Brandon Liscinsky won five straight bouts, including the 100th of his career, to help the Trumbull High wrestling team capture the 2nd annual McDougall Duals title in Trumbull on Saturday.

Liscinsky, a senior, pinned four opponents and earned a decision in his 126-pound class.

Dylan Haviland, Cross Cannone, Stephen Briganti and Brandon Fulco were all 5-0, as coach Niko Filippakis’ Eagles improved to 8-2 on the season.

Connor Sollenberger (4-0), Jon Marino, Steve Green and Patrick Loughran all had four wins on the day.

This is the second year Trumbull has won the McDougall Duals, named after THS Hall of Fame coach Jerry McDougall.

Trumbull went 4-0 in Pool A and met Cheshire High, 4-0 in Pool B, for the title.

The Eagles posted a 54-19 victory, with Cross Cannone (forfeit at 113), Haviland (2:32 pin at 120), Liscinsky (1:14 pin at 126), Briganti (1:43 pin at 145), Marino (2:45 pin at 152), Erik Mercado (forfeit), Sollenberger (forfeit at 220) and Steven D’amato (forfeit at heavyweight) leading the way.

Trumbull opened with a 76-3 win over Darien.

Cannone (pin in 1:29), Haviland (pin in 30 seconds),, Liscinsky (pin in 30 seconds), Adam Angelucci (13-0 major decision at 138), Marino (pin at 3:25), Fulco (pin in 29 seconds) and Green (pin in 15 seconds) winning points on the mat.

Brendon Keiser (106), Briganti, Loughran, Mercado and D’amato were awarded forfeits.

Westhill of Stamford was next to fall, 60-30.

Cannone (3:48), Angelucci (5:31), Fulco (1:21), Green (1:55), Loughran (1:03), Mercado (2:45) and Sollenberger (3:30) earned pins.

Haviland (forfeit), Liscinsky (5-2 decision) and Briganti (7-2 decision) garnered the other points.

Trumbull defeated Norwalk, 66-15.

Cannone scored the fastest fall on the day for the Eagles in 11 seconds.

Haviland (51 seconds), Liscinsky (19 seconds), Kevin Cecio (pin in 1:28 at 132 pounds) Briganti (1:31) and Louhran (16 seconds) all won by first-period pin.

Marino (2:37), Fulco (forfeit), Green (forfeit), Mercado (2:52) and Sollenberger (forfeit) also triumphed.

Trumbull blanked Northwestern, 84-0, as Keiser (50 seconds), Liscinsky (40 seconds), Cecio (18 seconds) and Fulco (1:23) continued the pin parade.