Most people on this form argue about wether Saint Frances is the most dominant Baltimore area team (Not really, in terms of football they are.). I would disagree. That title should go to Mount St Joseph's varsity wrestling team. Here are their accomplishments for this year:
Placed third at National Preps behind national powerhouses Blair Academy(NJ) and Wyoming Seminary(PA) with 10 of 14 wrestlers receiving All American Status, with heavyweight (285) Isaac Righter being national champion.
MSA state champions with all 14 wrestlers placed 3rd or higher, won by a 108.5 point margin over second place Mcdonogh with 4 individual state champions and 8 overall finalist as well as Chris Barnabae (120) receiving outstanding wrester for the entire tournament.
MIAA conference champions with all 14 wrestlers placing 3rd or higher at the MIAA tournament with a 89 point margin over second place Mcdonogh with six champions and ten finalist overall.
MIAA duel champions, posting three shutouts with the closest match being an 18 point margin of victory over second place Mcdonogh.
21 out of 100 in the Walsh Jesuit Ironman tournament, known as the hardest tournament in the country.
4th out of 145 at Beast of the East, by far the hardest tournament on the east coast.
Finished the season with a top 20 high school ranking while proving themselves by going against the hardest competition in the country. Also, many of the wrestlers have came up through the MSJ Titans youth program.
The board doesn't really give a lot of love to wrestling, but I felt that these young men deserved a shoutout in competing in the hardest sport one could do.