Two, two-hit pitching performances in a doubleheader sweep over Grandview yesterday boosted the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team’s record to 4-4 on the season.
...with spring in their steps
SELAH – Fielding a youth movement of primarily freshmen, sophomores and even a seventh grader, the Sunnyside Grizzly 17U summer baseball team is playing with spring in mind.
NACHES – They’ll go down as two losses in the books, but the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team gave a good accounting of itself last Friday.
Sunnyside’s Avery Bonzi and Matthew Marquez led a balanced attack by the Sharks last night.
The Grandview High School boys swim team is hosting a swim techniques clinic on Friday and Saturday, June 27-28.
A last-inning, four-run rally – coupled with a 16-6 blowout in the nightcap – gave the Sunnyside Christian Knights a doubleheader sweep of the visiting Grandview High School summer baseball team Tuesday afternoon.
Limiting the visiting Grandview Neptunes to just five wins in the 69 races staged last night, Sunnyside rolled to its third straight victory in Mid-Valley Summer Swim League play.
The Sunnyside boys 10&U swimmers didn’t give up a single point to their Prosser counterparts last night, spearheading the Sharks to a dominating 495-258 victory over the host Piranhas.
In the photo above, 10&U swimmer Ethan Padgham of Grandview competes in the backstroke leg of the boys 160-yard medley relay.
Not facing much of a test in their season opener, the Sunnyside Sharks rang up a convincing 639-60 victory over the Naches Barracudas last night.
In addition to open swim hours from 1 to 3 p.m. and 3:15 to 5:15 p.m. seven days a week, the Sunnyside municipal pool is available for rentals and swim lessons throughout the summer.
In a much closer contest than the final score would indicate, the Sunnyside Grizzly 17U summer baseball team fell 8-2 to East Valley last night.
Trekking south of the state line, the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team dropped both ends of a doubleheader to the Stanfield nine yesterday.
Tim Martinez and Erick Heisey combined to hold the Yakima Jr. Beetles scoreless for five innings to lead the Grizzly 17U baseball team to its first victory of the summer.
A three-run rally in the third inning proved just enough for Prosser to knock off the Sunnyside High School summer baseball team yesterday (Wednesday), 3-2.