Summer Letter 2015

Lion Nation:

We started our 2015 campaign the Monday after our 2014 season ended last November. We met with each of the Upper Classmen and discussed personal and team goals – in the classroom, the weight room, and on the field. We as coaches have evaluated our program, critiqued our performance, and created a plan to better build a championship program in terms of Character Development, Relationship Building, and Results Achievement. Ultimately, it's our players' attitudes, efforts, and performances that will determine if we achieve our goals in 2015. Players and Parents... we need your buy in.

Players: It's been said that players are made in the off-season (Bigger, Stronger, Faster,) and Teams are made in-season. To be the best team we can be in the fall, you need to develop into the best player you can be over the next two months. We are the sum of our parts... and each part is crucial. Make a commitment to the summer and you are making a commitment to our fall. Show up and work hard.

Parents: Please commit to encouraging your son to attend and engage in the rigor of Spring Football and Summer Strength and Conditioning. Football is not a contact sport – it is a collision sport. Your son's body needs to be ready for the pure physicality of the game. Our summer program will assist in injury prevention and will make your son the most explosive football player he can be. Furthermore, we strongly believe that weight room participation is a crucial element in developing character, relationships, and results. We greatly appreciate your support.

With Great Excitement and Enthusiasm,

Coach Templeton and the entire Lion FB Staff

Information on Camp Week - Please Read 6/9/15

Good Morning Parents and Players –

  1. It was a hot one yesterday – good job fighting through it.  I think we are in for another high temperature practice today.  We will continue to give multiple water breaks, etc. Players – please hydrate during the day.
  2. Players need (7) practices to be eligible to scrimmage next Monday at FB camp (they can still practice with team in the morning.)  If your athlete will not have (7) practices by Saturday (we have practice today and Saturday morning which count toward the 7,) I will be upstairs in the wt. room tomorrow (Wed.) and Thursday from 1:30-3:00 for those who need to make up.  Please wear helmet and shoulder pads.  We will run around and catch some footballs for about 20 minutes.
  3. $5 Physicals: Saturday, June 13 8am-11am Trios 521 N. Young St. Kenn
  4. Spring Fundraiser:  Details in attachment.  Basically, we will be collecting emails and cell #’s and asking those individuals to sponsor our program. We will be running our fundraiser through “Snap Raise.”
  5. FB Camp Itinerary: See attachment, but some highlights:
    1. Starts next Monday (June 15th) – JV/Varsity meet a 9:00 AM  / Frosh Start practice on 6th and Dayton Field at 11:00 AM.
    2. Frosh will stay at KHS through the afternoon and will ride bus out to Hanford HS for Scrimmages. (Players will need ride home from Hanford / Parents encouraged to come watch scrimmages – 6:00-7:30 – they sometimes start a little early so you may want to show up at 5:30.)
    3. JV/Varsity – After you break from KHS at 2:15, you will need to be at HHS by 3:45 – you will be working with college coaches starting at 4:00.
    4. M-W is basically the same each day, however, our entire program will be going to Hermiston Thursday morning and will return around 1:30. Camp will be over for the day at that time.
    5. Camp scrimmages are Friday, Please look at schedule.

Have a great day,

Coach Templeton



pdf2015 Football Camp Itinerary

pdf2015 Spring Football Fundraiser

From Coach T - 6/1/15

Parents / Players –

We start practice today after school.

Incoming 8th Graders – Hustle over from middle school.  Meet at the field on 6th and Dayton. Helmets only.

10th-12th – 3-5 In Lampson. Helmets only.

Clarification on MORNING PRACTICES: We set these up mainly for baseball players who have after school practice conflicts.  There was NO PRACTICE this morning – I apologize to any that may have come this morning.  We have been making announcements at school and tried to relay that info a gear checkout, but I think there were some folks missed. Again, I apologize. 

PHANTOM AA BASEBALL PLAYERS – both Tomorrow (Tues) and Wednesday, we will have Morning Practice in Lampson because you have baseball right after school. You need “X” amount of practice to be able to participate in football camp so we will get those in Tuesday and Wednesday.

Have a great day,

Coach T.

Summer Football Information!

