Nathan Tovar of host Pasco High School has a grip on Chiawana’s Kevin Llamas in the 106-pound championship match Thursday during the Best of the West wrestling tournament. Tovar won 11-4, but Llamas helped the Riverhawks take third in the team standings.
Nathan Tovar of host Pasco High School has a grip on Chiawana’s Kevin Llamas in the 106-pound championship match Thursday during the Best of the West wrestling tournament. Tovar won 11-4, but Llamas helped the Riverhawks take third in the team standings. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Nathan Tovar of host Pasco High School has a grip on Chiawana’s Kevin Llamas in the 106-pound championship match Thursday during the Best of the West wrestling tournament. Tovar won 11-4, but Llamas helped the Riverhawks take third in the team standings. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Mid-Columbia roundup Dec. 22-23, 2016: Chiawana finishes third at Best of the West wrestling tournament

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