Photo by John Fannin.
Moving the ball up court against Wapato last Friday, Greyhound Jay Armendariz looks for an open teammate as Hunter Jacob gives chase. Wapato upended the No. 1 CWAC team by a score of 77-65, but Grandview is still atop the league standings having defeated Toppenish on Saturday, 78-48. Grandview is 14-3 in league action, 16-3 overall. Joey Saenz and Isaiah Gonzalez led Grandview with 15 points each on Friday. Also scoring in double digits against Wapato were Bryce Carpenter and Kobe Schrank. Against the Wildcats, Armendariz scored a team-high 17 points, Carpenter tallied 16 points, Gonzales scored 15 points and Schrank contributed 10 points to the final score. The Greyhounds will finish the regular season against Prosser tomorrow (Tuesday) and will compete in the District semi-finals next Monday, Feb. 17.