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SUNNYSIDE — Coach Bruce Siebol and the rest of the boys basketball staff at Sunnyside High School expect to have a good dilemma on their hands this coming winter.

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YAKIMA VALLEY — People who enjoy the outdoors come from all backgrounds and walks of life, living in and around towns throughout the Yakima Valley.

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Sunnyside defeated Richland 8-6 to extend their winning streak to six games and improved to 12-5-1 at home on Tuesday, July 2. Eli Lopez, Kaiden Condie (pictured) and Devin Zavala contributed in the pitching duties while Jose Zesati smacked a two-run single in the fifth inning, which turned …

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SUNNYSIDE — The Sunnyside Monarchs baseball team made up of 13 to 15-year-old seventh, eighth and ninth grade students, defeated Prosser 10-1 at the Grizzly varsity field this past Monday evening.

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SUNNYSIDE — The day began bright and sunny, with clouds and a thunderstorm looming while golfers with the Mid-Columbia Senior Golf Tour took their shots on the course at Black Rock Creek Golf Course last Wednesday, June 26.

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GRANDVIEW — Helping to support a variety of local youth programs, five 4-person teams teed off for a flying 18 holes of targeted fun during the Fifth annual Grandview Rotary Disc Golf Scramble at Dykstra Park this past Saturday morning.

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YAKIMA — 4-H members and open exhibitors can take par in a pre-show clinic and the Washington State Junior Horse Show, beginning June 27 at State Fair Park.

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SUNNYSIDE — Grizzly Baseball is in full summer training mode and offering a weekly series of skills sessions to help players 8-18 become better in all aspects of the sport.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Northwest Community Foundation’s annual Hogue Classic last Friday honored Wayne Hogue and provided people a chance to support youth in Prosser.

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SUNNYSIDE — Astria Sunnyside Foundation’s annual Golf “Fore” Health Tournament teed off at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start of 65 golfers at Black Rock Creek Golf Course on Friday, June 14.

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GRANDVIEW — With the Neptunes Swim Team unable to access the pool the first week of practice, the first two competitions went swimmingly well under the circumstances.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Ninth annual Sort 4 the Cause drew 612 two-man ranch sorting teams over the course of the three-day event and raised a total of $72,000 to benefit three Lower Yakima Valley charities on June 14-16 at Specks Arena.

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SUNNYSIDE — The alleyway doors of the Dungeon Boxing Club swung open like a powerful, one-two combination of physical training in step with a determined goal for helping youth.

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SUNNYSIDE — Morgan Green will be stepping into her new role as SHS Head Girls Soccer Coach, while building upon the success of the JV team she helped guide last season, as well as maintaining her interscholastic responsibilities with the Lady Griz basketball program.

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YAKIMA — To reduce the risk of wildfires, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will again restrict target shooting on the 105,000-acre Wenas Wildlife Area near Yakima and Ellensburg.

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Sunnyside’s 4th Grade Young Gunz are Portland’s 2019 Spring Showcase 5th Grade D2 Champions. Team members in white shirts kneeling from left to right are Xavier Castilleja, Heaven Chea-Haywood and Alonzo Palacios; standing from left to right are Micah Green, Andre Lopez, DeLucas Salinas, Rob…

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Former SHS Lady Griz basketball standout Emilee Maldonado, and current University of Providence Argonaut All-American guard, has earned the prestigious honor of having her No.3 jersey lifted into the rafters of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame’s (WBHOF) Ring of Honor for display in Knoxville, Tenn. until mid-May 2020.

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PROSSER — With hopes of being noticed by college tennis scouts, it was Prosser High School junior Peter Felicijian’s goal to compete in the 2A State Tennis Championships this season.

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GRANDVIEW — The Grandview Municipal Swimming Pool opens Friday, June 14, and the Sunnyside pool will open the following day.

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WALLA WALLA — Down to their final out and facing a one run deficit with Tyler Groeneweg at first in the bottom of the eighth inning, the Knights’ Ross Faber drove a fastball deep to left center field wall and off the fielder’s glove and tripled home the game-tying run.

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GRANDVIEW — Grandview High School junior Rocco Parrish last week made his third consecutive appearance at the 2A State Golf Championships and finished 40th after two days of action.

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TACOMA — Among the 4A track and field competitors at the State Track and Field Championships hosted by Tahoma High School was Sunnyside senior Mike Rivera.

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SUNNYSIDE — SHS seniors Antonio Frausto, Diego Gomez and Enrique Palma, bound together by an on-field brotherhood pledge, will remain united in their collegiate pursuits as they signed their letters of intent to attend Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon and play soccer for the Cardinals on Tuesday, May 7.

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YAKIMA — In just two days’ time, 1B, 2B and 1A tennis players from around the state will be converging on the courts at Yakima Tennis Club for the State Tennis Championships.

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SUNNYSIDE — Sunnyside High School sophomore Kaycee Hazzard was taking part in the 4A girls golf State Championships at Hangman Valley Golf Course in Spokane this past Tuesday and Wednesday.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Grizzlies unyielding second half comeback ran out of time as the Big 9 Conference champs fell to Pasco 2-1 during the opening round of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) 4A State Soccer Tournament at Clem Senn Field on Tuesday evening.

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TACOMA — The top 2A, 3A and 4A track and field competitors from across the state are preparing themselves for the State Championships to be staged at Mount Tahoma Stadium this Friday and Saturday.

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SUNNYSIDE — Action in the South Central Athletic Conference-West 1A sub-district was underway this past Saturday at the Sunnyside High School tennis courts, including top players from Granger and Zillah.

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MABTON — The Vikings, as well as Granger and Zillah soccer teams have several among them named with South Central Athletic Conference-West all-league honors.

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The 2019-20 Sunnyside High School Cheerleading team is (from left to right) front row: Alyzza Castillo, Kaydi Porter, Gisselle Garcia, Maryjane Ornelas, Daisy Hernandez, Elizabeth Chapina, Jasmin Mendez, Bianca Salgado, Keisha White, Lani Skyles, Aniyah Mendoza and Jocie Torres; back row: Gi…

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Pictured are those who participated in the recent season of Club Sunnyside Volleyball. Among them is a group of competitors who recently qualified for nationals.

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SUNNYSIDE – United together by a brotherhood bond, the Grizzlies boys soccer team (9-3,10-3,) is the Big 9 Conference and District champion after soundly defeating Eastmont (7-5, 11-7) 5-1 on Friday, May 10 at Clem Senn Field.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Grizzlies boys high school soccer team (9-3, Big 9 and 10-3, overall) scored twice in the first half and fought off Wenatchee (8-4, 12-6) to win 2-1 in a grudge match during the opening round of the Big 9 Conference District 6 Tournament at Clem Senn Field this past Tuesday evening.

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TOPPENISH — Last Friday’s Central Washington Athletic Conference tournament game between the Wildcats and Grandview ended in shootout at A.C. Meagher Soccer Stadium.

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