Columbia Basin College (CBC) is bringing its summer volleyball skills camp to Sunnyside at the end of this month.
The Sunnyside Christian Knights concluded their short 12-game summer exhibition schedule by dropping both ends of a twin bill to a visiting prep baseball team from Stanfield, Ore. yesterday afternoon.
Despite some splashy performances by Grandview’s Brendon Lynch-McGhan and Tavian Valenzuela, the visiting Othello Barracudas made off with a 383-336 decision against the host Neptunes last night.
Sign-ups for the “Be a Star!” drama camp will take place at Grandview Middle School next Tuesday through Thursday, July 8-10.
The Sunnyside Christian Knights didn’t exactly bring their ‘A’ game to last Friday’s home twin bill against visiting Tri-City Prep.
Sunnyside’s Newhouse clan - Gage, Myles and Brielle - combined for eight victories in the individual events last night to spark the Sharks to a tightly contested 418-364 win over the Toppenish Tarpons.
Fifty youths participated this week in the Grandview High School football camp.
Damon Hurst drove in six runs yesterday to help the Sunnyside Grizzly 17U baseball team to a doubleheader split against Gonzaga Prep.
The Grandview municipal swimming pool is available for rental to the general public throughout the summer.
If there were any doubts as to which team is the favorite to win this year’s Mid-Valley Summer Swim League crown, they were laid to rest last night.
Making his first start for the Grizzlies’ 17U summer baseball team, freshman Alexis Amaro pitched three perfect innings in a close 5-4 loss in the doubleheader opener at Yakima yesterday.
Two, two-hit pitching performances in a doubleheader sweep over Grandview yesterday boosted the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team’s record to 4-4 on the season.
...with spring in their steps
SELAH – Fielding a youth movement of primarily freshmen, sophomores and even a seventh grader, the Sunnyside Grizzly 17U summer baseball team is playing with spring in mind.
NACHES – They’ll go down as two losses in the books, but the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team gave a good accounting of itself last Friday.
Riders from all over the Yakima Valley turned out for the fourth annual Sort 4 the Cause fundraiser held at Sunnyside’s Specks Arena this past weekend.