It was a mixed night for incumbents in Wareham on Tuesday following town elections.

The Standard Times says the race for the two seats on the Board of Selectman saw incumbent Selectman Patrick Tropeano retain his seat for a third term with 812 votes.

The vacant seat went to Anthony Scarsciotti, who served ten years as a Town Meeting teller and eight years on the Planning Board, with 703 votes.

Their challengers Ferranti and Frates polled 615 and 524 votes, respectively.

Incumbent Town Clerk Mary Ann Silva was the victor in her race against Loren Franklin, with 1,148 votes compared to Franklin's 346.

However, other incumbents didn't fare as well.

The race for School Committee saw Mary Morgan defeat incumbent Rhonda Veugen with 779 votes to Veugen's 634.

Incumbent Marilyn Jordan lost her seat on the Sewer Commission to challenger Peter Dunlop with Dunlop receiving 725 votes and Jordan receiving 666.