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Porter wins title at Parma tourney

PARMA, Idaho — Baker came away with one individual champion and a second-place winner Saturday at the Parma Invitational wrestling tournament.

Andrew Porter claimed the championship at 145 pounds. Ted Shaw took second at 189 pounds.

“Andrew, Ted and Paul Johnson all had a good tournament,” said Baker coach Dee Gorrell.

“Overall, as a team we did fairly well for a high-quality tournament. Some of the kids got their eyes opened with the quality of wrestling they saw. One little mistake made the difference.”

Baker hosts La Grande in a Greater Oregon League dual match Thursday at 5 p.m.

 

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