A Couple Things:

1) We are close to starting and we are excited to get to work!
2) If your son has not received his gear –  I will open up the equipment room (by wt. room area) on Sunday 3/31 from 3-4:30 PM. Football packets must be completed before your son receives gear (Packets available at equipment room.)
3) A.M. Practices – Early Morning Practices are only for Phantom AA baseball players. There is NO morning practice this Monday, but there are A.M. Practices on Tuesday/Wednesday. Future A.M. Practices to be announced at later time.
4) Frosh – Practice starts this Monday on the (Frosh Field – 6th & Dayton) from 3-5 PM – we understand coming from the Middle Schools might delay you. Just get here as fast as you can. You will wear shorts, cleats, white practice jersey (probably want a t-shirt underneath, and your helmet.
5) JV/Varsity – Lunch Meeting next Monday and Tuesday.

  • Monday – 10th graders w/ Slagle 11th/12th Graders with Templeton
  • Tuesday – 10th graders w/ Templeton 11th/12th Graders with Slagle

6) JV/Varsity – 1st Practice – Monday 3-5 in Lampson (be there at least 15 minutes early.)

Let's Go!

Coach Templeton


Kellen Moore Camp June 26th/27th


Great opportunity.  Kellen Moore (Former Prosser, Boise St. and Current Detroit Lions QB) is having a two day skill camp.  Go to: . 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.


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 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.


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.

Kennewick beats Southridge 32-9

Special to the Tri-City Herald October 17, 2014

Bill Templeton has done a lot of mish-mashing with his lineups this season. Just when the Kennewick Lions appear to get some traction and put out the lineup Templeton penciled in to start the season, they seem to get bitten by the injury bug.

Case in point: Last week against Richland. The Lions were without their top running back, Dwight Norwood, and one of their best two-way players, Michael Vallier, in a loss to the Bombers.

Those two were back Friday night, and so was Kennewick’s running game.

Norwood rushed for three touchdowns, and Vallier had some key runs as the Lions ran away from Southridge 32-9 on Friday night at Lampson Stadium.

“I thought our offensive line did a nice job tonight,” Templeton said. “We talked all week about what (they) can do as individuals to make us better and make this team better.”

With the win, Kennewick (3-4, 2-3 Mid-Columbia Conference) takes control of the conference’s second playoff spot. The Lions are at Chiawana next Friday night.

“That’s always the goal,” Vallier said. “This is great as a senior to go out with a win over Southridge.”

Norwood, who was injured two weeks ago in a win over Pasco, did not play last week in the Lions’ 44-7 loss to the Bombers. He made his return to the backfield known right away Friday night.

Norwood ran the ball 31 times for 232 yards and three touchdowns. He had four runs of 20 yards or more, including a 52-yard touchdown run that all but put the game away.

Norwood got free, eluding several Suns defenders at the line of scrimmage and breaking loose down the left sideline to give the Lions a 29-0 lead with 5:55 to play in the third quarter.

Southridge (1-6, 1-4) did not go away and put some pressure on the Lions late in the third quarter and into the fourth. After a Kennewick turnover, Andrew Stayrook burst down the sideline to get Southridge on the board with 1:53 remaining in the third quarter to make the score 29-7. It was Southridge’s first offensive touchdown in two games. The Suns’ lone score last week against Walla Walla came on an interception return.

On Kennewick’s next possession, quarterback Matthew Driver fumbled the ball in the end zone for a safety to get the Suns within 29-9, and the Suns suddenly had some life.

But the momentum was short-lived as a fumble ended the Suns’ next drive.

“They play hard, and they didn’t give up,” Templeton said.

The Suns’ offense, which ranks last in the MCC at a little more than 155 yards per game, again struggled. The Suns had just 29 yards of total offense in the first half, and they finished the game with 177.

Most of those yards came off the arm of Jair Ealy-Thomas, who entered late in the second quarter to provide a spark to the Suns. Ealy-Thomas, after a hot start, finished 7-of-22 passing for 104 yards.

“We wanted to stop the run,” Vallier said. “That’s always our main focus.

“We just have to keep getting better.”

Kennewick rumbles past Pasco 48-20

Matthew Driver chuckled when asked about the amount of passes he threw Friday night.

It was exactly two. The Kennewick junior quarterback was 1-for-2 for 9 yards and a touchdown.

The lack of the passing game was just a product of the Lions’ game plan.

“It would have been nice to throw a little more, but we knew our running game was going to have a big night,” he said.

And he was right. The Lions ran up and down the field on Pasco, amassing more than 400 yards on the ground in a 48-20 victory over the Bulldogs at Lampson Stadium.

