April 20, 2015
April 20, 2015
TOPPENISH – The Lady Greyhound golf team overcame chilly 40 m.p.h. winds and an unfamiliar golf course to sweep its two opponents in CWAC action this past Tuesday.
Sunnyside High School No. 2 doubles player Bianca Molina watches as her shot drops just in front of her West Valley opponents...
Facing very talented boys and girls squads from Othello yesterday, it didn’t come as much of a surprise that Grandview netted just one win from the 10 matches that were staged.
A competitive spirit wasn’t enough to help the Sunnyside Christian varsity baseball team yesterday in a pair of losses to the visiting Connell JV squad.
Lady Grizzly hurler Logan Pickel delivers a pitch against West Valley yesterday, Tuesday, during Sunnyside’s 20-3 loss to the visiting Rams.
Sunnyside’s Christian Chavez, who was responsible for one of his team’s three goals, keeps a Moses Lake player from gaining possession of the ball during yesterday’s soccer match.
The Sunnyside Christian fastpitch softball team yesterday suffered a 23-6 loss to Kittitas. It is only the second game the Lady Knights have lost this season.
The Sunnyside girls golf team competed in the third CBBN league match of the season yesterday at Three Lakes Golf Course near Wenatchee.
For the second time in three games, Mabton’s Oscar Aguilar recorded a hat trick in a span of about 20 minutes.
Two sections of the Snake River, below Ice Harbor Dam near Pasco and below Lower Granite Dam, will open to fishing for spring chinook salmon this coming Sunday, April 19.
TOPPENISH – This past Saturday’s twin bill losses to Toppenish have the Grandview fastpitch softball team still in search of its first win.
MABTON – After suffering a 17-1 trouncing in the first game of yesterday’s non-league twin bill, it appeared Mabton had righted the ship when the Lady Vikings forged a 16-0 lead through the first two innings of the nightcap.
GRANDVIEW – Big innings made a big difference in vaulting Prosser to a pair of identical 13-0 victories at Grandview last Saturday.