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By Andrew Christiansen

Senior night out for Goldendale grapplers


Andrew Christiansen

SENIOR POWER: Goldendale’s senior wrestlers are putting up epic numbers for a perennially good squad. The weather derailed their senior day match in front of the home crowd, but didn’t kill their spirit. Pictured, front (l-r) are Braydon Ross and Kirk Giese; back (l-r) are: assistant coach Matt Dumolt, Zach Shattuck, Kurt Wilkins, Nolin Bare and head coach Omar Flores.

The Goldendale wrestling program took the biggest hit from weather cancelations, losing their scheduled home, double dual meet which was scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 19. The rescheduling, which involved four schools (Goldendale, Highland, Cle Elum-Roslyn and Naches Valley) was particularly difficult because it also involved scheduling two referees and had to be woven into the rescheduling of basketball games. The net result was that the match was moved to Jan. 24 and was held at Highland. It also became a triple meet for the Timberwolves as Thursday’s Naches Valley meet was added onto the Jan. 24 meet.

The loss of the home meet meant that Goldendale’s senior night was canceled. With on...

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