Pullman dominated yesterday’s swim meet against Grandview and Prosser, but each of the Lower Yakima Valley teams had strong individual performances.
Four pins, six decisions and two forfeits propelled Sunnyside to a 58-9 victory over the Panthers last night.
A 45-year veteran of the motorcycle industry has joined the family of the Lower Yakima Valley’s only powersports dealer.
Fans are ready as the Seattle Seahawks play the Falcons on Saturday.
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.
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.
The Greyhounds lost last night, falling 46-58 to Toppenish.
Team prepares for Kelso Invitational
Sunnyside, Prosser and Grandview also competed
The Granger Spartans wrestling team took second place overall Friday in the Hanford Winter Cup.
It was a long day of wrestling for the Mabton Vikings, with one titlist — Gilbert Martinez — at the Pomeroy Christmas Invitational on Thursday.
Sunnyside proves it can outhustle bigger team
It was the only action in town Friday, and the Grizzlies boys basketball team put on quite a show, defeating Coeur d’Alene, Idaho in overtime, 79-70.
Grizzlies lead Big 9 standings with 3-0,
For the second night in a row, the Sunnyside girls basketball team proved they are strong, defeating formidable opponent.
Prosser, Mabton lose to opponents
Girls basketball teams from Sunnyside and Grandview dominated their opponents last night.
2A teams lose, smaller teams win games
The Mustangs record has dropped to 4-3 in the Central Washington Athletic Conference, 6-3 overall after last night’s 48-63 loss to visiting Wapato.
Washington State University football fans are disappointed today.
Action continues at Lynden Christian today
Four Lower Yakima Valley basketball teams are competing at a tournament hosted by Lynden Christian High School.
The tubing hill has opened for business.
Mustangs boys hand Quincy 70-36 loss
Making up for their canceled games against the Jackrabbits, the Prosser girls won, 60-15, and boys secured a 70-36 win.
Sunnyside loses to Davis, Moses Lake
It was a weekend of highs and lows for Lower Yakima Valley boys basketball teams.
Five Lower Yakima Valley girls basketball teams opened weekend play with wins.
With an added 2 inches of snowfall Wednesday night, athletic activities in four school districts were canceled last night.
The state’s oldest snowmobile club is prepared to enjoy the outdoors.
Zavala giving back to current Vikings players
In high school, he was a standout multi-sport athlete.
Grizzlies defeat Greyhounds
The second of two Lower Yakima Valley basketball players to score 1,000 points during their weekend games was recognized last night.
The Grizzlies boys hoops team outlasted the Greyhounds last night to take a 91-83 overtime win.
Knights defeat Vikings, 63-50
There were highs and lows as local teams took to the hardwood Friday and Saturday.
Granger tops Ki-Be, falls to Columbia
Home court advantage played true for three girls basketball teams Friday and Saturday.
Grizzlies rout Wildcats, 55-18
The Grizzlies won all but three bouts against Eastmont in their first home wrestling meet last night.
Local skiers look forward to fresh powder
Nature is providing plenty of snow for skiers and snowboarders — no snow machine required.
26-year-old once set youth bowling record
After nearly four months away from the bowling alley, a local man rolled a 300.
Knights win opening game on the road
Bickleton competed against the Leopards Junior Varsity team last night and suffered a 48-70 loss.
The Grizzlies lost last night’s bowling match at Eastmont Lanes, 1472-1806, to Wenatchee.
Mabton still unbeaten after three games
Two of three Lower Yakima Valley girls basketball teams traveled last night.
Mireles brings home gold
The Gorillas won their the 26th annual Davenport Invitational title Saturday with the Mabton Vikings finishing a distant fourth.
Six Lower Yakima Valley teams opened their seasons with a mix of wins and losses.
Five of six Lower Yakima Valley girls basketball teams started the season well on Friday.
With a couple of leading scorers missing from the Grizzlies’ line-up yesterday, Eisenhower won the bowling match-up at Nob Hill Lanes, 1807-1476.
The Grandview Greyhounds defeated the Pullman Greyhounds, 60-43, in last night’s non-league opener.
A challenging competition was had on the high school hardwood last night as Pullman defeated the host Greyhounds, 96-70.
The Grizzlies made it to the postseason for the first time in three years last year.
A local farm owner has spent the past nine years focused on providing educational opportunities and healthy choices for a variety of individuals in the community.
The Sunnyside High School gymnasium provided coaches a chance to see what their teams are made of last night.
Greyhounds want to return to state meet
Since its first season — 2012-13 — the Greyhounds boys swim team has made an appearance at the state swim meet.
Sage Rat Run participants raising funds
More than a dozen people were at Miller Park on Friday in a show of support for retired Grandview Police officer and Sage Rat Run organizer Mike Akins.
Titans win semifinal, 42-40
Not a head is hung following Saturday’s 1B state semifinal football game.
Residents on west side of town experience power interruptions Thanksgiving day