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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON SEPTEMBER 11, 2o13--9 SPORTS 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. Bruins' passing game overcomes Timberwolves in defensive battle 22-0 ANDREW CHR[STIANSEN REPORTER Columbia-White Salmon had just enough things go right to overcome Golden- dale's defense and win the cross-county rivalry 22-0. The game was a test of two good defenses with the Bruins tak- ing 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 Gtlk punt to start their first po,.%ession at the Goldendale 49 yard line. They were sent back'"by a holding call on the first play from scrimmage and quarter- back Tanner Rabinowitz was sacked by Kyle Wilkins on second down. It was nearly three and out as Dean Enstad charged, unabated toward Ra- binowitz on third down, but the Bruin junior stood his ground and fired a pass to John Stephens that was good for 24 yards and a first down. Rabinowitz tossed a pitch to Gabe Guzman, who finished the drive with a 13-yard touchdown at the 5:03 mark of the first quarter. It looked like disaster struck on the ensuing kick-off that went straight up and dropped in the middle of the Timberwolves who didn't see the ball. Austen Walker recov- ered for Columbia at the Gold- endale 30 yard line. The Bru- ins drove to the Goldendale 17 yard line when Wilkins again stormed in on Rabinowitz who avoided the sack by dumping the ball off to Cody Carse. The only problem is that Carse plays left guard and the Bruins were penal- ized back to the 30. A 4-yard punt on fourth down and a Wilkins dash for 23 yards on first down got Goldendale out of the hole, but the Timber- wolves' drive stalled and they turned the ball back on downs at the Bruins' 36 yard line. The teams traded posses- sions through most of the sec- ond quarter with penalties plaguing both teams. B.J. Wal- ter replaced an injured Chris Trunkey at quarterback with just over four minutes left in the half and was promptly in- tercepted by Guzman at the Bruins' 46 yard line. Goldendale continued to shut down the Bruin running game, but Rabinowitz man- aged to move the ball to Gold- endale's 30 yard line with a pass and run by Stephens. The next three passes were well-defended by Goldendale, but Guzman, who does it all for the Bruins, booted a 41 yard field goal with room to spare. Walter had the best run of the night, bursting through the right side of theruin de- fense for 35 yards as the clock ran out in the half. The Bruins opened the sec- ond half with their running game, picking up 12 yards on a couple of carries to the Bruin 33 yard line. Rabi- nowitz had the ball knocked out of his hands by a team- mate on the next play, but re- covered at the 31 yard line. With the play clock run- ning down, Coach John Hal- lead called time out to set up the next play It also provided time for Goldendale to set their defense, but early sea- son mistakes bit the Wolves. According to Coach Chris Twohy, "We made some changes at halftime that did- n't work." On the next play, some of the Wolves were play- ing zone and others were in man defense. It was bad tim- ing for that kind of mistake as Rabinowitz looked to the sideline at a streaking Guz- man and put the bail on the mark between two defenders who weren't very close. The speedster raced down the sideline for a 69-yard touch- down. The Bruins began to make the running game work on their next possession, pick- ing up 29 yards on four runs up the middle. Twohy called time out to make some changes which paid immedi- ate dividends with Stephens losing four yards followed by an interception by Bryce Wilkins at the Goldendale 23 yard line. The Wolves moved the ball to mid-field before a pitched ball hit the turf and was re- covered by the Bruins. The defense made what would be their last stand and Golden- dale got the ball back at