Griffins escape with win over T-wolves

UNBC Timberwolves midfielder Paige Payne and MacEwan Griffins goalkeeper Emily Burns both go after the ball on Friday night at Masich Place Stadium in the first game of a weekend Canada West women's soccer doubleheader between the teams. Payne scored twice for the T-wolves but they fell 3-2 to the Griffins. Payne now has an impressive seven goals on the season but her team's record slipped to 1-5-3. The Griffins, meanwhile, improved to 6-2-1. The rematch starts at 6 tonight at Masich. In men's Canada West soccer, UNBC takes on Thompson Rivers University today and Sunday in Kamloops. In women's exhibition basketball on Friday night, the Timberwolves defeated the Western Ontario Mustangs 74-64. The game was played in London, Ont.

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