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Kiley Hubby was 1 of 3 area girls to earn All-America honors at Cadet/Junior nationals in Fargo.
Alvin Kwak sits tied for 122nd place after the opening day of play.
Kiley Hubby helped Team Washington to a 2nd-place finish in the women’s freestyle Junior National Duals.
Craig Iversen, who coached 2 Tomahawks’ state champs, will be replaced by 2011 grad Marcus Haughian.
National duals in three age groups begin this week across the country.
Casey Tucker will replace Bobby Hinnenkamp, who resigned after 4 seasons leading the Royals.
Local coaches give a scouting report on the undefeated Eagles.
Chanel Siva switched up her plan and won the 235-pound class Saturday night at Mat Classic XXXI.
Vikings junior 285-pounder Devin Kylany hurt his knee during a quarterfinal loss.
Devin Kylany, an LSHS junior, has offers from Pac-12 schools and is competing in Mat Classic XXXI.
The 110-pound junior became the Knights girls wrestling program’s first official finalist.
But most of the obstacles encountered on the 1st day were minor ones.
The state wrestling tournament is Friday and Saturday at the Tacoma Dome.
The WIAA will convert next weekend’s state tournament into a 32-person bracket format.
The Tigers have a number of candidates primed for success as the postseason begins.
The Turks earn their seventh consecutive league title with a 48-24 win over the upstart Tigers.
Chaves Petronave’s pin sealed the Seagulls’ 49-24 win over the Spartans in a Wesco 3A North clash.
The reigning WIAA state champion and nationally-ranked junior was at Glacier Peak last season.
The Panthers fought injuries last year, but hope depth in the upper weights leads to a turnaround.
Girls wrestling continues to grow, plus some of the area’s breakout stars and impact freshmen.