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  • DJ Dyer Selected 2015 All-State by Associated Press


    D.J. Dyer of Kennewick was named to the first team on The Associated Press 2015 all-state football team.  Dyer has an offer from Idaho State to play football next year.  DJ is the 22nd Kennewick player to garner 1st team all-state accolades, the last was Drew Loftus in 2010.


    Full 2015 List Below

    CLASS 3A

    Player of the year — Harley Kirsch, sr., Eastside Catholic.



    Quarterback — Harley Kirsch, sr., Eastside Catholic.

    Running backs — Connor Wedington, jr., Sumner; Dionte Simon, sr., Lincoln.

    Wide receivers — Clinton Allen Jr., sr., Bishop Blanchet; Matt Laris, sr., Eastside Catholic.

    Tight end — Cale Lindsay, jr., Lakes.

    All-purpose — Brandon Wellington, sr., Eastside Catholic.

    Offensive line — Maxwell Nauer, sr., Lakes; Kameron Smith, sr., Lincoln; Caleb Davis, jr., Bonney Lake; Korbin Sorenson, sr., Kamiakin; D.J. Dyer, sr., Kennewick.

    Kicker — Van Soderberg, sr., Capital.


    Defensive line — Maxwell Nauer, sr., Lakes; A.J. Ruffin, sr., Wilson; Omar Dyles, sr., Bellevue; Doug Russell, jr., O’Dea.

    Linebackers — Josh Riley, sr., Sumner; Oshea Trujillo, sr., Blanchet; Dalton Dixon, sr., Mt. Spokane; Sam Schuler, sr., Enumclaw.

    Defensive backs — Kendal Yaegle, sr., Central Kitsap; Salvon Ahmed, jr., Juanita; Isaiah Gilchrist, sr., Bellevue; Darreon Moore, jr. Kamiakin.

    Punter — Race Porter, sr., O’Dea.


    Running backs — Ercle Terrell, sr., Bellevue; Andrew Bostic, jr., Lakes.

    Wide receiver — Chris Hunter, sr., Lakes.

    Offensive line — Chase Gyllenhammer, sr., Mt. Spokane; Nick Bartel, Sr., Ferndale.

    Defensive line — Austin Crawford, sr., Kamiakin; Marquis Deweert, sr., Bellevue; Komisi Siolo, sr., Peninsula; Chris Hunter, sr., Lakes; Jacob Reitmeier, sr., Columbia River; Caleb Davis, jr., Bonney Lake

    Linebackers — Elijah McMillon, sr., Lakes; Iain Black, sr., Glacier Peak; Jason Day, jr., Bonney Lake.

    Defensive backs — Connor Wedington, jr., Sumner; Gresch Jensen, sr. Auburn Mountainview.

    Punter — Van Soderberg, Sr., Capital.

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  • Awards Ceremony 5:30-7:00 PM / Wednesday, December 2nd

    Parents/Players/Coaches –

    REMINDER: Awards Ceremony (and Dessert) -  5:30-7:00 PM / Wednesday, December 2nd / KHS Cafeteria / Please bring one Dessert per Family to share with program

    End of Year Meetings:

    Upper Classmen - sign up at awards ceremony for individual meetings with Coach Templeton and Coach Slagle

    Frosh – we will have an ALL-FROSH Lunch meeting this Thursday (December 3rd) to set vision for the off-season and next fall.

    Let’s keep it rolling,

    Coach Templeton

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  • Kennewick’s magical run comes to an end - Tri City Herald

    The Kennewick Lions’ magical run through the football postseason came to an end Saturday with a 35-6 loss at the hands of Lakes.

    The state 3A quarterfinal loss in Lakewood ended a four-week run that saw the Lions having to beat Hanford in the final regular-season game to qualify for the playoffs; a big 34-32 regional road win in Spokane against then 8-2 Mt. Spokane; and a 20-13 first-round state tournament victory last weekend against Wilson of Tacoma.

    For Kennewick coach Bill Templeton, he said his Lions have been feeling good this past month.

    “We really had a lot of fun,” said Templeton.

    The loss to Lakes ends Kennewick’s record at 6-6. The Lancers, who advance to play defending state champion Eastside Catholic next weekend in the semifinals, beat Kamiakin 53-34 last weekend at Lampson Stadium in the first round of state.

    The Lancers were forced to punt early in the game.

    “We came out and tried to play our game, but realized that they were a better team than we expected,” said senior running back Yisrael Stephens. “We came back and stopped them on defense. Our defense wouldn’t let them [score].”

    Forcing the Lions’ Dillon Plew to throw an incomplete pass on 4th-and-5, the Lancers got the ball and the offense returned to the form that averages 47.5 points a game.

    Andrew Bostic became the workhorse and carried the ball for several first downs. Then quarterback Jaiave Magalei tossed the ball to Chris Hunter for a 59 yard touchdown to go up 7-0.

