Contributed Nate Alexander (left), Jacob Wall and Ethan Kohlen made it to the podium at the Okanagan Valley high school wrestling championships in Kamloops.

Valley medals for Knox trio

Dr. Knox wrestlers qualify for provincial championships

Three athletes from Dr. Knox Middle School have booked a spot at next month’s B.C. high school wrestling championships.

Ethan Kohlen, Nate Alexander and Jacob Wall all qualified for provincial after reaching the podium at the Okanagan championships last weekend in Kamloops.

Kohlen won the silver medal in the boys 60kg weight class.

In the 63kg weight class, Alexander captured the silver, while Wall won a bronze medal.

The three boys will compete at B.C. championships March 2 to 4 in Salmon Arm.

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