PREP GIRLS WRESTLING: Lakeland’s Kidwell second at state girls wrestling invitational

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POCATELLO — Savannah Kidwell, a sophomore from Lakeland High, finished runner-up at 120 pounds in the first all-girls state wrestling invitational on Saturday at Pocatello High.

Kidwell wrestled sophomore Alex del Fierro from Timberline of Boise in the championship match, losing by an 8-4 decision.

Hannah Harvey, a senior from St. Maries, pinned Sandpoint freshman Kayelin Otterson in 1:03 in the 106-pound third-place match.

Prairie Plaster (126), a sophomore from Bonners Ferry, and Alexis Rivera (120), a sophomore from Coeur d’Alene competed, but did not place.

The tournament was the third and final all-girls tournament held in Idaho this season. Girls wrestling is not sanctioned by the Idaho High School Activities Association.

Separate girls tournaments were also held during the Rollie Lane Invitational in Nampa and North Idaho Rumble at Coeur d’Alene High.

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