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

See Full article

http://www.tri-cityherald.com/sports/high-school/prep-football/article97959292.html

No Practice Saturday 9/3

Parents / Players:

Due to Prosser cancelling our JV game with them on Monday, there will be NO JV Practice tomorrow (Sat.) morning.  JV and Varsity will practice in Lampson on Monday at 4:00 PM,

Thank you,

Coach Templeton

Defense keys Prosser’s 28-7 win over Kennewick

Offense and Defense Shine Under the Space Needle

IMG 8365-web

 

Result:                  1Q          2Q          3Q          4Q          FINAL

Kennewick          7              13           9              7              37

Cleveland            0              6              0              0              6

 

 

Scoring:

1st Quarter

8:57 – KHS  AJ Templeton to Blake Loftus 39-yard Pass (Emilio Ramos Kick)

 

2nd Quarter

10:54 – CHS Chris Sheckles 6-yard run (conversion failed)

7:36 – KHS Templeton to Loftus 20-yard Pass (Kick Failed)

5:05 – KHS Kyle Benton Punt Block recovered for TD ( Andrew Fridley 2pt conversion good)

 

3rd Quarter

7:50 – KHS Templeton 1-yard Run (Ramos Kick)

2:36 – KHS Safety

 

4th Quarter

10:35 – KHS Templeton to Austin Albertin 9-yard Pass (Ramos Kick)

 

 

Recap:

On a sunny Seattle day at the base of the Space Needle, the Kennewick Lions overmatched the Cleveland Eagles 37-6.  The Lions offense got on track early behind the arm of Sophomore QB AJ Templeton.  In the first quarter Templeton hooked up with senior receiver Blake Loftus for a 39-yard TD pass.  The same pair would connect later on a 20-yard TD score to put the Lions up for good.  Templeton finished 12-20 for 195-yards and 3TD, Loftus had 8 catches on the day for 149-yards and 2TD.  The Lions defense proved a stout test for the Eagles, limiting their run-heavy offense to 105-yards on 35 carries.  Austin Albertin had an interception for the lions.  Junior Kyle Benton blocked a punt and recovered it in the end zone for a score.