Historic night: Oceanside hosts first home meet with MCI, MorseMariners, Huskies, Shipbuilders battle in a few head-to-head matches
Thomaston — The Oceanside High School wrestling team hosted the first home meet in the program's two-year club sport history on Wednesday night, Jan. 15 at Oceanside West, the former Georges Valley High School.
The Mariners, who compete in a full varsity schedule, hosted Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield and Morse of Bath Wednesday. The Mariner fell to the Huskies 24-21 and lost to the Shipbuilders 39-30 in close mat battles.
The Oceanside cheerleaders also performed during the tri-meet.
There were a bundle of forfeits for the Mariners, Shipbuilders and Huskies, but a few head-to-head matches were contested on the mat.
The individual Mariner results, with Oceanside wrestlers listed first, were:
126 pounds — David Young won by forfeit over Morse; and was pinned by Dylan Dahlbergh, MCI.
132 pounds — Jack Holt won by forfeit over Morse. Dallas Ball pinned Tanner Littlefield, MCI.
138 pounds — Ball pinned Rose Heaven-Leigh, Mor. Holt won by forfeit over MCI.
145 pounds — Cameron Rubenstein won by forfeit over Morse and Maine Central Institute.
220 pounds — Reagan Billingsley lost to Austin Talgo, Mor; and pinned Michael Westgate, MCI.
285 pounds — Alex Rackliffe won by forfeit over Morse; and was pinned Briar Bussell, MCI.
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