THE CHARBONNEAU Field House hosted a super quad wrestling meet yesterday. Wakefield went 3-1 on the day. (File Photo)

WAKEFIELD — The Wakefield High wrestling team has been on a roll of late, winning four of five matchups, first against league foe Reading in a dual meet on Saturday morning, then in a super quad meet hosted at the Charbonneau Field House yesterday. The Warriors beat Boston College High, Gloucester and Lawrence in that meet, with their only loss coming to Salem.

The Warriors left no doubts in their victory over the Rockets with a score of 54-18. Reading went up 12-0 after a forfeit and a pin. After Bryan Fabbri earned a pin in 1:09 at 120 lbs., Reading went up 18-6 after a victory at 126.

The Warriors turned it on from there, winning their final eight matchups in a row including six pins and two forfeits.

Pins came from Oisin Cullen at 138 (:52); Nick Roberto at 145 (:35); Sean Callanan at 152 (:34); Zach Arria at 160 (:59); Ben Burdetsky at 220 (:55) and Nathan Ickes at 285 (2:50).

Wakefield carried over that same intensity into the super quad meet where they would match up against four quality teams.

Wakefield’s closest win on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day was against BC High with the Warriors topping the Eagles 43-30. The home team’s five wins in a row from 120 to 145 set the tone and held on for the win.

The Warriors went on to beat Lawrence 49-27 and Gloucester 54-27. Salem beat Wakefield 60-17.

Wakefield had eight wrestlers finish with winning records in the super quad and two go undefeated: Roberto and Cullen.

Fabbri (3-1), Callanan (2-1), Arria (3-1), Nathan Ickes (3-1), Gavin Bayers (2-1) and Andrew Valley (2-1) also had strong days for the host team.

Against BC High, the Warriors got pins from Luke Ickes at 195 (2:50), Roberto at 145 (:51), Cullen at 138 (4:47) and Valley at 126 (1:09). Fabbri won a close 9-7 decision at 120. Arria won via major decision (18-8) at 160.

Wakefield’s middleweights were dominant against Lawrence with seven straight victories in bouts from 132 to 182.

Grover (132, DEC 3-0), Cullen (138, F 2:57), Roberto (145, F :12), Callanan (152, F :13), Arria (160, F 2:54), Theo Valenti (170, F 1:42) and Luke Ickes (182, MD 14-4) won those seven in a row to take a commanding 49-12 lead.

Bayers (113, F 2:47) and Fabbri (120, F :50) got two early wins against the Lancers.

Wakefield beat Gloucester 54-27. They won six bouts and collected three forfeits.

Joe Lamonica had to work for a pin at 195, eventually getting it done in 4:42.

Valenti earned his pin at 170 in 34 seconds.

Roberto continued his impressive day with a pin 13 seconds at 152.

One of Cullen’s three wins on the day came at 138 against the Fishermen with a pin in 1 minute.

Valley (126, F 2:36) and Fabbri (120, F 1:43) both had pins early to set the tone.

Wakefield competed hard against a powerful Salem squad with most bouts going many minutes but Salem came away with the win.

Roberto (F 1:28) and Arria (F 1:39) picked up wins against Salem.

The Warriors will now get ready for a back-to-back league dual meets, traveling to Woburn on Friday night at 7 p.m. and hosting Wilmington on Saturday morning at 9 a.m.