Kamiakin High School’s Zach Borisch (15) moves past a tackle attempt from Lakes High School during a state playoff game last fall at Neil F. Lampson Stadium in Kennewick. Borisch’s family plans to provide his helmet for his senior season, rather than have him use a school-issued helmet, thanks to a recent Kennewick School Board decision allowing players and their families to provide their own helmets.
Kamiakin High School’s Zach Borisch (15) moves past a tackle attempt from Lakes High School during a state playoff game last fall at Neil F. Lampson Stadium in Kennewick. Borisch’s family plans to provide his helmet for his senior season, rather than have him use a school-issued helmet, thanks to a recent Kennewick School Board decision allowing players and their families to provide their own helmets. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Kamiakin High School’s Zach Borisch (15) moves past a tackle attempt from Lakes High School during a state playoff game last fall at Neil F. Lampson Stadium in Kennewick. Borisch’s family plans to provide his helmet for his senior season, rather than have him use a school-issued helmet, thanks to a recent Kennewick School Board decision allowing players and their families to provide their own helmets. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Schools consider allowing football players to provide own helmets

July 03, 2016 06:59 PM

UPDATED July 03, 2016 07:03 PM

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