Football Practice Just A Week Away!

Excitement is in the air as the Kennewick Lions begin fall football practice on Wednesday 8/17!

Word is getting out about the level of talent the Lions posess this year including Bryce Leavitt, Devven Ramos, Grant Woods, and Bodie Simpson just to name a few.

Look for the full roster and more as fall practices get underway counting down to the season opener 9/2 on the road vs. Pendleton!

2011 Football Camp

2011 Football Camp

Ages: 3rd - 8th Grades (entering Fall quarter 2011)
Dates: July 18th, 19th, 20th
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Location: Lampson Stadium - Kennewick

Staff: Bill Templeton, Head Football Coach at Kennewick High, Craig Beverlin, former head coach of Kamiakin High School; and Tom Moore, former head coach of Prosser High School

Fee: $50/Child OR $75/Family

Registration Form

Sponsored by: Washington Sports Network (WSN)

Summer Activities 2011

Summer Camp Info & Forms!

Required Forms and Summer Athletic Development Forms are available.  Head over to the the Downloads Page for more information

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."


Read more: http://www.tri-cityherald.com/2010/10/22/1219800/cross-town-rivals-square-off-with.html#ixzz137pUNv6p

Kennewick Over Sunnyside

Kennewick 34, Sunnyside 7

By the Herald staff

SUNNYSIDE -- Kennewick Lions quarterback Drew Loftus had a career night against the Grizzlies to earn their first CBBN 3A league victory of the season.

Loftus rushed 11 times for 235 yards and five touchdowns.

He also threw for 150 yards.

Loftus scored on runs of 63, 45, 38, 9 and 1 yards for the Lions (2-2, 1-2).


Read more: http://www.tri-cityherald.com/2010/10/02/1192799/kennewick-34-sunnyside-7.html#ixzz11VMWcvnL
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