Glacier Peak wrestler Kiley Hubby (left) trains with teammate Cassy Vando on Jan. 4 in Snohomish. Hubby made an impression on college coaches by winning a tournament in California in mid-December. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Glacier Peak wrestler Kiley Hubby (left) trains with teammate Cassy Vando on Jan. 4 in Snohomish. Hubby made an impression on college coaches by winning a tournament in California in mid-December. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

A high-school wrestler shows college coaches what she can do

Women’s wrestling is a fast-growing college sport, and Kiley Hubby of Glacier Peak is a standout.

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