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KENNEWICK, Wash -- Kennewick is set for their first state playoff match-up with Kamiakin ever. The Lion's seniors are also looking to beat the Braves for the first time in their high school careers. Lampson Stadium will be rocking Saturday at 1 p.m.

"It'd probably be the best feeling that I've experienced so far in my life because we've never beaten them and we've worked real hard this off-season and pretty much all the seniors have worked hard for 4 years and it kind of just comes down to this," said Bryce Leavitt, senior quarterback.

"It's great to be playing Kamiakin in a playoff game. For us to make it this far is really a good thing, for me. I'm happy for our team. We've put in a lot of hard work throughout my four years," said Reggie Clinton senior wide receiver/defensive back.

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