Winning 13 of 14 matches, the Brunswick School wrestling team downed host Choate Rosemary Hall, 74-6, in a NEPSAC match held on Wednesday.
William MacGillivray raised his individual record to 6-2 for the Bruins, winning his 106-pound match against Gregory Stone by pinfall in 2:12. Chris Perry (9-1 on the season) of Brunswick won his 132-pound match against Holden Zerega by technical fall, 16-0.
In the 138-pound match, Brunswick’s Luca Errico (10-0 on the season) pinned Chanin Toh in 42 seconds. At 152, Jack Withstandley won by pinfall in 50 seconds.
Dylan Reynolds (182) edged his Choate foe, 5-4, while teammate Clayton Ostrover (195, 8-0 on season) won by pin in 28 seconds. Tim Saunders (220) improved his record to 9-0 by pinning Choate’s Jack Fiala in 3:23.
Up next for the Bruins is the Battle of the Bay at Tabor Academy on Saturday — a 29-team tournament.
The Bruins upped their record to 4-0 win with a 95-83 win over visiting Loomis Chaffee in a NEPSAC meet held Wednesday at Mehra Natatorium.
In the 200-yard medley relay, Max Meissner, Alexander Hazlett, Marcus Hodgson and Keegan Drew finished first in a pool-record time of 1:34.80. Nico Apostolides gave Brunswick a first-place finish in the 200 freestyle (1:49.79), while Meissner touched the wall first in the 200 individual medley (2:01.02).
The 50 freestyle was the meet’s closest race, with Brunswick’s Michael O’Malley (23.07), Gavin West (23.41) and Gavin Molloy (23.49) finished 1-3, respectively. Jake Charney took second for the Bruins in the 100 butterfly (57.40), while Apostolides was the 500 freestyle winner (5:01.47).
The 200 freestyle relay team of Hazlett, Hodgson, Christian Farricker and Drew won the event in a pool-record time of 1:24.53. Meissner had a first-place finish in the 100 backstroke (55.69), while teammate Jack Sparks was second in the 100 breaststroke.
The meet ended with Hazlett, Farricker, Drew and Hodgson setting a pool record in the 400 freestyle relay (3:06.89).