Clovis East football had a tough go of it last Thursday against the Sanger Apaches. The Apaches were only up 6-0 after the first quarter and the T-Wolves offense was moving the ball well. But then Sanger woke up, scoring 21 unanswered points. The Timberwolves just didn’t have a second gear like the Apaches. However, they did score on a touchdown run by senior running back Romello Knight. But it just wasn’t enough to come back from as they lost the game 34-7. Even though it was a Thursday game, many of the Wolfpack supporters showed up to the game. Students packed the house on White Out night and were electric all game long. The Timberwolves take on another tough team this Friday night 9/15 against the Sunnyside Wildcats. Kickoff is set for 7:30pm at Sunnyside High School.
The Wolfpack girls volleyball team was in action this past weekend in San Luis Obispo. They took part in the SLO Town Tournament and went 1-2, falling to Ventura and Arroyo Grande both in 3 sets (tournaments only go to 3 sets). However, they did sweep Atascadero to end their weekend on a positive note.
Boys Water Polo tried to bounce back after their heartbreaking loss to Clovis High last Wednesday. They faced Sanger on Monday and blew them out of the water, defeating the Apaches 20-3! That’s one way to avenge a loss. However, another stiff test was soon to come. On Wednesday the Timberwolves traveled to Clovis West to take on the Golden Eagles and lost another heartbreaker 6-5. Cameron Frazier led the Wolfpack attack with 3 goals.They will look to try to rebound from this game when they travel to Clovis North to face the Broncos next Wednesday 9/20.
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Girls Water Polo also tried to come back from a nail biter against Clovis High last Wednesday as they faced El Capitan the following day. They defeated the Gauchos in a rout, 16-6. However, their next game would be against the always difficult and talented Clovis West Golden Eagles on Wednesday. In a come from behind effort, the Lady Timberwolves completed the upset winning 10-9. This was the first time in program history that they got the best of the Eagles. This good momentum will carry them throughout TRAC play as next week they travel to take on the Broncos of Clovis North.