Johns Hopkins downs McDaniel in conference dual
WESTMINSTER, Md. – Patrick Stanley recorded a first-period pin to lead Johns Hopkins to a 28-12 victory over McDaniel in Centennial Conference (CC) wrestling action on Tuesday.
The Blue Jays (3-9, 1-0 CC) opened their conference schedule with seven victories, including three straight to secure the victory with two matches to wrestle.
At approximately 8:28 p.m., Brock Glotfelty (Grantsville, Md./Northern Garrett) walked onto the mat for the 133rd time in a Green Terror uniform. Seven minutes later, he walked off a winner once again for McDaniel (3-6, 1-1 CC), notching a 12-3 victory to cap the night.
For Glotfelty, it wasn't just another win. It was his 21st consecutive victory to open the season but – more importantly – it was the 113th of the senior's career, breaking a tie with Charlie Conaway atop the all-time wins list – a deadlock that lasted just three days.
With a 113-20 career mark, he accomplished the program record in 19 fewer matches than Conaway, who finished his 1996-2000 tenure with a record of 112-40.
With more than a month remaining in the campaign, Glotfelty also enters the CC's top five in career wins. Gettysburg's Jake Dell (1995-98) holds the conference record with 140 victories.
Ray Yagloski opened the match with a 4-3 decision, using an escape and takedown in the second period to turn a 2-1 deficit into a 4-2 lead en route to giving the Blue Jays a 3-0 lead.
Tom Goretsas (Hampstead, Md./North Carroll) gave the Green Terror a one-point advantage a match later with a 16-3 major-decision victory that included a pair of warning points late in the third period.
With 11 seconds remaining in the first sudden-victory period, Duncan Crystal recorded a takedown to break the 1-all deadlock for a 3-1 victory and a 6-4 Johns Hopkins lead.
An injury default midway through the second period gave Rocky Barilla the victory and his team a 12-4 lead in the match.
A takedown off a restart late in the third period gave Logan Yox (Westminster, Md./Liberty) a seven-point lead in the match. With nearly four minutes of riding time, the freshman earned a major decision by a 9-1 margin to trim the deficit to 12-8.
Eric Levenseller countered with a major decision of his own, however, to extend the lead back to eight with a 10-2 victory at 165.
Patrick Stanley notched his team-leading sixth pin of the season, falling Chris Urps (Pasadena, Md./Chesapeake) in 1:32.
Reid Mosquera used a late takedown to secure a 6-3 win – his second straight victory over Will Yeo (Lexington Park, Md./Great Mills) after defeating him in Saturday's title bout at Waynesburg.
McDaniel returns to action in a quad match at home against Merchant Marine, Stevens and Washington and Lee on Saturday. Action begins at 10 a.m.
Johns Hopkins 28, McDaniel 12
125: Ray Yagloski (J) dec. PJ Farinella 4-3; 133: Tom Goretsas (M) maj. dec. Adam Stevens 16-3; 141: Duncan Crystal (J) dec. Mike Trancredi 3-1 (SV1); 149: Rocky Barilla (J) inj. def. Sean McGarry 4:13; 157: Logan Yox (M) maj. dec. Jody Gowen 9-1; 165: Eric Levenseller (J) maj. dec. Matt Peters 10-2; 174: Patrick Stanley (J) pinned Chris Urps 1:32; 184: Ben Finelli (J) dec. Scott Forrester 9-4; 197: Reid Mosquera (J) dec. Will Yeo 6-3; HWT: Brock Glotfelty (M) maj. dec. Rick Danilkowicz 12-3.