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SHS running back and linebacker Myles Newhouse has waited over a year to finally put on the pads and helmet and take to part in the highly anticipated ‘big cat,’ one-on-one, full contact football drill, which is regarded by players and coaches as the first true day of football practice.

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The goal for bringing competitive sports back to Sunnyside and campuses throughout the lower valley has challenged student athletes, parents, coaches and administrators’ resiliency but their commitment to be ready to play was rewarded when the South Central region was moved to Phase 2 Sunday, Feb. 14.

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There remains one last COVID-19 metric obstacle to push past and into the Healthy Washington Phase 2 plan for the South Central region prior to the start of Sunnyside High School’s fall sports season, beginning with the first day of football practice on Tuesday, Feb. 16, followed by the rest of the teams six days later.

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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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TRI-CITIES — The Tri-City Rush Professional Indoor Football organization will hold its first round of tryouts on Sunday, January 10, at the Southridge Sports Complex in Kennewick, 2901 Southridge Blvd., from 12 to 3 p.m.

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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 — The responsibility of establishing an athletic training program in all sports at Sunnyside High School and teaching students about sports medicine is the professional challenge Tara Babcock is prepared to carry out, from the sideline to the classroom in her new role as sports trainer and teacher.

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SUNNYSIDE — Sayre Leyendekker, Grandview, is the winner of the last week of the annual Football Forecast. Leyendekker scored nine points, missing only the Seattle Seahawks v. New York Giants game. Leyendekker will receive the $50 cash prize.

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SUNNYSIDE — The phrase, “He’s on a Mission” is used by the Grizzly boys wrestling program to describe an athlete’s willingness to embark on their disciplined training in a professional manner which sets them apart as an elite competitor.

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SUNNYSIDE — Tyler Weber, The Dalles, Ore., is the winner of week 11 of the annual Football Forecast. Weber scored eight points, missing only two games – the Los Angeles Rams v. San Francisco 49ers, and Las Vegas Raiders v. Atlanta Falcons. Weber will receive the $50 cash prize.

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SUNNYSIDE — The challenges of coaching and playing within the ever-changing COVID-19 safeguards is contributing to the positive environment out on the soccer field while resulting in everyone feeling better about their team role for playing a winning part in the 90-minute practice session at Chief Kamiakin on Thursday, Nov. 19.

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SUNNYSIDE — Cristina Zavala, Sunnyside, is the winner of last week’s Football Forecast. Zavala scored seven points, missing three games – New England Patriots v. Houston Texas, Dallas Cowboys v. Minnesota Vikings, and Cincinnati Bengals v. Washington Football Team. Zavala will receive the $50 cash prize.

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Sunnyside High School sophomore Jenny Lopez performs body stretching drills while remaining in their individual lane during their 90-minute workout on Saturday, Nov. 7.

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