    Bostic ran the ball in from 15 yards out to make it 14-0 in the first, before Kennewick answered on the ensuing kickoff.

    Kennewick’s lone touchdown came on an 86-yard kickoff return by Raymond Gutierrez, who had come on strong the last month for the Lions at running back.

    That was it though. Lakes’ defense recovered one fumble and picked off three passes.

    “First, they have some outstanding players and played well,” said Templeton. “We were in the Red Zone five times and didn’t score.”

    Plew agreed.

    “They’re big, they’re physical, and they’re fast,” Plew said. “We’d have to play a perfect game to beat them.”

    The Lancers defense was aggressive, said Plew.

    “They were disguising their blitzes really well,” he said. “They looked like they’d be in Cover 2 or man and at the last second they’d come up with blitzes. They did really good at disguising the blitzes.”

    Kennewick trailed 28-6 at the half, but the Lions defensively fought back.

    “Our defense shut them out in the second half until we threw an interception and they brought it back 40-plus yards to our 10,” said Templeton.

    On the next play, Stephens scored on a 10-yard run for a 35-6 lead.

    Templeton liked his defense’s play.

    “We held (Magalei) in check for a good portion of the game,” said Templeton.

    He felt the Lions had held standout Hunter in check too. So did Plew.

    “We really stepped up defensively in the second half,” added Plew. “We forced them into six punts, and they turned the ball over on downs another time.”

    Gutierrez finished with 100 yards rushing on 14 carries, while Plew threw for 181 yards on 17-for-34 passing.














    L — Chris Hunter 60 pass from Jaiave Magalei (Kevin Lee kick)

    L —Andrew Bostic 15 run (Lee kick)

    K — Raymond Gutierrez 86 kickoff return (kick failed)

    L — Israel Stephens 4 run (Lee kick)

    L — J.Magalei 1 run (Lee kick)

    L — Stephens 10 run (Lee kick)


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  • All Conference 2015

    The 2015 All Conference Teams were announced the other day and a number of Kennewick Lions were among those selected.  Leading off the pack was Senior DJ Dyer who garnered Offensive Lineman of the year.

    Dyer a 6-4 285lb Earth-mover was a 2nd team selection in 2014.  DJ was the anchor of a stellar line that helped give the 2015 Lions one of the more potent running attacks in the MCC.  Dyer is getting several college looks and is sure to play on Saturdays next fall.


    Dyer was the only Lion selected among the first team

    Devyn Edward, Rogelio Guizar, Andrew Fridley, Brenden Villasenor and Blake Loftus all were selected to the 2nd Team All Conference.

    Devyn Edward was selected as 2nd Team Defensive Back and was one of Kennewick's "Lock-down" corners, with 3 interceptions on the year.  Devyn was also one of the Lions go-to receivers with 15 receptions for 218-yards and 2TDs

    Rogelio Guizar was selected as 2nd Team Linebacker, Rogelio was a stalwart workhorse in the middle of the defense for the Lions.  His play was key to the sucess of the defense this year.

    Andrew Fridley was selected as 2nd Team Linebacker. Fridley, a junior was all over the field for the Lions finding himself in the mix of the action defensively, Andrew will be a key piece of the puzzle for 2016.

    Brenden Villasenor was selected as 2nd Team Offensive Line.  Brenden is just a Junior but has seen varsity action since his Freshman year.  Brenden was another key piece of the Lions run game and will be another key cog in the ongoing sucess of the Lions.

    Blake Loftus was selected as 2nd Team Wide Reciever.  Loftus was the 2nd leading receiver in the MCC with 42 receptions, 460-yards, and  3-TD.  The speedy Loftus, just a Junior, is yet another athletic Lion with another year to play.

    Congratulations to all the all-conference selections for 2015, see below for the full list.


    pdf2015 MCC All Conference Team


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Posted February 6th, 1:53 pm

Kennewick Lions shared Kennewick Wrestling's photo.

Let the post season being. MCC District Wrestling Tournament at Kamiakin HS. Good luck Kennewick wre...

Let the post season being. MCC District Wrestling Tournament at Kamiakin HS. Good luck Kennewick wrestlers. Leave it all on the mat.
Posted February 6th, 1:01 pm

Kennewick Lions shared Tri-City Herald's photo.

Kennewick Lions AD Ronny Coleman talks about the golden NFL football the school received in honor of...

