Centralia boys and girls wrestling had four individual champions as the Tigers competed at the annual King and Queen of the Hills tournament at Black Hills High School on Saturday.
The girls tallied three individual champions in Luna Martinez at 100 pounds and Analeese Mccallister at 140/145 and Anna Stinkeoway at heavyweight.
Also placing for the girls was Jocelyn Navarro at 100 pounds (second), Jade Hudson at 105/110 (second) and Willa Phillips at 140/145 (third).
On the boys side, Antonio Campos, the top-ranked Class 2A wrestler at 120 pounds, stayed unbeaten in his high school career, winning his weight class by pinning the second-ranked Class 2A wrestler in the state, as well as the seventh-ranked, 126-pound 2A wrestler.
Dylan Mock was fourth at 182, Eddie Mojica was second at heavyweight Willy Stinkeoway was third at heavyweight and Sebastian Bustos was fourth at heavyweight.