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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Four-time wrestling champion coming to camp

An Omak sixth-grade girls’ AAU team took first place at the 30th annual Steve Talbot Memorial girls’ tournament March 9-11 in Wenatchee. The team included (from left) Isabel Englert, Jadya Taylor, Halle Richter, Talliyah Timentwa, Halle Albert, Savannah Romine, Jurney Cate, Faith Jensen, Tatiana Clark and Kiona Michel. Coaches are Kyle Richter and Katie Cate.

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An Omak sixth-grade girls’ AAU team took first place at the 30th annual Steve Talbot Memorial girls’ tournament March 9-11 in Wenatchee. The team included (from left) Isabel Englert, Jadya Taylor, Halle Richter, Talliyah Timentwa, Halle Albert, Savannah Romine, Jurney Cate, Faith Jensen, Tatiana Clark and Kiona Michel. Coaches are Kyle Richter and Katie Cate.



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Julie Guerin

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Sadie Bjornsen

— An Okanogan Kid Wrestling Tournament is set for March 24 at Okanogan High School’s Dawson Gym.

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