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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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SUNNYSIDE — Around this time last year, winter temperatures were in the air and the ground remained frozen with snow – what a difference a season makes as more than 130 Grizzly athletes turned out for the track team on Monday, March 2.

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YAKIMA — Peaking at the right time and splashing down the first bucket of the 2020 WIAA Class 1A girls Hardwood Classic quarterfinal game against No. 2 seeded Lynden Christian, No. 9 Zillah pounced on the opportunity to leave their mark at the SunDome.

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YAKIMA — The magic of sports can sometimes transcend the final score and when it does, a team’s purpose becomes bigger than the game itself — the Toppenish Wildcats experienced such a feeling as they celebrated their sixth place 2020 WIAA Class 2A Hardwood Classic trophy with an honored community of cheering fans Saturday morning.

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PUYALLUP — Resilience is the word used to best describe the girls team character this season and during the WIAA Regional basketball game against Bellarmine Prep on Saturday evening, Feb. 29, their road playoff performance lived up to westside expectations.

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TACOMA — “… We like to think wrestling kind of goes through this valley. It does this year,” Hall of Fame Sunnyside coach George Paulus exclaimed after Central Washington teams dominated all five divisions at Mat Classic XXXII.

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SHS Baseball coach Pete Marquez reviews the programs’ requirements and expectations of its players during the first day of spring practice on Monday, March 2. The Grizzlies plan to field a varsity, JV and freshman team this season.

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SUNNYSIDE — Senior Patrick Gallagher signed his letter of intent to play linebacker at the University of Puget Sound while studying pre-medical education at the Tacoma campus on Monday, March 2.

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SUNNYSIDE — Prior to suiting up for the first time as a Grizzly defensive back, senior Mario Ruelas will have to first make the team, even after announcing his commitment to play soccer for Columbia Basin College while donning a Hawks’ warmup jacket on Monday, Feb. 24.

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TACOMA — Prior to suiting up for the first time as a Grizzly defensive back, Mario Ruelas will have to first make the team, even after announcing his commitment to play soccer for Columbia Basin College while donning a Hawks’ warmup jacket on Monday, Feb. 24.

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TACOMA — On the eve of his 17th birthday, Eli Barajas has had one sporting goal burning within since the age of five – to be a state wrestling champion like his accomplished brother.

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TACOMA — “Our girls have to realize that their goals and aspirations just don’t happen during the weekend that the tournament is on, it takes a lot of preparation, self-discipline and sacrifice to give yourself the best shot,” Sunnyside head coach Dave Mendoza conveyed while he praised his four-member team’s performance.

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SUNNYSIDE — The air in the gym buzzed with excitement as students gathered to send off SHS wrestlers to the Mat Classic XXXII at the Tacoma Dome. The action begins on Friday, Feb. 21.

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