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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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SHS freshman Caden Condie charges and fields a ground ball while making a strong throw to first base during the optional spring season sport workout on Saturday, Nov. 7.

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SUNNYSIDE — The competition between hoops players within the six-member pod is not by accident. The health and safety plan in place for high school athletes has created a practice environment for players to excel both on and off the hardcourt.

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SUNNYSIDE — Aiming to remain a step ahead of their voluntary on the mat conditioning regimen, while demonstrating a powerful stance for complying with health guidelines to keep the girls wrestling program practicing, they’ll be prepared to step into the circle and make their upcoming and nontraditional spring season one for the record books.

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SUNNYSIDE — Ryker Hazzard, Sunnyside, is the top winner in the ninth week of the 47th annual Football Forecast. Hazzard scored eight points, missing two games — the Seattle Seahawks v. Los Angeles Rams, and New England Patriots v. Baltimore Ravens games. Hazzard will receive the $50 cash prize.

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Sam Leonard Johnston, 13, was hunting with his grandfather, Tom Johnston near Bickleton. Sam suggested they split up to increase their odds. Sam managed to shoot a buck, all on his own. This was a huge surprise to all the hunters in camp – a 13 year old, on his own, getting a four point buck…

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SUNNYSIDE — “Kill with one foot and pass with the other. Everyone needs to be on their toes and moving with their heads up and looking at where you’re going to go,” SHS Boys Varsity Soccer Co-Head Coach David Guevara called out during Saturday morning’s practice at Chief Kamiakin playfield.

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SUNNYSIDE — Lay’Lee Dixon, Prosser, is the only contest entry scoring nine points, earning the top spot in the eighth week of the 47th annual Football Forecast. Dixon only missed the Seattle Seahawks v. Buffalo Bills Game. Dixon will receive the $50 cash prize.

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The Sunnyside Christian Childcare Center’s 3rd Annual 5K Turkey Trot has opened for registration for an in person and virtual race.

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SUNNYSIDE — Even after missing points on two games, Jose Martinez Jr. earned first place in week 7 of the 47th annual Sunnyside Football Forecast Contest. He earned eight points missing the LA Rams v. Miami Dolphins, and Tennessee Titans v. Cincinnati Bengals games.

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SUNNYSIDE — Winter sports teams began their practice schedule as girls basketball returned to the court as the rhythmical sounds of rubber soul was amplified from sneakers moving smoothly in tandem across the hardwood, along with strict COVID-19 health protocols in place for the first day of preseason training Monday.

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SUNNYSIDE — Feeling like their traditional football season has been taken away from them due to COVID‑19, SHS quarterback Logan Rodriquez stood on the sideline with a pod of six teammates spaced about six feet apart and listened to coaches commands with an audible sense of urgency.

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SUNNYSIDE — Adam Almeida of Sunnyside scored a perfect 10 points, getting every game prediction correct to claim week 6 bragging rights in the Sunnyside Sun 47th annual Football Forecast Contest.

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