“We wanted to control the ball tonight,” Lions coach Bill Templeton said. “We knew their offense was explosive, and we did a good job of keeping them off the field.”

Kennewick used a big second quarter to pull away from Pasco for its first Mid-Columbia Conference victory of the season.

Dwight Norwood had three first-half touchdown runs, the final one a 15-yard sprint around the right side to put Kennewick ahead 26-7 with 5:34 to go before halftime.

Norwood, who entered the game third in the conference in rushing yards, carried the ball 14 times for 132 yards and the three scores, all in the first half. He did not play in the second half after suffering an arm injury.

That opened the door for Raymond Gutierrez to lead the running attack. Gutierrez finished the night with 22 carries for 160 yards and two touchdowns.

All totaled, the Lions had 57 carries for 402 yards and six rushing touchdowns.

“We did a good job of blocking on the edge,” Templeton said.

Driver, who spent almost the entire night handing the ball off, did make the most of his only throw in the second half, hitting Michael Vallier for a 9-yard touchdown reception.

“This week was all about executing,” Driver said. “The coaches put us in the right spots, it’s just up to us to execute.”

Kennewick (2-3, 1-2) travels to play Richland (1-4, 1-2) next week.

“I think this win was good for us,” Templeton said. “Richland is a good team, and they will be ready.”

Pasco, which fell behind early, appeared to be one or two big plays away from getting back in the game late in the second quarter and then early in the third.

However, some key dropped passes and a turnover stifled the pass-heavy offense.

Kolby Killoy, the conference’s leading passer, was 19-of-36 passing for 234 yards and a touchdown. However, he was just 3-for-8 in the second half for 28 yards and a touchdown.

“This is a good win for us right now,” Templeton said.

Wa-Hi slows down Lions in 34-14 win

WALLA WALLA — With fewer than 20 minutes left until kickoff Friday, the Walla Walla High School pep band marched into Borleske Stadium and inadvertently blocked Kennewick running back Dwight Norwood’s path as he and some teammates attempted to jog to the locker room.

The forward progress of the Lions’ bell cow rusher would remain “frustrated by Blue Devil” for the duration of the evening. Walla Walla neutralized Norwood by keeping Kennewick’s offense stuck in third-and-unmanageable all night, and unleashed its own dormant rushing attack after halftime to cruise to a 34-14 victory in the Mid-Columbia Conference football opener for both teams.

“We flushed those last two weeks,” said Wa-Hi senior Mitchell Huffman, who caught two touchdown passes from Trever Coronado in the first half. “This is when the real season begins.”

In posting its first win of the season, Walla Walla (1-2, 1-0 MCC) rediscovered the power running game that helped produce a winning season in 2013. Coronado was 9-of-16 passing for 129 yards in the first half but attempted just five passes after recess. Meanwhile, the Blue Devils — after gaining 14 rushing yards as an afterthought over the first two quarters — erupted for 212 in the second half.

“We haven’t been running the ball well,” Huffman said. “We wanted to set the tone.”

The tone — somewhere between “jet engine” and “death metal” — was struck on Wa-Hi’s opening second-half possession. The Blue Devils ran the ball on six of seven plays during that series, punctuated by Noah Porter’s weaving, slashing, 51-yard touchdown run for a 20-7 lead.

Porter added a 38-yard scoring run later and finished with 133 yards rushing — 118 in the second half.

“Coach (Eric Hisaw) said we were really going to run the ball tonight,” Porter said. “We played with a lot more effort this game, a lot more intensity. We had some mistakes, but ultimately, we kept our heads in it.”

Despite owning a 14-7 lead at recess, Walla Walla probably could built a more comfortable halftime cushion had it capitalized on excellent early field position. The Blue Devils scored just once on their first four possessions despite starting drives at their own 48, then the Lions’ 41, 23 and 44. Wa-Hi took advantage of its shortest field when Coronado found Huffman on a quick slant in the middle of the end zone for a 5-yard touchdown with 29 seconds left in the first quarter.

Norwood’s two-yard touchdown run midway through the second tied the game, but the Blue Devils answered with a seven-play, 67-yard scoring drive capped by Coronado’s 35-yard touchdown catch down the home sideline after a Kennewick defensive back slipped and fell in coverage.

