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    Shop the FOOTBALL 2018 Store!

    Hurry, shops closes 08/20/2018.

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    Championships are won in the off-season. In the weight room! This letter is to help us better prepare for the upcoming 2018 spring and summer workouts.

         The weight room is open after school Mon. – Thur. From 2:40 – 4:00. We have varsity coaches who will be there to supervise. To be able to check out gear for spring practice you will be required to have spent some time in there. (If you are not out for another sport) Also your camp money and registration must be turned in by May 24th. (unless prior arrangements have been made.) Camp registrations forms are on our web site- Go to district web site –Chiawana page and click on athletics then football – click on chiawanafootball.com. The registrations are under handouts. If you have any questions contact coach Graff (543- 6786 ext.5578 school or 545- 5835 Home).

    Important Dates-All times and Dates subject to change.

    Equipment Check Out –May 21ST-24th – 2:40 -4:00 pm - All camp money and camp registration Must be turned in to the ASB office at this time. (unless prior arrangements have been made.) (Please bring All forms and your Insurance card to the ASB office we will need to make a copy.)


    Spring Practice – May 29th – June 22nd

    (No practice on weekends) (These are tentative dates and are subject to change)

    Tri City Team Camp – June 19th – 22nd


    Summer Weight Training – June 25th –August 13th                                            


    First day of Football Practice – August 15th




    pdf2018 Spring/Summer Calendar

    pdf2018 Tri-City Team Camp Registration Form

    pdf2018 Summer Weight Training Registration


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  • Always Check MCC Website For Schedule Changes

    Though we try our best to update this website with the latest information and game times we often miss out on the latest schedule changes.  It is best to always check with your coach and the official MCC website for current game times and locations!


    MCC Schedule can be found here:  http://www.mid-columbiaconference.com/index.php?pid=0.57.398.1.321

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  • Chiawana overcomes slow start, rolls Kennewick 41-10


    SEPTEMBER 30, 2017 1:25 AM
    Two weeks after Chiawana lost a double-overtime heartbreaker to Kamiakin, things are back on track for the Riverhawks.
    A 26-7 win at Hanford last week was followed up by a 41-10 thrashing of Kennewick on Friday night at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco.
    It was a business-like performance, as Chiawana spotted the Lions a 3-0 lead before pounding away and consistently putting points on the board.

    “It didn’t start out well,” said Chiawana coach Steve Graff, whose team is 4-1 overall and 2-1 in Mid-Columbia Conference play. “Then it was great because we got back to what we do best.”
    That’s pounding the running game.
    Ethan Garcia carried the football 18 times for 137 yards rushing with one touchdown, while teammate Tayden Jenkins added 17 carries for 99 yards and three TD runs.
    Both running backs benefited from tremendous holes blown open in the middle of the field by the Riverhawks standout offensive line. At times, both Garcia and Jenkins wouldn’t even have a defensive hand on them until they were 7 yards upfield.
    “Honestly, the holes were so big, our coaches could have walked through them,” said Jenkins. “Honestly, Coach Graff could have walked through them.”
    Kennewick coach Bill Templeton wasn’t surprised. The Riverhawks have one of the better offensive lines in the state.
    “We’re young up front and we were battling,” said Templeton. “But we’re not going to push their big boys around.”
    The Lions jumped out with a 3-0 lead on the game’s first possession, as Emilio Ramos kicked a 26-yard field goal.
    And it took the Chiawana offensive unit a little bit to get going. After a 3-and-out opening possession, the Riverhawks scored on their next four series — a Jenkins 7-yard run; a 10-yard Enoch Vargas to Josiah Richardson pass; a 17-yard Jenkins run; and a 1-yard Garcia run.
    Sandwiched in between was a 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Cedric Riel for the Lions.
    But defensively, Chiawana was pretty stout, only giving up the field goal and just 147 yards to the Lions.
    “We learned from our mistakes (against Kamiakin),” said Chiawana defensive back Jose Cruz, who led the Riverhawks with four tackles in the first half. “Once we saw that fly sweep Kennewick was running, we moved some guys around and started making some stops.”
    Templeton was a bit more satisfied with his Lions’ effort after Friday’s game compared to his team’s 20-3 loss to Walla Walla last week.
    “Last week was a gut shot,” he said. “But this week, I’m very pleased with our coaches and players. We had a couple of heart-to-hearts, and the seniors came together. We had some opportunities in the first half.”
    Meanwhile, Chiawana is already planning its next business trip: an 8 p.m. contest at Lampson Stadium next Friday against Southridge.
    “I told the kids after the game that it’s time to get back to work next week,” he said.

    NOTES: Kennewick (1-4 overall, 0-3 MCC) will host Hanford at 5 p.m. next Friday as the first half of the Lampson Stadium doubleheader. ... DL AJ Vongphachanh led the Riverhawks defensively with 6 tackles (2 for loss) and 1.5 QB sacks; LB Conrad Moore added 5 tackles (1 for loss) and a QB sack; and DB Tavin Blair had 4 tackles (1 for loss) and a half QB sack. ... Kennewick DE Moses McAninch led the Lions with 6 tackles (1 for loss), a QB sack and a forced fumble. DB Kyle Benton added 5 tackles. ... Lions RB JJ Rodriguez rushed for 50 yards.

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