Here are the Mid-Columbia prep football stars of the night for Sept. 7, 2012:
Devven Ramos, rb, Kennewick
Ran for 169 yards and two touchdowns in the Lions' 23-7 win over Chiawana at Edgar Brown Stadium. His 28 carries helped Kennewick domination the time of possession, and his play at linebacker was part of a Lions' defensive effort that limited the Riverhawks to 137 yards and 10 first downs.
K Perrins, wr, Kamiakin
Caught six balls for 148 yards, including three second-quarter touchdowns as the Braves bolted to a three-TD lead and went on to a 28-7 win over Hanford at Fran Rish Stadium. His scoring catches covered 36, 26 and 63 yards from QB Kylle Robertson.
Josh Phillips, rb, Richland
Rolled up 179 yards and two scores to lead the Bombers to a 26-20 win at Walla Walla. He scored on a 50-yard run in the third quarter, then crashed in from 10 yards out to pull Richland into a 20-all tie early in the fourth quarter.
Kadin Diaz, rb, Southridge
Came up big at every turn for the Suns in a thrilling 25-21 win over Sunnyside at Lampson Stadium. First, he returned a blocked punt 27 yards for a touchdown to get Southridge out to a 10-point lead in the second quarter. He also scored a pair of fourth-quarter TDs to get the Suns back in front and ended the Grizzlies' final drive with an interception.
Danny Raap, wr, Prosser
A week after playing the hero in overtime against Kamiakin, the senior came up big in a CWAC blowout with six catches for 121 yards and three TDs. His 18- and 20-yard catches helped the Mustangs charge out to a 29-0 lead in the first quarter, and he added a 50-yard score in the second quarter before taking it easy the rest of the night.
Alex Myrick, qb, Royal
After scoring with TD passes, kickoff and punt returns last week, the senior was at it again in a 39-6 rout of Quincy. He completed 18 of 23 passes for 218 yards and three TDs, ran for two more scores and returned an interception 84 yards for a pick-six.