The 1A Leopards defeated 2A Selah in both boys and girls non-league hoop action last night.
With two more road games scheduled before he returns to the Toyota Center with his team, Americans goalkeeper Rylan Parenteau has gained notice from the Western Hockey League.
More snow at the ski area is forecast for today.
A new seeding system is in place for this year’s state high school basketball tournaments.
The high school bowling team felled 1,707 pins to Eisenhower’s 1,814 yesterday at Valley Lanes.
Fans are ready as the Seattle Seahawks play the Falcons on Saturday.
Area wrestlers to some championships
The Wapato Wolves easily captured the Grandview Winter Classic team title on Saturday with six individual champions.
Wrestlers bring home 4 gold, 2 silver medals
The Sunnyside Grizzlies boys wrestling team dominated the Dick Pruett Memorial on Saturday.
The Daily Sun will be publishing another Seahawks poster Friday.
The undefeated Grizzlies (10-0) girls hoops team will hit the court tonight at 7 p.m. in Hermiston, Ore.
Two area boys basketball teams are ranked among the Top 10 in their divisions this week by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
A Tri-City Americans goalie has earned the team’s first shutout of this hockey season.
The state Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider updating the Columbia River salmon management policy when it meets Jan. 13-14.
Two Grizzlies girls wrestlers took their opponents at the Kelso Invitational by storm.
Two Lower Yakima Valley natives wrestling for the Southern Oregon University Raiders ended the national duals Friday with perfect records.