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By Andrew Christiansen

Defense shuts down Bruins, allows offense to roll in 26-7 Timberwolf opening win


Andrew Christiansen

HUGE EFFORT: Goldendale quarterback, Lucas Denney tries to fly through four defenders in an attempt to score in the final seconds of the first half. The ball came loose and rolled through the end zone.

Goldendale’s defense held Columbia to 57 yards of total offense on the way to a 26-7 win at White Salmon making it four in a row in the cross-county rivalry. Both teams looked shaky on offense during the opening half, each penalized four times for 30 yards. But, Goldendale showed they could move the ball on the ground with quarterback Lucas Denney and running back Kyle Wilkins galloping through huge holes in the Bruin line.

Denney started the Timberwolves’ third drive with a 13-yard keeper that was followed by a pass interference penalty that put Goldendale deep into Bruin territory. Wilkins would finish off the drive with a 10-yard touch down run with three minutes left in the half....

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