Photo by Haley Ausbun.

Photo by Haley Ausbun.

Police beat firefighters, but local nonprofit is the winner

First Responders Bowl raises money for I Am Lionhardt

Police took the win at the second annual First Responder Bowl, the face-off between Renton Regional Fire Authority and Renton Police Department.

The game ended 12-8. Renton fire came in at the last quarter with two pushes into the end zone, but it wasn’t enough to keep their winning streak going.

The event, held on Saturday, June 8 at Renton Memorial Stadium, had a lot of build up from both organizations social media. Renton fire coach went so far to show his moves in a video.

The proceeds this year went to I Am Lionhardt, a Renton organization dedicated to providing financial support for first responders battling cancer and other critical illness.

Last year, Renton fire beat police 31-19, with proceeds going to Seattle Children’s Hospital.


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Photo by Haley Ausbun. Renton police celebrate their victory, and another year holding onto the trophy, at the 2019 First Responder Bowl on Saturday, June 8 at Renton Memorial Stadium.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. Renton police celebrate their victory, and another year holding onto the trophy, at the 2019 First Responder Bowl on Saturday, June 8 at Renton Memorial Stadium.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. Hazen High School cheer teams performed, rallying the crowd and two teams at the 2019 First Responder Bowl on Saturday, June 8 at Renton Memorial Stadium.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. Hazen High School cheer teams performed, rallying the crowd and two teams at the 2019 First Responder Bowl on Saturday, June 8 at Renton Memorial Stadium.

Photo by Haley Ausbun.

Photo by Haley Ausbun.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. Renton police celebrate their victory, and another year holding onto the trophy, at the 2019 First Responder Bowl on Saturday, June 8 at Renton Memorial Stadium.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. Renton police celebrate their victory, and another year holding onto the trophy, at the 2019 First Responder Bowl on Saturday, June 8 at Renton Memorial Stadium.

Photo by Haley Ausbun.

Photo by Haley Ausbun.

Photo by Haley Ausbun.

Photo by Haley Ausbun.

Photo by Haley Ausbun.

Photo by Haley Ausbun.

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