Despite a couple of top notch performances from Megan Kinney and Alyson Spidle, the Sunnyside High School girls’ bowling team dropped a 3-1 decision in its season opener yesterday to the visiting Moses Lake Chiefs.
The Sunnyside High School 2014 fall sports award ceremony is scheduled for this Thursday, Nov. 20, at 6:30 p.m.
Sunnyside High School senior Cassadie Moore wrapped up her prep swimming career this past weekend with a third consecutive appearance at the WIAA state meet for girls.
Best ever finish for Sunnyside Christian
The defining moment of the Sunnyside Christian volleyball team’s run this year may have been in the final match at the SunDome. Down by two sets and trailing 24-18 in the third, senior Mirella Jimenez was accidentally elbowed in the nose, causing a nosebleed.
Sunnyside Christian’s Katelyn Banks (#8) tips the ball over the outstretched hands of a Neah Bay opponent.
Sunnyside’s J’Den Briones was the only contestant to miss just one game in this week’s Sunnyside merchants football forecast contest. He will pick up $50 for his first-place finish.
PASCO – Bickleton’s Andrew Gannon was the top Pirate harrier this past Saturday at the 1B/2B WIAA State cross-country championships.
WHITE SALMON – Sunnyside Christian made short work of its two District 5 foes this past Saturday, and in the process earned its fourth consecutive trip to the WIAA Class 1B State Girls Volleyball Tournament.
Sunnyside’s losing streak at 22 games
EAST WENATCHEE – For nearly 24 minutes it appeared the Sunnyside Grizzly football team was at least within striking distance of having a shot for its first win of the season in last Friday’s finale at Eastmont.
OKANOGAN – What a turn-around! In a span of two seasons the Mabton High football team has gone from snapping a 36-game losing streak to qualifying for the playoffs.
ST. JOHN – For the third consecutive game the Sunnyside Christian football team made history. Two weeks ago it was the Knights’ single-season passing yardage record falling to QB Justin Faber. Last week it was Nate Scheenstra becoming the first Sunnyside Christian football player to total 1,000 receiving yards in a season.
GRANDVIEW – A furious rally fell just short for the Grandview Greyhounds in a 14-13 loss Thursday night to visiting Wapato.
The season for Coho salmon fishing in the Yakima River has been extended to Sunday, Nov. 16.
Throw out the season opener back on Sept. 9, and the Sunnyside Christian High School volleyball team has been untouchable this fall.