Bowling Report

Glow run set for May 20

The Selah Valley Lions Club is hosting its inaugural Selah Community Days 5K Glow Run on May 20.

Hoops for Hope in May

A fundraiser for Extra Mile Student Center is planned May 27-28.

New gym to be unveiled

The School District is celebrating the completion of the High School’s new competition gymnasium tomorrow.

Golfer commits to college

The High School is celebrating the accomplishments of one of its athletes.

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Man arrested for poaching 25 elk

A local man was arrested in connection with a poaching investigation conducted by the Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Division.

Memorial tournament set

Alumni from Washington State University are set to gather May 20 at Sunnyview Park to swing some bats in honor of their friend, Grandview’s David Quentin Hernandez.

Knights lose twin bill

The 1B Sunnyside Christian fastpitch team lost both its games to the 1A Zillah Leopards Tuesday.

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A day on the links

Carolina Limon and Kiana Hellner-Gomez of Sunnyside High School work on their strokes at Wenatchee Golf and Country Club.

Area golfers improve scores on the links

The Grandview Greyhounds girls golf team hosted Selah, Toppenish and Ellensburg at Black Rock Golf Course yesterday.

Greyhounds boys net win

The Greyhounds boys tennis team defeated Selah, 3-2, yesterday and the girls lost to the Vikings, 1-4.

Knights defeat Kittitas

The Sunnyside Christian Knights baseball team defeated the Coyotes, 13-8, Monday.

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Sunnyside and Mabton win matches

Granger team reduced to 8 due to red cards

The Mustangs lost, 1-2, visiting Ephrata yesterday.

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World-class wrestlers

Reno World Championship wrestlers runner-up, front, Dalilah Torres and, back left to right, fourth-place finisher Lourdes Torres, champion Aylin Bautista and runner-up Margarita Torres pose with their trophies from the Reno World Championships.

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Whitstran archers head to nationals

Three students finish in Top 12 at state shoot

Three Whitstran Elementary School’s fourth- and fifth-grade archers are heading to the National Archery School Program competition.