December Club Newsletter!

The booster club is partnering with Fred Meyer and Yokes to fundraise more money for our student-athletes! The money raised will help subsidize uniform replacement.  Go to Fred Meyer to get a rewards card and link it at Go to Yokes and ask for their eScript card. Then register your card at It's that easy!

Volunteer Spotlight
Thank you Terry and Mandi Shultz for your hard work managing the booster club finances. Terry and Mandi are serving their second year as co-treasurers. Their hard work has ensured that 100% of the money raised is accounted for and credited to the correct sports team.

  1. Softball teamed up with Magill's restaurant for a fundraising dinner. Thank you Magill's restaurant for supporting our Lions!
  2. Saddle Mountain Homes donated stands and frames for our booster club banners. Thank you Saddle Mountain Homes for keeping us looking sharp!
  3. Thank you Papa John's Pizza. The Papa John's team continue to support our concession fundraising efforts with special ordering instructions and fast service.
  4. Get Involved today. Coaches need our help in supporting our student-athletes. Can you organize a fundraiser for your child's sports program? Contact your child's coach today or contact any of the executive board. Go Lions!


Girls Basketball - Lady Lions Get First Win vs Kelso 37-29

KENNEWICK 37, KELSO 29: MeiLani McBee scored 14 points and had eight steals as the Lions (1-1) picked up their first win of the season with a road victory over the Hilanders.

Kylee Gibbs led Kelso with 15 points.

KENNEWICK: Davis, Rettig, Quast 3, Fridley 3, Thornton, MeiLani McBee 14, Morfin 5, Shaffer 2, Oatis 10.

KELSO: Harris 2, Kleven 2, Dole 8, T.Joy 2, Harman, Franzen, C.Joy, Connors, Kylee Gibbs 15.













Highlights — McBee 8 stls, 5 rebs; Davis 6 stls.

Girls Basketball: Lady Lions Drop Opener 68-56

WENATCHEE 68, KENNEWICK 56: Alicia Oatis had 16 points and MeiLani McBee had six steals, but the Lions fell short in their season opener against the Panthers at the Lions Den.

Kennewick trailed 22-7 after the first quarter, but rallied to make it close before Wenatchee hit two 3-pointers to seal the win.

Klarissa Barajas hauled down nine rebounds and scored five points for the Lions.

Wenatchee’s Alli Hallberg led all scorers with 23 points.

WENATCHEE: Alli Hallberg 23, Sirmon 14, Sugg 10, Walton 5, Embry 8, Rivera 2, Worley 5, Christofferson, Fisch.

KENNEWICK: Alicia Oatis 16, Davis 10, Barajas 5, Rettig 2, Quast 6, Thornton 4, McBee 6, Morfin 5, Shaffer 2.













Highlights — Klarissa Barajas 9 rebs; MeiLani McBee 6 stls.

Bowling: Lions Split With Pasco

KENNEWICK 2, PASCO 2: After the Lions and Bulldogs split their games at Spare Time Lanes, Kennewick won Monday’s MCC contest thanks to an overall advantage of 30 pins over Pasco.

Kennewick’s Marivel Macias rolled a 217 in the first scratch game.

Scratch — Game 1: Kennewick 743 (Gabreal Humphries 148, Diana Mendoza-Garcia 103, Amity Marll 138, Miranda Macias 137, Marivel Macias 217), Pasco 682 (Yesenia Nunez 140, Brisa Fraire 122, Belle Bach 119, Dani Leal 131, Josie Derrick 170). Game 2: Pasco 725 (Nunez 157, Fraire 103, Leal 185, Derrick 175, Brandy Casteneda 105), Kennewick 719 (Humphries 105, Mendoza-Garcia 125, Marll 170, Mi.Macias 174, Ma.Macias 145). Baker — Game 1: Kennewick 130, Pasco 128. Game 2: Pasco 140, Kennewick 113. Total pins — Kennewick 1,705, Pasco 1,675.

Football - 2016 All Conference

Congratulations to all the KHS Lions that were selected to the 2016 MCC Football All Conference Team.

  Those selected include Brendan Villasenor '17  (1st Team OL), Keyshawn Owens '17 (1st Team Kick Returner), Andrew Fridley '17 (2nd Team Linebacker), Ronny Loomis '17 (2nd Team Running Moses McAninch '18 (Honarable Mention Defensive Line).

For the full 2016 list CLICK HERE