LEWISTON — The Messalonskee High School girls swimming team captured two relay titles and five individual titles at the New England Interscholastic Swimming Championships on Saturday at Bates College.

The Eagles 200-yard medley relay team of Lindsey Prelgovisk, Sammy Mathieu, Kristy Prelgovisk and Ally Fischang won with a time of 1 minute, 51.82 seconds, beating runner-up Cheverus (2:00.91) by nearly nine seconds.

Messalonskee’s 200 freestyle team of Lindsey Prelgovisk, Kristy Prelgovisk, Fischang and Mathieu also won with a time of 1:40.53. Greely was second in 1:42.23.

Lindsey Prelgovisk also won a pair of invidual titles, winning the 200 freestyle in 1:58.44 and the 100 backstroke in 58.77. Kristy Prelgovisk won the 100 breaststroke in 1:05.97, Amanda Joy won the 500 free in 5:33.66 and Mathieu won the 200 IM in 2:18.40.

Kristy Prelgovisk also finished second in the 50 free in 25.41. Cony’s Victoria Webber was second in the 100 free (55.12).

High school wrestling

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Danny DelGallo of Gardiner and Brent Waterman of Belfast were the only wrestlers from Maine to advance to Saturday night’s championship round at the New England high school wrestling championships.

DelGallo, the Class B state champion at 138 pounds, and Waterman, the Class B state champion at 132 pounds, each won their first three matches in the six-state competition.

DelGallo, who had a first-round bye, started off Friday night with a 9-4 decision over Devonn Pratt of Billerica, Mass. Then on Saturday morning, he scored an 8-2 decision over Ben Anderson of Trumbull, Conn., in the quarterfinals and then cruised to a 6-1 win against Christian LeBrie of Exeter-West Greenwich High in Rhode Island in the semifinal round.

Waterman, who also had a first-round bye, began with a 6-2 decision over Gil Sa of Farmingham, Mass. Saturday morning, he pinned Mike Stewart of Dracut, Mass., with one second left in the second overtime period in the quarterfinals. In the semis, Waterman rolled to a 15-5 win against Mike Murphy of North Providence, R.I.

High school track and field

New England championships: Waterville Senior High School’s Bethanie Brown finished second in the mile Friday in Boston.

Brown finished in a time of 4:56.35, finishing less than two seconds behind Molly Keating of La Salle, R.I. (4:54.57).

In the boys 2-mile, Madison’s Matt McClintock finished third, followed closely by Messalonskee’s Harlow Ladd. McClintock finished in a time of 9:20.02, while Ladd finished in 9:20.42.

Also, Waterville’s Nick Margitza was fifth in the shot put with a throw of 53-feet, 1.25 inches.

College track and field

ECAC Indoor Track and Field Championships: Colby’s Brittany Reardon finished fourth in the 60-meter hurdles Saturday in New York. Reardon finished in a time of 9.10. Meanwhile, teammates Brittney Bell (400) and Frances Onyilagha (200) both earned sixth-place finishes.

On Friday, Cony High School graduate Bethany Dumas and Winslow High School graduate Christina Massey were part of a University of Southern Maine 4×200-meter relay team which finished sixth in a school-record time of 1:45.67. Dumas also finished 11th in the pole vault, clearing 10-11 3/4.

For USM on Saturday, Cony graduate Morgan Beede finished 12th in the 3,000 with a time of 10:32.62.

For the Colby men, Dom Kone won the 60-meter dash in 6.80 seconds. Luke Doherty was seventh in the 1,000 (2:30.43) and Dylan Nisky also finished seventh in the 800 in 1:54.76.

College softball

Portland State 6, Maine 2: The Black Bears fell behind 4-0 and couldn’t recover, in Riverside, Calif.

Dagmar Ralphs went 1 for 3 with an RBI for Maine (4-9), while Hilary Kane and EmJ Fogel each had a hit for the Black Bears.


Men: Colby’s Harry Smith ended his collegiate career with a hard-fought 3-2 loss to Trinity’s Juan Flores in a second round consolation match at the College Squash Association National Individual Championships.

Smith won the first game against Flores 11-6 but fell 11-6 in the second game. Flores won the third game 11-8 and Smith battled back to earn a 11-8 win in the fourth game. Flores then hung on for an 11-9 win in the tiebreaker.

Smith, a four-time All-New England Small College Athletic Conference selection, finished his career with a 78-42 record. He was 19-16 this season.