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Wrestling: Drew Roberts helps University down Rogers in GSL dual

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 17, 2019

From staff reports

University 44, Rogers 24: Drew Roberts (132) beat Matt McGuire in a major decision and the Titans (6-2) topped the visiting Pirates (1-7) in a Greater Spokane League dual on Thursday.

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Pullman 37, Moscow 36: Josiah Smith (145) earned a 7-3 win late to push the Greyhounds over the Bears in their traditional rivalry in a nonleague dual.

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Deer Park 42, Lakeside 30: Brent Hodgins (160) earned a pin 32 seconds to start a four-win run at the end of the meet to help the Stags (4-1) down the visiting Eagles (2-1) in a Northeast A dual.

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Colville 54, Newport 15: Takoda Morrison (138) and Trevor Morrison (170) earned wins and John Knight (182) scored a technical fall and the visiting Indians (4-0) tamed the Grizzlies (1-5) in a Northeast A dual.

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Medical Lake 63, Riverside 18: Justin Warnick (145) and Nick Thompson (285) picked up pins and the Cardinals (3-1) beat the visiting Rams (0-5) in a Northeast A duel.

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