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PHOTOS: State wrestling day three

Soroco wrestler Makaela Simpson used a pin to finish fifth at the Colorado High School Activities Associaton State Wrestling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 19, at Ball Arena.
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Soroco wrestler Makaela Simpson earned a spot on the podium with a consolation-round win at the Colorado High School Activities Associaton State Wrestling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 19, at Ball Arena.
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Hayden junior Cody Hawngets advice from coach Matt Linsacum inbetween periods of his consolation semifinal match at the Colorado High School Activities Associaton State Wrestling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 19, at Ball Arena.
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Makaela Simpson of Moffat County wrestles for Soroco and advanced to a consolation semifinal match at the Colorado High School Activities Associaton State Wrestling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 19, at Ball Arena.
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Hayden junior Cody Hawn gains control of his opponent in the 170-pound consolation semifinal at the Colorado High School Activities Associaton State Wrestling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 19, at Ball Arena.
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Steamboat Springs senior Adalia George was one win away from standing on the podium at the Colorado High School Activities Associaton State Wrestling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 19, at Ball Arena.
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Hayden junior Cody Hawn won his consolation semifinal and advanced to the 170-pound third-place match at the Colorado High School Activities Associaton State Wrestling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 19, at Ball Arena.
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Steamboat Springs senior Adalia George wrestles in a consolation match at the Colorado High School Activities Associaton State Wrestling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 19, at Ball Arena.
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