Former Grandview High School girls junior varsity basketball coach Chad Bunker has taken charge of the varsity girls team.
Little more than a year ago Aliya Garcia was competing as a Neptune, a member of Grandview’s summer swim team.
Sunnyside Sharks claim runner-up honors for sixth consecutive year
PROSSER – Selah has a death grip on the Mid-Valley Summer Swim League championship trophy.
An early 4-0 lead wasn’t enough as the Sunnyside Grizzly summer baseball team fell 13-7 at home to the Selah-based Pepsi Pak select team.
Chamelle Abringe smashed two pool records on the way to helping lead the Sunnyside Shark summer swim team to a 530-164 rout of visiting Naches last night.
Grandview girls 14&U swimmer Mercedes Mendoza (foreground above) is neck-and-neck with a Prosser opponent in last night’s 160-yard medley relay.
CHENEY – After a strong showing the first day at the Spokane area’s Wood Bat Classic baseball tourney, the Sunnyside Grizzly summer squad found it tough going last Friday in a pair of losses.
STANFIELD, ORE. – After a competitive 7-3 loss to Riverside/Irrigon, the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team fell 13-2 to host Stanfield, Ore.
Reaching base in each of his four at-bats, Alexis Amaro served as the catalyst for the Sunnyside High School baseball team’s first victory of the summer season.
GRANDVIEW – For the second time in less than a week, Sunnyside Christian’s pitching depth proved too much for Grandview in a sweep of the Greyhounds on Monday.
Nine of this year’s Sunnyside High School graduates have committed to play for several different college sports teams.
YAKIMA – Just two years after starting its softball program anew, Sunnyside Christian came oh so close to earning a trophy at last weekend’s State 1B tourney.
TACOMA – Besting the school record he set the previous week at the District 5/6/7 competition in Spokane, Grandview’s Gunner Chronis returned home from the 2A State meet in Tacoma this past weekend with a seventh-place finish in the boys’ high jump.