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1994-95 All-Met Wrestling Team

Thursday, March 23, 1995

WRESTLER OF THE YEAR
Jeremy Ferry
Centreville
Senior
Third consecutive unbeaten season. Won third straight Virginia AAA state title. Four-time Northern Region and district champion. Record of 44-0 this season gives him 156-3 career record. Holds Virginia public school state record for most career wins and most consecutive victories (126).

COACH OF THE YEAR
Dave Hopkins
Damascus
Directed 22-1 Swarmin' Hornets to Maryland 2A/1A dual title. Team 43-2 over past two seasons.

FIRST TEAM
Insuk Choe
Weight: 103
Quince Orchard
Senior
Record: 31-4
Won Maryland 4A/3A state, West Region, Lackey Invitational titles.

Jason Gabrielson
103
Riverdale Baptist
Sophomore
58-2
St. Albans and Maryland Independent champion; Second at National Preps; Career 106-9.

Marty Kusick
112
Northeast
Senior
36-0
Repeat All-Met. Three-time Maryland 2A/1A champion. Career 129-2-1.

Philip Schleifer
112
Arundel
Senior
21-3
Maryland 4A/3A state champion. Arundel Holiday tournament winner.

George Bell
119
Osbourn
Junior
34-3
Won Virginia AA state, Region II, Osbourn Invitational championships.

Todd Beckerman
119
DeMatha
Junior
52-0
Three-time All-Met. Three-time national Prep and St. Albans champion. Career 152-1.

Nicolas Franzetti
119
Churchill
Senior
31-1
Maryland 4A/3A state champion. Won Magruder and Smithburg tournaments.

Mike Kusick
119
Northeast
Senior
36-1
Repeat All-Met. Three-time Maryland 2A/1A state champion. Career 132-4.

Todd Mason
119
Stonewall Jackson
Senior
42-0
Virginia AAA state champion. Two-time Northern Region winner. First at Herndon, Raider and Park View Invitationals.

Chaiyana Black
125
Douglass
Junior
37-2
Maryland 4A/3A state champion. First at South River, Douglass Invitational.

Paul Hultgreen
130
Old Mill
Senior
29-4
Maryland 4A/3A state and East Region champion for Maryland state champions.

Quinn Foster
130
Paul VI
Junior
34-0
Repeat All-Met. Won National Preps, St. Albans (outstanding wrestler) and WCAC.

Tryone Neal Jr.
125
Southern
Junior
35-0
Repeat All-Met. Two-time Maryland 2A/1A state champion. 85-10 over past three seasons.

Brandon Rushing
130
Lee
Senior
36-2
Repeat All-Met. Three-time Virginia AAA Northern Region champion. Virginia AAA runner-up. Career 125-18.

Robert Alexander
135
DeMatha
Junior
45-5
National Prep champion; Two-time St. Albans and WCAC Champion.

Sidney Billups
140
Laurel
Senior
36-1
Repeat All-Met; Two-time Maryland 4A/3A state and South Region champion. 67-1 over past two seasons.

Mike Dixon
140
South Senior
44-1
Virginia AAA state and Northern Region champion. Third in state as junior and sophomore.

Matt Allman
145
Dematha
Senior
47-5
Won at National Preps for team champions. Three-time WCAC champion. Career 160-29.

Mike DeLeonardi
145
Old Mill
Senior
30-7
Maryland 4A/3A state and East Region winner for state team champions.

Mike Chesla
152
Arundel
Senior
34-2
Repeat All-Met. Two-time Maryland 4A/3A state, East Region champion. 25 pins as senior.

Ryan Hersey
152
Lackey
Senior
34-2
Maryland 2A/1A state champion. First at South Region, SMAC, Seahawk, Douglass, Lackey.

Eugene Brodetski
171
Bullis
Senior
41-1
National Prep champion; Two-time St. Albans and IAC champion; Career 113-23.

Adam Butts
171
Meade
Senior
33-2
Maryland 4A/3A state, East Region and Anne Arundel champion; Arundel and Meade Invitationals winner. Career 121-7.

Troumaine Graves
171
Southern
Senior
33-3
Maryland 2A/1A state, East Region champion. First at South River, Douglass Invitational.

Scott Reese
171
Annandale
Senior
35-0
Virginia AAA and Northern Region champion. Career 115-15.

Sean Sprague
171
Broad Run
Junior
30-0
Virginia AA, Region II and Northwestern District champion; Lion and Jefferson Invitationals champion.

Ward Hugh
189
Brentsville
Junior
36-0
Repeat All-Met. Two-time Virginia A state, Region B and Bull Run champion. Career 104-8.

Joon Kim
189
Centennial
Junior
32-1
Maryland 4A/3A state and North Region champion. Won at Annapolis, McDonough, Arundel Invitationals.

Jason Inskeep
HWT
Culpeper
Junior
27-2
Virginia AA, Region II and Battlefield champion.

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