Five Mustang boys, two girls win events
Four Central Washington Athletic Conference track and field teams competed at Art Fiker Stadium yesterday — the Mustangs, Grandview, Selah and Ellensburg.
Greyhounds girls win first match of season
Grandview’s boys tennis team defeated the Wildcats, 4-1, improving its record to 1-1 in conference action, 4-2 overall.
Bravo girls low scorer for Grandview
Tuesday was a brisk day at Black Rock Creek Golf Course for two Lower Yakima Valley golf teams — Grandview and Prosser — and their Central Washington Athletic Conference counterparts from Ellensburg and Othello.
Quincy defeated the Mustangs soccer team, 1-0, Tuesday.
Drag racing series gets under way
The racing season begins with high-powered action on the raceway this past weekend.
The Prosser boys and girls track teams have a tally of 13 individuals with Top 10 finishes Saturday at the Davis Invitational.
Sunnyside, Grandivew win; Prosser falls
Lower Yakima Valley soccer teams took to the pitch last Friday and Saturday after a brief spring break hiatus.
Hikers to explore different locales
At 10 a.m. tomorrow, recreationalists can enjoy the great outdoors on one of several wildflower hikes organized by the Washington Native Plant Society Columbia Basin Chapter.
One Grandview, four Sunnyside teams claim championships
Boys from throughout the region converged on the city for the 27th annual Amateur Athletic Union Sunnyside Sunshine Classic last weekend.
Defensive and skills camps on tap next week
Keeping youngsters active and involved is one goal of a local not-for-profit organization.
The Grizzlies golf team hosted the second POD of the season and was able to post the first team score in two years.
The Mustangs were one of three Lower Yakima Valley soccer teams to win matches yesterday.
Both the Sunnyside Christian girls fastpitch and baseball teams won their respective games yesterday.
In a non-league double header against Pasco’s junior-varsity baseball team, Sunnyside Christian lost the opener, 17-5, and won the nightcap, 8-7.
Both the Grandview boys and girls tennis teams fell short of victory against the Huskies on Saturday.
Home field helps Sunnyside, Prosser and Mabton
Several Lower Yakima Valley soccer teams settled in on their home pitch Friday and Saturday.
Greyhounds fall to Red Devils; Tigers corral Mustangs
Two area fastpitch teams dropped doubleheaders on Saturday.
Sunnyside High School’s dance team was among the many teams statewide to compete Saturday at the Yakima Valley SunDome for the state dance and drill championships.
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.
Three gain experience at Apple Tree
First-year golfer Andrew Diddens carded the best score among Sunnyside High School’s three golfers to tour Apple Tree Resort yesterday.
Hundreds expected for Spring Fling
Hundreds of young girls from throughout the region will take over several school gymnasiums this weekend for the Zillah Lions Club’s 25th annual Spring Fling basketball tournament.
The Granger boys and girls tennis teams had a rough non-league match, suffering double losses to the 2A Wildcats yesterday.
Game is second shut-out in 10 years
Last night’s game against 2A Prosser may have been non-league, but it was a confidence booster for the Grizzlies, who shut out the visitors, 10-0.
Greyhound boys fall 18-1, 6-3, Saturday
The Greyhounds boys baseball team lost two games in Saturday’s double-header against Ephrata.
Grizzlies fall to Blackhawks, 3-11
The bats were cold Saturday for the Grizzlies boys baseball team.
Mustangs take 2-1 victory over Red Devils
The Mustangs won Saturday’s boys soccer match against the East Valley (Yakima) Red Devils, 2-1.
Three Vikings garner Top 10 placings
The Windbreaker Invitational hosted by Wahluke High School resulted in three Mabton Vikings claiming Top 10 honors.
Nitro Nationals racers take to hill for practice
The adrenaline is pumping and excitement for the new season is under way.
Grizzlies girls tennis falls, 2-5
A rescheduled match between the Grizzlies boys tennis team and Pasco ended with a 4-3 win for the host boys team and a 2-5 loss for the girls.
Looking ahead to her future, one local high school senior wasn’t certain she would be able to play the sport she loves after graduation.
At Tuesday’s Grandview jamboree six Greyhounds boys played 9 holes, as did two girls.
The Greyhounds squared off Tuesday with Selah in drizzling conditions and lost, 2-1.
What was looking to be a win for Sunnyside was halted by mother nature last night.
Competitors to test the hill on Saturday
Engines will be revving and ready to go Saturday as approximately 20 motorcycle competitors take to the hill at Dry Creek Recreation Area.
Greyhounds win two matches
The Greyhounds tennis teams were only able to complete two matches against Wapato yesterday due to rain.
Golfers representing Grandview, Prosser and Sunnyside were on the links yesterday at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
The Spartans boys soccer team won their season-opening match and Mabton lost its first match of the season.
League action starts Friday for Grizzlies boys
Two non-league matches in two days ended in ties for the Grizzlies boys soccer team.
The Grandview boys golf team was one of four teams taking to the course at Othello Golf Club on Friday.
Mustangs take field at Eisenhower jamboree
The Prosser fastpitch team split its games Friday in the Eisenhower jamboree.
Sunnyside, Prosser and Mabton baseball teams hit diamond
The Sunnyside and Prosser baseball teams joined the Vikings at a jamboree Friday.
A rare feat in the sport of archery was accomplished this week by a local archer.
Sunnyside coach says he’s optimistic
Second-year Sunnyside High School fastpitch head coach Michael Ramos is optimistic about the future of his team, which is playing in today’s Wapato jamboree at 4 p.m.
The Zillah boys basketball team claimed the 1A state title in the Yakima Valley SunDome on Sunday after defeating Freeman, 69-53.
Okanogan Bulldogs top Spartans, 59-39
There were tears of joy and despair Saturday at the end of the third-place trophy game between Okanogan and Granger.
The Sunnyside Grizzlies girls basketball team was one of five Lower Yakima Valley teams to claim hardware in the Hardwood Classic.
Sunnyside to face regional foe Central Valley (Spokane) at 9:30 a.m.
Sunnyside, Central Valley (Spokane) rematch slated in state 4A trophy game.
Spartans, Bulldogs fall in semifinals Friday night
Granger girls fall to Mount Baker, 58-65; Okanogan loses to Cashmere, 36-41
Sunnyside Christian upended No. 1-ranked Neah Bay, 58-48, last night.
The Zillah Leopards boys basketball team handily won yesterday’s quarterfinal, 81-54, against Cascade Christian.