Clallam Bay: “Tough way to go out” as Bruins lose in state quarterfinals

  • JOSH COREY
  • Sunday, November 18, 2001 12:01am
  • Sports

By Josh Corey

JOYCE — Taholah scored with 29 seconds remaining to beat Clallam Bay 22-14 in the B8 state football quarterfinals on Saturday at Crescent High School.

“It’s a tough way to go out,” Clallam Bay coach Andy Ritter said. “You have to give it to Taholah. They did a really good job of controlling the clock and the ball.”

After giving up the go-ahead touchdown, the Bruins were 39 yards out and down to their last play.

As the final whistle sounded, Kyle Gregory caught a short pass from a back-peddling Annan Bowlby. Gregory ran to the end zone but was tripped up near the 15-yard line to end the game.

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