Borrego has best Sunnyside finish
Of the local volleyball teams competing last night, three won their matches.
One of four volleyball teams to play last night, the Mustangs were the only local team to prevail against opponents.
Although the opposing teams won last night’s dual meet, Sunnyside had top performances from one of its divers.
Three Lower Yakima Valley girls soccer teams were home and two traveled yesterday.
The Almira/Coulee-Hartline Warriors flew past the Yakama Tribal Eagles in 8-man football action Friday afternoon, 64-30, in Toppenish.
Prosser, Grandview and Granger move past opponents
Three area girls soccer teams posted victories Saturday.
The home team’s early surge contributed to a dominating 50-33 victory on Friday.
Despite a less-than-stellar first quarter, the Granger football team defeated the Scotties, 40-16, Friday.
Grandview and Prosser girls swim teams competed against Selah and Toppenish on Thursday.
Grandview still looking for league win
Although the coach for the Mustangs believes his offense had a slow start in the first quarter, the home team dominated Friday’s game.
Team has best start in seven year history
The Sunnyside Christian Knights are having their best football season yet.
Grizzlies nation was out proud and loud Friday night in support of the football team’s homecoming game, filling the stands beyond capacity as they watched a hard-fought victory.
Volleyball player recognized