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Wolves bounce back from losses at Granger

 


Saturday’s tennis matches in Granger helped the Timberwolves lick their wounds after shut-out losses for boys and girls at the hands of Naches Valley and La Salle, last week. The boys polished off Ki-Be 4-1 and the girls earned a 2-2 tie with Granger.

Earlier in the week, Naches made it a clean sweep on Goldendale’s court, winning all five matches against the boys and defeating the short-handed girls’ team 5-0 with Faith Simmons and Robyn Cook bowing out due to injury after trailing 6-0. Jairus Christensen won the only set of the day for Goldendale, a 6-3 win over Griffin Mallonee. But, Mallonee came back 6-0, 6-4 to take the match.

La Salle’s teams kept their records blemish fre...



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