Kellen Moore Camp June 26th/27th

Parents/Players:

Great opportunity.  Kellen Moore (Former Prosser, Boise St. and Current Detroit Lions QB) is having a two day skill camp.  Go to: .  www.kellenmooreqb.com for more information.  This is an opportunity to work with Professional and College Players and Coaches.  This is a great opportunity. More info below:

Date: June 26th and 27th

Location: Richland High School

930 Long Ave Richland, WA 99352

Participants: QB/RB/WR/TE (7th-12th grade)

Cost: $75 Pre-Registered (Limited to 250 participants)


Follow us on Twitter for more updates and information: @KellenMooreQB


“I am excited for the opportunity to provide student-athletes with a fundamental development football camp in Eastern Washington. It is our goal to surround the campers with the best players and coaches from around the northwest.”

— Kellen Moore


What you get:

Each Player will receive a camp gift package including a camp t-shirt, Detroit Lions equipment, a football manual (to be used in the classroom session), and many more things to come!

Camp Giveaways:

  • Signed Kellen Moore Football
  • Signed Matthew Stafford Football
  • Signed Calvin Johnson Football
  • More to come...

What to bring:

This is a non-contact camp so all you need is proper athletic clothes, cleats, and a football if you want as a quarterback! 

Ed Troxel Scholarship Golf Tournament

Parents and Community Members: I’m forwarding an email from Rob Ellsworth regarding the Ed Troxel Scholarship Golf Tournament.  Coach Troxel was our beloved Kennewick High Football Coach during the 1980’s.  His tradition of excellence lives on through his Scholarship program supporting KSD students.  This year’s event is May 2nd. Please consider your involvement.

Appreciatively,

Bill Templeton, Head Football Coach – Kennewick High School

Dear Kennewick Football Families,

Beginning this year, the Ed Troxel Foundation is not only supporting KSD student scholarships, but also our football programs.  On May 2nd at Canyon Lakes, we will be a key player in the Ed Troxel Golf Tradition.  Our program is guaranteed $3000 from this event, but we need our Lion family to support and participate, so the Troxel Foundation can continue this with us and grow it even further.

Please visit www.EdTroxel.com to either register to participate in golfing &/or be a hole sponsor.

Thanks and Go Lions!


Rob Ellsworth | CCIM

Managing Broker

Windermere Real Estate | Tri.Cities

2014 All Conference Selections

2014 Mid Columbia Conference All-League Selections

1st Team4 aroyyo5 kutzke34 vallier

Mike Vallier - 12 - LB

Josh Kutzke - 12 - ST

Anthony Arroyo - 12 - P

 

2nd Team28 norwood

DJ Dyer - 11 - OL

Dwight Norwood - 12 - RB

 

Honorable Mention13 sittman5 kutzke61 loomis

Jared Gray - 10 - DB

Alex Loomis - 12 - DL

Josh Kutzke - 12 - TE

Brock Sittman - 12 - WR

Football Banquet on 11/19

Parents and Players:

I wanted to invite all Players 9th -12th to our Football Awards Program next Wednesday evening (November, 19th.)

Starts at 7:15 so basketball players can hurry over when their practice ends at 7:00.

Cafeteria

We had a good year and our boys played hard and developed.  We are excited for the future.

We are asking each family to bring a dessert.  The football program will supply plates, forks, and napkins.  We’ll also have water.

Hope to see you Wednesday,

Kennewick clinches MCC 3A No. 2 seed with win

The Kennewick Lions needed a win or a Southridge loss to clinch a spot in the District 5/ 8 regional crossover playoffs and give themselves a chance to reach state for the third time in the last four seasons.

They got both Friday night, stomping Hanford 56-14 in a Mid-Columbia Conference game at Lampson Stadium at the same time Richland was handing the Suns a 14-3 loss.

With the win, the Lions (4-5) earn the right to travel to Spokane to meet Greater Spokane League champion Mt. Spokane (7-2) on Friday.

The Falcons had no answer defensively for Kennewick running back Dwight Norwood, who rushed 21 times for 231 yards and three touchdowns. The Lions ran for six scores on the day, and Josh Kutzke, who took over for injured starter Matt Driver, passed for two more.

Hanford quarterback Desmond Samples found Kendall Watson for a 38-yard touchdown pass late in the first quarter to cut Kennewick’s lead to 14-7, but the Lions scored the next 42 points to pull away.