SUNNYSIDE — “Everybody has to do their part.” That is the mantra for Max Saldana, Head Coach and President of the Sunnyside Grid Kids organization. Saldana explained in a recent interview, the role each of his players, coaches, and parents play to help the organization operate like a well-oiled machine.
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Taylor Hazzard (photo 1) maintains her focus during the Sunnyside Parks and Recreation’s volleyball camp for 11 and 14-year old girls at the community center Friday. Lila Rice (photo 2) learns the proper technique of correct mechanics as she displays her advanced form. Led by Mary Schlenker,…
Five-year-old Tessah Carter, participates in learning how to control the ball with her feet while she navigates a series of cones at the Grace Brethren Church Vacation Bible School/soccer camp on Wednesday, July 31. The three-day camp for kindergarten through sixth grade students also featur…
11-year old Max Ramirez takes on the defensive line drills as Co-Coach Jose Espindola oversees players’ techniques with using their arms and hands, along with the ability to control the offensive blocker during Grandview Greyhound Grid Kids practice at the middle school.
11-year-old Nathan Montes De Oca takes part in defensive line drill drills as Co-Coach Jose Espindola observes players’ techniques with using their arms and hands, along with the ability to seize control of the offensive blocker during Grandview Greyhound Grid Kids practice at the middle school.
Chuy Moran takes off for a layup during the City of Sunnyside Parks & Recreation summer youth basketball camp last Friday at the community center. The week-long camp culminated with players receiving their camp shirts and a final scrimmage.
SUNNYSIDE – The Sharks and Neptunes closed out their regular swim season as they competed against one another at the Grandview pool last Wednesday, July 24.
Left to right, Juan Rodriguez, Eduardo Garcia and Adrian Calixto participate in the Mabton Vikings Grid Kids fitness camp at the high school last Thursday evening. According to Head Coach Noe Calixto, the season started on Monday, July 29 as he, along with volunteer staff prepare to field th…
SUNNYSIDE – On the first day of Kids Get Fit Camp, Angel Aguinaga, 4, was quietly reserved – that’s before he discovered his athletic agility and balance for participating in the collaborative conditioning drills.
The Sunnyside Cachorros, made up of eight and nine-year-old players hosted the Mattawa Dragones during Lower Valley Soccer League play at Sun Valley Elementary School on Friday evening.
SUNNYSIDE — Lower Valley Soccer League youth teams took to the competitive field and played until the final whistle at Sun Valley Elementary School last Friday evening.
SUNNYSIDE — While the youngsters are having fun learning the fundamentals of tennis, one parent is happy her children are finding joy in the sport she loves.
SUNNYSIDE — The Inland Empire Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Regional Swim Meet attracted seven teams, including the Sunnyside Sharks, Grandview Neptunes and Prosser Piranhas in Toppenish on Saturday and Sunday, July 13-14.
SUNNYSIDE — Coach Bruce Siebol and the rest of the boys basketball staff at Sunnyside High School expect to have a good dilemma on their hands this coming winter.
Sunnyside defeated Richland 8-6 to extend their winning streak to six games and improved to 12-5-1 at home on Tuesday, July 2. Eli Lopez, Kaiden Condie (pictured) and Devin Zavala contributed in the pitching duties while Jose Zesati smacked a two-run single in the fifth inning, which turned …
SUNNYSIDE — The Sunnyside Monarchs baseball team made up of 13 to 15-year-old seventh, eighth and ninth grade students, defeated Prosser 10-1 at the Grizzly varsity field this past Monday evening.
SUNNYSIDE — The alleyway doors of the Dungeon Boxing Club swung open like a powerful, one-two combination of physical training in step with a determined goal for helping youth.
Sunnyside’s 4th Grade Young Gunz are Portland’s 2019 Spring Showcase 5th Grade D2 Champions. Team members in white shirts kneeling from left to right are Xavier Castilleja, Heaven Chea-Haywood and Alonzo Palacios; standing from left to right are Micah Green, Andre Lopez, DeLucas Salinas, Rob…
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.
In their 1st appearance at the Washington State Middle School Championship Tournament at the Spokane Convention Center, March 15-17, the 4th Grade Young Gunz team was 4-0 and defeated Seattle’s Hard Work Beats Talent in the title game to win their 1st State Championship.
The Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo, which ends a midnight tomorrow is all for kids, from animal showing to mud football. Wednesday evening, the highlight was kids’ contests at the arena.
Young wrestlers from across Eastern Washington and North Idaho competed on 16 mats Saturday in the Spokane Convention Center during the annual Jason Crawford Memorial Tournament.
The Sunnyside Little Grapplers head to Selah on Saturday, March 31, for their final regular tournament of the season. That event will lead to the big one, the Jason Crawford Memorial Tournament, set for April 7 in the Spokane Convention Center.
With only a short drive, 51 members of the Sunnyside Little Grapplers made the trip to the youth wrestling tournament March 17 at Granger High School. Thirty-four of the Sunnysiders took home medals, emblematic of a Top 3 finish.
The Sunnyside Little Grapplers brought 35 medals home last Saturday from the Eisenhower wrestling tournament in Yakima. “As expected, it was a good tourney for us,” coach Daniel Guillen said of his team of wrestlers ages 5-14. “We did very well and brought home a lot of hardware.”
BELFAIR Girls from Granger, Sunnyside and Toppenish brought home dozens of medals Sunday from the all-female Battle of the Bling wrestling tournament at North Mason High School.
Three Lower Yakima Valley girls were Triple Crown winners Sunday and several others were named Outstanding Wrestler at the conclusion of the annual Columbia Women’s Cup tournament at Hanford High School. Granger Victory’s Delilah Chavez, 12, and Popeye Wrestling Club’s Samantha Ramos and Ihanna Perez each received Triple Crown championship singlets after taking gold medals in folkstyle, freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling styles.
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