NORTH BERWICK, Maine — Cody Craig, Julian Sirois and Kameron Doucette each won individual state titles to help the Skowhegan Indians capture the Class A state team title Saturday at Noble High School.
Craig claimed the title in the 103-pound division with a 7-0 decision over Massabesic of Waterboro’s Leo Amabile while Sirois won a 6-1 verdict over Morse of Bath’s Hunter Reed in 152 and Doucette earned an 11-4 decision over York/Traip Academy of Kittery’s Joshua Smith in 160.
Skowhegan totaled 144 points while Marshwood of South Berwick (123), host Noble (112), Nokomis of Newport (68.5) and Cony of Augusta (50) rounded out the top five of the 23 scoring teams.
It was the first state team crown for a North/East school since 1989 when Oxford Hills of South Paris claimed the title.
Samson Sirois (126), Cooper Holland (132) and Logan Stevens (182) also picked up pivotal points for the Indians with second-place finishes.
Skowhegan’s Luke Bolster (138) earned a third-place finish and Jon Bell (145) finished fourth.
Also winning state titles were Marshwood’s Kyle Glidden (113), Bradley Beaulieu (132), Aiden Whitis (138) and Justin Stacy (182), Gardiner’s Peter Delgallo (120), Noble’s Jake Martel (126) and Josh Grenier (145), Mount Ararat of Topsham/Brunswick’s Robert Heatherman (170), Nokomis’ Christopher Wilson (195) and Hunter Glidden (285) and Cony’s Max Storey (220).