Friday Oct 17 2008 comments Whitney vs. Bear River Football By: Auburn Journal Photography by Ashley Baer -A +A Buy This Photo Now Bear River defense brings down Dominic Pasquale after his interception, but Bear River regains possession after a penalty for roughing the passer before the interception is called against Whitney. Casey O'Donnell slides down to intercept the ball from Whitney, though it is ruled not a catch and remains Whitney ball. Wide receiver Garrett Barbic attempts a 4th down reception in the 3rd quarter, but cannot remain inbounds. Bear River's Jon Talbot can't stop Nick Law's touchdown reception for Whitney High School to make the score 7-0 Whitney. Senior Bear River cornerback Casey O'Donnell breaks up a Whitney pass in the first quarter. Dominique Pasquale runs upfield with the ball after picking Bear River's fumble. Running back Cole White fights against the Whitney defense. Dominic Pasquale runs with the ball after intercepting it. Whitney defense takes down Johnny Jewett. Bear River's Johnny Jewett fights to gain yards against Whitney's Nick Law. Bear River's Jason Varni is brought down by the Whitney defense. Bear River's Jason Talbot trips up Whitney's Zack Graves. Casey O'Donnell tackles Zach Graves in the 4th quarter. Bear River defense brings down Whitney's Zach Graves. Taylor Irwin receives a 10-yard touchdown pass, making his way through the Bear River defense. Whitney halfback Zack Graves runs with the ball in the first quarter. While slipping through the grip of Alex Loza, Taylor Irwin scores a Whitney touchdown to make the score 19-7 in the fourth. Wildcat Zack Graves carries the ball to the Bruins' 2-yard line. Jake Snyder is brought down by the Bear River defense after a 19-yard pass play. Jason Varni brought down by Whitney defense. Jason Varni runs towards the end zone in the first quarter, but is stopped just shy of a touchdown by Reese Major (right). Bear River's Casey O'Donnell and Whitney's Jake Snyder go up for a Whitney pass on 3rd and 26, with O'Donnell breaking up the pass.