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By Andrew Christiansen

Timberwolf season ends at Royal for fourth time in five years


Andrew Christiansen

PRESSURE DEFENSE: Jordan Foley sacks Royal’s Alex Myrick during the cross-over game at Royal City. The Timberwolf defense dominated the game through the first three quarters.

For the fourth time in five years, The Goldendale Timberwolves’ football season has come to an end at the hands of the Royal Knights. Each loss has been disappointing, but last Friday’s 14-7 loss was the hardest because the game belonged to Goldendale and the Wolves couldn’t help but feel that opportunity had slipped through their fingers.

Royal has a long history of playing deep into the playoffs, which can make playing in Royal City an intimidating experience. That intimidation was apparent in the first trip in 2007 which resulted in a 41-8 loss. It wasn’t much better in 2008 with Royal romping to a 49-7 win, but the 2009 game was in doubt until half way through the fourth quart...

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