Glacier Peak’s Kiley Hubby (top) takes down Lakewood’s Bethany Fisher on her way to winning a semifinal bout in the 140-pound weight class at the Lady Wolfpack Invite in Mill Creek on Saturday. Hubby won the tournament and Fisher tied for fifth. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

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