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Panther wins Battle in the Bridgers, Locomotives earn team crown

Tom LeProwse Invitational

NICK WOLCOTT/CHRONICLE Keaton Sterling of Belgrade wrestles Billings Skyview's Joe Malchuski Saturday evening during the Tom LeProwse Invitational at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse. Sterling won the match putting him in first place for the 145 pound weight class.

Tom LeProwse Invitational

NICK WOLCOTT/CHRONICLE Bozeman's Keavon Buckley wrestles Dylan Kramer of Laurel in championship match for the 171 pound weight class.


Keaton Sterling earned a sweet bit of vindication and the Locomotives continued to roll.

Belgrade High School's Sterling capped a stellar and surprising weekend with a gutsy 14-9 win over Billings Skyview's Joe Malchuski to earn the Gallatin Valley's lone championship at the Tom LeProwse Battle in the Bridgers Invitational wrestling tournament Saturday. Laurel continued to gain momentum as the Locomotives put five wrestlers in championship matches in piling up 197 points to take home the team title.

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Chronicle Sports Writer Colter Nuanez was with the Chronicle from 2011 to 2012

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