Two Lower Yakima Valley natives are among the Southern Oregon University Raider women competing at the National Wrestling Coaches Association national duals competition yesterday.
In what looked to be a tightly contested game, the visiting Wildcats prevailed 85-81 over the Greyhounds.
The Bulldogs defeated Grandview’s boys wrestling team, 60-21, last night.
Last night’s dual meet against West Valley (Yakima) was handily won by the Grizzlies, 65-6.
Team prepares for Kelso Invitational
January 5, 2017
Salmon throughout most of the state are in trouble, fisheries officials said.
The Tri-City Americans split their last two games, defeating the Spokane Chiefs 3-1 and losing 5-2 to the Kamloops Blazers.
Low impact, indoor exercise can be had at the Hampton Inn via a yoga class offered by Northwest Paddleboarding at 9 a.m. Sunday.
Two nights of motorcycle action are on tap at the TRAC Center.
Making up for a Dec. 14 postponement, the Vikings girls basketball team won Tuesday’s game against Walla Walla Valley Academy, 53-28.
The Sunnyside High School bowling team fell to Moses Lake last night.
The state’s new steelhead vehicle license plate officially went on sale yesterday.
The Yakima Chapter of Pheasants Forever hosted an upland bird hunting clinic last Wednesday at the Sunnyside-Snake River Wildlife Area.