Four pins, six decisions and two forfeits propelled Sunnyside to a 58-9 victory over the Panthers last night.
Pullman dominated yesterday’s swim meet against Grandview and Prosser, but each of the Lower Yakima Valley teams had strong individual performances.
A 45-year veteran of the motorcycle industry has joined the family of the Lower Yakima Valley’s only powersports dealer.
A new seeding system is in place for this year’s state high school basketball tournaments.
The high school bowling team felled 1,707 pins to Eisenhower’s 1,814 yesterday at Valley Lanes.
Fans are ready as the Seattle Seahawks play the Falcons on Saturday.
Lower Yakima Valley girls hoops teams posted a clean sweep Friday night, all knocking off opponents.
After a successful weekend of basketball, the Prosser boys remain in the Top 4 basketball teams of the Central Washington Athletic Conference.
In what looked to be a tightly contested game, the visiting Wildcats prevailed 85-81 over the Greyhounds.
Two Lower Yakima Valley natives are among the Southern Oregon University Raider women competing at the National Wrestling Coaches Association national duals competition yesterday.