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By Andrew Christiansen

Lady Wolves begin second half push


Andrew Christiansen

DEPTH: Goldendale showed off it’s depth with 11 players playing a role in their win over La Salle. Michaela Browning returns the ball.

Goldendale had a statement win on the volleyball court, last Thursday, defeating La Salle 3-0. For those who thought the Lady Timberwolves were out of the running in the SCAC west, Goldendale showed they are still a team to be reckoned with.

The first time through the home and away schedule, La Salle put the Wolves away in convincing fashion with a 3-1 win on the Lightning’s home court. Zillah and Naches Valley also had 3-1 wins and Granger shut the Wolves out 3-0. The Naches Valley win was the only one on Goldendale’s court. Thursday’s hard-fought win put Goldendale in a three-way tie for third place with the Lightning and Granger, trailing Zillah and Naches Valley, who were tied a...

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