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Wolves win game one of rivalry with Falcon baseball

Colton Sterba fields the ball and throws to Falcon first baseman Jack Lewis against Coupeville.  - Jim Larsen / The Record
Colton Sterba fields the ball and throws to Falcon first baseman Jack Lewis against Coupeville.
— image credit: Jim Larsen / The Record

Coupeville claimed the first game of its weeklong series with South Whidbey, 7-6.

The Wolves (1-2 Cascade Conference; 3-2 overall) won on the arms of its pitchers. Reliever Aaron Trumbull pitched three innings, allowing only one earned run before Ben Etzell got the save in the seventh inning.

South Whidbey’s Jake Sladky jacked a two-run home run and finished 2-for-4 at the plate. South Whidbey is 2-2 against Cascade Conference teams and overall.

 

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