Upper School

  • Wrestling - Varsity

    2019 - 2020
    Head Coach: Justin Fitch

    The Boys' Latin Lakers Varsity Wrestling team participates in the MIAA 'A' Conference.

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Tri with Overlea

League
vs.
Calvert Hall
Win 67-12
Overlea
Win 61-33
Away
Tournament
vs.
Knightmare Tournament
Parkville HS
Away
Tournament

Oliver Wrestling Tournament

Non-League
McDonogh HS
Away
Tournament
vs.
Knightmare Tournament
Away
Tournament

Oliver Wrestling Tournament

Non-League
Away
vs.
Western Tech
Away
Tournament
vs.
Iron Horse Duals
C Milton Wright HS
Away
League
vs.
Iron Horse Duals
C Milton Wright HS
Home
Rescheduled
League
vs.
McDonogh High School
Loss 12-66
Away

Upstairs Gym - Edwards Court

League
vs.
McDonogh High School
Loss 12-66
Away

See Schedule in Additional Notes

League
vs.
St Paul's School for Boys
Win 53-24
Mt St Joseph High School
Loss 18-63
St Paul's School
Away

See Additional Notes for Schedule

League
vs.
Loyola Blakefield
Loss 12-70
St James Academy
Loss 31-42
Loyola Blakefield
Away
Tournament
vs.
Warpath Tournament
Franklin High School
Away
Tournament
vs.
Warpath Tournament
Franklin High School
Home
League
vs.
Archbishop Spalding
Loss 27-48
Home
League
vs.
Gilman School
Loss 30-51
Away

Snoverlea Wrestling Tournament

Non-League
Overlea HS
Away

Snoverlea Wrestling Tournament

Non-League
Overlea HS
Away
League
vs.
John Carroll High School
Loss 30-39
John Carroll HS
Away
League
vs.
Archbishop Curley
ARCHBISHOP CURLEY HS
Home
Tournament

MIAA Tournament

Non-League
Home
Tournament

MIAA Tournament

Non-League
Home
Tournament

States

Non-League
Home
Tournament

States

Non-League
Away
Tournament

National Preps

Non-League
Home
Tournament

National Preps

Non-League
Overall Statistics
W L T %
3 7 0 30

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