Swim league championships on tap this weekend in Othello
The head-to-head portion of the 2014 Mid-Valley Summer Swim League schedule ended uneventfully for both the Grandview Neptunes and Sunnyside Sharks last night.
Last night, a monkey wrench got thrown into what looked to be a two-horse race at next week’s Mid-Valley Summer Swim League championship meet.
Back in the mid-1970s, Chris Golob was wowing Sunnyside High School basketball fans with his moves on the court.
Sunnyside summer youth baseball programs just received a financial boost, thanks to C Speck Motors in the form of a $500 donation.
SELAH – The Selah Dolphins, unbeaten in dual-meet action this summer and seeking a fifth consecutive league title, last night dealt the Sunnyside Sharks only their second loss of the season.
In its next-to-last game of the summer, the Sunnyside Grizzly 17U baseball team held on for a 7-5 victory over host East Valley last Saturday.
At the end of the slide, Bella Campos reaches for the float held up by Andrew Diddens at the Sunnyside pool last Friday afternoon.
The basics of fastpitch softball will be the focus of the Grizzly Fastpitch Camp/Clinic next week.
As of today (Friday), anglers will be able to retain eight salmon, including up to six adult sockeye salmon, in the mainstem portions of the Columbia River above Priest Rapids Dam.
Claiming victory in 62 of the 73 races staged last night, the Sunnyside Sharks made off with a convincing 629-129 win over the host Grandview Neptunes.
A half dozen or so teams have already registered for Sunnyside’s fourth annual Old School Senior Softball Tournament.
Round two action got underway for the Sunnyside swim team last Thursday, and it was more of the same for the Sharks.