The Bruins get their first winning season in six years and will take on No. 6 Tigard in the playoffs

OUTLOOK PHOTO: DAVID BALL - Barlow running back Jobi Malary finds the end zone on an 11-yard run to start the second half in the Bruins 53-22 win at David Douglas last Friday.

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Team Score
Barlow (5-4)
David Douglas (0-9)

Barlow secured a playoff spot and it's first winning season since 2011 with a 53-22 blowout win at David Douglas to end the regular season Friday night.

"Our season was on the line tonight, we had to come in and take care of business," Barlow running back Jobi Malary said.

After getting stuck with a three-and-out to start the second half, the Bruins would find the end zone on their next three drives allowing the second unit to take the field for the fourth quarter.

Malary found his way through the middle from 11 and 8 yards out for the first two scores, while tight end Dom Jacoby pulled down a fourth-down pass for the third touchdown to put Barlow on top 53-14.

Barlow (5-4) travels to Three Rivers League champion Tigard (7-2) for a first-round game next Friday.

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