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Four T-Birds finish in first place as Cheyenne East wins the Charlie Lake Invite

Cheyenne East hosted the Charlie Lake Invite where they were able to win the wrestling meet, scoring 188 points. Day 1 (Friday) consisted of dual wrestling, while day 2 (Saturday) was formatted as a tournament. Four wrestlers from East earned first place in their weight classes.

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