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Comment period extended for proposed fishing rules

The public will have more time to review proposed changes to fishing rules for the Columbia River Basin under an extended comment period announced recently by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Nominations sought for fishing advisory groups

Fishing managers for agencies in Washington and Oregon are seeking candidates to fill positions on advisory committees that provide guidance on sport and commercial fishing issues on the Columbia and Snake rivers.

Mendoza garners two wins for SHS

YAKIMA – Sunnyside’s Jolissa Mendoza brought her ‘A’ game to last Saturday’s double-dual swim meet at Yakima’s Lions Pool.

Lady Knights lose 3-of-4 matches

Losing the team’s setter, Aydan Harrington, to an ankle injury during warm-ups last Saturday morning should have provided a clue to the Sunnyside Christian Lady Knights they were in for a long haul at the Burbank volleyball invitational.

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Pirates too much for Sunnyside

For three years the Davis High School football team has patiently built its program around a class that now numbers 17 seniors on the varsity squad.

Patriots stymie S’side Christian

The Liberty Christian 8-man football team lived up to its No. 2 State ranking among 1B schools with a 62-16 thumping of Sunnyside Christian last Friday.

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Vikings blast Soap Lake 42-7 in homecoming game

It was a triumphant homecoming for the Viking football team last Friday.

Granger’s Isiordia first at Ki-Be

BENTON CITY – Horn Rapids Park’s three-mile running path saw Granger High School boy cross country runner Lorenzo Isiordia struggling to stay ahead of Bickleton High School’s Andrew Gannon and Goldendale’s Dillon Rising in Thursday’s SCAC action.

Sunnyside harriers earn personal bests at Oregon meet

PENDLETON, ORE. – Sunnyside High School harriers finished in ninth place out of 21 schools at the Kyle Burnside Wildhorse Invite Thursday night in Pendleton, Ore.

Lady Pirates fall to Lady Knights

BICKLETON – The Lady Pirates came up short in their first meeting against league opponents, the Sunnyside Christian Lady Knights, losing in three sets, 25-5, 25-10, 25-19.

Lady Vikes fall in four at Waterville

WATERVILLE – The Mabton Lady Viking volleyball team tried to dig itself out of a couple of holes Thursday night but came up short in a 3-1 loss at Waterville.

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Grandview netters surge for third straight win

GRANDVIEW – What a difference a week makes!

New state record set in Wenatchee pool

WENATCHEE – A new state record was set Tuesday in the Wenatchee pool by the Wenatchee High School girls swim team with a clocking of 3:41.58 in the 400-yard freestyle relay.