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The Prairie View wrestling team traveled to Pleasant Hill on Dec. 2 and 3 to compete in the Steve Leslie Invitational.

The boys’ team had three wrestlers place in the top four while the girls’ team had two wrestlers place in the top four.

Kimmy Eastwood wrestled 135 for the Lady Buffs and placed second at the tournament. Whitley Cox-Halliburton wrestled heavyweight for the Lady Buffs and she won the tournament.

The boys team placed 12th overall in the tournament with a score of 200. Smithville won the tournament with a score of 400.

Jay Muse, 126, placed eighth and scored 22 team points. Muse had two byes but lost all four of his matches.

Coltaun Bartlett, 132, placed 10th and scored 17 team points. Bartlett went 1-3 with two byes.

Levi Benedick, 138, placed 10th with 17 team points. Benedick went 1-4 with a bye.

To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online version here


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