A 14-game win streak ended Saturday for the Knights boys basketball team with a 56-50 loss at Liberty Christian.
Boys and girls move on to regional events
Grizzlies took team titles Saturday in both the boys and girls district wrestling tournaments.
Knights diver preparing alone for Federal Way
A Sunnyside Christian athlete overcame a “messed up” dive Friday afternoon to qualify for the state meet.
As long as Sunnyside Christian High School’s lone diver goes off the boards today at District preliminaries, he is guaranteed a spot at the State tournament.
Some of the top girls wrestling teams in the state – including the defending state champions – will compete tomorrow at the high school gym.
A new set of athletes will compete in track and field this spring as a new ambulatory division will be offered.
Now in its second year, a sports medicine program at the high school is shaping student career choices.
Three local teams on their way
Wrestlers from Grandview and Prosser are headed to the District 2A tournament this weekend, with grapplers looking for a regional berth.
The Vikings boys basketball team hosts Warden tomorrow in a contest to decide the Central Washington B League crown.
Grizzlies grapplers take to the mat this weekend as the team heads into the postseason.
Parker Van De Graaf has been in the shadows of the sports scene despite being one of the most promising athletes in the valley.
Girls stay undefeated
The Knights boys and girls hoop teams rolled to victory last night over Columbia-Burbank in non-league action.
The Greyhounds girls basketball team used a balanced attack to whip Prosser 60-44 last night.
Knights wrap up home basketball games tonight
Sunnyside Christian’s boys and girls basketball teams both prevailed last night against host DeSales.