WALDOBORO — Three up and three down as Medomak Valley wrestlers enjoyed their initial home- and season-opening quad-meet on Saturday, Dec. 10.

On the day, the Panthers beat Winslow 54-16, Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield 48-30 and Erskine Academy of South China 36-30.

Having fun on the mat are Medomak Valley’s Nathan Staples and Isaac Genthner, 4, of Friendship. Genthner is the grandson of Philip Genthner, former Panther coach and wrestler. Photo by Mark Haskell

The individual Medomak Valley results, with Panthers listed first, included:

106 pounds — Medomak Valley had double-forfeits with Winslow, Maine Central Institute and Erskine Academy.

113 pounds — Nathan Staples won by forfeit over Winslow, Maine Central Institute and Erskine Academy.

120 pounds — Mariah Young pinned Elizabeth Dionne, Win, 0:53; won by forfeit over Maine Central Institute; and was pinned by Parker Hunter, EA, at 0:06.

126 pounds — Colby Benner pinned Addison Duplessie, Win, at 2:52; won by forfeit over Maine Central Institute; and was pinned by Wallace Pooler, EA, at 2:42.

Medomak Valley’s Mariah Young, left, and Winslow’s Elizabeth Dionne. Photo by Mark Haskell

132 pounds — Nathan Legere won by forfeit over Winslow; was pinned by Keith Cook, MCI, at 0:37; and was pinned by Owen Robichard, EA, at 4:28.

138 pounds — Zach Steeves won by forfeit over Winslow and Maine Central Institute. Michael Wall was pinned by Giacomo Smith, EA, 0:47.

145 pounds — Shamus Pease won by forfeit over Winslow, Maine Central Institute and Erskine Academy.

152 pounds — Grady Pease lost by major decision to Caden Trask, Win, 12-2; and won by forfeit over Maine Central Institute and Erskine Academy.

160 pounds — David Boynton won by forfeit over Winslow and Erskine Academy; and was pinned by Isaac Keresey, MCI, at 0:59.