“Constantine lost to the tournament’s outstanding wrestler and NEC wrestler of the year Chris Behen of Danvers,” Archambault said. “Constantine wrestled tough. He has been working very hard and is always looking to improve. Beating Nixon may be the best win of his career.”
Derek Chamberlain finished in third place, after losing a heart breaker in the semi-finals 12-11.
“There was not much to say after that loss,” Archambault said. “No one is harder on Derek than he is. He fell short of his goal and battled back to beat two good wrestlers to capture third place.”
Carey, Galanis and Chamberlain all achievedd CAL All-League status with their performances.
At the same tournament, Triton finished in third place, just a half of a point behind Masconomet.
Luke Boyle and Mark Boyle made program history and were each the CAL Champions for the third time. Luke and Mark Boyle were also named to the CAL’s All-League team, along with Cody Nixon, who picked up his 100th win on his third match.
Mark Boyle was also named the CAL Wrestler of the Year for 2014.
Finishing as a CAL All-Star were Brody Johnson (fourth place), Josh Misiano (third place), Jake Durkin (second place), John Boyle (third place), Tom Howell (second place) and Charlie Frauenfelder (fourth place).
Head coach Shawn McElligott was named Coach of the Year, along with Lynnfield/North Reading’s Craig Stone.
“This was a great weekend for the kids,” McElligott said. “We just missed second and were in the mix all day. Considering we brought 11 wrestlers out of 14 weight classes, and nine placed, I am very proud of the kids.”
Triton will next take on Marblehead/Swampscott at home at 5 p.m.