YAKIMA – At last Saturday’s SunDome Volleyball Festival the Grandview Greyhounds were able to eke out one victory on the day.
YAKIMA – At last Saturday’s SunDome Volleyball Festival, the Sunnyside Grizzlies went 0-for-5 on the day.
BICKLETON – With sophomore Kira Harvey blasting away from the service line, the Bickleton Pirates varsity volleyball team made short work of the Sunnyside High School JV last night.
YAKIMA – The Mabton Lady Vikes had success at the SunDome Volleyball Festival this past weekend in their final match against Wahluke, a team they defeated earlier in the week.
Looks like more folks from out of the area are entering this year’s Lower Valley Merchants Football Forecast Contest…and they’re winning.
Officials with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife have removed fishing restrictions on American River, Swauk Creek, Williams Creek and all other Swauk Creek tributaries.
Sunnyside Christian High School Principal Dean Wagenaar received quite the surprise yesterday, Monday, when he called Colton, host of this coming Friday’s eight-man football game between the two schools.
The Lady Knights struggled at the Yakima SunDome Volleyball Festival this past weekend, coming away with a single win and three losses in the annual competition.
Bickleton High School brothers Andrew and Michael Gannon brought home outstanding times from the annual Apple Ridge Invitational this past weekend, according to their coach.
Grandview’s Adrian Benitez has fastest time on team
At this past Saturday’s Apple Ridge Invitational, hosted by Highland, the Sunnyside boys and girls cross country teams racked up numerous personal bests and several season bests to earn the second lowest score in the field for runner-up honors to Cedarcrest.
The Bickleton volleyball team learned a lot at the SunDome Volleyball Festival despite missing a couple of key players.
Grandview’s Angel Munoz (12) moves the ball past Sunnyside’s Ashlee Maldonado (21) as the 2A Lady Greyhounds secure a 2-1 victory over the 4A Grizzlies this past Saturday.
It was the first time the two teams met on the newly minted artificial turf at Rich Leenhouts Stadium, but the visiting Selah Vikings were unfazed and prevailed this past Friday 27-6 over the Grandview Greyhound football team.
Zavala tallies four TDs
“It took us a bit to get things figured out,” Mabton Coach Trevor Curtis says of his team’s 27-10 victory at Tri-Cities Prep last Friday.
In a battle of unbeaten 8-man football teams, it was Sunnyside Christian prevailing 68-50 over Naselle.