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AFTER-SCHOOL PRACTICE — Reyes Cuevas Jr., 6, practices kicking a soccer ball after finishing his online classes for the day. Coaching the energetic young striker was his father Reyes Cuevas Sr.

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SUNNYSIDE — It came down to the tie breaker with Anita Briones of Sunnyside beating out her oldest son Tim Briones for first place honors in the first week of the Sunnyside Sun’s 47th Annual Football Forecast Contest.

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GRANDVIEW — The academic bond between leadership and athletics is a powerful trait which motivates Greyhound junior AuLani Benitez to excel as a teammate both on the court and in the classroom by working together to get things done – and to use those learned talents as a recently selected member of the Leadership through Education Activities and Personal (LEAP) Development Committee.

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GRANDVIEW — Treyton “Rocco” Parrish will be teeing off next year at Columbia Basin College in Pasco for the Hawks where the senior plans to pursue dual major degrees in secondary education and agriculture business, he announced on Thursday, May 21.

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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.

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Sunnyside High School boys varsity soccer Co-Head Coach David Guevara turned on the stadium lights at Clem Senn Field to honor the Class of 2020 and the spring sports that have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic at 8:20 p.m. or 2020 military time Friday night. Schools across the sta…

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SUNNYSIDE — Senior girls basketball player and two-time CBBN first-team forward Kameran Rodriguez took a break from her yard work chores to announce she signed a letter of intent to attend Walla Walla Community College in the fall on Wednesday, April 1.

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ATHERTON, Calif. — “The thing I like about wrestling is that you have a goal and work all season for it. You put everything you have into it – sometimes you come up short, sometimes you achieve the goal and it kind of teaches you lessons along the way – builds character,” All-American and Menlo College sophomore Jacob Mendoza conveyed following his fourth place ranking at the NAIA National Wrestling Championships.

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SUNNYSIDE — As word spread that all sports for Lower Valley students had been postponed and practices cancelled as of late Friday afternoon, the 509 Ballers basketball teams made up of second and fourth grade AAU teams learned that their tournament dreams were over for now. Coach Reynaldo Bazan stressed to his players health and safety are more important than a game.

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SUNNYSIDE — Around this time last year, winter temperatures were in the air and the ground remained frozen with snow – what a difference a season makes as more than 130 Grizzly athletes turned out for the track team on Monday, March 2.

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YAKIMA — Peaking at the right time and splashing down the first bucket of the 2020 WIAA Class 1A girls Hardwood Classic quarterfinal game against No. 2 seeded Lynden Christian, No. 9 Zillah pounced on the opportunity to leave their mark at the SunDome.

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