GAME 1: Friday September 3, 2010 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Pasco
      Bulldogs
    • 0
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 21
  • GAME 1: Richland 21, Pasco 0

    The Richland Bombers took care of business in a sloppily played non-conference game against cross-river rivals, the Pasco Bulldogs. The 21-0 score is mighty nice to look at from a distance but the closer you get, the harder it is not to see the little hairs growing out of the warts.The Bombers came out running behind senior Jake McKinney and really didn't stop until Jake scored on a 22 y
GAME 2: Friday September 10, 2010 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Hanford
      Falcons
    • 0
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 38
  • Game 2: Richland 38, Hanford 0

    As noted previously, I wasn't able to go to the game tonight but I just found out the score and the Richland Bombers prevailed over the Hanford Falcons 38-0.I will update this post as I get more information. Update:The Tri-City Herald has a writeup of the game at
GAME 3: Friday September 17, 2010 — McKenzie Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 34
    • Evergreen
      Plainsmen
    • 14
  • Game 3: Richland 34, Evergreen 14

    The Richland Bombers traveled to Vancouver and took on the Evergreen Plainsmen and came away with a 34-14 win and a 3-0 record to start the season. Due to Sausage Fest I was not able to attend the game, again, so I am posting links to the Tri-City Herald and the Vancouver Columbian to keep you up-to-date on what happened in the game. Jake McKinney had a 70-yard run and finished
GAME 4: Friday September 24, 2010 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Davis
      Pirates
    • 21
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 31
  • Game 4: Richland 31, Davis 21

    Can the Richland Bombers handle competition? Tonight, that question was answered loud and clear in a 31-21 win over the visiting Davis Pirates. It wasn't easy. These Davis Pirates are for real and the Bombers had to work all four quarters to gain the victory. The game started off quickly. Richland marched 61 yeards on 9 plays behind Jake McKinney's running and Colter Quick struck first w
GAME 5: Friday October 1, 2010 — Edgar Brown Memorial Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 7
    • Chiawana
      Riverhawks
    • 17
  • Game 5: Chiawana 17, Richland 7

    The final score does not truly reflect the nature of the game. We've heard this expression before but no game in my recent memory fits the bill more accurately than the contest between Richland and Chiawana in which the Riverhawks prevailed by a score of 17 - 7.I have been doing the stats for Richland games since 1989 so I see the game unfold through the numbers. After this game, though,
GAME 6: Friday October 8, 2010 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Wenatchee
      Panthers
    • 19
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 31
  • Game 6: Richland 31, Wenatchee 19

    That Jake McKinney kid is pretty darn good. That is, if you are impressed by 228 yards rushing and four touchdowns. If you're not, then the Wenatchee Panthers certainly are after the McKinney Express shredded their defense in a 31-19 Bomber victory at Fran Rish Stadium.The game didn't start out in a pretty fashion for either team as the rain from the previous two days had left the field
GAME 7: Friday October 15, 2010 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Walla Walla
      Blue Devils
    • 7
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 34
  • Game 7: Richland 34, Walla Walla 7

    The Richland Bombers fought through the dual distractions of Senior Night and Homecoming and cruised to an easy 34-7 win over the Walla Walla Blue Devils.Remembering from last week's 193 yard passing performance, Colter Quick launched the first play of the game by launching his first pass 43 yards to Tyler Powell. After a short run by Jake McKinney, Quick landed two more passes to Elijah
GAME 8: Friday October 22, 2010 — Zaepfel Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 55
    • Eisenhower
      Cadets
    • 21
  • Game 8: Richland 55, Eisenhower 21

    The Richland Bombers needed a win to clinch a home game in the playoff portion of the GSL / Big Nine Crossover series. They got a win, and then some, with a 55-21 carpet bombing of the Eisenhower Cadets in Yakima.The Bombers started off very fast. Starting at their own 35 yard line and went 65 yards in four plays, powered by a Jake McKinney 32 yard run for the first touchdown. 10:13 left
GAME 9: Friday October 29, 2010 — Lions Field
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 20
    • Moses Lake
      Chiefs
    • 17
  • Game 8: Richland 20, Moses Lake 17

    Coming into tonight's game the biggest issue to be resolved was whether Jake McKinney would break the school's rushing record, he needed 145 yards. The Bombers biggest issue was how to get out of Moses Lake with all of their team members intact.Once again, the Bombers started off the game strong, scoring on a 5 play, 58 yard drive hightlighted by an 39 yard pass play from Colter Quick to
GAME 10: Friday November 5, 2010 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Gonzaga Prep
      Bullpups
    • 7
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 21
  • Game 9: Richland 21, Gonzaga Prep 7

    "Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get." This famous quote from the movie Forest Gump is the best way to describe the annual series between the Greater Spokane League and the Big Nine.The only way to figure it out is to sit back and watch the games. Tonight pitted the Gonzaga Prep Bullpups and their star running back, Bishop Sankey against th

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GAME 11: Friday November 12, 2010 — Joe Albi Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 17
    • Ferris
      Saxons
    • 33
  • Game 10: Ferris 33, Richland 17

    A heartbreaking game for the Richland Bombers as the Ferris Saxons built a 31-7 halftime lead and held on in the second half for a 33-17 first round state playoff victory. The Saxons started the game with a business-like 12-play 70 yard drive that chewed up half of the first quarter. Ben Goodwin connected with Riley Stockton from 24 yards out to start the scoring at 7-0. The Saxons drive

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