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Wolves fall short of playoff, drop pair to Cle Elum to end regular season

 

Andrew Christiansen

CLOSE PLAY: Dust puffs from B.J. Walter's mitt as the ball arrives along with a Cle Elum runner, diving for the plate. The runner was called safe on the play.

Goldendale's baseball season came to an end, Saturday with losses to Cle Elum-Roslyn 10-3 and 9-4. The Timberwolves finished the season in fifth place with a 4-8 record.

The Warriors used a potent hitting attack for the sweep in Goldendale. A six-run fourth inning helped the Warriors pull away in game two. Cle Elum-Roslyn had 28 hits in the two games.

Goldendale's J.C. Cline and Ethan Enstad each had three-hits in game two for Goldendale.

Lady Timberwolves

The Lady Timberwolves are also out of contention for post-season play as they remained winless in league play, losing to the Warriors 15-3 and 10-0. Leading hitters for Goldendale were Stephanie Basilan, 2-3 and Malissa Barrier with a...



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