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Wrestling Tournament Ends

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Athletes from all over the United States traveled to Billings to compete in the Montana Open Wrestling Tournament.

The event kicked off Saturday at the Rimrock Auto Arena and wrapped up Sunday afternoon. Nearly 1,600 wrestlers, ages 5 to 18, hit the mats. Organizers said it's the largest wrestling event in the northwest United States, and they say eight states are typically represented each year.

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