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By Andrew Chrsitiansen

Bad inning forces Wolves to split with Lightning


“I never know who’s going to show up,” lamented Coach Bob Dohrman, early in game two of a double-header against La Salle on Saturday in Goldendale. It was a real Jekyl and Hyde day for the Timberwolves who got clobbered in the first game 13-3 thanks to six errors and a 10-run second inning for the Lightning. Game two was much different with the Wolves in control from the first inning and earning the split with a 9-2 win.

The Lightning sent 14 batters to the plate in the second inning of the opener. Six reached base on singles, two on errors and three walked, two with the bases loaded. Lucas Denney threw 77 pitches in just 1 2/3 innings of work, giving up 11 runs, only four of which...

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