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Brumsickle, Dunn place first at ‘Iron’ | Wrestling

Heavyweight Willy Dunn scores a take-down in an exhibition match against Tacoma Baptist’s William Edge, Friday.  - Journal photo / Scott Rasmussen
Heavyweight Willy Dunn scores a take-down in an exhibition match against Tacoma Baptist’s William Edge, Friday.
— image credit: Journal photo / Scott Rasmussen

Senior Willy Dunn and junior Tate Brumsickle bested the competition to finish first in their respective weight categories at the Iron Sharpens Iron match Saturday at Bellevue Christian.

An annual regional wrestling extravaganza, Iron Sharpens Iron this year featured wrestlers from 10 schools competing against others in their weight division.

Dunn defeated two opponents to clinch first place in the heavyweight division. Brumsickle (152) bested four consecutive opponents to earn a first-place finish.

Freshman Eli Baker won a qualifying match and then vanquished five consecutive foes to finishe second in the 152-pound division.

Marquis Napier (138) finished third in his weight division.

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