Norwood wasn’t shut down by any means. The 6-foot-1 senior, who came into the contest with 271 yards rushing on 38 carries, had 110 yards rushing, two rushing touchdowns and 233 all-purpose yards. But Norwood saw limited touches in high-leverage situations: Kennewick (1-2, 0-1) faced third down 11 times on Friday, with an average down-and-distance of third-and-12.

“We just wanted to shut down their entire offense,” said Huffman. “Our goal was to hold them to two scores or less. We knew if we shut down 28 (Norwood) and got them in third-and-long, we knew they can’t throw.”

Kennewick quarterback Matthew Driver completed 11 of 20 passes for 84 yards.

Football: Kennewick rolls over Ike 41-0

Special to the Tri-City Herald September 11, 2014

It’s kind of a wonder why the Kennewick Lions even tried to pass the ball Thursday night. But they did — 13 times to be exact.

Maybe it was because the coaching staff got a little bored after calling the same running plays over and over. The reality of it was the Dwight Norwood probably needed a little time to catch his breath.

The senior running back led a dominant ground attack as he sliced its way through an Eisenhower defense all night long, leading the Lions to a 41-0 win over Eisenhower at Lampson Stadium.

“We just wanted to keep running the ball,” Norwood said. “We could tell they were getting tired and started to let down.”

Norwood led the charge with 184 yards on 23 carries in just three quarters and three touchdowns. But it wasn’t just him. Several others got their chances to break through the Cadets defense line and shed tacklers in the secondary. All totaled, Kennewick rushed the ball 37 times for 270 yards and four touchdowns.

“Our offensive line did a great job tonight,” said Kennewick coach Bill Templeton. “They got a good push.”

Norwood continually ran the ball going untouched until he reached the linebackers and defensive backs. That’s when his strength took over shedding the tacklers for extra yards.

“Dwight had a good night,” Templeton said.

Let’s not forget his 78-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to open the third quarter as he tip-toed the sideline to push the Lions lead to 27-0.

“That was big,” he said. “We just wanted to come out strong in the second half.”

The Lions (1-1) opened the season last weekend with a 21-6 loss to Ellensburg. Despite the loss, Templeton thought his team was close.

“We saw a lot of good things last week,” he said. “We were close.”

A week later, the Lions looked like a team that was poised to give teams fits in the Mid-Columbia Conference.

“We had a setback and we were ready for a big comeback,” Norwood said.

Kennewick took a quick lead thanks to an Eisenhower (0-2) fumble deep in its own territory. On the second play of the game, Bryce Reynolds could not handle the snap, and Hayden Docken jumped on the loose ball.

Three plays later, Norwood gave the Lions a quick 7-0 lead less 90 seconds into the game.

The Lions pushed the lead to 14-0 early in the second quarter on a 5-yard touchdown catch by Brock Sittman from Matthew Driver.

After an interception by Jared Gray, his first of two on the night, Kennewick moved the ball 62 yards down the field, capped by a 2-yard touchdown run by Norwood to give the Lions a 20-0 lead with 5:51 left in the half.

The Lions defense allowed just 137 yards of total offense to a Cadet team that had just seven first downs and crossed into Kennewick’s side of the field just twice in the game.

“We played well on both sides of the ball,” Templeton said.

Eisenhower 0 0 0 0 — 0

Kennewick 7 13 21 0 — 41


K — Dwight Norwood 11 run (Norwood kick)

K — Brock Sittman 5 pass from Matthew Driver (Norwood kick)

K — Norwood 2 run (kick fail)

K — Norwood 78 kick return (Norwood kick)

K — Norwood 30 run (Norwood kick)

K — Raymond Gutierrez 12 run (Norwood kick)


RUSHING—E, Luis Leon 11-34, Julian Batten 4-44, Team 2-(minus-19). K, Norwood 23-184, Gutierrez 2-12, Driver 1-5, Alejandro Manzano 4-31, Keyshawn Owens 6-44, Team 1-(minus-6).

PASSING—E, Bryce Reynolds 9-21-3-78. K, Driver 11-16-0-72, Austin Knode 1-1-0-15.

RECEIVING—E, Devon Lawrence 6-48, Deltay Redick 2-21, Noah Ramirez 1-9, K, Sittman 7-51, Andrew Townsend 1-6, Norwood 2-8, Eric Moore 1-9, Leo Contreras 1-15.


