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All-Met All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Douglas Ramsey (Atholton), Brandon Shapiro (Churchill), Frankie Baughan (Quince Orchard). Second row: Dave Nakasone (Centennial), Mike Rowe (DeMatha), Kyle Graham (Colonial Forge), Danny April (Churchill). Third row: Matt Eveleth (Chesapeake), Charles D. Jenkins (Fauquier), Doug Kittell (Colonial Forge), Jason Kiessling (McDonough), Cam Watkins (DeMatha). Fourth row: Ryan Green (River Hill), Chris Booker (Paint Branch), Rudy Rueda III (DeMatha), Bruce Ross (Colonial Forge), Robby Gosnell (Fauquier), Russell Tebeleff (Hammond). Back row: Matt Butler (Einstein), Bode Ogunwole (Georgetown Prep), Conrad Bolston (St. John's), Eric Zakrzewski (Herndon), Patrick Burns (Wilde Lake). Not pictured: Gabe Resto (Hayfield), Chris Miosi (St. Stephen's/St. Agnes), Coach Thad Kiesnowski (Brentsville). (Kevin Clark - The Washington Post)

First Team |  Wrestler of the Year |  Coach of the Year
Second Team | Honorable Mention


Wrestler of the Year
Jason Kiessling, 160, McDonough, Sr. (32-0)
Three-time Southern Maryland Athletic Conference and 4A/3A South Region champion earned first 4A/3A title after two runner-up finishes. First at Chopticon Tournament four times and first at Lackey and Arundel tournaments three times. Career record: 124-8. Did not lose a regular season match after his freshman year.



Coach of the Year
Thad Kiesnowski, Brentsville
Capped 30-year coaching career with record eighth Virginia A title. This season, Tigers set Virginia A records for most points scored in a state meet (217.5) and most state qualifiers (12). Retires with 463 career victories.



First Team
103 Frankie Baughan, Quince Orchard, Jr. (37-0)
Montgomery County, 4A/3A West and Maryland 4A/3A champion. First at Lackey Christmas Tournament and Damscus Holiday Tournament.

103 Mike Rowe, DeMatha, Fr. (45-2)
National Prep champion won the Eagle Holiday Classic and a gold medal at the Gilman Duals. First at Arundel, St. Albans, Maryland Independent Schools and WCAC tournaments.

103 Douglas Ramsey, Atholton, Sr. (32-1)
Howard County, Maryland 2A/1A South and Maryland 2A/1A champion. First at Arundel Holiday Tournament.
112 Danny April, Churchill, Soph. (41-1):
Repeat All-Met is a two-time Montgomery County, Maryland 4A/3A West and Maryland 4A/3A champion. Career record: 75-1.

112 Cam Watkins, DeMatha, Fr. (48-4)
WCAC and Maryland Catholic Invitational champion placed third at National Preps. Won a gold medal at Gilman Duals and placed first at Berkley Springs, St. Albans and Maryland Independent Schools tournaments.

119 Brandon Shapiro, Churchill, Jr. (31-4)
Montgomery County, 4A/3A West and Maryland 4A/3A champion. Placed first at Arundel Tournament and has career 60-9 record.

119 Gabe Resto, Hayfield, Sr. (34-7)
Patriot District champion placed third at Northern Region and Virginia AAA tournaments. Did not lose to an area wrestler this season and placed first at Herndon Capitol Challenge.

125 Matt Eveleth, Chesapeake, Sr. (32-1)
Winningest wrestler in school history (132-4, 92 pins) is a four-time Anne Arundel and Maryland 4A/3A East champion and a three-time Maryland 4A/3A champion. Will wrestle for Penn.

125 Kyle Graham, Colonial Forge, Sr. (41-5)
Repeat All-Met won Commonwealth District and Northwestern Region titles and placed third at states. Virginia High School League's all-time winningest wrestler (181-17) signed with Virginia Tech.

125 Rudy Rueda III, DeMatha, Soph. (42-6)
Two-time National Prep champion and repeat All-Met placed first at Arundel Invitational, St. Albans Invitational and won a gold medal at Gilman Duals. Career record: 82-10

130 Russell Tebeleff, Hammond, Sr. (37-5)
Won Howard County, Maryland 2A/1A South and 2A/1A championships, and placed first at Francis Scott Key tournament. Completed career with 93 victories.

130 Bruce Ross, Colonial Forge, Sr. (37-11)
Three-time Commonwealth District and Northwestern Region champion placed second at Virginia AAA Championships. Placed fourth at Beast of the East tournament. Career record: 157-31.

135 Doug Kittell, Colonial Forge, Sr. (37-8)
Three-time Commonwealth District and Northwestern Region champion placed second at Virginia AAA Championships. Second at Beast of the East and Eagle Holiday Classic. Career record: 159-32.

135 Chris Miosi, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr. (46-3)
Three-time IAC, Virginia Independent Schools and Northern Virginia Classic champion. Two-time St. Albans champion. Placed second at National Prep tournament.

140 Dave Nakasone, Centennial, Jr. (30-3)
After finishing as runner-up in Howard County, placed first at Maryland 2A/1A South Region and state 2A/1A tournaments.

145 Chris Booker, Paint Branch, Sr. (34-1)
Won championships at Montgomery County, Maryland 4A/3A West Region and state 4A/3A meets. Finished first at Hub Cub and Delmarva tournaments.

