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 | 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.
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.