Lapwai’s Koyama Young led the Wildcats to their third straight state title.
Lapwai’s Koyama Young led the Wildcats to their third straight state title. Kyle Mills Lewiston Tribune
Lapwai’s Koyama Young led the Wildcats to their third straight state title. Kyle Mills Lewiston Tribune

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