VIDEO: Region Wrestling Championship

Wootton's Austin Tritto won a region championship at 106 pounds.

The top wrestlers from Rockville schools hit the mats for the 4A/3A West Region championships on Saturday at Sherwood High School in Sandy Spring.

Click on the videos at right to view footage of the matches listed in bold below featuring wrestlers from Rockville schools, shot by Dual Cam Productions:

106 pounds: Austin Tritto () defeated Mikey Macklin (Damascus), 7-5.

113 pounds: Eddie Kennedy (Clarksburg) defeated Duncan Yeisley (North Hagerstown), 2-1.

120 pounds: Eli Bienstock (Quince Orchard) defeated Brendon Colbert (North Hagerstown), 1-0.

126 pounds: Will Witkop (Bethesda-Chevy Chase) defeated Mac Raum (Clarksburg), 4-2.

132 pounds: Michael Nguyen (Springbrook) won a major decision over Andrew Conine (), 14-4.

138 pounds: Hunter Sutton (Churchill) defeated Charlie Banaszak (Bethesda-Chevy Chase), 5-3.

145 pounds: Dennis Creegan (Damascus) defeated Daniel Moore (Gaithersburg), 3-2.

152 pounds: Kellen Staton (Seneca Valley) defeated Stephen Potemken (Wootton), 6-1.

160 pounds: Brad Taylor (Walt Whitman) defeated Kamen Barnes (Magruder), 5-3.

170 pounds: Aaron Perez (Springbrook) defeated Kenneth Burrs (North Hagerstown), 3-2.

182 pounds: Elad Covaliu (Walter Johnson) pinned Edwin Callender (Hubie Blake) at the 6:42 mark.

195 pounds: Chris Collins (South Hagerstown) defeated Tyler Dykes (Magruder), 5-1.

220 pounds: Ralph Bernardo (Wootton) defeated Innocent Okocha (Walter Johnson), 6-3.

285 pounds: Josh Daryoush (Whitman) defeated Dylan Dopson (North Hagerstown), 3-1.

North Hagerstown High School took home the team championship. Wootton finished third. Magruder finished fifth.

Click here for video of other matches.

All finalists qualified for the state tournament on Friday and Saturday at Cole Field House at the .

Bart Dykes February 28, 2012 at 05:05 AM
Big Props to the Rockville Patch for covering the counties toughest high school sport!


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