TOPSHAM — One week after they won high school state individual wrestling championships, three Midcoast mat athletes, two of whom finished first in their weight divisions at the talent-laden All-States qualifier, followed those accomplishments with spots in the prestigious New England tournament.

Camden Hills’ Henry Pharris (182 pounds) and Julian Henderson (120), along with Oceanside’s Gavin Ripley (126), earned the right to advance to the New England wrestling championships on Friday and Saturday, March 4-5 at the Providence Career and Technical Academy in Providence, R.I.

Oceanside’s Gavin Ripley, left, and Camden Hills’ Michael Rollins. Photo courtesy of Glenn Lang

The top three wrestlers in each weight class at the New England qualifier, or All-States, tourney on Saturday, Feb. 26 at Mount Ararat High School advanced to Rhode Island.

Ripley and Pharris won their weight divisions, while Henderson finished second.

Camden Hills’ Julian Henderson, back, and Oceanside’s Phoenix Martinez. Photo courtesy of Glenn Lang

Eleven area grapplers competed in the New England qualifier, as a handful grabbed top-four spots.

Those who competed in the New England qualifier finished among the top four in their weight divisions at the two state events the previous week.

The individual New England qualifier results for Midcoast wrestlers were:

106 pounds — Hagan Chase, Bel, was pinned by James Blood, Sanford; and lost to Cody Marchand, Noble, 10-4.

Camden Hills’ Henry Pharris, back, and Noble’s Dylan Mulligan. Photo courtesy of Glenn Lang

113 pounds — Maddie Ripley, Ocean, beat Mason VanGieson, Sanford, 10-1; was pinned by Ayden Cofone, Windham/Gray-New Gloucester; beat Sean Bonzagni, Morse, 10-0; and lost to Nicholas Chenard, Massabesic, 7-1, in the consolation final. Ripley finished fourth.

Ryker Evans, Bel, was pinned by Ayden Cofone, Windham/Gray-Gloucester; and lost to Mason VanGieson, Sanford, 6-4.

120 pounds — Julian Henderson, CH, pinned Phoenix Martinez, Oceanside; beat James Chaplick, Sanford, 15-8; and was pinned by Cole Albert, Mattanwcook Academy, in the championship final. Henderson finished second. Henderson also secured his 100th career win during the tourney.

Camden Hills’ Michael Rollins, front, and Bonny Eagle’s Connor Nelson. Photo courtesy of Glenn Lang

Connor Fournier, Bel, was pinned by Cameron Frost, Bonny Eagle; and lost to Colby Nadeau, Lawrence, 15-0.

Phoenix Martinez, Ocean, was pinned by Julian Henderson, CH; and was pinned by Jack Desjardins, Fort Kent.

126 pounds — Gavin Ripley, Ocean, beat Michael Rollins, CH, 9-2; pinned Dyllan Davis, Biddeford/Thornton Academy; and pinned Brycen Kowalsky, Mount Ararat/Brunswick, in the championship final. Ripley finished first.

Michael Rollins, CH, lost to Gavin Ripley, Oceanside, 9-2; received a bye; beat Connor Nelson, Bonny Eagle, 1-0; and lost to Dyllan Davis, Biddeford/Thornton Academy, 12-0, in the consolation final. Rollins finished fourth.

Camden Hills’ Julian Henderson, back, and Oceanside’s Phoenix Martinez. Photo courtesy of Glenn Lang

132 pounds — Kadin Bonin, Bel, beat Kyle Doody, Gardiner, 13-4; was pinned by Dash Farrell, Mount Ararat/Brunswick; beat Owen Harper, Mattanawcook Academy, 7-0; and lost to Kaden Dustin, Noble, 7-o, in the consolation final. Bonin finished fourth.

152 pounds — Francesco Martin, Bel, was pinned by Spencer LeClair, Mount Ararat/Brunswick; beat Braeden Cunningham, Morse, 13-3; and was pinned by Skylar Gibbs, Foxcroft Academy.

160 pounds — Gabe Kelley, Bel was pinned by Shea Farrell, Mount Ararawt/Brunswick, beat Mike Welch, Skowhegan, 14-4; and lost by injury default to Marshall Fowler, Cheverus.

182 pounds — Henry Pharris, CH, received a bye; pinned Dylan Mulligan, Noble; and won by injury default over Isaac Hainer, Mattanawcook Academy, in the championship final. Pharris finished first.