By Jaryd Cline
Sports Editor 

Rangers crush Wolves in first game after break


January 10, 2018


TO THE HOOP: Goldendale senior William Finn drives to the basket during Goldendale's loss to the Rangers on Jan. 6.

Playing in their first game since returning to school on Jan. 3, the Goldendale boys hoops team couldn't overcome a big first quarter deficit during last Saturday's league match up against the Naches Rangers. The Timberwolves fell into a 30-3 hole after the first eight minutes, and although they picked up their play over the final three quarters, there was no coming back from a 27-point, first half hole. The Rangers cruised to an 81-38 win over the home team, dropping the Timberwolves to 2-8 overall and 1-

4 in South Central Athletic Conference West play. Naches was able to score the first 15 points of the game, and held the Timberwolves scoreless until senior Conner Doubravsky's jumper w...

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