South River's Austin Alley qualified to wrestle at 126 pounds. His brother, Collin, will wrestle at 145 pounds
South River High will have two chances at a state wrestling title this weekend with twin brothers Collin and Austin Alley earning berths. Austin Alley will wrestle at 126 pounds, after securing a record of 42-4 on the season. He will open against Malachi Edmond of North Point. Collin Alley will compete at 145 pounds and open against Jacob Asher of Dulaney Valley. In an interview with Patch in January, both Collin and Austin Alley said that a state title for the team, as well as individual titles, were goals for the season. The MPSSAA state wrestling tournament will take place Friday and Saturday at Cole Field House in College Park. See also:
Austin Alley is a senior on the South River High wrestling team.
Patch stopped by South River High School and spoke with senior Austin Alley, 17, about his wrestling career and life at SRHS. Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch: What is your favorite South River wrestling memory? Austin Alley: Riding the bus down to Stephen Decatur on the Eastern Shore, it was just a lot of fun and we were messing around. We also got to stop at Wawa on the way and get food, which was cool. Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch: How is your season going so far and what are your expectations heading into the postseason? Alley: We’re doing pretty well right now. We’re undefeated in the county. We have regions on Wednesday and hopefully states if we win regions. Team-wise, I think we can go pretty far in the state and the goal is to win …