Center fielder Griselda Vazquez of Grandview can’t quite catch up to the ball in last night’s twin bill against the defending 2A State champion Selah Vikings.
“It was a tough game,” said Sunnyside softball fastpitch coach Ralph Mendoza.
The Sunnyside Christian Lady Knight fastpitch softball team swept both ends of a doubleheader at Granger yesterday by scores of 12-9 and 32-19.
In a much closer-than-it-appears contest yesterday, Tuesday, Sunnyside Christian’s baseball team prevailed 27-9 at Connell against the Eagles’ JV squad.
Posting their lowest scores of the season, Grandview Lady Greyhound golfers Hannah Pond and Teagan Parrish posted respective scores of 103 and 107 during a CWAC contest yesterday at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
Though only fielding a team with two players, the Grandview Greyhound golf team made its presence known yesterday during a CWAC match at Mt. Adams Golf Course.
The Grizzly baseball squad is still looking for its first win of the season after a trip to Moses Lake yesterday resulted in a 10-0 loss to the Chiefs.
There was no good news for the Grizzly tennis squads yesterday, as both the boys and girls squads went winless in yesterday’s match-up against the Wenatchee Panthers.
Yesterday was a nice day for tennis if you were a West Valley Rams tennis player. So nice in fact, the West Valley boys claimed a victory of 5-0 over the Grandview High School Greyhounds on the Grandview courts.
Sunnyside collects pair of hat tricks
“We talk about being efficient and coming out as aggressive as we can,” Grizzly soccer coach David Guevara says of his team’s approach.
“Highland had a good match,” Mabton Coach Junior Garcia said of last night’s soccer match in Cowiche.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission took action last week to expand the number of big-game hunting permits available this year and reduce the cost of several types of permits.
The Mabton Viking soccer team this past Saturday dominated the opening half of its game against visiting Warden, but the Cougars were able to pull out a 3-2 win in the final minutes of the match.
Battling the unforgiving greens of the Moses Lake Golf Club’s par 72 course yesterday, Monday, Sunnyside High School’s Ethan Partch carded a 106.