Two Grizzlies girls wrestlers took their opponents at the Kelso Invitational by storm.
After a successful weekend of basketball, the Prosser boys remain in the Top 4 basketball teams of the Central Washington Athletic Conference.
Lower Yakima Valley girls hoops teams posted a clean sweep Friday night, all knocking off opponents.
The Greyhounds lost last night, falling 46-58 to Toppenish.
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
Prosser jumps to early lead and hangs on
Despite being held to just 2 points in the second quarter, the Mustang girls held on for a 45-40 victory over league rival Ellensburg last night.
Walla Walla tries to erase 17-point deficit
The Mabton boys were up by 17 points midway through the second quarter before Walla Walla Valley Academy came to life.
Palacios leads Sunnyside with 23 points
Art Palacios led the Grizzlies to a 62-53 victory over the Pendleton, Ore. Buckaroos last night.
Sunnyside, Prosser and Grandview also competed
The Granger Spartans wrestling team took second place overall Friday in the Hanford Winter Cup.
Grizzlies lead Big 9 standings with 3-0,
For the second night in a row, the Sunnyside girls basketball team proved they are strong, defeating formidable opponent.
Sunnyside proves it can outhustle bigger team
It was the only action in town Friday, and the Grizzlies boys basketball team put on quite a show, defeating Coeur d’Alene, Idaho in overtime, 79-70.