February 5, 2016
February 5, 2016
Tri-City Americans Governor/General Manager Bob Tory announced yesterday the team signed Riley Sawchuk to a standard WHL Players Agreement.
One lucky Yakima Pepsi Beetles baseball supporter will win a car this weekend.
Staff at the Sunnyside Community Center released the schedule this week for open gym/game room days for the month of February.
Grizzlies rally for 2-point win
The Sunnyside girls wrestling team won its final dual match last night at Pasco, 42-40.
Keene-Riverview Elementary School staff are as busy as their bee mascot while attempting to get the most steps into their daily routine.
Eastern Washington Adventures is hosting the 11th annual ORV Meet & Greet next Saturday, Feb. 6, at the Slab.
The Grandview girls wrestling team struggled last night in a 24-18 loss at Kiona-Benton.
Bickleton’s boys basketball team fell 53-39 last night at Yakama Tribal.
Boys and girls in the hunt for league titles
The Mabton boys basketball team won a thriller last night, 68-65, over the host Coyotes.
The Knights’ boys basketball team showed its dominance on the court, beating Trout Lake 77-22 last night.
From 5:45 to 7 p.m. tomorrow the Tri-City Americans will have an autograph signing session at Outback.
During a recent meeting, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Board voted to keep the Tacoma Dome as the venue for the Gridiron Classic finals.
The Grizzly dance team is headed to Kennewick Saturday to compete at 11 a.m. at Kamiakin High School, 600 N. Arthur St.
The Sunnyside girls wrestling team finished first among 23 teams competing Saturday at the Grandview Invitational.