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Morning prep roundup: CV gymnastics stays undefeated; Mead wrestling keeps rolling

 (Patrick Hagerty)
(Patrick Hagerty)

It was a strong night for Central Valley as Carly Hattenburg led the Bears to another GSL win on Wednesday night.

As wrestling picks up steam, check out the wrestling preview.

As city and District 81 leaders look to possibly build a new football stadium, prep reporter Dave Nichols gives his two cents on the issue. (Hint: it involves getting rid of Joe Albi, or at least moving high school sports out of it)

Good news Spokane prep sports fans: starting next year, football and boys and girls basketball games will be found on the radio. The Greater Spokane League announced a new partnership with Queen B Radio and 700-AM ESPN/105.3-FM on Tuesday.

Also, checkout Wednesday’s wrestling results out from the GSL, Great Northern League, Northeast 1A and the Inland Empire League in Idaho.

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