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MEHS Wrestling looking to ‘three-peat’ regional title

Mt. Edgecumbe wrestlers (l to r) Brittany Woods-Orrison, Deirdre Creed, Coach Mike Kimber, Miranda Johnson, and Jason Young.(KCAW photo/Robert Woolsey)

Mt. Edgecumbe wrestlers (l to r) Brittany Woods-Orrison, Deirdre Creed, Coach Mike Kimber, Miranda Johnson, and Jason Young. (KCAW photo/Robert Woolsey)


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Mt. Edgecumbe wrestlers Brittany Woods-Orrison (Jr-Rampart), Jason Young (Sr-Soldotna), Deirdre Creed (Sr-Kotzebue), and Miranda Johnson (Jr-Pilot Station) discuss their prospects for this weekend’s Region V Wrestling Tournament (Fri Dec 6 – Sat Dec 7, BJ McGillis Gym). With head coach Mike Kimber. See the full schedule here. Mt. Edgecumbe will compete for its third-straight regional crown.

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