Big Game Looms

Cross-town rivals square off with playoff berth on the line

By Jack Millikin, Herald staff writer

For the last 14 years, the Kennewick Lions and Southridge Suns have put pride and sweat on the line in their cross-town football rivalry.

This year the stakes are a little higher, however, as both teams remain in the fight for one of the four 3A regional playoff spots on Friday, Nov. 5.

The Suns (3-4, 3-2 CBBN 3A) will take on the Lions (5-2, 3-2) at 7:30 p.m. today at Lampson Stadium.

A win for Southridge clinches a regional berth, but a Kennewick win -- along with a Pasco win -- means a Week 9 showdown against the Bulldogs at Edgar Brown Stadium for the final playoff spot.

"First, it's Kennewick versus Southridge. Playoffs aside, it means a lot to both sides," Lions coach Bill Templeton said. "We both want to go out and perform well."


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Kennewick tops Hermiston

Kennewick tops Hermiston 27-20

By Brandon Jones, Special to the Herald

KENNEWICK -- Kennewick quarterback Drew Loftus had 173 yards and two touchdowns through the air, as the Lions hung on to defeat the Hermiston Bulldogs 27-20 in a nonleague game at Lampson Stadium on Friday.

The Lions offense set the tone on the first drive of the game as they marched over 70 yards on 10 plays to go up 7-0.

Loftus rolled out to the left after a bad snap and put a 20-yard pass on the money to Devven Ramos in the end zone -- the first of many big plays he would make on this night.

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2010 Freshmen

2010 Freshmen

2010 Freshmen Class –

Kennewick Football wants you!  Statistics show that kids who are involved in school activities have a more successful high school experience than those who don’t.  Our program pursues excellence and will help you do the same.  The student-athletes in your class have the potential to do great things here at KeHS.  To best fulfill this potential, there are things we must do. These include, but aren’t restricted to the following:

1) Achieve (At Least) a 2.0 GPA this spring and beyond.

2) Participate in Spring Football

3) Attend FB Camp - Fundraisers available

4) Attend Athletic Development Camp

5) Take “Cross-Training” or “Strength and Conditioning” next Fall

(Zero Hour (6:30 AM) is best for 9th Grade Schedules)

Make requests to your KeHS Counselor when you register for classes

 

Thank you, Bill Templeton – Head Coach, Kennewick High School

Kennewick looking to ride rushing attack to victory

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