their own 36 yard line, thanks to a Bruin penalty The offense continued to struggle, howev- er and gave the ball back to Columbia as the third quarter ran down. The Bruins finally wore out the Timberwolves in the fourth quarter and marched 76 yards in 11 plays, capped with a 4-yard touchdown run by Stephens. The Wolf of- fense showed a bit of life in their final possession, but an- other fumble allowed the Bru- ins to complete the shutout. See Wolves, Page 16 9/6 9/6 9/7 Football Columbia-White Salmon 22 Goldendale 0 Volleyball Trout Lake 3 Horizon Christian 0 Stevenson 2 Klickitat 0 Seton Catholic 2 Klickitat 0 Klickitat 2 Columbia-White Salmon 0 Football 9/13 Goldendale at Cashmere, 7 p.m. Volleyball 9/13 Bickleton at SunDome tournament, a.m. Horizon Christian at Lyle-Wishram, 5 p.m. 9/14 Klickitat, Lyle-Wishram, Trout Lake at Sherman County Tournament, a.m. 9/17 Cle Elum-Roslyn at Goldendale, 6:30 p.m. Bickleton at Yakama Nation, Toppenish, 6 p.m. White Swan at Klickitat, 6 p.m. 9/18 Columbia Adventist Acad. at Trout Lake, 5 p.m. Cross Country 9/12 Yakama Nation Invitational, Toppenish, 4 p.m. includes Goldendale and Lyle-Wishram 9/14 Goldendale and Bickleton at Ellensburg, 11 a.m. Gorge Youth Football 9/14 3rd and 4th grades Goldendale vs White Salmon, 1:30 p.m. at The Dalles 5th and 6th grades Goldendale vs Lyle-Wishram, noon at The Dalles Soccer 9/12 NOTE: Goldendale vs Riverside Cancelled 9/14 AYSO soccer begins in Goldendale a.m. Goldendale High School ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN BROKEN UP: Tyrell Read breaks up a pass intended for Columbia's Jared Garwood, during third quarter action. ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN RUNNING FOR DAYLIGHT: Dean Enstad heads down the sidelines during second quarter action in Friday's game against Columbia-White Salmon. The Bruins' Pedro Cazerez was in hot pursuit. PPK Sept. 19 in Goldendale Punt, Pass and Kick is coming to Goldendale on Sept. 19. The Goldendale Jaycees and the Central Klickitat County Park and Recreation District are the local spon- sors of the event open to boys and girls from eight years old to 15. The event will be held at the Goldendale High School football field, starting with registration at 5:45 p.m. Par- ticipation is open at no charge with local winners ad- vancing to sectional competition. The competition includes passing for accuracy and punting and kicking for distance and accuracy No cleats are allowed for this event. Contact 250-0981 for more information. Date The Fishing Lure Fish count at the dams Bonneville The Dalles John Day Chk Stlhd Chk Stlhd Chk Stlhd 9/3 12593 1956 8983 1780 3768 1571 9/4 13045 1506 8031 1513 4554 1157 9/5 20216 1030 6074 2375 5888 1207 9/6 25956 1286 9954 2626 4564 1473 9/7 48710 1377 13612 3908 5131 2265 9/8 42445 1931 25628 10109 6806 3724 9/9 63870 3430 ................ 15565 6168 Source: The Fish Passage Center, Bickleton Varsity Cross Country Schedule Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Ellensburg Invitational, Rhineheart Park, 11 a.m. Apple Ridge Invitational, Cowiche, 11 a.m. At Goldendale, Ekone Park, 4 p.m. Pasco Bulldog Invitational, 10 a.m. Quincy Invitational, 11:45 a.m. At Zillah High School, 4 p.m. At Granger High School, 4 p.m. District meet at Ellensburg, Rhineheart Park, a.m. State Championships, Sun Willows Golf Course, Pasco, a.m. Lyle.Wishram Varsity Cross Country Schedule Sept. 12 Sept. 21 Sept. 27 Oct. 3 Oct. 9 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Yakama Nation Invitational, Toppenish, 4 p.m. Apple Ridge Invitational, Cowiche, 11 a.m. Nelson Memorial Invitational, at Sorosis Park, The DaUes At Goldendale, Ekone Park, 4 p.m. At Trico meet, Husum Hills Golf Course At ZiUah High School, 4 p.m. At Goldendale, Ekone Park, 4 p.m. District meet at Ellensburg, Rhineheart Park, a.m. State Championships, Sun Willows Golf Course, Pasco, a.m.