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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The defending league champion Kamiakin Braves lost a lot of talent on offense in the off-season. The are now without last year's offensive player of the year, offensive lineman of the year and the Big 9 3A's first team quarterback in Joey Jansen. The good news is the Braves offensive line remains mostly in tact, returning four starters to help lead the league's best scoring offense from a year ago. They are a hardworking group with plenty of chemistry. 

Kamiakin Head Coach Scott Biglin said, "They're a good group. They want to work hard. If they have a bad practice, they stay after and they want to make sure they get their calls right. You know, Coach Marquez does an excellent job with those guys getting them ready and they're excited about it.  And up for the challenge." Senior wide receiver and safety James Swinyard added, "It's easy because we've played with them our whole lives.  We were all junior's last year and seniors this year. We're familiar."

Kamiakin takes on Prosser Friday night on SWX at 7:30 p.m.

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