Three new marks were set by Natick at the MSTCA Division 2 relay race as the Redhawks placed fourth with 36 points.

Three new records were set by Natick girls indoor track at the MSTCA Division 2 relay race as the Redhawks placed fourth with 36 points on Saturday.

Woburn won the event with a total of 49 points.

Natick’s 4x50-yard shuttle dash relay team broke a school record and also a meet record as Abby Gerdes, Kylie Langan, Eme Su, and Rachelle Parker finished with a time of 24.90.

The Redhawks broke the old record of 24.99 set in 2011 by Tewksbury with their first-place performance.

The 4x800 relay of Emma Forde, Grace Connolly, Kate Connolly, and Paige Edwards also broke the meet record while setting a new school mark with a time of 9:27.3. The previous record was set by Winchester (9:27.08) in 1982.

Natick’s shot put relay team came in second place and also set a new school record.

Gabbie Pagnini, Catie Hodges, and Cassidy Gallagher combined for tosses that were 95 feet, 3 inches long.



MARLBOROUGH UNBEATEN IN QUAD MEET: Senior Noah Wilcox went 3-0 with two pins at 132 pounds to help Marlborough (10-3-1) defeat St. John’s (Shrewsbury), 66-12, and Sharon 34-33, while tying Masconomet 42-42 in a quad meet.

Senior Wilson Ordonez (138) and senior Evan Doherty (160) each went 3-0 for the Panthers.

Freshman Nico Calderon was 2-1 on the day.

Marlborough next wrestles at Tyngsboro on Wednesday.

FRANKLIN SWEEPS QUAD: Jake Carlucci went 3-0 at 106 pounds as Franklin swept Algonquin, Framingham and West Springfield in a quad meet held at Algonquin.

Franklin defeated Algonquin 58-21, West Springfield 36-28 and Framingham 48-6. Framingham defeated Algonquin 54-22 and beat West Springfield 41-27.

Franklin’s Kenny Sauer (113), Ian Bakalars (120), TJ Remillard (132) and Brian Farrell (138) all went 3-0 on the day.

"Five of our first six weight classes went undefeated today," Franklin coach Carmine Colace said. "It’s a nice boost when you start the match ahead like that."

Framingham freshman Akye Boston (113) went 2-1, junior Jose Bullox (120) went 2-1 and junior Huguens Pierre went 2-1 at 138 pounds. Reese LaChance (170) had an important pin against West Springfield to help secure the win.

"I think we wrestled well today. We had some new guys in the lineup," Framingham coach Jon Kanavich said. "Akye stepped in there and got us some points. We shuffled the lineup around. It was a new look for our lineup with some different guys stepping up for us."

Framingham hosts Weymouth on Wednesday at 6 p.m.

HOLLISTON SUCCESSFUL AT QUAD MEET: Sophomore Jay Fisher (126) went 3-0 on the day as Holliston (5-8) fell to Catholic Memorial 63-15, but defeated Milford 38-36 and Beverly 42-39 in a quad meet held at Holliston.

Sophomore Brian Garry went 3-0 at 120 pounds. Junior Seamus Frawley (138) went 3-0 and sophomore Dave Harding (170) went 2-1.

"I thought we wrestled tough," Holliston coach Mike Capobianco said. "All of those teams are Division 2 and we are in Division 3. I thought it was a good showing. A lot of the younger kids wrestled well."

WAYLAND SWEEPS QUAD MEET: Senior Robert Kashian (145) went 3-0 on the day. He won the first two periods by pin and the third by decision.

Wayland (11-4) defeated AMSA 49-6, Monument Mountain 57-16 and Milton 57-18.

Senior Zach Goldstein (195) went 2-0 on the day. Goldstein won his first match by a first-period pin and his second one by decision. Fellow classmate and captain Duncan Stephenson (152) also went 2-0 on the day, both by decision.

Wayland wrestles next against Cambridge Rindge & Latin on Wednesday at 6 p.m.

NATICK WINS NASHUA INVITATIONAL: Natick bested 16 other teams and came out on top of the Nashua Invitational by a score of 145.5 despite only entering 11 of 14 weight classes due to sickness.

Junior Anthony Graves (113) finished third in his weight class and went 3-1 in the invitational.

Senior Jacob Opela (132) won the tournament for his weight class and went 4-0 on the day.

Opela’s classmate Joe Castellino (145) finished second in his weight class and fellow senior Tim Ramstrom (170) finished second in his weight class.

"We had a couple guys who were sick, but the rest of the team did a nice job picking it up for them," Natick coach Bob Anniballi said. "It’s not easy to win the tournament with 11 weight classes. It put a lot of pressure on other guys. I’m happy with how they played in the tournament."

The Redhawks next meet is on the road at Brookline on Wednesday at 7 p.m.



HUDSON 122.5, WESTBOROUGH 118.95: Ava Sandford placed first on vault, bars and floor, while Lina Foffle placed first on beam as Hudson (2-0) narrowly defeating Westborough (0-5).

"I think that it’s hard because were both competing at the same time on different events," Westborough coach Danielle Montiverdi said. "We did better than them on balance beam, but we competed 20 minutes before them, its not like we got started before."

For Westborough, junior Caitlyn Johnson competed in all four events and placed second on vault and floor. Sophomore Cecilia Goetz also competed in all four events and placed third on vault and second on bars.

"My girls compete again on Monday, but I feel like this Monday is the end of a long stretch of games [Tuesday, Saturday and Monday]," Montiverdi said. "We’re kind of exhausted trying to get through to Monday and we don’t have a practice before so we didn’t really get a chance to work on some of the things we saw in games."

Westborough’s next matchup is with Groton-Dunstable on the road on Monday.