2011-12 Winter All-Met


106 | Sean Badua

Osbourn Park / Jr.

Went 47-3 and won Va. AAA Cardinal District, Northwest Region and state title. Led team to first district title since ’94.

113 | Michael Still

Spalding / Jr.

Placed second at Maryland Independent Schools and third at National Preps, finishing the season 44-11.

120 | Cameron Harrell

Broadneck / Fr.

Won Anne Arundel County, region and Maryland 4A/3A titles on first try. Went 32-2 with a perfect record after Dec. 13.

126 | Dane Harlowe

Annandale / Sr.

Two-time Virginia AAA champion went 43-2 and won region and district titles. Won state and region finals by tech fall.

132 | Tyler Goodwin

Arundel / Sr.

Repeat All-Met lost just one match over past two seasons. Two-time Maryland 4A/3A champ plans to attend Maryland.

138 | Alfred Bannister

McNamara / So.

Won second straight WCAC and MIS state titles, finishing 80-2. Placed second at National Preps. Ranked No. 18 nationally.

145 | Brooks Martino

Robinson / Sr.

Repeat All-Met and two-time Va. AAA champion went 49-6. Three-time district and region champ will attend Penn.

145 | Alex Rice

Chesapeake / Sr.

Bounced back from a knee injury to win all 28 of his matches this season and take his second Maryland 4A/3A title.

152 | Beau Donahue

Westfield / Jr.

Repeat All-Met and two-time Virginia AAA champ finished 48-7. Won third Concorde District, second Northern Region title.

160 | Josh Llopez

La Plata / So.

Went 44-1 and took his second Maryland 4A/3A title with four bonus-point wins at state tournament. Ranked No. 10 nationally.

170 | Garrett Lineberger

Thomas Stone / Jr.

Went 38-0 with 34 bonus-point wins. Won Patriot Classic, SMAC, region and Maryland 4A/3A titles. State finalist in 2011.

182 | David Reck

Colonial Forge / Sr.

Virginia AAA champ went 56-1 and led Forge to fourth state team title in six years. Will wrestle for Air Force Academy.

195 | Dylan Devine

DeMatha / Sr.

Went 57-3 with WCAC and MIS state tournament titles. Placed second at National Preps. Had 160 career wins with 101 pins.

220 | Andrew Lutterloh

Bishop Ireton / Sr.

Went 61-4, closing the season with a third-place finish at National Preps. Won VISAA and NOVA Classic titles.

285 | DaQuante Timbers

Freedom-South Riding / Sr.

Va. AAA champ went 55-2 with 35 pins, including three in state tournament. Was first state champion in school history.

Brandon Lauer

Coach of the year, River Hill

Led the Hawks to their first Maryland 4A/3A tournament title behind six state placers, including 285-pound champ Jason Johnson. In his sixth season, the 2000 All-Met Wrestler of the Year helped his alma mater win the 4A/3A East region tournament and duals titles and set a record for points at the Howard County tournament. River Hill (32-7) also finished second at the state duals.

Player bios by Greg Schimmel and Eric Detweiler - The Washington Post. Photos by Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post.
Published April 5, 2012.