March 27, 2015
March 27, 2015
Sunnyside’s Cristian Chavez outmaneuvers Felipe Hernandez of Davis in yesterday’s Big Nine League match-up.
Completing the non-league portion of its spring schedule, the Grandview High School boys and girls tennis squads both fell to the visiting East Valley Red Devils yesterday afternoon.
The Sunnyside Christian fastpitch team yesterday opened its season with a non-league doubleheader against Tri-Cities Prep.
Base-running errors in the first inning proved costly for the Sunnyside Lady Grizzly softball team in an 11-0 loss at Davis yesterday.
Sunnyside Christian’s Ryan Groenweg focuses on the ball as he swings during the Knights’ 17-0 game one loss to visiting Tri-Cities Prep yesterday.
Back to the drawing board!
GRANDVIEW – In a move to bring competitive, nationally-known American Legion baseball back to the Lower Valley, Grandview’s Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion voted to sponsor a baseball club beginning in 2016.
WENATCHEE – The Sunnyside High School boys golf team traveled to the Wenatchee Country Club for its first league match yesterday.
YAKIMA – Jacqueline Kranz was the lone Lady Grizzly to tour the Yakima Country Club greens yesterday.
Seven golfers shot sub-80 rounds yesterday at the annual Grandview Boys Golf Invitational, staged at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
MABTON – For the third match in a row the Mabton Viking soccer team went into the half with the scoreboard reading 2-0.
MOSES LAKE – Sunnyside may have dominated most of last Friday’s match at Moses Lake, but in the end it was for naught.
MOXEE – The Sunnyside girls’ fast start out of the gate for the 2015 spring season continued at last Saturday’s Papa Wells Track & Field Invitational.