First through sixth graders can get a jump on the spring baseball season at a special holiday camp scheduled in Sunnyside for later this month.
The Mabton High School cheerleaders will be hosting a cheer camp for youngsters in pre-school through eighth grade, who are interested in learning cheerleading techniques.
Football player overcomes hurdles
Joey Silos likes rap music. He also likes playing football for Sunnyside’s Harrison Middle School.
Sunnyside’s Cal Ripken Baseball organization will be offering free baseball instruction this fall at the Harrison Middle School batting cages.
The local youth soccer program ran from early May through the end of August.
Compiling a record of 4-0, the Sunnyside-based Crazy Legs won the 9th-10th grade girls division at the Hot Shots 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament in downtown Yakima last weekend.
Sunnyside’s 509 Ballerz basketball team earned the second-place trophy in the boys fourth grade division at the AAU West Coast National Championships in Las Vegas last weekend.
The basics of fastpitch softball will be the focus of the Grizzly Fastpitch Camp/Clinic next week.
Claiming victory in 62 of the 73 races staged last night, the Sunnyside Sharks made off with a convincing 629-129 win over the host Grandview Neptunes.
Round two action got underway for the Sunnyside swim team last Thursday, and it was more of the same for the Sharks.
Despite some splashy performances by Grandview’s Brendon Lynch-McGhan and Tavian Valenzuela, the visiting Othello Barracudas made off with a 383-336 decision against the host Neptunes last night.
Sunnyside’s Newhouse clan - Gage, Myles and Brielle - combined for eight victories in the individual events last night to spark the Sharks to a tightly contested 418-364 win over the Toppenish Tarpons.
Fifty youths participated this week in the Grandview High School football camp.
If there were any doubts as to which team is the favorite to win this year’s Mid-Valley Summer Swim League crown, they were laid to rest last night.
Sunnyside’s youth soccer program did not have a season last year because of a lack of volunteers, according to Lower Yakima Valley Youth Soccer Association President Tyler Everett.