On a positive note, Londonderry — which had already won three tournaments this year and gave Timberlane all it could handle in a season-opening dual meet — had three champions and all were dominant in the championship round.
Ryan Cabezas prevailed with a pin at 113, Jean-Luc Lemieux remained undefeated and untested at 132 with a first-period pin, and Richard Bilodeau beat up Bedford’s Matt Houston, winning with a 14-0 major decision.
“Jean-Luc has just been amazing,” Marron said. “He just goes about his business and never seems to make a mistake.”
Also finishing second for the Lancers were Kyle Byrd at 170, Sebastian Roszczenko, who lost a tough 5-4 decision to Memorial’s Nate Hall in the 182-pound finals, and Caleb Moscosco, who fell in the 113-pound finals to teammate Cabezas.
Senior Jon Young, meanwhile, had his first sub-par meet of the season and finished fourth at 152. Still, he owns a 23-3 record on the season.