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  • Kennewick vs. Kamiakin 2018 Video Recap - TC Herald

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  • Kennewick holds on for rare win over Kamiakin

    This Kennewick High football team seems to have a flare for the dramatic.

    And whatever was left of your fingernails from watching the first three games of the year, was definitely gone by the time the final buzzer sounded at Lampson Stadium on Friday night.

    The Lions survived a mad scramble at the end to pull out a 21-19, come-from-behind win over rival Kamiakin to even their season record at 2-2. The win was the Lions’ first over the Braves since 2012.

    “We are definitely going to enjoy this one tonight,” said Kennewick senior Talon LaFontaine. “But we need to keep building on this.”

    Kennewick (2-2, 2-2) started the season 0-2, but has beaten Mid-Columbia Conference newcomer Hermiston and rival Kamiakin in consecutive weeks heading into a non-conference game against Davis next week.

    “I am just really proud of our guys for battling out there,” said Kennewick coach Bill Templeton. “They just kept playing; I just proud of them.”

    Kamiakin (2-2, 2-1), coming off an impressive win last week against Hanford, put together a final drive that had the crowd at Lampson on the edge of their seats. The game went down to the final play, with LaFontaine leaping in front of Jaxson Nichols in the end zone for an interception as time expired.

    It was the Lions third interception of the night.

    Trailing 21-19, Lucas Castilleja and the Braves got the ball with 1:45 remaining back at their own 11-yard line. After a holding penalty on the first play, the Braves needed a big third-down conversion just to get it started.


    But after that first hiccup, the Braves got rolling and were at the Kennewick 15-yard line with 20 seconds remaining. But a huge sack and then LaFontaine’s interception ended the comeback bid.

    “We just had to keep playing hard and just get a few stops, and we did,” LaFontaine said.

    Kamiakin took a 13-7 halftime lead, but some early adjustments helped jumpstart the Lions offense. Atticus Templeton, who spent the first half at wide receiver, took over at quarterback. He helped lead the Lions to a quick touchdown to take the lead at 14-13 with 9:56 left in the third quarter.

    Blaine Chavez came in on a key third down and completed a 36-yard pass to LaFontaine. Then on the next play, Templeton connected with Myles Mayovsky for a 12-yard touchdown.

    Chavez had another key completion late in the third quarter, hitting LaFontaine again, this time for a 27- yard touchdown to push the Lions lead to 21-13.

    “We put (Templeton) in for a change a pace in the second half,” Bill Templeton said. “But I cannot say enough about Blaine, he came in and made some great throws.”

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  • Media: Kennewick @ Hermiston Recap - Eastern Oregonian

    The Hermiston Bulldogs were pulled back to earth Friday night by the Kennewick Lions.

    After winning their first two Mid-Columbia Conference games, the Bulldogs dropped a 26-25 game to the Lions. A chance to win the game late was foiled by as a bad snap on a 38-yard field goal by Juan Carlos Navarrete with 50.2 seconds left on the clock gave Kennewick its first win of the season at Kennison Field.

    “That’s part of football,” Hermiston coach David Faaeteete said. “We didn’t do a good job of bouncing back after a big win over Richland last week. Kennewick is a good football team and they came to play.”

    The Lions, who blocked two PATS, recorded a safety, and ran a fake punt for a touchdown, scored with 4:13 left in the fourth quarter to take a 26-25 lead.

    “We needed every play today,” Kennewick coach Bill Templeton said. “We just beat a good football team. I couldn’t be more proud of our boys.”

    Kennewick freshman Myles Mayovsky, who ran for 169 yards on the night, scored the final touchdown, and Ethan Woolery put the PAT though the uprights for the one-point lead.

    “He has been the man since he was 5 years old,” Templeton said of Mayovsky.

    Trailing 13-10 at the half, the Lions turned a fourth-and-6 at the Hermiston 48 into a fake punt. Talon LaFontaine connected with Blaine Chavez for a touchdown and a 17-13 lead.

    Wyatt Noland, who ran for 120 yards on the night, picked up 25 for a Bulldogs’ touchdown on the ensuing possession, but a blocked PAT left Hermiston with a 19-17 lead.

    With 9:47 remaining in regulation, the Lions took down Andrew James in the end zone to tie the score at 19.

    Hermiston went back out front 25-19 as James ran the ball in from 13 yards out. The Bulldogs went for two, put the pass failed.

    “That’s the way football goes,” Faaeteete said. “Our kids will be hungry next week (at Walla Walla). We will learn from our loss and poor execution. This is just a bump in the road.”

    The Bulldogs took a 13-10 lead at the half with both teams getting big yardage out of their signature backs.

    Hermiston’s Noland ran for 84 yards on 10 carries, and helped set up the Bulldogs’ first touchdown, a 21-yard pass from James to Jordan Ramirez 3 1/2 minutes into the game.

    Mayovsky, who had 94 yards in the first half, had two runs of 14 yards on Kennewick’s first drive that put the Lions in the red zone.

    JJ Rodriguez ran the ball in from 10 yards out for a 7-7game with 4:37 left in the first.

    The Bulldogs struck once again in the first to take a 13-7 lead.

    After Kennewick turned the ball over on downs deep in its own end, Hermiston scored two plays later as James connected with Youbani Razon for a 10-yard scoring pass. The kicked was block.

    The Lions came back with a 27-yard field goal from Ethan Woolery to pull within 13-10.

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  • Lions Notch First Win 26-25 over Hermiston

    Kennewick 26, Hermiston 25: Freshman Myles Mayovsky ran for 169 yards and a touchdown, and the Lions got big plays on special teams and defense in the MCC victory.

    Kennewick blocked two extra points and scored on a fake punt, and kicker Ethan Woolery converted his three PATs and connected on a 27-yard field goal. The Lions defense scored a safety to start the fourth quarter.

    Hermiston QB Andrew James threw for a pair of scores and ran for another, racking up 244 yards of offense.

    The Bulldogs had a shot at a 38-yard field goal with 50 seconds left, but a bad snap spoiled the opportunity.

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School Name*W-L*Pct.*PF*PAW-LPct.PFPAStrk
Chiawana6-10.857235736-20.7502441143 W
Hanford5-10.833219836-10.8572751184 W
Kennewick4-20.6671391205-20.7141811205 W
Hermiston4-20.667205885-20.7142661301 W
Richland4-20.667173815-20.7142011085 W
Kamiakin4-30.5711631084-40.5001721252 L
Pasco1-50.167541801-60.143612154 L
Walla Walla1-60.143852331-60.143852336 L
Southridge0-70.000133200-70.000133207 L