The action was intense and the day was emotional for the Timberline Wolves on Saturday. They took on Frank Hurt and won 22-20 in a close game – Hunter McKay broke free during the action.

Wolves keep first place ranking in gripping result

As touchdowns were answered back and forth, both teams dug in and held nothing back

Undeterred. Unwavering. Undefeated.

Despite rain, mud and injuries, the team once again rose above all that was thrown at them.

They have stuck together, stood up for each other, and last Saturday, on home ground, put their never-give-up attitude in the spotlight.

In a gripping game, the team kept their focus, kept their fans freaking frantic and kept their first place ranking with a 22 – 20 win against Surrey’s Frank Hurt Secondary School.

As touchdowns were answered back and forth, both teams dug in and held nothing back.

Timberline stuck to a running game, while Frank Hurt, in a last attempt to edge ahead in the final minute, threw several long passes which never made it through the Wolve’s defense.

“That was one of my all time favorite games to play in,” tweeted one player after the game.

While the Wolves have finished their regular season games and have secured top spot for play-offs, they now have to wait until the rest of the teams in the league finish their scheduled games over the next two weeks and fall into the ranking.

Being first, Timberline has earned home field vantage for the first play-off game on Saturday, November 17. More play-off information to come as it becomes available.

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