Idaho Team Camp Itinerary & What to Bring

See below for the 2018 Idaho Team Camp Itinerary and team Groupings.  GO Lions!

pdf2018 Team Camp Itinerary

pdfTeam Camp Groupings

pdfWhat to Bring to Camp


What to Bring to Camp:

Gear: Cleats, Full Gear / Practice Jersey / Mouth Piece, etc. We will hand out new shorts/T-shirts before we leave on Monday.

Personal Items: bedding, pillow, towels and toiletries. There are laundry facilities if needed.

Misc: Some Spending Money (for snacks, Idaho SWAG,) Your own snacks (if you’d like)

For Monday – We are leaving at 9:00 am. Please bring some food to snack on throughout the day – Idaho isn’t feeding us until dinner.

College Showcase in Spokane @ Whitworth

Pro Vision Spokane Showcase

Football players entering grades 10-12 in the fall 2018 are invited to participate in a OPTIONAL 1-Day Non-Contact Camp on Saturday, June 9th 2018. Cost of the camp is $95

The event is hosted by Whitworth University and will feature representatives from the following colleges:

Eastern Wash
Montana Western

For more information see the attached flyer or contact coach Templeton

KEHS v Pasco - TC Herald Video


Kennewick rolls Pasco, into postseason with Kamiakin win over Southridge

Offensively, a maligned Kennewick unit moved the ball at will against Pasco’s defense. The offensive line blasted open truck-sized gaps up front, and fullback JJ Rodriguez (nine carries for 82 yards) and tailback Cedric Riel (10 carries, 55 yards, three touchdowns) took advantage.

“It’s very exciting,” said Riel, a senior. “Our season took a huge, positive turn last week, and it’s all about just carrying that momentum into next week. This is probably the last game I’m going to play in this stadium, and it couldn’t have gone any better.”

With the running game picking up yards in chunks, quarterback Tim Gee had his best game of the season. The junior completed 10 of 16 passes for 122 yards, with no interceptions, and found Zenon Thornton 3 times for 63 yards, which included a 21-yard scoring strike

The victory kept Kennewick alive for the conference’s second and final 3A postseason berth. The Lions (3-6, 2-5) needed No. 5 Kamiakin (7-1, 5-1) to beat Southridge (3-5, 2-4) later Thursday to clinch their spot.


The Kennewick High School football team came into Thursday night’s matchup against Pasco with a goal in mind: Stop the run.

Mission accomplished.

The Lions defense only allowed Pasco’s feature running back Efrain Farias to four carries of more than four yards — just one before the subs entered in the fourth quarter — as he finished with 74 yards on 22 totes, and Kennewick took down Pasco 35-7 in a must-win, MCC season finale game at Lampson Stadium.

“Coach (Oliver) Browning and the rest of the defensive staff worked very, very hard this week,” Kennewick coach Bill Templeton said. “Our kids are more and more and more starting to learn our scheme and our fits, our coverages. We’re doing things at the right time.”

Kennewick beat Southridge 12-7 last week to stay in playoff contention

“It’s the first win streak of the year,” Templeton said. “We’ll enjoy it right now, then get back to work tomorrow. We’re Braves fans for the next 3 hours or so, and we’ll see what happens.”

As poor as the result turned out to be for the Bulldogs (0-9, 0-7), they started the game with a flurry.

Kennewick received the opening kickoff and drove into Pasco territory on just three plays, but Jose Moreno-Gudino stripped the ball on a run by Rodriguez, and Farias recovered to change possession. Pasco then drove 69 yards in 8 minutes, 30 seconds, with Kason Tate hitting on 5 of 5 passes for 56 yards and finding Brandon Scott on a 6-yard fade route to take a 7-0 lead.

“I feel after the first drive we kind of woke up,” said Kennewick defensive lineman and fullback Moses McAninch, who finished with two tackles for loss and three catches for 26 yards. “Playing Thursday at 5 ain’t the best feeling, but I feel like that woke us up a bit. We got the run in check, which forced them to rely on the pass more, screens and such.”

Tate struggled from there, completing just one of seven passes for 2 yards and a pick to close the half, and the Lions scored 28 unanswered points to take a three-touchdown lead into the locker room that would never be threatened.

Riel popped his third touchdown of the game in, from 4 yards out, with 11 minutes to play, which capped the scoring and turned out to be the only points of the second half.

Tate finished the game with 141 yards on 20 of 34 passing, but was intercepted by Tucker Newman, Emilio Ramos and Joey Garza.

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Kennewick WA 99336
Phone: 509-585-3230
A.D.: Anna Harris
Principal: Ron King
Coach: Randy Affholter