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Kamiakin Summer Football Info


2014 Summer Athletic Development

Who: K-12th Grades (2014-2015 School Year)
When: June 30th-July 31st, Monday-Thursday

I: 8:00-9:30am (6th-12th Grade)
II: 10:00-11:00am(K-5th Grade)
Where: Kamiakin HS Weight Room w/Coach Biglin, Coach Marquez, and Brave FB Players

Fee: $50 ($40 Each for two or more in a family)

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2014 Kamiakin Football Clothing Orders


Exclusive Kamiakin Football gear personalized and customized for you. Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery from the close date of the sale. Items will be shipped to your household. If you have any questions please e-mail

REQUIRED ITEMS such as Package Bundle, Practice Jersey, & Knee Pads are required for play, if you do not already have them they MUST be purchased.

Note: We do not recommend placing an order with a mobile device such as an IPAD or CELL PHONE.

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Jansen, Kamiakin dominate Kelso 50-6

KENNEWICK -- Two games into the postseason, and life is pretty sweet for the Kamiakin football team.

The Braves are piling on the points without having to pile up the yards, thanks to a defense and special teams that set up a short field when they don't take it to the house on their own.

Three times Kamiakin punched it into the end zone following a long return over turnover Saturday, and Tim White scored on a punt for the fourth time in three weeks as the fifth-ranked Braves blew by Kelso 50-6 in a first-round 3A state playoff game at Lampson Stadium.

Joey Jansen feathered a pair of perfect passes to Tyler Holle for 53- and 41-yard touchdowns, and AJ Griffiths took a screen pass 31 yards for another score.

"Unbelievable," Kamiakin coach Scott Biglin said of the defense, which has allowed just 94 points all season. "They are money right now, and that was a tough test this week. And special teams, we work a half hour every day in practices, and it's paying off in games."

The Braves (11-0), who have outscored their two postseason opponents 106-13, will be back at home next Saturday for a 1 p.m. kickoff with Mount Spokane (10-1), a high-scoring team that may provide a big test for the Braves' defense.

"Real excited," linebacker Trevor Powers said about facing a team that has scored 48 or more points in each of its last four games, including 62 in a regional playoff win over Kennewick. "I'm looking forward to it."

Against Kelso, Kamiakin's offense was on the field for just 38 plays but still accounted for six touchdowns.

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Kamiakin rolls past Southridge 56-7

KENNEWICK -- The Kamiakin football team is like an elevator filled with toxic gas, on fire and plunging 60 stories to the ground.

So many ways to hurt you, and it's really going to get ugly.

The Braves scored twice on punt returns, twice more on interception returns and flat ran over the Southridge Suns in a 56-7 regional playoff rout at Lampson Stadium on Friday night.

Play-maker Tim White scored on the punts and an interception to start the second half. Dom Davis had a 93-yard pick-six to end the first along with 109 yards and two more scores on the ground.

And on a night when Kamiakin's vaunted passing game was mostly shelved, the Braves instead ran the ball for 226 yards.

"It feels good," Davis said after a season-high in rushing and scoring. "It's always good to beat a rival, especially in the playoffs and especially like this."

While the season ends for the Suns (4-6), the No. 5 Braves (10-0) will await the winner of today's game between Kelso (6-3) and Seattle Prep (7-2) next week back at Lampson.

Kamiakin's special teams showed up right from the start. The opening kickoff, which the Suns kicked short to smartly stay away from White, was hauled in at the 32 by upback Jesse Houser, who collided with his own blocker before rumbling down to the 27.

Zip-zip-zip, the Braves were in the end zone on Davis' first scoring run.

The game was 14-0 when the Suns notched their only score thanks to a big play of their own. AJ Henderson slipped away from the defender after hauling in Matt Mendenhall's pass at midfield and raced all the way down to the 1 on the 74-yard play.

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Record-setting QB has Kamiakin in hunt

KENNEWICK -- There are a few good words to describe Kamiakin quarterback Joey Jansen:

Excitable is one of them.

Case in point, his parents still call him 'Tigger', after the peppy and relentless tiger from the Winnie the Pooh children's story.

"Because he's always bouncing around," said his younger brother Johnny, a sophomore linebacker and backup quarterback on the Braves varsity.

Once during a poker party at a friend's house, the speedy senior charged out the door and down a neighborhood block to track down a suspected culprit who had toilet-papered his buddy's home.

"It happened right in front of us," said fellow senior A.J. Griffiths, who is part of the Braves' talented crew of wide receivers. "Joey claims he saw something and runs out the front door at 4 in the morning, down the street at his fastest -- and he's unbelievably fast -- yelling, 'Come on! Let's go!' "

And Jansen's as full of juice as ever. Ask any one of his teammates on game day. Of course, some are better at reining him in than others.

"Joey's a fiery guy, and Timmy just throws gas on the fire," Griffiths said of Tim White, yet another richly gifted Kamiakin wideout. "He'll start talking to Timmy, and Timmy's like, 'Yeah! Yeah! Lets go, lets go!' And we haven't even hit the field yet for warm-ups.

"Me and Tyler (Holle) have to tell him, 'Let's try focusing a little bit and not worry about all this.' "

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