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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 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 — 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 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 — “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 — 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 — Continuing the renowned tradition of Grizzly boys wrestling, new head coach Jason Moyer plans to instill his own emphasis on the program for creating positive memories – ones which will be considered as a life highlight, regardless of result, is the direction the program will be taking when the second season sport aims to begin.

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SUNNYSIDE — Registration for the Grizzly 2020-21 preseason workouts is now open. The conditioning program is voluntary and not required for any sport or student athlete. Individuals may sign up for more than one athletic program during this preseason.

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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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