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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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…
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.
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.
TOPPENISH — Last Friday’s Central Washington Athletic Conference tournament game between the Wildcats and Grandview ended in shootout at A.C. Meagher Soccer Stadium.
The No. 2 seed Vikings won in dramatic playoff form on a header goal by freshman Jesus Carreon with 1:56 remaining in the opening round game of the SCAC District 5 Tournament as they won 3-2 over No.3 College Place at home on Thursday.
With the end of the regular season under wraps for the Grandview Lady Greyhounds and Prosser Lady Mustangs golfers, coaches are prepping them for the 2A District 5/6 Golf Championships to take place May 13 on the greens at Lakewood Golf and Country Club.
The 2019 Northwest Nitro Nationals Pro Hillclimb opens with the amateur and semi-pro races starting at 9 a.m. This is the second round of the Pro Hillclimb series events in the North American Hillclimbers Association circuit.
The Sunnyside Christian Knights hosted Walla Walla Valley Academy Knights Friday and suffered a 6-1 loss in the opener, a 7-6 loss after an extra two innings in the nightcap.
The Grizzlies Unified soccer team played with a sportsmanship quality that empowers athletes and their partners to embody a winning spirit of teamwork achievement — both on the field and beyond the lines.
It was a warm, overcast day last Thursday, and three track and field teams were enjoying Rich Leenhouts Stadium during the only home meet for the Grandview Greyhounds this season.
The city Parks and Recreation Department is offering pre-registration for swim lessons from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturdays, May 18 and May 25 at the Grandview Community Center, 812 Wallace Way.
The Greyhounds soccer team (6-3, 9-3-1) closed out their regular season schedule against Toppenish (8-1, 12-3-1) at Rich Leenhouts Stadium on Wednesday evening, after two fiercely contested, back-to-back conference games.
Having broken into the win column on the road, the Lady Grizzlies ran the bases with unrelenting aggressiveness and played strong defense as they picked up their first home victory 4-2 against Davis in game one of a double header on Friday, April 19.
With the Central Washington Athletic Conference splitting its softball teams into two divisions this season, Prosser still sits firmly atop the Division 2 standings in spite of a 13-3 loss to Othello last Thursday.
Othello is No. 3 in Division 1 with a 6-3 league, 11-3 overall record, and the Lady Mustangs are 6-3, 9-5.
Weather conditions were picture perfect and the excitement level in stride with fast rising valley temperatures as the Grizzlies hosted their only home track and field meet of the season against Wenatchee and West Valley (Yakima) high schools on Thursday, April 18.
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association has named Grace Bestebreur of Prosser High School’s softball team the week 31 Athlete of the Week for 2A girls sports.
It’s almost that time of year again… motorcycles and adrenaline junkies will be providing thrills and spills on the hill at Dry Creek Recreation Area in just more than a week.
Stephanie Blankenship, with her family, friends and teammates by her side, cheering her on, signed a four-year scholarship letter of intent to wrestle for Warner Pacific University while pursuing a nursing degree on Friday, April 12.
PERSONAL RECORD JUMP – Prosser High School Sophomore Martha Aknibade competes in the triple jump during a home meet with Ellensburg and Ephrata on Thursday. Aknibade launched a 29’.5” on her final jump.
The Team Jazzy Hoops 4 Hope Benefit Tournament joined together 54 Amateur Athletics Union (AAU) teams in competing to play for a cause where trophies and hardwood statistics were not the goal of this past weekend’s 118 games.
At the Clay Lewis Invite, hosted by Hanford High School, this past Saturday, Sunnyside’s Mike Rivera won his two individual races — the 100m and 200m sprints.
Erin Koerner has been hired to become the new Head Volleyball Coach with a plan of establishing a team with the drive to compete in the Big 9 Athletic Conference following the Board of Directors meeting on Monday, March 25.
UPDATE: Sunnyside’s City Council is rescheduling consideration of the proposed ordinance to modify the current zoning prohibiting the retail sale of marijuana. City staff are currently reviewing future calendars with the council to re-schedule this matter. NOTE: This poll is used for community involvement only. Results will not be used in City Council's decision.
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