Kennewick Lions AD Ronny Coleman talks about the golden NFL football the school received in honor of Ray Mansfield, a Kennewick grad who was a two-time Super Bowl champion. The NFL sent 3,000 footballs to schools where a player or coach participated in a Super Bowl in honor of the 50th Super Bowl. http://www.tri-cityherald.com/sports/high-school/prep-football/article58762128.html
Posted January 21st, 10:00 pm

Kaytlyn Coleman Awarded Big Sky Field Athlete Of the Week; Coleman moves to 30th in the country amongst DI schools after weight throw victory in Seattle After a first-place finish in the weight throw at the UW Preview (Jan. 16), senior Kaytlyn Coleman was awarded Big Sky Field Athlete of the Week for the week of Jan. 19. Coleman recorded a seasonal-best toss of 62-8 1/2 inches (19.11m) to win the weight throw. With that mark, Coleman moved to first on the Big Sky performance list and up to 30th in the country amongst other Division I schools. The Lewis-Clark State College transfer was third in the weight throw at last year's Big Sky Championships. Her personal best of 64-8 3/4 ranks eighth all-time in Big Sky indoor history and second in school history behind the record of 65-9 held by Nicole Luckenbach (2010). The Eagles will travel to Pullman, Wash., this Saturday, Jan. 23, to compete at the WSU Open where they will compete against other Big Sky Conference competitor Idaho, along with other Division I schools. After last week's performances at the UW Preview, the Eagles have now met 15 conference qualifying standards – five for the men and ten for the women. Of those athletes, freshman Aaron Pullin (heptathlon), junior Sarah Reiter (3,000), and senior Jozie Kimes (pentathlon) rank in the top 25 nationally among other Division I schools. Sophomore Rebecca Tarbert ranks eighth in the women's 55 meter dash on the Big Sky Conference all-time list (third in school history) with her performance at the Candy Cane VIII (Dec. 5). In the Big Sky Conference preseason polls, the Eastern men's team is ranked fifth and the women are picked to finish fourth at the Big Sky Indoor Championships Feb. 26-27 in Bozeman, Mont. EWU Men's Qualifying Standards Met 55 Meters – 6.49 – Jonah Mathews 60 Meters – 6.84 – Jeremy VanAssche Heptathlon – 4,965 points – Aaron Pullin Pole Vault – 16-2 3/4 – Larry Still Pole Vault – 15-9 – Nick Stearns EWU Women's Qualifying Standards Met 55 Meters – 6.99 – Rebecca Tarbert 60 Meters – 7.63 – Rebecca Tarbert 3,000 Meters – 9:39.19 – Sarah Reiter High Jump – 5-7 – Tierra White Weight Throw – 62-8 1/2 - Kaytlyn Coleman Shot Put – 47-3 1/2 - Kaytlyn Coleman Pole Vault – 12-6 1/4 – Anandae Clark Pole Vault – 12-5 1/2 – Elizabeth Prouty Pole Vault – 12-0 1/2 – Samantha Raines Pentathlon – 3,499 points - Jozie Kimes ...

Posted January 9th, 10:02 pm

Classy moment before the Boys JV game at Hanford... Moment of silence initiated by Kennewick coaches in support of Hanford #3cities1community

Posted December 30th, 12:48 am

B-BBALL- Lions vs. Anacortes- Final score Lions get the win 55-50.

Posted December 17th, 6:57 pm

Wrestling at WW has been cancelled tonight. No practices for all sports.

Posted December 14th, 3:02 pm

Kennewick Lions shared Tri-City Herald's photo.

Photos from Kennewick Lions wrestling match against Richland Bombers this evening http://www.tri-cit...

Photos from Kennewick Lions wrestling match against Richland Bombers this evening http://www.tri-cityherald.com/sports/high-school/prep-wrestling/article49175440.html
Posted December 14th, 3:01 pm

KHS Boys’ Basketball Winter Camp Dates: December 22nd and 23rd Age: Grades 2-6 Time: 11:00 to 12:30 Location: Kennewick High School Lions Den Staff: Kennewick High Basketball Coaches and Varsity Players Fee: $25 (Return check and form below) Kennewick Boys’ Basketball Winter Camp Name: _________________________________________ Grade: ______ Address: ____________________________________ City:__________ Zip:_______ Phone: (Home) _________________________ (Cell) _________________________ (Work) _______________________________ Email ________________________________ Make Checks Payable to Kennewick Athletic Boosters. Return this form and payment to Kennewick High Activities Office or Mail to: Kennewick HS Boys’ Basketball c/o Bradyn Leyde 500 S. Dayton Kennewick, WA 99336 I agree to be solely responsible for any medical expenses incurred by my child/s in this activity. In consideration of the fee charged for this program, I agree to hold the Kennewick School District and any employee or volunteer involved in the program harmless from, and indemnify them for, any damages or loss arising as a result of my child’s participation in this activity. Parent Signature: ______________________________________ Date: ________ ...

Posted December 1st, 10:16 pm

Girls Varsity wins season opener at home vs Eisenhower 51-35!

School Name*W-L*Pct.*PF*PAW-LPct.PFPAStrk
Richland7-01.0002296312-20.8574361761 L
Kamiakin6-10.857229888-30.7273981971 L
Chiawana5-20.7142481626-40.6003022371 L
Kennewick3-40.4291902076-60.5002903201 L
Hanford2-50.2861602444-60.4002563565 L
Southridge2-50.286831624-60.4001402311 W
Walla Walla2-50.2861862083-70.3002122902 L
Pasco1-60.143792701-90.1001473655 L