Bulldogs sisters top Duncan’s Cougar Invite

Thirteen-year-old Kiana Shew of the Victoria Bulldogs Wrestling club topped the 33-kilogram girls category of the Cougar Invite

Thirteen-year-old Kiana Shew of the Victoria Bulldogs Wrestling club topped the 33-kilogram girls category of the Cougar Invite wrestling tournament in Duncan on Saturday.

Kiana’s younger sister Zena, 10, found herself without any girls in the 25 kg class and for the second tournament this fall she wrestled boys, this time in the 28 kg weight class, and won all her matches.

Bulldogs Sekou Tatem and Logan Wright were second in the Jr. boys 35 and 38 kg classes, respectively. Esquimalt Dockers’ Grant Hunter was first in the Jr. boys heavyweight and Erin Geddie was second in the Jr. girls heavyweight.

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