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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The Kamiakin Braves are preparing for the biggest game of their season. Many of them say it is the biggest game of their lives. Saturday the Braves' state quarterfinal game is against none other than the Kennewick Lions at Lampson Stadium and on live television.

"We know we're in for the game of our lives right now. It's the quarterfinal, so any team we play whether it's a Kennewick on somebody on the other side, it's going to be a tough game," said Scott Biglin, Kamiakin head coach."

"Absolutely, by far. I've never played in such an exciting game and never been more excited to play in it. It's going to be a big game to get to Bellevue or Lakes, whoever plays there," added Jason Hutchinson, Kamiakin senior quarterback.

Saturday SWX will have the broadcast at 1 p.m. The stream will be on swxrightnow.com.

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