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By Jaryd Cline
Sports Editor 

Goldendale splits home twinbill with Coyotes


Jaryd Cline

DEFENSIVE‚ÄąFUNDAMENTALS: Second baseman Jacob Bischoff fires to first after knocking down a grounder during the second game of Tuesday afternoon's doubleheader against the Columbia Burbank Coyotes at Jackson Field.

The defense and pitching was solid for Goldendale's baseball team on Tuesday afternoon at Jackson Field, but the Timberwolves struggled at the plate as they split a nonleague doubleheader against the Columbia Burbank Coyotes.

The Timberwolves combined for just seven hits over both games on Tuesday, but had a strong effort on the mound which propelled the home team to a 6-4 win in the opener. The Timberwolves also received strong outings from junior Alex Mains and senior Will Bostick in the second game of the twinbill, but just couldn't get the bats going in the 4-1 loss.

Justin Wells pitched six strong innings in the opener, allowing four runs (three earned) while striking out two befor...

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