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  Moses Lake Bulls (2004) Columbia Basin Bulls (2005)

 

Years of Operation: 2004 - 2005

 

Overall Record:  0-21

 

First Game: Apr 3, 2004 vs West Plains Cowboys

 

First Win: Never won a game.

 

Final Game: June 11, 2005 vs Wenatchee Rams

 

League Affiliation:  

Inland Northwest Football League (2004)

Evergreen Football League (2005)

 

 

 

Team Headquarters:

 

Warden, WA

Owner:  Jared Crum (2004 -05)  Dave Kramer (2005)

 

 

General Manager: Jared Crum (2004 -05)

 

Coaches: Jim Whitaker

 

Home Field(s): Warden HS

Titles Won

None

 

 

 

 

The Bulls suffered through a winless inaugural season in 2004 as a part of the Inland Northwest Football League.  After leaving the INWFL for the Evergreen Football League, owner Jared Crum changed the name of the team to the Columbia Basin Bulls in an effort to encompass a larger regional draw.

 

2005 was another winless season, but the Bulls found more offensive firepower than 2005, matching their 2004 output of 26 points in their third game.

 

In 2006 Jared Crum decided to step down from the Bulls and Dave Kramer took over but was not allowed to play in the EFL because of a conflict with a player owned team which would become the Columbia Basin Riverhawks.  The Bulls franchise would be dissolved before the 2006 season got underway.

2004 Schedule/Results (0-10):

 
Mar 27 - Apple Valley Bucks cancel
Apr 3 - West Plains Cowboys

0-41

Apr 10 - Walla Walla Stars 0-21
Apr 17 - Yakima Scorpions 0-27
Apr 25 - Tri-Cities Rattlers 0-77
May 1 - Palouse Thunder 10-38
May 8 - West Plains Cowboys 15-18
May 15 - Walla Walla Stars 0-52
May 22 - Yakima Scorpions 0-21
May 29 - Tri-Cities Rattlers 0-69
June 5 - Palouse Thunder 0-69
   
2005 Schedule/Results (0-11):  
Mar 19 - Okanogan Commandos 6-7
Apr 2 - Wenatchee Rams 0-39
Apr 9 - Tri City Knights 26-44
Apr 16 - Yakima Mavericks 7-14
Apr 23 - State Line Miners 12-45
Apr 30 - Spokane SaberCats 0-40
May 14 - Walla Walla Stars 0-52
May 21 - Palouse Thunder 15-40
May 28 - Yakima Mavericks 6-60
June 4 - Tri City Knights 7-37
June 11 - Wenatchee Rams 7-41
   
   

 

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News Releases

 

2005 Name/League Change

 
 
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