Little Guys warm up at Superior mixer

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  • Clark Fork Mountain Cat Olan Doyle takes down Plains/Hot Springs Spur Ryan during a Little Guy Wrestling match in Superior on Feb. 21. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent)

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    In an 85-pound match, Clark Fork Mountain Cat Isaac Miller is matched up against Plains/Hot Spring’ John Thurston last Thursday. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent)

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    Lucas Kovalsky with the Clark Fork Mountain Cats pins Plains/Hot Springs Gunner Gannarelli last Thursday in Superior. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent)

  • Clark Fork Mountain Cat Olan Doyle takes down Plains/Hot Springs Spur Ryan during a Little Guy Wrestling match in Superior on Feb. 21. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent)

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    In an 85-pound match, Clark Fork Mountain Cat Isaac Miller is matched up against Plains/Hot Spring’ John Thurston last Thursday. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent)

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    Lucas Kovalsky with the Clark Fork Mountain Cats pins Plains/Hot Springs Gunner Gannarelli last Thursday in Superior. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent)

Four Little Guy Wrestling teams met in Superior on Thursday to open the 2019 season.

“This is just kind of a warm-up match,” said Clark Fork coach Charlie Crabb. He added that they weren’t really keeping score or stats.

The teams included the Clark Fork Mountain Cats, Plains/Hot Springs and Arlee, and featured grades 7 and 8 wrestlers, and a few sixth-graders.

The Mission Mountain Classic was held last weekend at St. Ignatius. Friday featured middle and junior age groups (grades 6-8), with beginners and novice wrestlers (grades 1-5) in action Saturday.

The Arlee Mixer in Arlee, and Mission Mixer in Polson scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 26 were both cancelled due to adverse traveling conditions.

Another Arlee Mixer is set for Thursday, Feb. 28. The Plains/Hot Springs Mixer for wrestlers of all grade levels is Friday, March 1. On Saturday, March 2, the Polson Invitational (grades 1-5) is on tap, with grapplers in grades 6-8 at the Dillon Jayces Invitational. The Kootenai Classic is also Saturday in Libby. On Tuesday, March 5, the Mission Mixer (grades 5-8) is set for Polson.

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