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By Andrew Christiansen

Wolves split with Panthers, lose two to Leopards


Andrew Christiansen

GOOD START: Justin Wells got the start at first base for Goldendale at Zillah. The freshman played error free ball and was on base three of four times at bat in game two.

Goldendale fell behind by 10 runs in the first inning, then played an even game at Zillah, Saturday, losing the game 12-1. The Timberwolves were in game two, but seven consecutive hits led to a 6-run fourth inning and it proved to be too much to overcome in a 17-8 loss. The Timberwolves are 0-4 in league play. Earlier in the week Goldendale split with River View, losing 15-11 and winning 4-1 for an overall 6-6 record.

The River View games were make-ups from the first games scheduled for the year. The bats were hot for both teams, putting the ball in play on 25 hits and a dozen errors. Kevin Gilk had a three-hit game for the Wolves. Both teams put five runs on the board in the seventh inni...

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