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Yakima, WA--- Davis High School is building off its best season on the grid iron in 34 years. Where the Pirates went 6-4 last year, finishing in fourth place in the league, one spot away from the schools first ever playoff berth.

      This year, the team returns six players on offense, mostly skill position players that hope to carry on the momentum from a season ago.

     Davis senior quarterback Deion Wright, "Building on finishing out games and not losing our focus towards the end of our season. Like last year we started out 5-1, but finished 6-4. You have to finish out seasons this year."

     Pirates head coach Rick Clark added, "There's momentum going into the season cause we did well last year. And we do have a lot of those skill people back. That's just going to carry over."

     Davis senior wide out and defensive back Cooper Kupp said, "Well we know we are not going to sneak up on anyone. Other teams know that we're going to come to play. It's not the old Davis anymore. We have to expect that we're getting everybody's best from every team this year."

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