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INDEPENDENCE — Liliana Alvarez is shy as she sits at the table with her mom at Burgerville, drinking a strawberry milkshake.

 What a weekend. While some athletes came back disappointed they didn’t do better, let’s take a moment and recognize how far they went.

CORVALLIS — The Dallas and Central high school wrestling teams fought hard over the weekend for a place at state at the OSAA 5A Mid-Willamette…

Brock Pierce had one goal this wrestling season: don’t get pinned.

When Cooper Hise walks onto the wrestling mat, the rest of the Dallas High School wrestling team yells out “Coooop” in long, low tones as a show of support for their teammate.

Over the weekend, sophomore Kimberly Holgate, of Dallas High School, and junior Leslie Torres, of Central High School, competed in the Girls 5A Mid-Willamette Conference Wrestling Districts Tournament, with both girls placing but not advancing to the OSAA 5A State Wrestling Tournament.

“This sport isn’t always fun,” 15-year-old Royce Lavier said as we hoisted weights above our heads and started on our third lap of lunges around the weight room.