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TRI-CITIES — More than 75 athletes laced up their cleats and participated in the first round of tryouts for the Tri-City Rush Professional Indoor Football organization on Sunday afternoon, January 10, at the Southridge Sports Complex in Kennewick.

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SUNNYSIDE — Being smart on offense and defense requires the ability of being able to carry out game plans on both sides of the football is one of team’s key attributes for practicing without pads and personal contact due to COVID-19 restrictions as Grizzly players continue to excel in voluntary workouts.

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SUNNYSIDE — Back on the fourth day of spring practice, senior Mike Rivera was participating in hurdle mobility drills with about 130 of his Grizzly track teammates in preparation for the upcoming season – eight days later, school and all extracurricular activities, including sports were suspended due to COVID-19.

“We are hoping people won’t panic when they see the emergency vehicles at the high school,” Superintendent Kevin McKay said.

In a bid to highlight preparedness in the face of potential earthquakes and storms, Gov. Jay Inslee has proclaimed October as Washington State Disaster Preparedness Month and NOAA Weather Radio Awareness Month.