1988 Maryland State High School Champions

MPSSAA
AA-A: Broadneck
B-C: Aberdeen
MSA: Mount St. Joseph

MSWA end of year ranking: #1 Mount St. Joseph

1988 MPSSA State Championships
March 5-6 1988
At Western Maryland College


1988 National Prep Champions
Team Scores
3rd Bullis (1st without postgraduates) 159
4th DeMatha 111.5

Individual National Prep Champions
95 3rd John Allman, DeMatha
103 2nd
Sean Fox, Calvert Hall,
119 1st Bob Bunting, Bullis, 4th Kurt Owen, Boy's Latin
125 1st Scott Shaw, Mount St. Joseph,
130 2nd David Paul, Mount St. Joseph,
145 1st
Andre Kelley, Bullis, 3rd Jim Flynn, Mount St. Joseph
152 2nd John Miles, Calvert Hall
160 3rd Alex Moody, St. Paul's
171 7th Kevin Wilson, Curley
189 1st
Phil Bryant, DeMatha

1988 MPSSAA Championships
Team Scores AA-A

1. Broadneck 81.5
2. Old Mill 71.5
3. Bowie 53
4. North Carroll 47
5. Laurel 44.5
6. Seneca Valley 37.5
7. Woodlawn 34.5
7. Arundel 34.5
9. Eleanor Roosevelt 33
10. Walt Whitman 30.5

1988 MPSSAA Championships
Team B-C

1. Aberdeen
2. Eastern Technical
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5. Oakland Mills
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1988 MPSSAA Championship Finals AA-A
98
David Land, Laurel d. Pyles, Chesapeake AA 8-4
105 Dale Miller, Broadneck d. Rich, Woodlawn 6-2
112 Robert Dillard, Parkdale d. Walker, Lansdowne 9-2
119 Darryl Hawkins, McDonough d. George, Bowie 13-13 (2-1 OT)
126 Robbie Waldman, Bowie d. Tressler, Kenwood 11-8
132 Greg Wise, Old Mill d. Freeman, Northwestern 8-2
138 Andy Claxton, Broadneck d. Stroud, Rockville 4-4 (3-2 OT)
145 Tom Levin, Wooton d. Shields, Meade 8-7
155 Billy Boyce, Old Mill d. Spillman, Laurel 1-1 (4-1 OT)
167 Louis Harmel, Liberty d. Willingham, South Carroll 3-2
185 Shawn Reynolds, North Hagerstown d. Gillan, North Carroll 3-2
UNL Bill Ferencz, North Carroll d. Lawrence, Woodlawn 7-1

1988 MPSSAA Championship Finals B-C
98 Jeff Franklin, Aberdeen
105 Gerard Johnson, Owings Mills
112 Ed Baugess, Aberdeen
119 Nathanial Ludke, Gwynn Park
126 Jack Eichelberger, Williamsport
132
Jeff Rosenberg, Oakland Mills d. Mike Bromely, Damascus 7-3
138 Reggie Ames, Wicomico
145 Mark Walls, Kent County
155 Kevin Greimel, Havre De Grace
167 Anthony Williams, Aberdeen d. Scott Asher, Mount Hebron 6-2
185 Kieth Kierzkowski, Atholton d. Mike White, Damascus 6-3
UNL Quentin Gough, Oakland Mills, d. Joe Phillips, Old Mill 4-0

68th MSA Private School State Wrestling Championship
Private and Baltimore City Public Schools
February 20, 21 1988
Poly High School

1988 MSA Championships
Team Scores

1. Mount St. Joe 270.5
2. Southwestern 243
3. Calvert Hall 163.5
4. Boys’ Latin 138
5. Gilman 122
6. Poly 115
7. St. Mary’s 101
8. Curley 97.5
8. McDonough 92.5
10. St. Paul’s 85.5
11. John Carroll 83.5
12. Walbrook 73
13. Loyola 62.5
14.Edmondson 45
15. Friends 39
16. Patterson 35.5
17. Dunbar 34
18. Lutheran 29
19. Mervo 27
20. City 23
21. Forest Park 17.5
22. Carver 12
22. Northern 12
22. Northwestern 12
25. Towson Catholic 10
26. Severn 6
27. Spalding 4
27. Lake Clifton 4
28. Cardinal Gibbons 2

1988 MSA Championship Finals
98. Reina, MSJ d. Scott, Southwestern. 6-2
105 Veale, Southwestern d. Sean Fox, Calvert Hall 10-1
112 Coleman, MSJ. d. Dixon, Boys’ Latin 9-0
119 Cooper, Southwestern d. Deane, St Paul’s 7-2
126 Darin Allen, Southwestern d.
Scott Shaw, MSJ. 6-2 (OT)
132 David Paul, MSJ. d. Crockett, Southwestern. 3-1
139 Jones, MSJ d. Elliott, CH. 10-1
145 Jim Flynn, MSJ d. Jenkins, Southwestern 5-0
155 John Miles, Calvert Hall d. Welsh MSJ 8-7
167 Walter Reed, Southwestern p. Wilson, ACS. 1:56
187 Brown, Poly d. Szezypinski, Boys’ Latin 18-5
UNL Holley, Southwestern p. Bunker, ST. Mary’s 4:56

Notes:
MSA:
Mount St. Joe wins 13th straight championship, finishes 14-0 in duals and ends season ranked #1 by the MSWA (Maryland State Wrestling Association)

MSJ has five individual champions.
Southwestern brings only 8 wrestlers but all make the finals and they finish with five champions.
Walter Reed, Southwestern 167 was the tournament Outstanding Wrestler.

AA-A

Broadneck High school wins it’s first state title. They also finished tied for the Anne Arundel dual meet title and won the regional title.

B-C

Jeff Rosenburg of Oakland Mills is the second wrestler in public school history to win three championships and place in top four all four years. He finished in 3rd his freshman year.

Quentin Gough finishes the year 31-0.

Oakland Mill Coach Steve Carnahan retires after winning ten Howard County titles, three state championships, and 12 individual champions. He has more champions than any other B-C coach.

The Bullis School finished the year a remarkable 19-0.
They won the IAC league title, and the National Prep Championship. They finished the year with two National Prep Champions and ranked #1 in the state. (By the Washington Post)

Post Season:
Southwestern senior Darin Allen is named Baltimore Sun Wrestler of the year. He finished the year 38-0.

Mount St. Joe sophomore Scott Shaw wins a National Prep Championship
Andre Kelley of Bullis is named outstanding Wrestler at the National Prep Tournament. This is his second National Prep Championship.

The Maryland All-Star Classic
March 8,1988
at Johns Hopkins University


First place: B-C Schools
Second place: AA-A Schools
Third Place: MSA