BOYS PREP BASKETBALL
GRANDVIEW An edge in the paint helped the Sunnyside boys basketball team earn a 67-51 victory over the Greyhounds last night.
The Grizzlies built a 25-13 first-quarter lead and never looked back in getting the win on the Greyhounds’ home court.
“Sunnyside had a tremendous advantage on the rebounds,” coach Glenn Braman said. “They also shot the ball from distance well, connecting on five 3-pointers.”
The Grizzlies featured a balanced scoring attack with four players in double figures, led by Trey Sanchez’s 15 points. Art Palacios added 14, Nate Maltos 11 and Will Bowman 10 points for Sunnyside.
Gunner Chronis paced Grandview with 25 points, while teammate Jacob Mendoza tallied 9 points.
Grandview, 0-3, hosts Wapato this Friday. Sunnyside, 3-0, is at home Friday hosting Hanford.