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GAME 1: Friday August 31, 2012 — Neil F. Lampson Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 7
    • Southridge
      Suns
    • 9
  • Game 1: Southridge 9, Richland 7

    There is winning ugly and there is losing ugly and the Richland Bombers almost did both in one game.I have taken stats for Richland football since September of 1989 and the one thing I have learned is that numbers don't lie. The Southridge Suns had the ball for 76 plays, Richland had 44. The Suns had 279 yards of total offense and the bombers had 90 yards. The only statistical category t
GAME 2: Friday September 7, 2012 — Borleske Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 26
    • Walla Walla
      Blue Devils
    • 20
  • Game 2: Richland 26, Walla Walla 20

    If you have followed Tri-City area football for any length of time you have come to appreciate the fact that the hardest place in the conference (whatever that conference may be) to play is in Walla Walla. There are several schools of thought as to why this is true but this is a family column. To that end, the Richland Bombers improved greatly over week one and came away with a hard-fought 26-2
GAME 3: Friday September 14, 2012 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Chiawana
      Riverhawks
    • 14
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 21
  • Game 3: Richland 21, Chiawana 14

    The Richland Bombers held their first home game of the 2012 season and thanks to some late-game heroics, came away with a big 21-14 win over the evenly matched Chiawana Riverhawks.The Riverhawks came out of the gate with a definite script: give the ball to Clifton Lozano and see how things go from there. In the first eight plays, Lozano had 36 yards and three first downs. Next, the River
GAME 4: Friday September 28, 2012 — Neil F. Lampson Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 14
    • Kamiakin
      Braves
    • 25
  • Game 4: Kamiakin 25, Richland 14

    The Richland Bombers came out on fire at Lampson Stadium but couldn't maintain the heat and dropped a game to the Kamiakin Braves 25-14.The Bombers won the coin toss, caught the kickoff, and proceeded to excert their will against the Braves. Zach Whitby found a streaking Gibson McGeorge down the middle of the field and Gibson rumbled 43 yards to the Kamiakin 11-yard line. Two plays later
GAME 5: Friday October 5, 2012 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Kennewick
      Lions
    • 14
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 29
  • Game 5: Richland 29, Kennewick 14

    If you hold onto the ball long enough, it makes it tougher for the other team to score. The Richland Bombers proved this theory tonight in their game against the Kennewick Lions in a 29-14 victory.For the second week in a row, the Bombers took the ball on their first posession and marched it down the field for a touchdown. Starting on their own 45-yard line the Richland offense bulled th
GAME 6: Friday October 12, 2012 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Post Falls
      Trojans
    • 14
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 20
  • Game 6: Richland 20, Post Falls 14

    The Bombers hosted a new oppponent in the form of the Post Falls (Idaho) Trojans and were able to slip away with a 20-14 win.Like the previous weeks, the Bombers tried their best to get a fast start. After 13 plays and 63 yards, though, the drive fell flat on the Post Falls 10-yard line.The Trojans tried to get a good start of their own but fumbled the ball and Mason Baird recover
GAME 7: Friday October 19, 2012 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Hanford
      Falcons
    • 31
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 14
  • Game 7: Hanford 31, Richland 14

    History was made tonight as the home standing Hanford Falcons defeated the visiting Richland Bombers in Fran Rish Stadium 31-14, thus becoming the first Falcon squad to win a football game against their cross-town rival. Of course, this is only the seventh game in the series so it is not long-standing futility on the field but I bet if you quiz your local Hanford alum you would realize it is a
GAME 8: Friday October 26, 2012 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Pasco
      Bulldogs
    • 0
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 35
  • Game 8: Richland 35, Pasco 0

    The Richland Bombers came into their game needing only a win to clinch the number one 4A playoff spot for the Mid-Columbia Conference. They checked off that goal with a 35-0 pasting of the Pasco Bulldogs on a cold, drizzly night at Fran Rish Stadium.The Bomber offense came out quickly and scored on a 4-play, 76-yard drive. Anthony Galat ate up the largest chunk of ground with a 51-yard r
GAME 9: Friday November 2, 2012 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Mead
      Panthers
    • 17
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 0
  • Game 9: Mead 17, Richland 0

    The Richland Bombers hooked up with the Mead Panthers trying to extend their season into the state playoffs but it was the Panthers who came away with the 17-0 win.The Bombers received the opening kickoff and in typical fashion embarked on a long opening drive. Starting on their own 32 yard line, Richland went 14 plays before running out of downs on the Mead 4 yard line. The drive ended

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