Wrestling Preview: Tigers primed for state run

Omak's Navarro Nanpuya (right) and Okanogan's Dalton Swayze compete against each other last year. Nanpuya is ranked No. 2 in state 1A at 170 pounds (he was fourth in state in 2017). Swayze is ranked No. 2 at 190 after taking fourth in state last year.

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Omak's Navarro Nanpuya (right) and Okanogan's Dalton Swayze compete against each other last year. Nanpuya is ranked No. 2 in state 1A at 170 pounds (he was fourth in state in 2017). Swayze is ranked No. 2 at 190 after taking fourth in state last year.



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Chris Rivera of Tonasket, shown at the 2017 Omak Pioneers Invitational Tournament, is back seeking his third-straight state championship.

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Garrett Wilson of Tonasket enters this season No. 1 ranked at 145 pounds and seeking his third state championship.

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Allie Eastridge of Okanogan (right) takes on a Tonasket wrestler last year. Eastridge is ranked 10 among all girls in the state at 170 pounds. Both Okanogan and Tonasket are fielding enough girls for team scores this year.

TONASKET – The powerful Tonasket High School wrestling team, which returns six wrestlers who have won at least one state title, is favored to win a second-straight state 1B/2B championship.

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