Josh Mendoza goes on his own 21-0 run, Jax Lee and the Bombers D stifle the Kennewick offense and the Richland High School football team rolls to a 48-7 win over the visiting Lions on Friday at Fran Rish Stadium.
The Kamiakin Braves prevailed over the Chiawana Riverhawks 26-20 on Friday at Lampson Stadium in a double overtime game that was evenly matched from the opening kickoff. Champ Grayson hauled in a 27-yard touchdown, his second of the game, on the first possession of the second overtime session, then Jaxson Nichols' deflected Chiawana's fourth-down pass on the ensuing drive to close out the victory.
The Kamiakin Braves gave up 417 yards and 4 touchdowns to Andrew Vargas when they lost to the Chiawana Riverhawks 35-13 last year. Coach Scott Biglin and his players are determined to not get pushed around again.
Wide receiver/defensive back Adam Weissenfels, defensive lineman Jax Lee and coach Mike Neidhold discuss the Richland High School football team's nonleague wins over Bellevue and Wenatchee, and preview their first MCC game of the season, against the Kennewick Lions.
The Kamiakin Braves beat the Lewis and Clark Tigers 49-13 on Friday at Lampson Stadium, but there's still plenty of room for improvement as they head into their first conference game, against Chiawana, next week.
After knocking off one of the top teams in the state in Week 1, the Bellevue Wolverines, the Richland High School football team will look to clean up some mistakes in their home opener Friday against Wenatchee.