1985 Maryland High School Wrestling Champions

MPSSAA
AA-A: Arundel
B-C: Wicomico
MSA: Mount St. Joseph


1985 National Prep Championships
Team Scores

2nd The Bullis School (first without post graduates) 108
5th Archbishop Curley 97
6th Mount St. Joseph 84
8th Gilman 73

1985 National Prep Individual Results
98 2nd James Jones, Mount St. Joseph
102 2nd Kurt Tamai, DeMatha
116 3rd J Angelos, Gilman
123 1st Ken Miller, Curley
136 3rd Henry Franklin, Gilman
149 2nd John Cooper, Curley, 3rd C Hunter, Mount St. Joseph, 4th E. Woods, Maryland School of the Deaf
159 2nd R Glasby, Bullis
171 2nd R. Grapes, Bullis,
189 3rd D. Rody, Gilman
HWT 1st Joe Hall, Bishop McNamara


1985 MPSSAA State Championships
March 2-3 1985
At Western Maryland College
Team Scores AA-A

1. Arundel 77.5
2. Randallstown 74.5
3. Sherwood 67
4. Overlea 63.5
5. Bowie 60.5
6. Old Mill 53.7
7. Wheaton 48
8. Glen Burnie 38
9. Severna Park 37
10. Broadneck 31.5
11. Annapolis 29.5
12. EVT 28
13. Largo 26.5
14. Duvall 22.5
15. C.M. Wright 21

1985 Team Scores B-C
1. Wicomico 76
2. Aberdeen 69
3. Lackey 65
4. Beall 60
5. Edgewood 59
6. Chesapeake-BC 55
7. North Carroll 53
8. Parkside 46.5
9. Allegheny 42
10. Centennial 35
11. Williamsport 28
12. Wilde Lake 27.5
13. Smithsburg 24.5
14.Liberty 23
15.Magruder 20

1985 Championship Finals AA-A
98 Steve Wagner, Overlea d. Roe, Broadneck 6-5
105
Bob Truby, Sherwood p. Johnson, Duval 3:16
112
Mike Truby, Sherwood d. Paolucci, Arundel 2-1
119
Charlie Royer, Old Mill mj. Paknik, Richard Montgomery 19-0
126 Dan Youngblood, Old Mill d. Cohen, Randallstown 9-2(OT)
132
Derrick Johnson, Overlea d. Asbell, Randallstown 12-11
138 Tony Porzillo, Arundel d. Tilson, Glen Burnie 9-2
145 Darryl Jenkins, C.M. Wright d. Frew, Wheaton 7-3
155
Stanley Proctor, Bowie d. Lewis, Glen Burnie 6-0
167 Norman Brown, Bowie d. Wilborn, Severna Park 18-8
185 Gary Heldt, Largo d. Bechtel, Laurel 14-9
UNL George Harris, Randallstown d. Borlie, Overlea. 3-2

Championship Finals Class B-C
98 Steve Danielson, Lackey d. Coster, Chesapeake-BC 11-2
105 Bill Caton, Beall p. Dang, Edgewood 5:10
112 Sean Castorina, Chesapeake BC d. Sessons, Wicomico 7-4
119 Kenny Rhodes, Williamsport d. Schoen, Chesapeake-BC 5-1
126 Bill Richins, Wicomico d. Miser, Edgewood 4-2
132 Jack Hedger, Wicomico d. Periera, Allegheny 3-1
138 Doug Thomas, N. Carroll p. North, Aberdeen 4:50
145 Steve Shifflett, Smithsburg d. Oakley, Aberdeen 9-2
155 Brian Davis, Beall p. Hundertmark, Liberty 3:16
167 Greg Morris, Allegheny d. Hawkins, Lackey 7-3
185 Tim Scott, Edgewood d. Brow Parkside 4-2
UNL
Karl Edwards, Aberdeen p. Price, Glenelg 1:16

65th MSA State Wrestling Championship
Private Schools/Baltimore City Schools
February 15, 16, 17 1985
Poly High School
Team Scores

1. Mt. St. Joe 201
2. McDonogh 181
3. Archbishop Curley 179
4. Gilman 174.5
5. Poly 157
6. Southwestern 151
7. Boys Latin 93.5
8. Forest Park 91
8. Patterson 91
10. Calvert Hall 90

1985 Championship Finals
98. Green, Southwestern p. James Jones, MSJ 2:31
105 D’Alesandro. McD. d. Patterson, FP. 4-0
112 Angelos, Gilman. d. Schmidt, MSJ 6-2
119 Lee Schaufele d. Salkowski, John Carroll 3-1
126 Miller, Curley d. Randolph, Poly 13-5
132 Jay Schaufele MSJ. p. Conway, Gilman 4:35
139 Edward Kennedy, Southwestern d. Franklin Gilman 6-3
145
Tom Neville, Curley p. Hollman. McD. 1:51
155 John Cooper, Curley d. Clemons, Carver
167 Dorshaw, McD. d. Parham, Carver 9-6
187 Rody, Gilman d. Mutchinson, Southwestern 9-4
UNL Smith, Poly d. Pack, Mervo 5-3.

Notes:
Mount St. Joe wins 10th straight championship.
Archbishop Curley’s defending champion Tom Neville pinned all four of his opponents in the first period. He finished the season 39-0.
Mount St. Joe had two brothers, Lee and Jay Schaufele win championships.

In the AA-A division Charlie Royer is the first four-time placer in tournament history. He repeated as champion. He also set a Maryland public school record with 115 career wins.
Stanley Proctor of Bowie finished with a championship and 114 career wins.

In the B-C division in the 138lb class there were three returning state champions. Steve Mosier, Annapolis, Derrick Asbell, Randallstown, and Derrick Johnson, Overlea.