Mercer Island wrestlers place at state folkstyle wrestling championships

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Mercer Island residents (from left) Briak Chapman, Alex Chapman and Arabella Chapman all placed at the state folkstyle wrestling championships on Feb. 23 at the Tacoma Dome. Courtesy photo

Mercer Island residents (from left) Briak Chapman, Alex Chapman and Arabella Chapman all placed at the state folkstyle wrestling championships on Feb. 23 at the Tacoma Dome. Courtesy photo

Four Mercer Island elementary and middle school students placed at the state folkstyle wrestling championships on Feb. 23 at the Tacoma Dome.

Briak Chapman (first in the 45-pound, under-8 division), Alex Chapman (third in the 78-pound, under-12 division), Arabella Chapman (fourth in the 63-pound, under-10 division) and Lincoln Woods (eighth in the 102-pound, under-14 division) all placed at the competition.


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Lincoln Woods (Mercer Island) placed in eighth in the 102-pound, under-14 division at the state folkstyle wrestling championships on Feb. 23 at the Tacoma Dome. Courtesy photo

Lincoln Woods (Mercer Island) placed in eighth in the 102-pound, under-14 division at the state folkstyle wrestling championships on Feb. 23 at the Tacoma Dome. Courtesy photo

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