Non-League game means more to LC Valley football fans than most other games

Non-League game means more to LC Valley football fans than most other games
CLARKSTON, WA - And speaking of the other team, let's jump over to the Washington side of the rivalry and check in with the Bantams!

The Clarkston Bantams football team may have taken a loss last week, but the effort and intensity will certainly be there when they face the Lewiston Bengals on Friday. They lost a close one to Moscow 30-20 in their first game of the season, but showed big signs on the offensive side. The River Rivalry means just as much to the Bantams as it does to the Bengals, something Head Coach Dave Curtis found out about almost three decades ago.

"When I first came 27 years ago I wasn't ready for it either,” said Curtis. “There are a lot of people, there's a lot at stake. It’s a big deal for both communities and it's gonna be a fun game. You know there's also a little more into it. It’s a non-league game so it doesn't mean anything to your championship goals, but it does mean a lot to the kids and the team and the school."

True, it may not be a league game, but this one means more to LC Valley football fans than most other games you're going to see on the schedule! Best of luck to both teams!