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By Andrew Christiansen

Sudden change in momentum sends Goldendale to third straight loss


Andrew Christiansen

RUNNING THE OFFENSE: Bryce Wilkins finds room to run on the outside aainst La Salle. The one-two punch of Kyle Wilkins up the middle and Bryce Wilkins around end was a tough combination for the Lighning to stop.

The game was a battle of size versus speed and it seemed like size was going to rally and win. But, a sudden shift in fourth quarter momentum sent the Goldendale Timberwolves to defeat 27-13 at the hands of La Salle.

The loss wasted a strong performance by Goldendale’s lines and hard running by Kyle and Bryce Wilkins. The Timberwolves pushed the Lightning around on offense and Kyle Wilkins had punishing runs between the tackles. When in a jam, Bryce Wilkins kept the ball and made big gains around the outside. The Timberwolves showed total domination of the ground game, picking up 160 yards on 38 carries to La Salle’s 83 yards on 27 carries.

La Salle rarely gained more than five yards...

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