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Wrestler of the Year

Parke OvermillerMagruder, Junior, 119 pounds (34-3)

In first year in public school ranks, Overmiller swept county, region, state meets after dropping from 125-pound weight class for the postseason.

Coach of the Year

Josh MunseyClarksburg, fourth year

Munsey guided Coyotes to 11 regular-season victories, 4A-3A West Region final for first time in school history.

First team

Jason MurphyLandon, Fr., 103 (29-3)

IAC champion, second at Maryland Private Schools, went 2-2 at National Preps.

Daniel SanchezGeorgetown Prep, Fr., 112 (49-6)

Top freshman won at IACs, second at Maryland Private Schools, fifth at National Preps.

Jenkins MonzeyGeorgetown Prep, Sr., 125 (46-5)

Finished career by placing third at National Preps, second at Maryland Private Schools.

Jordan TolbertMagruder, Sr., 130 (39-1)

Came up one win short of capturing county, regional, state titles without loss.

Eric FesselGeorgetown Prep, Sr., 135 (48-8)

Secured IAC crown, runner-up finish at Maryland Private School tournament.

Ryan GareyBullis, Jr., 140 (40-3)

IAC champ finished second at Maryland Private Schools, had two wins at National Preps.

James RoachB-CC, Sr., 145 (39-4)

Barons' best was county, regional champion, placed fifth at states.

Josh LowySherwood, Sr., 152 (37-1)

Capped stellar career with county, regional titles, third place at states.

Zeke GammillDamascus, Sr., 160 (28-3)

State champion handed Quince Orchard's Reed Neubaum only losses of season.

Collins NitcheuB-CC, Jr., 171 (31-6)

Returned from early-season injury to win regionals, place fifth at states.

Junior MonzeyGeorgetown Prep, Sr., 189 (40-10)

Took sixth at National Preps, second at Maryland Private Schools after winning IACs.

Bernard WolleySeneca Valley, Jr., 215 (33-2)

Undersized, but captured state title by dethroning reigning champion.

Danny LeeWhitman, Sr., Wildcard/215 (34-3)

Won first two postseason titles before placing third at state tournament.

Pat TeixeiraWalter Johnson, Sr., 285 (34-3)

Deceptively quick big man capped career as regional champion, county runner-up.

Honorable mention

-Mac RaumClarksburg, Soph., 103 (36-5)

County, regional champion.

-Eli BienstockQuince Orchard, Soph., 112 (34-3)

Took third at state meet.

-Shane Arechiga, Good Counsel

Good Counsel, Sr., 119 (42-9)

Second at WCACs, private schools.

-Michael HenningNorthwest, Sr., Wildcard/119 (29-8)

Monisera Award winner, third at states.

-Adam PereiraBethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr., 125 (30-11)

Placed first at county meet.

-Shane BrambleWootton, Jr., 130 (34-7)

Second at counties, regionals.

-Chris Williamson

Clarksburg, Sr., 135 (39-4)

County, regional champion.

-Mike HarderWhitman, Jr., 140 (26-7)

Won at counties, regionals.

-Andrew FollmannWhitman, Jr., 145 (29-9)

Regional runner-up, fourth at states.

-Mike BarbaroWootton, Sr., 152 (37-4)

County, regional runner-up.

-Reed NeubaumQuince Orchard, Sr., 160 (35-2)

Cougars' all-time wins leader (132).

-Greg PotemkenWootton, Sr., 171 (32-7)

County winner, region runner-up.

-Taylor LeightonWhitman, Sr., 189 (36-2)

One win shy of postseason sweep.

-Ian BansonPaint Branch, Sr., 215 (29-7)

Multi-sport star, county runner-up.

-Ned DaryoushWhitman, Jr., 285 (28-6)

County champ improved steadily.