GAME 1: Saturday September 23, 1944
    • Richland
      Broncs
    • 19
    • Prosser
      Mustangs
    • 0
GAME 2: Friday September 29, 1944
    • Sunnyside
      Grizzlies
    • 7
    • Richland
      Broncs
    • 6
GAME 3: Friday October 13, 1944
    • Richland
      Broncs
    • 0
    • Pasco
      Bulldogs
    • 14
GAME 4: Friday October 20, 1944
    • Richland
      Beavers
    • 18
    • Kennewick
      Lions
    • 13

Mascot officially changed from Broncs to Beavers

GAME 5: Friday October 27, 1944
    • Richland
      Beavers
    • 34
    • Dayton
      Bulldogs
    • 0
GAME 6: Saturday November 4, 1944
    • Pasco
      Bulldogs
    • 0
    • Richland
      Beavers
    • 0
GAME 7: Saturday November 11, 1944
    • Grandview
      Greyhounds
    • 0
    • Richland
      Beavers
    • 20
GAME 8: Friday November 17, 1944
    • Dayton
      Bulldogs
    • 0
    • Richland
      Beavers
    • 40
GAME 9: Thursday November 23, 1944
    • Kennewick
      Lions
    • 6
    • Richland
      Beavers
    • 46
  • 1944 Notes & Highlights
  • Richland's mascot changed from the Broncs to the Beavers after the third game of the season. Richland played their home games on a temporary field by the north side of Lee Boulevard across from the city park by the Columbia River.