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By Andrew Christiansen

Inadvertant whistle, big plays help Warriors over Wolves


Andrew Christiansen

LOOKING FOR GAP: B.J. Walter turns the corner for a good gain against Cle Elum-Roslyn. Goldendale ran the ball well at times, but the Warriors came up with key stops and the Wolves turned the ball over on downs five times in the game.

There were plenty of signs that Homecoming might be kind to the Goldendale Timberwolves last Friday, like fumbles going their way and signs of a return to the dominant running game that fueled the team's three wins this year. But, a controversial call in the third quarter gave new life to a stalled Cle Elum-drive and the Warriors made the most of it, pulling away for a 28-7 win over the Wolves. The loss leaves the Goldendale in a must win situation if they hope to make it to the cross-over playoffs.

A light rain through much of the game contributed to a lot of turnovers. Goldendale turned the ball over on two fumbles, three interceptions and five times on fourth down plays that came up sh...

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