Yesterday’s sunshine was greeted warmly by the 18 girls high school golf teams competing in the Lee Dolquist Memorial Girls Golf Tournament. It was “…a good day for golf,” according to Grandview Coach Glenn Braman.
Sunnyside High School No. 2 singles player Nathan Laverman remains unbeaten on the season after earning his fourth straight victory in action held yesterday on his home court.
In SCAC action yesterday, Thursday, the Mabton Viking soccer team had its way with visiting Kiona-Benton.
Tri-Cities Prep showed plenty of pop yesterday in a doubleheader sweep of the Mabton Lady Viking softball team.
The Sunnyside High School softball program will hold a community softball clinic tomorrow, Saturday for girls ages seven to 13.
MOSES LAKE – The highlights for the Sunnyside High School tennis squads this past Tuesday were Nathan Laverman’s victory at boys No. 2 singles and the win that Mirella Ramirez and Stephanie Herrera nailed down at girls No. 1 doubles.
Lady Greyhound Isabel Pina connects with the ball in the opening game of yesterday’s twin bill against Ephrata.
For nearly an hour the Mabton Viking soccer team battled toe-to-toe with 1A soccer powerhouse Highland.
Mabton athletes performed well at the River View meet yesterday in Kennewick, with two first-place finishers.
Sunnyside’s Cristian Chavez outmaneuvers Felipe Hernandez of Davis in yesterday’s Big Nine League match-up.
Completing the non-league portion of its spring schedule, the Grandview High School boys and girls tennis squads both fell to the visiting East Valley Red Devils yesterday afternoon.
The Sunnyside Christian fastpitch team yesterday opened its season with a non-league doubleheader against Tri-Cities Prep.
Base-running errors in the first inning proved costly for the Sunnyside Lady Grizzly softball team in an 11-0 loss at Davis yesterday.
Sunnyside Christian’s Ryan Groenweg focuses on the ball as he swings during the Knights’ 17-0 game one loss to visiting Tri-Cities Prep yesterday.
Back to the drawing board!