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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Southridge Suns football is getting ready for its state playoff game with Kennewick Saturday. The Suns are out for revenge after suffering a 35-7 blowout loss to the Lions back in week eight. In that game the Suns only managed 206 yards of total offense.

Despite losing the first time out, the Suns are more confident for round two. "I feel like it gives me an opportunity to be a lot more confident with my defensive play calls and I know offensively you know the things that we tried when we played them the first time. We're just doing different wrinkles to see if we can improve on how we can attack them," said Tony Reiboldt, Southridge head coach. "I'd say this time we're going to have a little better shot. We've been working on a lot of red zone offense and I think it'll be a good game," added Paul Hamada, Southridge senior wide receiver.

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