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By Andrew Christiansen

Timberwolves 4-0 as bats continue to sing in 25 run barrage against Burbank


John Longfellow

GUNNING THEM DOWN: Goldendale was as sharp in the field as they were at bat in a pair of dominating wins over Columbia-Burbank.

Goldendale continued their slugfest brand of baseball and their second double-header sweep of the season, defeating Columbia-Burbank 14-2 and 11-2 while pounding out 30 hits and making their opponents pay for their errors.

Wade Gaston did his job as the lead-off hitter in the opening game, getting on base five times, three by walk and twice on singles. Gaston scored three times, as did the number two hitter, Ethan Enstad. Michael Trunkey was the hitting star of the day going 3-5 in the first game to drive in three runs in support of a complete game victory for Nolin Bare who gave up just three hits while striking out six and walking three batters. Enstad, Trunkey and Dean Enstad each doub...

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