Loss at Selah gives Bulldogs No. 1 position
The Spartans are a true contender in the South Central Athletic Conference-West, having dominated last night’s match against Cle Elum/Roslyn, 3-0.
Grizzlies hope to improve to 6-1 against Moses Lake
With last week’s loss to West Valley (Yakima), the Grizzlies are looking to redeem themselves in tonight’s homecoming game at 7 p.m. against Moses Lake at Clem Senn Field.
Granger avenges earlier loss to Zillah
The Grizzlies girls soccer team had something to celebrate last night — a 4-1 victory over Eisenhower.
The juniors won last night’s Sunnyside High School Powder Puff game against the seniors, 18-6.
The Black Rock Creek Golf Course and Mt. Adams Country Club golfers are preparing for their annual show-down, the Ryder Cup.
Five Nuclear Goat Heads student cyclists and a coach took part last weekend in the Chinook Cycling Club’s Fall MTB Race No. 2 on the Bennington Lake Trail.
The Prosser soccer team last night suffered a 3-0 loss to the Bulldogs, but Saturday rallied to defeat the Wildcats, 5-0, after losing Thursday’s match, 3-0, to Selah.
Final figures will be determined by City Council
Raw figures! That’s what City Treasurer Matt Cordray provided the City Council at last night’s Committee of the Whole meeting when discussing the proposed Current Expense Fund Budget.
Two home matches in two days might leave some soccer teams a little worse for wear.
The Grizzlies volleyball team hosted West Valley (Yakima) and suffered a humble defeat.
A 60-year-old Pasco man was pinned for a time inside a vehicle he’d been riding in Saturday.
Gun violence awareness promoted
Having lost two of its own to gun violence in the past four years, the high school community honored both former students Friday night.
Toppenish ruins Grandview homecoming
Toppenish was out for blood Friday after losing its first game of the season to Selah a week beforehand.
West Valley (Yakima) upends Grizzlies
The Sunnyside Grizzlies are reeling from Friday’s 41-14 loss to West Valley (Yakima).
Varsity rests as JV takes over the game
The Granger Spartans football team remains undefeated after dismantling the Highland, 40-0, in a 1A league matchup Friday night.
Torres scores two goals in second half
It was a night to celebrate football of all kinds for the Spartans on Friday.
Marsh delivers 14 passes for 248 yards
It was another seemingly seamless win for Sunnyside Christian Friday night as the Knights upended Touchet, 62-14.
Spartans, Greyhounds improve records
Grizzlies start homecoming week with 'Macho' men
Anglers in the Yakima Valley need not look far for some of the best fishing in the state.
Granger also loses match
The Kiona-Benton Bears were beasts on the pitch last night.
The Wildcats are a formidable foe in the Columbia Basin Big 9 with several swimmers competing in the pool year around.
Prosser wins in three
The Vikings continue to struggle against more established programs like last night’s Dayton squad.
Three Naches girls finish before Cruz
It was the only home meet for the Spartans and they won it with flare.
Two of three schools celebrating homecoming week were giving the girls a chance to show their power on the gridiron last night.
Suspect still at large in Sunnyside
Police searching for an alleged gunman shut down a major arterial yesterday afternoon, forcing some school buses to return to school and motorists to find alternative routes home.
Students wanting to cheer on the Grizzlies football team at West Valley this Friday can take the rooter bus.
The Greyhounds volleyball team lost in three last night.
Lower Valley teams have bad night
It was a difficult night for Lower Yakima Valley teams taking to the pitch.
Mustangs soccer coach Ricky Ruiz is glad Saturday’s match against Cashmere was non-league. The 2A Prosser girls soccer team lost, 7-1, to the 1A Bulldogs.
Coach Palmer proud of her team’s effort
Although the Grizzlies volleyball team lost in four sets to Cashmere on Saturday, the team had a sense of accomplishment.
The third time should’ve been a charm for Chelan.
To say the Grizzlies know how to work as a team would be mildly stating the facts.
The rivalry game Friday between the Greyhounds and Mustangs ended with a lot of expected disappointment for the home crowd as Grandview fell, 61-6, in a 2A league football game.
Mabton falls to DeSales, 8-26
The Granger Spartans improved to 5-0 Friday after dismantling Cle Elum, 47-0, in a non-league class 1A football matchup.
Granger boys compete at league meet
Granger, Grandview lose matches
The Vikings defeated College Place, 1-0, and Prosser won, 3-2, over Othello, giving the lower valley two great matches.
The Sunnyside Christian football team entered last night’s game against Lummi Nation ranked No. 3 by the Associated Press in the latest 1B polls.
Bunch, Hazzard get two Top 3 finishes apiece
The Grizzlies girls swim team hosted Moses Lake and lost 65-118 at Lions Pool yesterday.
The Sunnyside High School volleyball team was pleased with its overall effort, having forced the host Davis Pirates into five sets and won.
Ceremony is Saturday
Now known in the community of Sunnyside as a volunteer for community organizations, former wrestling coach and assistant football coach Leroy Werkhoven is being inducted into the High School’s hall of fame Saturday.
Friday’s Columbia Basin Big 9 contest between Sunnyside and Davis at Clem Senn Field will be aired live on SWX Sports at 7 p.m.
Two teams secure wins
The Grizzlies are still struggling to catch their stride on the volleyball court.
The Prosser girls soccer team improved its record to 3-2, 1-0, and Granger improved to 2-1-1 on Saturday.
Teams compete in three different meets
Several Sunnyside High School cross country runners took part in the Bellevue Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.
Friday was a great night for three Lower Yakima Valley football teams.
A 28-year-old Grandview man is free after the rape case against him was dismissed last Wednesday.
Panthers attack goal 17 times
Vikings outswim Greyhounds, 106-44