Chelmsford Has Three Champs at Invite
Anthony Hubbard (126 pounds), Evan Goodall (145) and Jeremy Ware (182) won titles for Chelmsford at the Chelmsford Invitational Wrestling Tournament.
Framingham finished first in the 21-team field with 217.5 points. Chelmsford was second at 174, followed Foxboro at 151.
Patrick Hughes posted a second-place finish for the Lions at 120.
Aidan Ahern was fourth at 195.
Coming through with fifth-place finishes were Zach Reynolds (138), Devon Giannino (152) and Mike McLarney (106).
Pelham placed 11th in the team standings at the Chelmsford Invitational with 93.5 points.
Conor Maslanek went 3-0 with two pins en route to winning the 195-pound title.
Owen Haskins (160) and Nick Carroll (182) and Ryan Leuteritz (220) posted fourth-place finishes for the Pythons.
Jack Quaranto led the way for the Grey Ghosts at the Chelmsford Invitational with a second-place finish at 106.
Kevin Ma took third at 285. Also, Ryan Walsh was fifth at 120 and Amos Richards took sixth at 160.
Billerica’s James Best was second at 132 at the Chelmsford Invitational.
The Rams split four matches on Saturday. Shawsheen posted wins over West Springfield, 46-26, North Andover, 72-10, and lost to Simsbury (Conn.), 34-33, and Trumbell (Conn.), 50-30.
Stephan Saint-Juste (152), Andre Comeau (195) and Omar Eldaly (220) won four matches each for Shawsheen.
Joe D’Ampolo (106), Austin Dube (113) and Michael Steen (170) won three matches apiece.
Shawsheen Tech his 13-2.
The Soda twins, Zack and Cam, won titles at the Chelmsford Invitational.
Zack went 4-0 with 3 pins en route to capturing the 106 crown. Cam was 4-0 at 113 with a 5-2 double overtime victory in the final. Joe Perna had two pins while placing fifth at 126.
Dracut posted wins over Wayland, 40-39, Milford (N.H.), 62-12, and Marlboro, 41-27, and tied Nashoba Regional, 36-36, at the Demeo Duals.
Ty Stewart (4 pins), Dante Rossetti and Devin Lambert won four matches apiece for the Middies, who finished third in the team standings.
Tewksbury lost to Andover, 54-24, Methuen, 72-6, and Lowell, 42-27, at a Merrimack valley Conference quad match.
Junior Dylan Chandler was a force at 285 pounds for the Redmen, winning three matches by pin.
Ryan Day (170, 1 pin) and Connor Charron (126, 2 pins) won two matches each.
Greater Lowell Tech
James Gitnitu (3 pins), Pat Carney (2 pins) Chanda Wallace (2 pins) and Drew Carbonneau (1 pin) won three matches each as Greater Lowell Tech posted wins over Salem, 60-6, Reading, 54-21, and Waltham, 70-6.