145 Ryan Green, River Hill, Sr. (36-0)
Four-time Howard County and three-time Maryland 4A/3A North champion won his first state 4A/3A title. Big M and Arundel Tournament champion has 130-17 career record.

160 Robby Gosnell, Fauquier, Sr. (46-1)
Won championships at Northwestern District, Region II and Virginia AA tournaments. Career record: 117-27.

171 Matt Butler, Einstein, Sr. (28-4)
Maryland 4A/3A champion and 4A/3A West Region runner-up. Finished with career record of 132-21, winning 85 percent of his matches by pin.

171 Eric Zakrzewski, Herndon, Jr. (39-3)
Two-time Patriot District and Northern Region champion won Virginia AAA title. Finished first at Northern Virginia and Richmond Invitational tournaments.

189 Charles D. Jenkins, Fauquier, Jr. (42-1)
Northwestern District and Region II champion and Virginia AA runner-up. Placed second at Virginia AAA Championships last season and has a 116-17 career record.

Hvy. Conrad Bolston, St. John's, Jr. (47-4)
Won championships at Arundel, WCAC and D.C. Classic tournaments. Placed third at National Prep tournament and won 43 matches by pin.

Hvy. Bode Ogunwole, Georgetown Prep, Jr. (49-0)
Third-year wrestler placed first at St. Albans, IAC, Maryland Independent and National Prep tournaments.

Hvy. Patrick Burns, Wilde Lake, Sr. (32-0)
Champion at Howard County, Maryland 4A/3A North Region and state 4A/3A tournaments. Also won Dundalk and South River tournaments.



Second Team
112: Will Powars, Potomac Falls, Soph.; 112: Mike Olem Herndon Sr.; 119: Branden Beasley, T.C. Williams, Jr.; 119: Eric Amstutz, Centreville, Sr.; 130: Michael Davis, Herndon, Jr.; 135: Eli Black, Chopticon, Soph.; 140: Burke Edwards, Sherwood, Jr.; 140: Franco Priolo, St. John's, Sr.; 140: Brian Foley, Brooke Point, Jr.; 145: Matt Horton, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.; 145: Jon Koch, Centreville, Sr.; 145: Nathan Myers, McDonough, Sr.; 152: Steven Ratley, O'Connell, Soph.; 152: Ryan Foreman, Northern, Sr.; 152: Scott Church, Richard Montgomery, Jr.; 160: Mike Vachon, Robinson, Jr.; 160: P.J. Worosz, Paul VI Catholic, Jr.; 160: Mike Mengel, Mount Hebron, Sr.; 171: Chris Miller, Paint Branch, Sr.; 189: Greg Fisher, Quince Orchard, Sr.; 189: Brendan Raedy, Centreville, Jr.; 215: Adam Fassnacht, Robinson, Jr.; 215: Hakim Thompson, St. Albans. Sr.; 215: Matt Bovich, DeMatha, Sr.



Honorable Mention
103: Matt Bieber, North Stafford, Sr; Tyler Bowers, Gar-Field, Fr.; Shane Fraser, Chesapeake, Fr.; Doug West, Old Mill, Sr.
112: Corey Bowers, Chesapeake, Soph.; Justin Lumpkin, Stonewall Jackson, Sr.; Corey Bowers, Chesapeake, Soph.; Justin Lumpkin, Stonewall Jackson, Sr.
119: Jay Chichester, Colonial Forge, Soph.; Grant Gormley, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Peter North, Landon, Jr.; Trevor Ryder, Robinson, Sr.; Steve Yaruta, Chesapeake, Jr.
125: Mario Bracamontes, Blair, Sr.; Will DeFrancis, Landon, Jr.; Ben Graham, Annapolis, Soph.; Jochen Granja, Hayfield, Sr.; Brian House, Brentsville, Sr.; Neal Nakagama, Oakland Mills, Jr.; Brian Scott, James Wood, Sr.
130: Sam Alveranga, Edison, Sr.; Matt Ennis, Wilde Lake, Sr.; Chad Jeronimo, Bethesda-CC, Soph.; Mark LaRochelle, Stonewall Jackson, Sr.; Tom Massie, Churchill, Sr.; Dan Scanlan, Loudoun County, Fr.
135: Teddy Brown, Falls Church, Sr.; Chris Grove, Chesapeake, Sr.; Mikey Kecman, Herndon, Sr.; Fred Monday, Paint Branch, Jr.; Caleb Seufert, Northwest, Sr.
140: Tyler Calderwood, Broad Run, Sr.; Steve Gahl, Walter Johnson, Sr.; Jeff Jacobs, Forest Park, Sr.; Reid Ravin, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; Stephen Ward, Madison, Sr.
145: Scott Fisher, Colonial Forge, Jr.; Andrew Marful, Annandale, Sr.
152: Ahmnon Barnett, West Potomac, Jr.; Joe Fitterer, Fairfax, Soph.
160: Walter Hoffman, Northern, Jr.
171: Matt Anderson, Patuxent, Sr.; Tony Cavalero, Annandale, Sr.; Ben Harrison, Hylton, Sr.; Gary Stewart, DeMatha, Soph.
189: Charlie Cilinski, Stonewall Jackson, Sr.; Brent Jones, Robinson, Fr.; Chad Nkang, Northwestern, Jr.
215: Eric Noel, Woodbridge, Sr.
Hvy.: Stelios Adractas, Robinson, Sr.; Robert Armstrong, Washington-Lee, Sr.; Stephen Ball, Hylton, Sr.; Danny Muir, Parkdale, Sr.



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