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Published: Tuesday, February 19, 2013, 1:29 p.m.

Kamiak, Lake Stevens, Murphy take state titles

  • Lake Stevens' Brandon Johnson celebrates his state wrestling title at 285 pounds. The Vikings won the 4A championship. At right, Eben Schumann celebra...

    Photos by Jennfer Buchana and Genna Martin / The Herald

    Lake Stevens' Brandon Johnson celebrates his state wrestling title at 285 pounds. The Vikings won the 4A championship. At right, Eben Schumann celebrates his team's first-place tie with Stadium in the 400-yard free relay, which clinched the 4A state title for Kamiak.

It was a championship weekend for Kamiak, Lake Stevens and Archbishop Murphy High Schools, as well as for individual athletes from other schools. Here's a roundup of the action:
State swimming championships:
State wrestling championships:

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