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GAME 1: Friday September 4, 2015 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Gonzaga Prep
      Bullpups
    • 13
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 10
  • Gonzaga Prep 13, Richland 10

    The Bombers hosted the Gonzaga Prep Bullpups from the Greater Spokane League in the opening game of the 2015 prep football season. In a battle of defenses, Gonzaga Prep was able to pound out a 13-10 win at the newly renovated Fran Rish Stadium. The battle started with both teams having trouble getting untracked. The Bomber offense was able to win the first quarter outgaining the Bullpups
GAME 2: Friday September 11, 2015 — Joe Albi Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 52
    • Shadle Park
      Highlanders
    • 0
  • Richland 52, Shadle Park 0

    Somewhere between Fran Rish Stadium and Joe Albi Stadium the Richland Bombers found their offense. My best guess is Carl's Jr. in Ritzville but that is a mystery for another day. The Bombers came home with a 52-0 victory over the Shadle Park Highlanders in non-league action in Spokane. I have attached the articles from the Tri-City Herald and the Spokesman-Review for your viewing
GAME 3: Friday September 18, 2015 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Chiawana
      Riverhawks
    • 7
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 28
  • Richland 28, Chiawana 7

    The Chiawana Riverhawks came to Fran Rish Stadium looking to continue their winning ways but the Richland Bombers and Lakota Wills had other ideas an won 28-7.There was a great article from Jack Millikin in the Tri-City Herald giving all of the details.If this was a HUGE MCC battle, then next week will be "HUGER."Next Friday night the Richland Bombers invade Fran
GAME 4: Friday September 25, 2015 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Hanford
      Falcons
    • 7
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 45
  • Richland 45, Hanford 7

    I have been watching Bomber football since I was in junior high so I have learned a few things. Foremost in my knowledge is this: don't schedule Richland for your homecoming game.A raucous crowd of Richlanders invaded both sides of the stadium in the now annual contest between the Hanford Falcons and the Richland Bombers. Both teams trying to answer the same question: How good are they?<
GAME 5: Friday October 2, 2015 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Walla Walla
      Blue Devils
    • 19
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 31
  • Richland 31, Walla Walla 19

    By this time, a team that has done any scouting at all should know the Richland D line is as tough as they come. The problem is, any attempt to overcome that obstacle leaves you exposed to the rest of the defense. You'll have four long quarters to try putting points on the scoreboard. The Walla Walla Blue Devils had their chance tonight. The Blue Devils were pumped on the opening k
GAME 6: Friday October 9, 2015 — Neil F. Lampson Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 35
    • Kennewick
      Lions
    • 7
  • Richland 35, Kennewick 7

    Richland and Kennewick have a long history of football animosity. Ask a fan (or a player) of any age from either school and you'll hear stories of miraculous plays, sketchy ball spots, questionable on-field antics, and possibly even bench-clearing brawls. It's our own local version of Chicago-Green Bay, and there is never any love lost during a guaranteed tough game.This game was no
GAME 7: Friday October 16, 2015 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Pasco
      Bulldogs
    • 7
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 35
  • Richland 35, Pasco 7

    The Richland Bombers are now 3-0 in 2015 in homecoming games after dismantling the Pasco Bulldogs 35-7 on another warm evening at Fran Rish Stadium. The Bombers started off quickly with a 7-play 65 yard drive that shaved barely two minutes off the clock. Paxton Stevens connected with Alex Chapman for a big 28 yard gain and Kyle Whitby finished it off in style with a 5-yard touchdown run

Homecoming 2015

GAME 8: Friday October 23, 2015 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Kamiakin
      Braves
    • 14
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 27
  • Richland 27, Kamiakin 14

    The Richland Bombers and Kamiakin Braves played for the Mid-Columbia Conference championship but in a game that looked more like an MMA title fight, the Bomber prevailed with a 27-14 victory over the Braves in a sloppy game at Fran Rish Stadium in Richland.The game was billed as the Bomber defense against the high-flying Brave offense. From that standpoint, Richland answered the question
GAME 9: Thursday October 29, 2015 — Neil F. Lampson Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 28
    • Southridge
      Suns
    • 2
  • Richland 28, Southridge 2

    Thursday night at Lampson stadium had the makings of one of those B-movie upsets. The Bombers, with no conference losses, ranked in the top ten, and headed to the playoffs, versus the Southridge Suns, hovering near the bottom of the standings, with nothing to lose. One of the beautiful things about high school football is the potential for miraculous outcomes in any given game. Sadly for the Su
GAME 10: Friday November 6, 2015 — Fran Rish Stadium
    • Lewis & Clark
      Tigers
    • 20
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 42
  • Richland 42, Lewis & Clark 20

    The Lewis and Clark Tigers came to town trying to extend their lifetime winning streak at Fran Rish Stadium to three games over the past 36 years, but this year's version of the Richland Bombers shut them down and sent them home to Spokane with a 42-20 victory. The game got off to a quick start when Paxton Stevens connected with Rhett Levin on the first play of the game for a 36 yard gai

Regional 4A Preliminary

GAME 11: Friday November 13, 2015 — Neil F. Lampson Stadium
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 30
    • Central Valley
      Bears
    • 3
  • Richland 30, Central Valley 3

    The Central Valley Bears entered the first round playoff matchup against Richland with a very impressive secondary and a lot of confidence after pounding Chiawana in the crossover playoff. What they got in return was a whole lot of Lakota Wills and a quarterback in Paxton Stevens who was more than up to the challenge as the Bombers scored an equally impressive 30-3 win over the Bears at Lampson

State 4A First Round

GAME 12: Saturday November 21, 2015 — Lions Field
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 28
    • Moses Lake
      Chiefs
    • 23
  • Richland 28, Moses Lake 23

    The Richland Bombers have earned the opportunity every one-loss team in the country hopes for: the right to play the only team that beat them in a game for all the marbles. In this case, the Richland Bombers will take on the Gonzaga Prep Bullpups for the second time this season for the 4A Eastern Washington State Championship or as others might call it the State 4A Semifinals for the chance to

State 4A Quarterfinal

GAME 13: Saturday November 28, 2015 — Edgar Brown Memorial Stadium
    • Gonzaga Prep
      Bullpups
    • 31
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 17
  • Gonzaga Prep 31, Richland 17

    In 1979 the Richland Bomber basketball team lost their first game of the season to the Gonzaga Prep Bullpups and then proceeded to win 26 straight games and the state championship. The 2015 Richland Bomber football team was trying to duplicate history but fell just a few minutes short in a 31-17 loss to those same Bullpups in the State 4A Semifinal game at Edgar Brown Memorial Stadium in Pasco.

State 4A Semifinal

  • 2015 Notes & Highlights
  • Class 3A/4A Mid-Columbia Conference Champions
  • Finished 6th in the Associated Press Class 4A Football Poll
  • Fran Rish stadium underwent a remodel replacing the original home side bleachers, press box, restrooms, and concession stand.
  • Lakota Wills selected to the All State team and Mid-Columbia Conference Player of the Year