Sunnyside Christian home opener set for Friday, Sept. 19
TOUCHET – The Sunnyside Christian Knight football team gave 2013 State runner-up Touchet all it could handle before falling 72-38 last Friday night.
GRANDVIEW – With just one senior on its roster this season, the Grandview High School girls soccer team is undeniably young.
GRANGER – It took two overtimes to decide the final outcome of the non-league match-up between 2B Mabton and host 1A Granger this past Friday.
ELLENSBURG – And, they’re off!
EPHRATA – A veteran in the prep swimming ranks, Sunnyside High School’s Cassadie Moore spearheaded a strong performance by the Lady Grizzlies at last Saturday’s season opening, non-scoring meet hosted by the Ephrata Tigers.
The Mabton High School girls soccer team last night struggled with communication, missing connections between its midfielders and forwards.
Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion has decided to sponsor a program to recognize student-athletes who are the top scholars in their respective sport at Grandview High School.
Highland High School cross-country runner Rodrigo Ventura set the pace on the flat 1.75-mile course set up by the Yakama Nation team yesterday (Thursday) in Toppenish.
The Sunnyside volleyball team dropped its first regulation length match of the season to Prosser last night. It was a back-and-forth affair through five sets of action, but the Lady Grizzlies fell short.
The 2A Grandview Lady Greyhound volleyball team had something to prove Thursday evening against the host 4A Davis Pirates.
In its season debut, the 2B Mabton Lady Viking volleyball team fell 3-0 Thursday night to visiting 1B Sunnyside Christian.
Last night’s volleyball match between the Bickleton Lady Pirates varsity and Zillah’s JV squad was exciting to watch, but ultimately a disappointment for the home team.
Starting the Sunnyside High School football season with a tailgate party for freshmen is a way to mark the newcomers’ first home game of the 2014 season.
It wasn’t the most polished of efforts, but as some say, a win is a win.
One game from being swept by the Tri-Cities Prep Jaguars, the Sunnyside Christian High School girls volleyball team stormed back last night and made a match of it.