The West Valley Wolfpack take care of business against the North Pole Patriots, and their QB makes a prediction for the NFL season

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The West Valley Wolfpack flag football team saw both sides of the ball come alive against their Mid-Alaska Conference foes, the North Pole Patriots, as they poured in points in numerous ways.
The Wolfpack routed the Pats 48-Oh as the defense tacked 21 points on the board.
Tana Weckwerth started it off with a 58 yard touchdown run taking a pitch to the outside.
Then the Patriots misfired, as Sheridan Blasey took back a 31 yard pick 6.
And Tessa Lindberg ran in a 2 point conversion.
When West Valley got the ball back, Lindberg found Weckwerth for a 58 yarder as Weckwerth caught the ball like it was a loaf of bread.
Then Lindberg found Blasey for a 2 point conversion.
And before halftime, the defense did it again as Ashlyn Bray picked it off to give the Wolfpack their second pick 6 of the night.
Bray returned it 36 yards, and Lindberg found Weckwerth for the 2 point conversion.
After halftime, Bray did it again with a 15 yard pick 6.
Later on Lindberg found Emily Morris for the 12 yard touchdown pass, and Weckwerth closed the game with a 40 yard touchdown, giving 3 for the night.
Both teams lock horns again tonight with the 4-2 Wolfpack and 0-5 Pats battling it out.
Weckwerth spoke about West Valley's efforts on both sides of the ball.