Three Greyhound athletes who participated in fall sports were recently named among those receiving CWAC League all-league honors.
Lyle-Wishram’s Kiya Childers digs up the ball this morning while MaeLynn Luke watches in the opening round of the 2015 State Volleyball Championships.
The host Grizzlies opened the 2015 bowling season yesterday with a 4-0 loss at the hands of Wenatchee.
Friday, Nov. 13, 6 p.m. • Lind-Ritzville High School • 209 E. Wellsandt Ave., Ritzville
“This is the biggest test we’ve come across in a long time,” Mabton football coach Trevor Curtis says of tackling state-ranked powerhouse Lind-Ritzville in tonight’s state 2B football playoff opener.
Sunnyside Christian girls win 1B state volleyball opener
The Sunnyside Christian girls win state 1B volleyball tournament opener, advance to the quarterfinals
Sunnyside High School cheerleaders are accustomed to performing in front of packed, noisy crowds on football fields around the Yakima Valley.
Greyhound football player Gunner Chronis has earned 2A male Athlete of the Week honors from the WIAA.
Sunnyside Christian Knights up against Neah Bay tomorrow
The Sunnyside Christian volleyball team is headed to the SunDome tomorrow to face Neah Bay in an opening round rematch in the state tournament. Game time is 11:30 a.m.
A fall high school sports season that saw two cross country runners qualify for State and the football team have its best year in nearly a decade garnered several Grizzlies Big 9 all-league honors.
Sunnyside High School’s Dallas Borrego and Jeniya Guillen ended their cross country season on a high note last Saturday, competing at the state 4A girls cross country championships.
Bickleton High School senior Andrew Gannon finished his high school cross country career with a trip to the podium this past Saturday at Sun Willows during the Washington state boys 1B/2B cross country championships.
Out the past two games due to injury, Eastmont’s Christian Thorn was indeed a thorn in the Grizzlies’ side last Friday, scoring four touchdowns to lead the Wildcats to a 36-13 victory in the season finale for both teams.
A scoreless stalemate turned into a rout as the Vikings dispatched Oroville 42-20 last Friday in a play-in contest for the 2B state tourney.
The Bickleton Pirates lost a heart-breaker of a match Saturday night to dash their hopes of going to the state 1B volleyball tournament.
Sunnyside Christian will play Neah Bay this Friday, Nov. 13, at 11:30 a.m., at the Yakima SunDome after winning the District 5 championship this past Saturday in Bickleton.