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Published: Sunday, February 17, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Prep wrestling: 2A State Tournament

Herald staff

TACOMA -- Archbishop Murphy's Foster Wade advanced to the 195-pound championship match but lost a heartbreaker to Ephrata's Tyrus Kemp 4-3. Wade beat Cheney's Cameron Schlotter 6-3 in the semifinals.
At Tacoma Dome
Team results: 1. Othello 133.5, 21. Cedarcrest 33.5, 32. Archbishop Murphy 18, 33. Lakewood 17, 40. Sultan 7.
Individual results (locals only)
Championship matches: 195--Tyrus Kemp (Ephrata) def. Foster Wade (Archbishop Murphy) 4-3.
Semifinals: 195--Foster Wade (Archbishop Murphy) dec. Cameron Schlotter (Cheney) 6-3.
Consolation rounds: 106--Bailey McBride (Cedarcrest) pinned Dean Utterback (Orting) :18, Isaiah Barrera (Othello) pinned McBride 2;40, Tyler Gale (Port Angeles) dec. McBride 11-3.

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