STANFIELD, ORE. – After a competitive 7-3 loss to Riverside/Irrigon, the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team fell 13-2 to host Stanfield, Ore.
SELAH – Gleaning whatever positives he can find from a summer exhibition schedule in which his team has posted a record of 1-15, Grizzly baseball coach Nicholas Gurnard wasn’t hanging his head last Friday.
The unbeaten Sunnyside Sharks easily turned back the visiting Grandview Neptunes last night, winning by a 654-150 margin.
The spring Chinook salmon season is coming to a close for local anglers, on the Washington state portion of the Snake River.
Ten sessions of instruction detailing the finer points of playing baseball are being offered by the Sunnyside Baseball Academy.
The LaSalle Lightning turned the tables on Sunnyside’s prep baseball team yesterday.
Julian Rivera, a 2012 Sunnyside High School graduate, is surrounded by his parents – Cecilia and Ruben Rivera (at left) – and his baseball coach at Wenatchee Valley College, Dustin Willis (at right).
Visiting Naches broke out the bats Tuesday night in earning a doubleheader sweep at Sunnyside Christian.
Grandview Neptune 8&U swimmer Cruz Gonzalez is happy to finish the 40-yard backstroke at last night’s home swim meet against Selah.
The latest and most recent casualty caught in the wake of the Sunnyside Sharks is the Prosser Piranhas swim team.
Sunnyside High School’s summer baseball team nearly knocked off Ellensburg in the last of its four games at the just completed Brent Edwards Memorial Baseball Tournament in Selah.
Sunnyside’s Daybreak Rotary Club is considering what it can do to improve Sunnyside’s parks after a short presentation by Megan Razey this past Wednesday morning about the state of the city’s parks and recreation programs.
With an 8-run mercy rule in effect, both of the Sunnyside High School baseball team’s games got cut short yesterday.