The last time South Hagerstown beat North Hagerstown in a wrestling match, most of today's Hubs were still in diapers.
Over the last 14 years, the Hubs have learned how to clean up their own messes.
"North came over here and just wiped our mats with us tonight," South coach Ralph Stottlemyer said Wednesday, following his Rebels' 70-3 MVAL Antietam loss to their visiting cross-town rival. "I was hoping to keep it a little closer, but ... I don't think I've ever been beaten that bad in my career."
The Rebels' best chance to take the lead was in the night's first bout, in which South 135-pounder Dustin Hines had a 7-2 lead on Robbie Wood late in the third period.
"I looked up and saw the clock and I just thought, 'It has to be done. I'm going to start the night off with a pin or at least a win,'" said Wood, who used a headlock to take Hines down to his back, pinning him in 5:32.