Sunnyside’s swim team gave the highly touted Eastmont Wildcats a run for their money yesterday.
Although the squad started slow and tired a little at the end, the 1B Lady Pirates varsity had a great night against the 2B Mabton JV squad, winning in three sets.
The 4A Sunnyside Lady Grizzly soccer team struck first but couldn’t make it hold up in a 2-1 home loss to 2A Prosser Tuesday night.
The 1A Highland Scotties, with home field advantage, prevailed 2-1 against visiting 2B Mabton last night.
The visiting Pirates steamrolled the Sunnyside Christian Knights, 48-0, in the 8-man football game.
For the first 15 minutes of last Friday’s game at Joe Albi Stadium, the Sunnyside Grizzlies looked lost.
The Mabton Viking football team last Friday, in its home opener, took on a tough opponent in Tri-Cities Prep.
Sunnyside harriers turn in strong showing
Grandview High School senior Samuel Cuevas sped to a second-place finish on Highland High School’s No. 2 course at last Saturday’s Apple Ridge Invitational.
The Lady Greyhounds dominated the first half, but Sunnyside goalie Vanessa Loera kept the ball out of the net.
This past Saturday the Mabton girls soccer team proved to itself that hard work pays off.
The Mabton volleyball team this past Saturday competed in the Waitsburg-Prescott Volleyball Invitational, winning two of its five matches.
Sunnyside High School soccer players (L-R) Aylin Bautista and Victoria Torres double up to regain control of the ball in Thursday night’s Big Nine League match-up against Moses Lake.
MATTAWA – The 2B Mabton Lady Viking soccer team remains winless after facing 1A Wahluke last night.
YAKIMA – Sunnyside’s youth and inexperience pop-ped to the forefront at the opening Columbia Basin Big Nine League cross-country meet of the season Thursday afternoon.
MOSES LAKE – The Moses Lake Chiefs last night swept the visiting Sunnyside Lady Grizzly volleyball team in three straight sets.