The Washougal girls wrestling team captured the Clark County Championship Saturday, at Union High School.
1 of 24
Wyatt Eakins earned fourth place for Washougal at 106 pounds.
2 of 24
Tye Lommasson took third place for Camas at 113 pounds.
3 of 24
Austin Miller clinched fourth place for Camas at 126 pounds.
4 of 24
Tyler Weiss grabbed fourth place for Camas at 132 pounds.
5 of 24
P.J. Badertscher placed sixth for Camas at 195 pounds.
6 of 24
Kyle Eakins earned sixth place for Washougal at 285 pounds.
7 of 24
Washougal wrestlers Jessica Eakins (left) and Emily Alder-Storm (right) kick off the Clark County championship finals.
8 of 24
Jessica Eakins (top) and Emily Alder-Storm (bottom) tangle on the mat in the 100-pound championship finals, just like they do every day in the Panther jungle.
9 of 24
Jessica Eakins is about to wrap Emily Alder-Storm up for a pin. Eakins won the 100-pound county championship and Alder-Storm settled for second place.
10 of 24
Camas wrestler Taryn Lommasson fights off the mat during the 106-pound championship match.
11 of 24
Taryn Lommasson, Camas, tangles with Kassi Strano, Battle Ground. Lommasson earned second place at 106 pounds.
12 of 24
Taryn Lommasson (left), Camas, tangles with Kassi Strano (right), Battle Ground. Lommasson earned second place at 106 pounds.
13 of 24
Camas wrestler Marcus Hartman (left) locks up with defending state champion Michael Nguyen (left) of Evergreen.
14 of 24
Marcus Hartman refused to back down against a state champion in the 113-pound county finals, but he had to settle for second place.
15 of 24
A proud moment between Camas head coach Glenn Hartman and his son Marcus Hartman. Marcus finished second as a sophomore at the Clark County tournament. Glenn is a three-time county champion.
16 of 24
Washougal's Tara Duey gave Union's Tiffany Hu all she could handle in the 118-pound championship match, but came up short by the score of 3-0.
17 of 24
Washougal's Haven Camden headlocks Union's Kira Kelsey. Get a look at Camden's "magic socks."
18 of 24
Haven Camden came through with a big-time reversal and pinfall in the second round to win the 124-pound championship for Washougal.
19 of 24
Washougal's Erin Locke ties up Mountain View's Danielle Higgins in the 130-pound championship match. Locke got the opportunity to sing the national anthem before all of the final matches started. She then stepped on the mat and almost became a county champion.
20 of 24
Washougal's Jessica Biron grapples with Battle Ground's Victoria Carlson in the 155-pound championship match. Biron grabbed second place.
21 of 24
The Washougal girls wrestlers react to being annouced as Clark County Champions.