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By Andrew Christiansen

Wolves continue to roll on the mat with a pair of SCAC wins


Andrew Christiansen

HOME TOWN ENTERTAINMENT: Goldendale hosted Toppenish and Columbia-White Salmon in their second of three matches to be wrestled in Goldendale this year. Leroy Miller searched for a way out of Toppenish's Juan Morales' hold, above.

Wrestling fans were treated to a night of 27 matches among wrestlers from Goldendale, Columbia-White Salmon and Toppenish, last week. It was an opportunity for Goldendale to get some mat time for the large number of wrestlers on this year's team and for Toppenish to give their JV wrestlers some matches. Columbia brought only eight wrestlers to the match, but they were outstanding as a group.

Most of the night's matches ended with a pin. Five of Goldendale's six wins came on pins. The first Timberwolf to log a win was Zach Cully at 285 pounds. Cully was exceedingly patient in the first round, trying to position himself for a throw on Michael Trujillo, of Toppenish. He got lucky on one fail...

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