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By Andrew Christiansen

Timberwolves settle for second after failing to upend Rangers


Andrew Christiansen

RUNDOWN: Jose Briseno had too much speed for a Ranger caught in a rundown between third base and home during game two at Naches. Reed Lindhe is pictured at right.

The luck of the draw sent Goldendale-Klickitat’s baseball team to the Ranger’s house for the second year in a row, looking to pull off one of the biggest upsets in SCAC baseball history. And for the second year in a row, the Rangers sent the Wolves home with disappointment and another second place finish after 12-2 and 5-2 losses. The magnitude of the potential upset wasn’t based on the relative caliber of the two teams, it is based on the fact that Naches Valley hasn’t lost a league game in five years. Indeed, last year’s Timberwolves were expected by many to sweep the Rangers. This year’s Wolves don’t have the pitching that last year’s team had, but a lot of hope was pla...

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