Braves Defeat Mustangs in Opener

Kamiakin 41, Prosser 12

By the Tri-City Herald

PROSSER -- Zach Umemoto ran for 160 yards and two touchdowns, Jason Hutchison threw for 222 yards and three more scores and the Kamiakin defense was up to old tricks in the season-opener for both teams at Art Fiker Stadium.

Hutchison, making his first varsity start, was 13-for-19 and hooked up with three different receivers for touchdowns. He also was picked off twice.

Kamiakin's defense, opportunistic during the Braves' run to the 3A championship game last season, turned in a pick-six when Andrew Castillo returned an interception 65 yards in the fourth quarter. The Braves also limited Prosser to just 20 rushing yards on 26 carries and 150 total yards.


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It’s a Brave new world for Kamiakin

Running back Jethro Questad (20), who led Kamiakin with 1,241 rushing yards last year, returns to the backfield for the Braves this season.

Kamiakin #4 in Times Preseason Rankings

Seattle Times Class 3A Preps Power Rankings

Week:

Rank
Team
1

Eastside Catholic

Two-time defending champion Crusaders (13-0 last season) will top rankings until someone dethrones them.
2

Bellevue

Wolverines (11-2) under new management, but possess same old high-end talent.
3

Lincoln

Move to Pierce County League should make for tougher proving ground for Abes (10-1).
4

Kamiakin

Braves (8-3) seek return trip to state playoffs after early 2015 exit at hand of Lakes.
5

Peninsula

Early returns indicate Seahawks (4-6) favored in yet another new league (South Sound Conference).
6

Ferndale

Golden Eagles (7-4) will now compete with Weco North schools.
7

Lakes

Reborn Pierce County League pits perrenially powerful Lancers (10-3) against Tacoma schools for first time.
8

O'Dea

Irish (7-3) consistently graduate Division I talent, find more in the wings.
9

Bonney Lake

Ton of returners from successful 2015 campaign make Panthers (7-5) dangerous commodity.
10

Mountain View

Thunder (7-2) may get off to tough start with competitive non-league schedule against 4A playoff teams.

Kamiakin shuts out Eastmont in season opener