The good news is that Mabton’s soccer team showed a bit of progress against perennial power Highland.
Hard work helped the Greyhounds to multiple first-place finishes at a four-team CWAC league meet at East Valley last night, according to Grandview Coach Rick Ramos.
It was a rough day on the tennis courts for Grandview yesterday (Thursday). Both the boys and girls were blanked by Selah (5-0).
Sunnyside High School No. 2 singles player Matthew Gallagher returns a shot over the net to Moses Lake player Ming Bowser in action Thursday afternoon, yesterday, in Sunnyside.
Although the Grandview girls golf team didn’t have their best day on the links, Coach Glenn Braman said he was pleased with the performance of the team’s three freshmen this past Tuesday.
The Sunnyside boys golf team took to the links for the fourth Big Nine League match of the season on Tuesday of this week at Yakima Elks Golf and Country Club.
Despite only earning five first-place finishes, Sunnyside High School athletes had a solid day at a three-team league meet hosted by Eastmont yesterday.
MABTON – Viking athletes put on a good show for the home crowd yesterday in a league meet against Kittitas and White Swan.
EAST WENATCHEE - Sunnyside High School boys No. 3 singles player Nathan Laverman was the sole winner for Sunnyside in action held at Eastmont Tuesday afternoon.
YAKIMA - In a battle of two teams that were winless in CBBN play, Eisenhower ended up with the W Tuesday against visiting Sunnyside. The Cadets prevailed 15-2.
DALLESPORT – The Mabton Lady Vikings split a doubleheader with the combined Klickitat, Lyle and Wishram softball team yesterday at a game held in Dallesport.
GRANGER – A rivalry match came down to the final minutes of regulation, as host Granger escaped with a 2-0 victory over Mabton in SCAC action Tuesday night.
The semi-pro soccer team Yakima United will appear on Mabton’s home pitch this coming Friday for a special exhibition match.