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By the Tri-City HeraldOctober 16, 2012 

2002: Freshman Tana Renz connected in the eighth round of a shootout as Pasco finally prevailed over Kamiakin 5-4 in penalty kicks after a scoreless regulation in Big Nine soccer at Lampson Stadium. Renz's sister, junor Ashley Renz, made a save in the sixth round that kept the Bulldogs in the shootout and gave little sis a chance for the winner. Kamiakin keeper Heather Davis made a pair of saves in the shootout.

1992: Prosser quarterback Neal Bybee threw for 216 yards, running back Randy Carter ran for 132 yards, and the Mustangs scored on eight of their first nine possessions in a 56-14 win over Hanford at Fran Rish Stadium. The Mustangs, ranked second in Class AA, improved to 6-0 overall, and the 14 points for the Falcons was double what Prosser had allowed in its first six games combined.

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