Marshwood High senior Bradley Beaulieu placed second in the National High School Coaches Association National wrestling championships, held in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Beaulieu won his first five matches before losing to Franco Valdes of Southwest Miami (Florida), 3-2, in Sunday’s final in the Senior 132-pound division.

Beaulieu is now a four-time All-American (top eight) at the NHSCA Nationals, a three-day tournament that separates wrestlers by their grade in school.

Also reaching a final was Jeffrey Worster of Oxford Hills. Worster, who was third at the Class A championships, lost in the Freshman 220-pound final, 10-3, against Cody Williams of Pennsylvania. No other Maine wrestler placed in the top eight, though Winslow’s Ryan Fredette came close, going 5-2 in the Junior 182-pound class.

Beaulieu is a four-time state champion and this year’s New England champion at138 pounds. He finishes his high school career with a record of 248-15.