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By Andrew Christiansen

Timberwolves end baseball season with typical game highlighting defense and pitching


Goldendale exited the District 5 baseball tournament after a pair of losses last week, 11-1 to Kiona-Benton and 2-1 to Cle Elum-Roslyn. It brought the season to a close with an 8-14 overall record, 4-6 in league play. The team struggled to score runs through the season, scoring two or fewer runs in 11 of 22 games, but pitching and defense generally kept them in games.

The Wolves opened Districts with the game at SCAC East champ, Ki-Be. J.C. Cline singled in the first inning in what proved to be Goldendale’s only hit. For their half of the first inning, Nate Rossine hit a home run that would set the tone for the game.

Rossine, who was also the Bears’ starting pitcher, mowed down seven...

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