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By Andrew Christiansen

Bruins' passing game overcomes Timberwolves in defensive battle 22-0


Andrew Christiansen

MEAT GRINDER: Yards were hard to come by in the running game as both defenses battled through the first half in Goldendale. Above, Jaryd Quintero, 44, tackles Timberwolf quarterback Chris Trunkey after a short gain.

Columbia-White Salmon had just enough things go right to overcome Goldendale’s defense and win the cross-county rivalry 22-0. The game was a test of two good defenses with the Bruins taking advantage of good field position to post a 9-0 first half lead.

The Bruins got on the board first after partially blocking a Kevin Gilk punt to start their first possession at the Goldendale 49 yard line. They were sent back by a holding call on the first play from scrimmage and quarterback Tanner Rabinowitz was sacked by Kyle Wilkins on second down. It was nearly three and out as Dean Enstad charged, unabated toward Rabinowitz on third down, but the Bruin junior stood his ground and fired a pass to...

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