Panthers attack goal 17 times
Vikings outswim Greyhounds, 106-44
Selah wins league cross country meet
Harriers compete at first league meet
Sunnyside loses, Prosser wins away matches
Sunnyside was one of three Lower Yakima Valley volleyball teams competing last night.
The fall swim season started in earnest at Lions Pool last night as Sunnyside competed against Wenatchee.
The Grizzlies were the only girls soccer team playing at home last night, but there wasn’t any home field advantage against West Valley (Yakima).
Although the Greyhounds controlled the ball throughout much of Tuesday’s match against the visiting Prosser Mustangs soccer match, Grandview managed to win by just one goal.
You win some and you lose some, but every loss is a learning opportunity.
Man jumps from roof of residence
Late Sunday night police were busy investigating a shooting incident and a domestic violence incident involving a man who jumped from the second story of a residence.