Teams open season
The Sunnyside Municipal pool is filled with students from Chief Kamiakin Elementary School yesterday.
Another $4,000 needed to help 9-year-old with blood disease
A car wash supporting a Little Grapplers teammate being treated for a rare blood disease at a Seattle hospital was a success, thanks to the support of the community.
Sunnyside swim team first in the pool
The school year is nearly at its end and the weather is warming, reminding Lower Yakima Valley residents summer is nearly here.
More than 200 basketball competitors filled the parking lot at Grandview High School on Saturday.
Ten local youngsters have joined a sport that challenges them to develop leadership, confidence, physical well-being and stewardship.
Three students finish in Top 12 at state shoot
Three Whitstran Elementary School’s fourth- and fifth-grade archers are heading to the National Archery School Program competition.
Three Mabton Little Vikings claimed so-called “state” championship honors at the Jason Crawford Memorial Tournament on April 8.
Jason Crawford Memorial Tournament attracts 1,464 wrestlers; features 3,000 bouts
Spokane Convention Center was overtaken by youth wrestlers from Eastern Washington and North Idaho on Saturday.
Sunnyside grapplers won 38 medals last weekend
Lower Yakima Valley Little Guy wrestling teams will be headed to Spokane on Friday to compete in the annual statewide Jason Crawford Memorial Tournament.
Youth wrestling teams filled the Granger High School gymnasium Saturday for a Little Guy league tournament.
Girls from throughout the region converged on gyms at the local schools, as well as Granger, for the 25th annual AAU Zillah Spring Fling this weekend.
Wrestlers bring home medals from Mattawa
Sunnyside Little Grapplers take to the mat Saturday.
Local wrestlers won medals at Royal City
The Sunnyside Little Grapplers will head to Mattawa this coming weekend for the next tournament in their two-month season.
The experience of being selected to compete in a national football game is the dream of a local 11-year-old.