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Wrestlers come to MUHS for revamped tournament

EAGLE DEVAN HEMINGWAY nearly pins his Essex 126-pound opponent with this move at MUHS on Dec. 29, but ended up losing a high-scoring decision. Hemingway went 2-2 on the day. Independent photo/Steve James

A Hubie Wagner Invitational annual wrestling tournament revamped to account for COVID-19 saw 10 teams compete in a series of dual meets in two shifts.

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