is the Perry Hall Little 20 Tournament this Sunday at HOME, afterward we have several weeks without competition where we can prepare for the January run and end of the year tournaments.

REGISTRATION FOR THIS SEASON

October 3, 2008

WELCOME TO THE 2008 - 2009 SEASON


REGISTRATION WILL BE HELD AT THE PH REC COUNCIL OFFICE BEHIND PERRY HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


DATE : WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15TH 6:30 - 7:30 or
SATURDAY OCTOBER 18th 11-12pm



BRING COPY OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE! $60 for Single Child , $100 Family ,
GET A BUDDY TO SIGN UP WITH YOU AND YOU GET $20 OFF!


Practice Schdule is tentative at this point and subject to change.........registration will determine our schedule..............



THAT IS ALL SEE YOU SOON

Full Little 20 Results

Punishers open at Parkville

Opening Weekend

Team Punishment traveled to Parkville for a quad match on Sunday where we ran into Defending MJWL Champion Manchester, Defending Navy Division Champs Parkville and a solid Westminister squad.

As expected with so many new young wrestlers we took some lumps, but that is exactly what is needed to turn us into a strong program. There were alot of bright spots from some of our new wrestlers. What I liked most is noone went out there and just gave up, you guys fought the whole way and that's the kind of attitude that builds champions.

HighLights:
Kyle Pennewill recorded 2 wins and had an exciting back and forth match then ended in a fall.

Gordon Reilly recorded his first Win with another exciting match and scored points in 1 of his other losses.

CJ Armstrong had some exciting matches including a 16-13 point fest.

Eric Harencher hit a perfect Cement Mixer getting a first period pinfall on his way to a 2 Win day.

Robin Paguia moved into a 5th place tie on the ALL-TIME PH Wins list with 3 of the most dominating performances I've seen in years recording his 88th, 89th, and 90th career wins.

Shaun Murphy (2x State Champ) knocked off 2 State Place winners going 3-0 and remains 4th on PH Wins list with 125.

Patrick Downey went a perfect 5-0 including a win over a wrestler almost 30lbs heavier in the days final match.

Next up for the team is Sunday at Owings Mills where we will compete in 2 matches weigh in is at 10am

Preview Of This Years Punishers

Preview of the Upcoming season:

Alot of Promise, (At least I think so?) Time will Tell.

All wrestlers should return and that will make for an outstanding nucleus and the building blocks for years to come.

Tyler Klein, JT Weller, Hunter Yoakum, Kenny Lyles, Jake Tetlow, Gordie Reilley, Cullen Jones, Nathanial Moskunas and Kyle Pennewill Should contribute as major parts of this years team. along with our other returners, we look to be on our way to a good showing this season and should turn some heads......

Mjwl age weight tournament at franklin

A long day ended in championship fashion as Tyrell Armstrong went 4-0 and became our first champion in 3 years at this event, he will go down in the hall of champions for all time!

Other good performances by
Chris Kite, Austin McCauley, Jessika Tetlow and Nathan Fowler who all took 4th place. Jessika became our first female wrestler to place in an end of year tournament!


Great job and a good way to wrap up the year!




In addition to this today marks another milestone in perry hall wrestling history as SHAUN MURPHY AND ROBIN PAGUIA BOTH WON THE BALTIMORE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY!

They will forever be, no matter where they go and end up always will be Champions.

HIGH SCHOOL RESULTS FROM COUNTIES:

BALTIMORE COUNTY TOURNAMENT:
SHAUN MURPHY PERRY HALL HIGH (CHAMPION)
MATT SWIGER HEREFORD HIGH (CHAMPION)
ROBIN PAGUIA PERRY HALL HIGH (CHAMPION)

UPPER CHESAPEAKE TOURNAMENT:
BRANDON GAIN HARFORD TECH (CHAMPION)

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY TOURNAMENT:
PAT DOWNEY ARUNDEL HIGH (CHAMPION)

Welcome and welcome back Perry Hall Wrestlers:

The season is under way, and I always get excited when it does. This year we have alot of new faces in the group which bodes well for the future. Use your time to improve yourself and learn all you can to use in the years to come;

This year marks the 10th year of my coaching/program chairman stint, This season we have some wrestlers that should reach some career milestones:

Shaun Murphy will be going for his 3rd State Title which will tie a Perry Hall record held by NCAA Champion Rico Chiapperelli and has a chance to move up the All-Time Wins list (see team records)

Robin Paguia returns for a chance to Win his 1st State Title and place for the 4th consecutive season which is impressive, Robin is only 13 Wins away from reaching the 100 wins milestone.

Kyle Pennewill after last season finishing in the Kids Top 100 for the MSWA Age/Weight Circuit returns for a chance to add to his awards.

Which of you young wrestlers will be the next to step up and follow their lead? Time will tell.

2010-2011 SEASON SIGN UP Location the Perry Hall Rec office at 9021 Bel Air Road

REGISTRATION INFO
CLICK LINK FOR 2010-2011 SIGN UP INFORMATION:


This coming season we have potential to be among the States Top 10 Programs, We have 6 Potential returners that have State Tournament experience including 3 that have won matches at the event! We also have a good core of Novice level guys who will be progressing to the Elite level this year!

The Maryland Junior Wrestling League has added 6 more teams in our league this season taking us to 22 (A) teams and 8 (B) teams for a total of 30 Programs making us by far the largest league in the Delmarva area.

More programs mean more competition, which is always a good thing! and we should get more mat time as a result:

Our schedule is still being formulated but we expect to have our 10-12 regular dual meets worked into Tri match formula over 4 weekends. Then our annual Little 20 tournament as well as our novice tournament weather permitting of course, We expect to reenter the Viper Duals this year where we got 6 matches in one day. And look to add atleast 2 other events not counting the MJWL Championships and Md/Va States that wrap up the Year!

It should be common for every wrestler to get atleast 30 matches this season and for those who make the placing rounds of tournaments could see as many as 50!

So good luck and see you at registration!!!


Coach Doug