Girls in fourth through eighth grades interested in participating in volleyball are urged to sign up for the Sunnyside Club Volleyball season next Wednesday.
MOSES LAKE – The Sunnyside volleyball team lost 3-0 to No. 3 seeded Moses Lake in a District play-in match this past Tuesday evening.
MOXEE – The Grandview volleyball team threw a scare into defending District champ Ellensburg before falling 3-1 in a loser-out playoff match last Tuesday night.
Five Mabton High School athletes – four seniors and a junior – have been named first team all-stars for their play on the gridiron this season in the Central Washington 2B League’s southern division.
The season is officially over for the Grandview High School cross-country team.
The Bickleton High School boys cross-country team qualified two runners for the State championships, at the 1B/2B District 5/6 meet held this past Saturday at Walla Walla Point Park in Wenatchee.
District playoffs begin this Thursday
With two 1B State tournament berths up for grabs at this week’s District 5 championship tourney, the odds are in Sunnyside Christian’s favor the Lady Knights will be moving on to the big dance.
The Mabton Lady Vikes had one final chance to advance to District, but this past Saturday Liberty Bell proved to be the better team.
The Lady Grizzly soccer team wasn’t able to duplicate last week’s victory over Wenatchee, as it lost to the host Panthers 2-0 last Saturday in a loser-out playoff match.
Sunnyside High School junior varsity football player Myles Alvarez (3) gets some blocks from Grizzly teammates T.J. Lee (10) and Isaiah Ramos (55) in Monday night’s game against the Eisenhower High School JV team.
It came down to the tiebreaker score again this week with T.J. Aguilar taking top honors, leaving Ray Mirelez as the runner-up in the weekly football forecast contest.
Needing a top two finish to move on to the Class 2A State swim meet, the Grandview girls’ season ended last Saturday at the District 5/6/7 meet in Ellensburg.
Sunnyside High School senior Cassadie Moore has earned a third straight trip to the WIAA state swim meet.
Despite picking up just its second victory of the season this past Saturday, the Sunnyside volleyball team is still very much alive.
After a tight first half that saw Sunnyside Christian trail just 22-18 at intermission, the visiting Garfield-Palouse Vikings prevailed 46-30 last Saturday afternoon at Clem Senn Field.