Timberwolves win on home turf

UNBC Timberwolves midfielder Paige Payne and Amou Madol of the University of Regina Cougars chase the ball as it rolls across the sideline at Masich Place Stadium on Friday night. The T-wolves earned their first win of the Canada West season, a 3-1 triumph. Payne netted one of the UNBC goals while the others came from Mara McCleary and Sofia Jones. Madison Emmond of the Timberwolves had two assists in the contest and UNBC goalkeeper Brooke Molby made seven saves. UNBC jumped out to a 3-0 lead before Nikita Senko of the Cougars scored on a penalty kick in the second half. The T-wolves will be back in action on Sunday (11 a.m. start at Masich Place) against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies.

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