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EMass wrestling: Off to a 21-0 start, Whitman-Hanson’s Charlie Lussier headlines Athletes of the Week

Whitman-Hanson's Charlie Lussier got held down by Bridgewater Raynham's Brent von Magnus, but not for long. Lussier got off the mat to win his match at 106 pounds, extending his 21-0 start 18 via fall.DebeeTlumacki

Marco Albanese, Melrose — The 120-pound sophomore went 4-0 at the Ray Southland Team Dual Tournament, including a dramatic pin in the last bout of the semifinal, giving the Red Hawks a come-from-behind win for coach Larry Tremblay’s 800th victory.

Brayton Carbone, Shawsheen — The sophomore from Billerica earned five pins to win the 120-pound championship at the Chelmsford Invitational.

Brayton Carbone was a winner for Shawsheen at the Chelmsford Invitational.Barry Chin/Globe Staff

Miles Darling, Essex Tech/Masconomet — The junior from Boxford put together two pins and a major decision to take the win at 120-pound championship at the Brendan Grant Tournament in Belmont.

Miles Darling (top) of Essex Tech/Masco won three times to champion the Brendan Grant tournament in Belmont.Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe

Charlie Lussier, Whitman-Hanson — The sophomore earned three pins and a technical fall on his way to a home tournament victory at 106 pounds in the Bob Gay Invitational. He is 21-0 this season, 18 via fall.


Mason Pellegri, Milton — The junior was the lone champion for the ‘Cats on Mats’ at the Bob Gay Invitational, taking the 182-pound title with a trio of pins in just over three minutes combined.

Jack Walsh, Chelmsford — The senior took victory at 160 in his home invitational with four pins and a major decision, finishing in style with a 33-second pin in the final.

Ashton Wonson, Triton — The senior captain continues to shine for the Vikings, taking a victory at 220 in the Brendan Grant Tournament with four pins.

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