After winning two matches, the Sunnyside girls bowling team suffered a disappointing night at Nob Hill Lanes against Eisenhower on Thursday. The Cadets varsity team won, 2035-1478. The JV edged the Grizzlies, 1344-1302.
Special Olympic bowlers take part in Sunday’s State tournament in Kenmore
For three local youngsters, Sunday is a special day. Noah Rios, Marcus Moreno and Brianna Flores-Galeana are competing in the Special Olympics State bowling tournament at Kenmore Lanes in Kenmore at 9 a.m. Sunday, December 10.
A volunteer led walk will follow Richland’s Urban Greenbelt Trail beginning at 1 p.m. December 10. The trail is an urban path that encircles the central city.
The Sunnyside girls bowling team is celebrating their second win. Tuesday night, they defeated Davis 1389-1167. The Grizzlies travel to Nob Hill Lanes against Eisenhower Thursday.
The Mustang girls came from behind to edge Granger, 38-35, in a non-league basketball contest Friday, December 1. The Spartans jumped to a 13-9 lead in the first quarter. But the Mustangs battled back, outscoring their hosts, 11-5 for a 20-18 halftime lead.
Mabton falls, Bickleton wins in Friday action
The 1A Spartans surprised the 2A Mustangs boys basketball team Friday, taking a non-league victory, 56-51. In other boys hoops scores Friday, Warden dunked Mabton, 69-37, and Bickleton knocked off the visiting Riverside Christian Crusaders, 61-56.
The Almira/Coulee-Hartline Warriors won the state 1B football title in a record-setting game Friday night in the Tacoma Dome. The Warriors outlasted the Sunnyside Christian Knights, 84-60. The Warriors' score was the highest ever posted by a single team in a state title football game, and the combined score was more than any other championship game, according to WIAA records dating back to 1973. The Knights are the first-ever football team from Sunnyside to make it into a state title game. This is the Warriors fourth championship victory in five games since 1980. In other Friday night football, O'Dea upended Rainier Beach, 38-11, to win the state 3A title in the dome.
The 2017 SunDome Shootout is slated for Dec. 28-29 at the Yakima Valley SunDome, 1301 S. Fair Ave.
The latest Washington Wrestling Report polls show the Grizzlies are currently No. 10 in 4A.
The Grandview and Prosser boys swim teams competed at Lions Pool against Selah yesterday.
13-year-old Angel Tovar of Mabton, son of Angel and Maria Tovar, sits with a whitetail doe he shot on the opening day of modern firearm season outside Waitsburg at 130 yards.
The Grandview Greyhounds girls team opened the season with a 61-56 win over the Pullman Greyhounds. The Grandview boys, however, lost 46-67.
The Sunnyside Grizzlies girls won their season-opening basketball game, 58-47, against East Valley (Yakima) last night.
Grizzlies celebrate first win of season
It’s been a difficult season for the less experienced Grizzlies bowling team so far, having lost their first four matches.