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College wrestling takes over Convention Center for Spokane Open

A potpourri of collegiate wrestling programs will compete in the Lilac City on Sunday.
A potpourri of collegiate wrestling programs will compete in the Lilac City on Sunday.

A potpourri of collegiate wrestling programs will compete in the Lilac City on Sunday.

The annual Spokane Open is an all-day event at the Spokane Convention Center, featuring some of the best NAIA, junior college and Canadian college programs.

Among the dozens of teams competing are No. 3 Clackamas (NJCAA), 11th-ranked North Idaho (NJCAA), 16th-ranked Providence of Great Falls (NAIA) and No. 17 Montana State-Northern (NAIA).

NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III and club teams are also in the field.

Division I wrestlers are also competing unattached, including competitors from Oregon State.

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