Old Mill rebounded from a disappointing loss to Mount St. Joseph's (Baltimore) in the Annapolis wrestling tournament to edge the perennial powerhouse, 220 1/2 to 214 1/2, in a tournament this weekend at Chesapeake.

Rounding out the top 10 schools were Chesapeake with 151 1/2 points, Northern 135 1/2, Archbishop Curley 128, Eleanor Roosevelt 126, Meade 125, Frederick 119, Southwestern (Baltimore) 102 1/2 and Linganore 67.

"Obviously I'm pleased with winning the tournament, but I'm also pleased with the way the kids improved from last week," said Old Mill Coach Mike Hampe.

The Patriots had seven finalists and five of them came away champions. The tournament winners were Steve Lundstrom at 103 pounds, Brent Layman (140), Brian Layman (160), Ernie Longazel (171) and Don Marco (heavyweight).

In the most eagerly anticipated match of the evening, Brent Laymen handed Caldwell Veale of Southwestern his first loss of the season in an 11-8 overtime decision. Layman, Maryland's top-ranked wrestler at 140, secured two takedowns in the overtime to make his record 9-0. . . .

The Sterling Lions Invitational at Park View drew eight teams from Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Mount Pleasant (Pa.) placed eight wrestlers in the finals and won with 179 points. Broadneck had two champions and took second with 149. Host Park View was third. . . .

Centreville piled up 243 points to win the second annual Journal Northern Region Classic last week at Fairfax. Thirty teams participated in the largest Northern Virginia invitational tournament. Robinson was runner-up with 203. Rounding out the top 10 were Stonewall Jackson with 200, W.T. Woodson 141, Herndon 138, Oakton 136, West Springfield 113, Stuart 112, Madison 112 and Green Run 109.

St. Stephen's sensation Khalil Abdul-Malik defeated two defending regional champions, Oscar Lucas of Washington-Lee, 17-4, in a semifinal and Bryan Hazard of Robinson in the final, pinning him in 5:47. Abdul-Malik was named the outstanding wrestler. . . .

Jason Batchellor won the 140-pound class to help Lackey earn 210 points and win the Douglass Invitational Saturday. DeMatha had four champions -- Myron Herrera (103), Chris Calloway (130), Marcus Foran (171) and Ryan Foran (heavyweight) -- and finished second with 169 points. Hammond was third with 162, Westminster had 131.5, Riverdale Baptist 128 and McNamara 122. Maryland Realignment

A number of Maryland public schools will change classes and regions for the 1991-92 school year. The largest realignment will be in Montgomery County. Paint Branch, Magruder and Richard Montgomery will move up from 3A to the highest classification, 4A (1,041-1,839 enrollment). Seneca Valley, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Einstein, Whitman and Wheaton will drop from 4A to 3A (819-1,036) and Rockville drops from 3A to 2A (616-818). In Prince George's County, Laurel moves up to 4A, Douglass and Gwynn Park drop to 3A and Surrattsville to 2A. Wilde Lake, this season's state 2A football champion, drops to 1A. Youssefi All-Around Winner

Chantilly's Arousha Youssefi won three of four individual events and finished with a score of 37.45 to win the all-around gymnastics competition at the South Lakes Invitational Saturday. The junior won the uneven bars with a score of 9.45, the floor exercise with a 9.20 and the vault with a 9.40. She was third in the balance beam with a 9.40.

Becky Hayter was second in vault and beam, third in uneven bars and fifth in floor exercise to finish second overall with 36.40.

North Stafford junior Kenna Benson finished third in the overall competition with a score of 36.05, but her effort helped the three-time Virginia Group AAA state champion Wolverines win the team title with 106.90 points. Host South Lakes was second with 102.65.