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Kimball youth is growing up with the women's wrestling movement

 

Tonia Copeland

Sierra Starr Boviall stands with her trophies and medals from youth wrestling.

At not quite twelve years old, Sierra Starr Boviall continues to make a name for herself among young wrestlers. Boviall, a student at Potter-Dix schools, lives in Kimball with her grandmother, Penny Hobbs.

Boviall has been wrestling for four years in the Federation wrestling program and currently trains and competes with the Tri-state Grapplers. She wrestles folk style and Greco-Roman currently but will be learning freestyle soon.

In addition to learning a new wrestling style, she is learning new moves this year and plans to become a member of the AAU in addition to the USAW.

"This year she...



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