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By Andrew Christiansen

Wolves first to beat Rangers in SCAC, claim second seed with Lightning split


Andrew Christiansen

ANOTHER RUN: Ethan Enstad scores against Naches Valley in game one.

Nothing much was settled between Naches Valley and Goldendale after nearly five hours of play, and a combined 43 runs off 40 hits. Nothing much, in terms of determining who is best, but it was monumental for the Timberwolves and bit of a popped bubble for the Rangers.

Goldendale watched Naches Valley dominate the league for four years, including the past two seasons where the Timberwolves seemed to have the teams that could break through, but didn’t. That is all over now as Goldendale popped Naches Valley’s bubble of invincibility with a 9-8 win, last week. The Rangers still won the league with a better overall record, but in the head-to-head games, they are 1-1 with Naches Valley out...

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