Ray Weiner and Matt Weiner placed first and Garrett Ziperstein took fourth for coach Bill Maloney’s Gaels at the Jonathan Law Invitational on Saturday.

Ray Weiner dominated his 220-pound weight class, needing only 2:53 to defeat three opponents. A senior, he pinned in 28 seconds and 1:15 and then pinned Sam Klotz from Ridgefield in 1:18 to win the title.

In the heavyweight division, Matt Weiner earned an 6-3 decision over Norwich Free Academy’s Jaylin Houston in his final. A freshmen, he pinned in 1:02 and scored an 8-1 decision to get to the title bout.

At 113 pounds, Ziperstein defeated Law’s Tegan McCourt 4-1 then lost to eventual champion Victor Garcia from East Haven. In the consolation semis, the junior won 7-2 before Harding’s Xavier Reid took the third-place bout.

Junior Christopher Cavagnulo split his four matches at 132 pounds. He opened with a win by fall in 53 seconds, then lost to eventual champion Alec DiVito from East Haven. In wrestlebacks, Cavagnulo pinned in 58 seconds, before losing a decision to fourth-place finisher Hunter Sandin from Northwestern.

At 138 pounds, Christian Olivarria posted a 9-7 victory over NFA’s Jadiel Quinones.

Colin Mengold opened at 145 pounds with a 4-1 win. Eventual champion Curtis Fedorko from Masuk sent the senior to wrestlebacks, where he won a 12-2 major decision then lost to fourth-place finisher Aisaiah Rodriguez from Law in the consi semis.

Shelton will compete in the SCC Championships this weekend at Jonathan Law.