Alexa Garcia, 8, of Cutler, right, watches the fun as, clockwise, from top left, Ruben Borja, 13, of Dinuba, Abraham Garcia, 11, of Cutler, Robert Garcia, 12, of Cutler, and Chris Garcia, 17, of Dinuba, wrestle in the Kings River at Reedley Beach in Reedley, California on July 29, 2015.
Alexa Garcia, 8, of Cutler, right, watches the fun as, clockwise, from top left, Ruben Borja, 13, of Dinuba, Abraham Garcia, 11, of Cutler, Robert Garcia, 12, of Cutler, and Chris Garcia, 17, of Dinuba, wrestle in the Kings River at Reedley Beach in Reedley, California on July 29, 2015. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Alexa Garcia, 8, of Cutler, right, watches the fun as, clockwise, from top left, Ruben Borja, 13, of Dinuba, Abraham Garcia, 11, of Cutler, Robert Garcia, 12, of Cutler, and Chris Garcia, 17, of Dinuba, wrestle in the Kings River at Reedley Beach in Reedley, California on July 29, 2015. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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