Top to bottom, it was a strong season on the mats for area high school wrestlers, as a few pinned down individual success on a multitude of levels.

From the Midcoast, Camden Hills of Rockport, Belfast, Oceanside of Rockland, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro and Mount View of Thorndike — whether squads were stock full with talent or lacked large numbers or overall experience — experienced stellar campaigns.

The Windjammers finished the dual-meet season with a 25-3 record. Camden Hills also finished fourth in the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference championships, third in Class A North championships and ninth in the state Class A championships.

The individual win/loss totals for Camden Hills wrestlers were: Savannah Eastler, 22-9, with 10 pins; Julian Henderson, 42-3, with 25 pins; Michael Rollins, 33-11, with 11 pins; Landon Pease, 25-9, with 10 pins; Nadir Fekkak, 3-3, with pin; Vincent Mainella, 20-11, with 10 pins; Zach Gilbert, 18-7, with 12 pins; Connor Pease, 24-7, with 12 pins; Hayleigh Martz, 21-11, with seven pins; Henry Pharris, 42-4, with 30 pins; Aaron Heald, 7-4; and Eathan Dyer, 1-0.

The Windjammers were led by Henderson, who won conference, regional and state titles in the 120-pound class and Pharris, who won regional and state crowns at 182 and surpassed 100 career victories. The duo also went on to compete in the New Englands.

Martz and Eastler also won state girls titles.

The Mustangs finished the dual-meet season 2-21. Mount View finished tied for 16th at the KVACs, ninth at Class B North championships and tied for 20th at e state Class B championships.

The individual win/loss totals for Mount View grapplers were: Josiah Miller, 17-11, with three pins; Aiden Barrett, 3-13; Anthony Mathous, 9-11, with five pins; Garrett Dunton, 16-14, with 11 pins; and Riley Bryant, 25-14, with 13 pins.

The ‘Stangs were led by Mathous, who had a third-place finish at regionals and fourth place at KVACs, while Dunton had fourth places at conference and regional competitions and Miller and Bryant fourths at the regional.

The Mariners finished the dual-meet season 11-15-1.

The individual win/loss totals for Oceanside wrestlers were: Maddie Ripley, 42-4, with 20 pins; Phoenix Martinez, 24-15, with pin; Gavin Ripley, 40-6, with 12 pins; Silas Spear, 4-17; Jacob Barstow, 9-20; Joseph Brown, 18-23; Kael Sidelinger, 13-15; Nat Small, 20-8, with eight pins; Ben Richardson, 8-8; and Takuma Steinberger, 8-12.

The Mariners were led this season by Gavin Ripley, who pinned down regional and state Class B titles in the 126-pound class, and competed in the New Englands, while sister Maddie Ripley won a state girls title and regional and conference titles in coed tournaments. She was the first female to capture an individual crown at the KVACs.

The Lions finished the dual-meet season 18-6.

The individual win/loss totals for Belfast wrestlers were: Isaiah Alvarez, 17-10; Brody Weaver, 2-2; David Anderson, 21-25; Ryker Evans, 26-17; Pete Lovejoy, 13-3; Egan Buchanan, 3-4; Jackson Lappiere, 15-14; Hagen Chase, 35-8; Gabe Kelley, 36-7; Kaden Bonin, 43-7; Hunter LeBlanc, 10-11; Anna Pontillo, 9-18; Alexia Hopkins, 9-9; Zepherin Leppanen, 10-6; Francesco Martin, 25-14; and Connor Fournier, 42-9.

Chase and Bonin were among the leaders as the duo pinned down regional championships, while Bonin also finished second at states and KVACs and Chase third at KVACs. Kelley also finished third at states and second at regionals and KVACs.

The Panthers finished the dual-meet season 4-19-1. Medomak Valley finished tied for 16th at the KVACs, ninth in Class B South and tied for 20th at the state Class B championships.

The individual win/loss totals for Medomak Valley wrestlers were: Jame Rose, 19-13; Elizabeth Bowman, 10-16; Xavier Woodbury, 15-19; Gabe White, 1-1; Nathan Gess, 18-12; and Marshall Addy, 24-7.

The Panthers were led by Addy, who placed second at the state Class B championships; Woodbury and Rose, third and fourth at regional; and Gess, fourth at KVACs.

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