Hanford event brings 21 girls wrestling teams
The Granger girls wrestling team finished fifth overall Friday in the Girls Winter Cup at Hanford High School.
The Grandview girls basketball team improved its record to 3-4, 4-5 with an overwhelming 76-19 victory over Quincy last night.
Last Thursday, the Grandview girls wrestling team competed in the Columbia Burbank Invite, and one grappler earned championship honors in her weight class.
Overcoming Monday’s loss to Granger, the Mabton Vikings girls basketball team rallied for a 68-52 victory over Liberty Christian on Wednesday.
Area basketball teams will take a break from the court until after Christmas. The last local game before Christmas — Ellensburg at Sunnyside — was postponed last night due to an influenza outbreak on the Bulldogs team. That game is tentatively rescheduled for Jan. 10.
The Spartans girls and boys basketball teams won their games against Mabton on Monday. The girls defeated the Vikings, 55-43, and the boys won, 78-46.
Although the Grizzlies boys wrestling team is currently ranked No. 9 in the 4A polls, quite a few are excelling this season.
The Grandview girls basketball team traveled to East Valley (Yakima) Tuesday and suffered a 49-57 loss.
Wrestlers from throughout the region joined the Grizzlies on the mats at yesterday’s Mix and Match.
Following up their Cadet Classic title, the Grizzlies wrestling team returned to Eisenhower last night to dominate the Cadets, 74-3. The Grizzlies won eight matches by pin and two by major decision. The Cadets also forfeited three matches.
The Pirates lost their first game of the season, 41-55, to Touchet last night.
The Grandview boys basketball team defeated Othello, 71-67, on Saturday. The Greyhounds lost Tuesday night, 47-69, to East Valley (Yakima).
The Prosser Mustangs girls basketball team battled from behind to win last night’s game against Selah, 62-53.
Competing against 6-0 Selah was certain to be a challenge for the Mustangs boys basketball team last night.
Greyhounds top Huskies; Granger falls
The Chiefs girls basketball team stopped the Sunnyside Grizzlies, 50-43, on Saturday.