Medomak Valley wrestler Marshall Addy won the state Class B 220-pound championship on Saturday, Feb. 18 at Mattanawcook Academy in Lincoln.
Three local wrestlers were state runners-up, including Lincoln Academy’s Adam St. Cyr (120), Shamus Pease (145), and Timber Parlin (182). All three boys are from Jefferson. Lincoln Academy’s Jayden Lafrenaye (152) placed third and Medomak’s Grady Pease placed fourth.
Adam St. Cyr (LA-120) pinned Nathan Durgin (Foxcroft) by 18-0 tech fall, and defeated Hagan Chase (Belfast) by 11-0 major decision to advance the championship bout. St. Cyr was pinned by Calvin Chase (Wells) to place second.
Giacomo Smith (EA-138) lost a 7-5 decision to Owen Harber (Mattanawcook-Lee) and was eliminated by Ryker Evans (Be) by 6-2 decision.
Shamus Pease (MV-145) defeated Logan Rowell (Ellsworth) by 16-1 tech fall and defeated Dom Zeller (Piscataquis) by 7-2 decision to advance to the championship bout. Pease lost a 9-2 decision to Brody Maxon (We) to place second.
Jayden Lafrenaye (LA-152) pinned Ian Friend (M/L), was pinned by Alex Zeller (Piscataquis), and pinned Alex Albright (We) to advance to the consolation finals. Lafrenaye pinned Tanner Bradeen (Dirigo) to place third.
Grady Pease (MV-160) pinned Gabe Kelley (Be), lost a 1-0 decision to Caden Trask (Winslow), and defeated Skylan Gibbs (Foxcroft) to advance to the consolation finals. Pease defeated Kelley 2-0 to place third.
Timber Parlin (EA-182) pinned Anthony Mathous (Mt. View) and pinned Quade Black (Monmouth-Richmond) to advance to the finals. Parlin lost an 11-10 decision to Isaac Hanier (M-L) to place second. Parlin picked up his 100th career win at the KVAC championships earlier this month.
Marshall Addy (MV-220) pinned Eric Richmond (LA) and pinned Isaiah Bradden (Di) to advance to the championship bout. Addy defeated Joe Bowen (Bucksport) by 4-2 decision to win the state 220-pound title. Richmond, an alternate, was eliminated by fall by Casey McDonald (E).
Wells scored 181 points to win the state Class B team title, beating out Belfast with 63.5. Erskine Academy placed sixth with 57.5, Medomak eighth with 46.5, and Lincoln Academy 12th with 32.5.