GAME 1: Friday September 21, 1945
    • Prosser
      Mustangs
    • 25
    • Richland
      Beavers
    • 0

Richland mascot officially changed from Beavers to Bombers

GAME 2: Friday September 28, 1945 — Bomber Bowl
    • Hermiston
      Bulldogs
    • 0
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 7
GAME 3: Friday October 5, 1945
    • Walla Walla
      Blue Devils
    • 21
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 0
GAME 4: Friday October 12, 1945 — Bomber Bowl
    • Pasco
      Bulldogs
    • 51
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 0
GAME 5: Friday October 19, 1945
    • Yakima
      Pirates
    • 53
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 0
GAME 6: Friday October 26, 1945
    • Kennewick
      Lions
    • 47
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 6
GAME 7: Friday November 2, 1945 — Edgar Brown Memorial Stadium
    • Pasco
      Bulldogs
    • 33
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 0
GAME 8: Friday November 9, 1945
    • Grandview
      Greyhounds
    • 27
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 0
GAME 9: Sunday September 16, 1945
    • Kennewick
      Lions
    • 44
    • Richland
      Bombers
    • 0
  • 1945 Notes & Highlights
  • Richland's mascot changed from the Beavers to the Bombers after the Prosser game. Richland adopted the Bomber mascot when playing Hermiston.
  • Richland's victory over Hermiston was the first football game played at the Bomber Bowl. Coach Littau left after the completion of the season. Coach Fred Littau graduated from Yankton College in 1942.
  • Col-Hi changed their mascot from Beavers to Bombers this year because of the tremendous pride exhibited by partisan "frontier minded" Richlanders with their part in contributing to the making of the Atomic Bomb at the Hanford Engineering Works; thus hastening the end of the war against Japan. The new mascot name was an instant hit with the student body and parents; expressing their pride and euphoria of the time.