Parent Meeting Tuesday Sept 2nd 6pm


Coach Templeton will be holding a parent meeting this coming Tuesday, Sept 2nd from 6pm-6:45pm in the KHS Cafeteria.  See you there!

Fundraising Friday 6-8:30!

Parents -

We are going to have our football fundraising blitz this coming Friday from 6-8:30 PM (right after practice)  Players will be selling Papa John’s cards at that time.  We’ll be selling the cards for $10 and our program will receive $9 of every card sold.

Thank you,

Coach Templeton

Senior Banner Photo Retake

ATTN Senior Parents:

We need to re-shoot the photos for the player banners and will do so this coming Monday, August 18th during clearance night at KeHS from 5-7.

We have some wrong settings on the camera used to shoot the photos, and since we want these to be of utmost quality we would rather re-shoot than deliver a substandard product.  We apologize for any inconvenience this will cause.

So Monday the 18th we will have the photo station set up in the upper gym by the weight-room dots from 5-7pm.  EACH SENIOR NEEDS TO HAVE THEIR PHOTO RETAKEN.  Coach T will have uniforms, pads, and footballs available again so before or after you get your clearance paperwork done stop by and get your picture taken again.

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thanks!

Almost There! - 8/13 Update

Parents -

We are close.

Some important information:

  1. Fall Clearance is next Monday, Aug. 18th from 5-8 PM.   EVERY PLAYER MUST GET CLEARED. SPRING CLEARNING DOES NOT COUNT.
  2. We plan on having our Fundraiser Kickoff Tuesday, Aug. 19th from 5-8 PM, however, there is a chance this date will be changed.  Please stand by for more info.
  3. Eligibility for the first game is as follows: 1) 2.0 + GPA, 2) 12 Days of Practice (out of a possible 14)  This is a WIAA Rule.

Excited to get started and see you Monday, if not before.

Coach Templeton

End of Summer Update


Hey Parents –

Hope all is going well this summer.  We have a few heads up for the next couple weeks:

  1. Helmets only practice tomorrow and Thursday from 10-Noon
  2. Weeks of Monday August 4 – Friday August 15th.  Athletic Development Camp AM/PM + Bench Friday each week.
  3. Fall Clearance. Monday, August 18th / 5-8 PM KeHS.  ALL FOOTBALL PLAYERS REQUIRED TO FILL OUT NEW PACKET! The packets you filled out for Spring will no longer be valid.
  4. Fundraiser Blitz. Tuesday, August 19th / 6-9 PM /  THIS DATE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE, BUT WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED AS WE KNOW.
  5. First Day of Fall Football – Wednesday August 20th. Times TBD
  6. Finish Strong and Enjoy your families.



Coach Templeton

Lions Football Hosts Seahawks Camp!

Seahawks Come to Lampson!


Lions coaches and players hosted the Gatorade Junior Training Camp along with the Seattle Seahawks.

The camps are a FREE two hour clinic that combines basic football fundamentals that focus on self-improvement and a motivational life-skills session with a Seahawks player, coach or alumni.

chandler fenner

This year 3rd year veteran Chandler Fenner along with Mascot Blitz and members of the SeaGals came to Lampson Stadium for the event.




Coach T's July 22 Update


Good Morning –


  1. Practice tomorrow 8-10 AM (all on varsity practice field) (Helmets Only) / Workout following
  2. Seahawks Noon-2 PM – for those players who turned in paperwork to help.
  3. Next week we have workouts 8-9:30 AM M-Th / Practice 10-Noon (Helmets only) / (6 PM workouts for those players who didn’t come in the A.M.)


-Coach T

July 18 Updates

Lion Nation -


A Few Things:

  1. Next Monday and Thursday are our last “EAT” sessions for the summer from 9:30-10:30.  The FEVER players have done an outstanding job with our players!
  2. Next Wednesday, July, 23rd is a helmet only practice from 8-10 AM w/ lifting-conditioning following.
  3. M-Th, July 28, 29,30, 31 are helmet only practices from 10 AM – Noon.  (Athletic Dev. Will before practices each day from 8-10 AM)
  4. Only about 4 ½ weeks until fall camp starts!
  5. SENIORS – PHOTO SHOOT FOR SENIOR BANNERS will be Wednesday, Aug. 13th in the morning.  More Details to come.


Have a great day,

Coach T.

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