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Kids From Several Different States Compete in Local Wrestling Tournament

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Rimrock Auto Arena is hosting Montana Open Wrestling.

The event attracts kids aged 5-18 from all the Northwest United States and even as far away as New York this year.

Jessica Burke's son is competing this year. He's been wrestling for two years. Jessica make sure she's on the sidelines always cheering him.

Officials for the event say this was the most successful Montana Open yet. 1,596 wrestlers are competing, making it the largest Open to date.

Casey Dobson is wrestling in this event. He says it's all about having fun and competing with other kids from your area and across the US.

Tickets for the event are $10 for adults and $6 for children. Doors open at 7AM, Sunday, March 30th.  Wrestling will be taking place all day.

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