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By Andrew Christiansen

Early exit for Wolves as pitching throttles offense


Andrew Christiansen

KEY RUNNER: Nolin Bare is safe at third. Bare represented the tying run in the seventh inning against Royal.

Losses to Ki-Be and Royal shut down the Goldendale Timberwolves’ baseball season last week, a disappointing end to an otherwise great season. The Wolves were 8-4 in league, finishing second to the Naches Valley Rangers and 16-6 overall.

Last week started with a 17-9 home win over Columbia-Burbank. Michael Trunkey lofted a ball over the short, center field fence for a three run homer and it looked like the game was headed to an early end with a 7-0 lead after two innings. Both teams were shaky in the field and Burbank gained confidence in the third inning after the Wolves committed three errors and scored six runs.

In the end, pitching woes for the Coyotes sealed their fate. Three Wolves...

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