July 30, 2015
July 30, 2015
Fishery managers from Washington and Oregon have extended the summer salmon fishing on the lower Columbia River by three weeks, and approved a new daily catch limit for waters above and below Bonneville Dam.
A record-setting southpaw for the WSU Cougar baseball team, Joe Pistorese was recently selected in the 17th round by the Seattle Mariners during Major League Baseball’s amateur draft.
Posting a record of 120-55 in seven seasons as Granger’s varsity boys basketball coach, Miguel Bazaldua will share his expertise next week during a summer hoop camp.
The Washington Grizzlies – comprised of six youngsters from Sunnyside and Prosser, as well as two youths from Yakima – captured championship honors in the boys sixth grade division at the 2015 Big Mountain Jam.
Competing in the 12&U boys 40-yard backstroke event last night is Grandview swimmer Anthony Rodriguez, who completed the race in 46.16 seconds.
Gunning for a sixth consecutive Mid-Valley Summer Swim League title, the Selah Dolphins took a big step last night towards accomplishing that goal.
STANFIELD, ORE. – After a competitive 7-3 loss to Riverside/Irrigon, the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team fell 13-2 to host Stanfield, Ore.
SELAH – Gleaning whatever positives he can find from a summer exhibition schedule in which his team has posted a record of 1-15, Grizzly baseball coach Nicholas Gurnard wasn’t hanging his head last Friday.
The unbeaten Sunnyside Sharks easily turned back the visiting Grandview Neptunes last night, winning by a 654-150 margin.
The spring Chinook salmon season is coming to a close for local anglers, on the Washington state portion of the Snake River.
Ten sessions of instruction detailing the finer points of playing baseball are being offered by the Sunnyside Baseball Academy.
The LaSalle Lightning turned the tables on Sunnyside’s prep baseball team yesterday.
Julian Rivera, a 2012 Sunnyside High School graduate, is surrounded by his parents – Cecilia and Ruben Rivera (at left) – and his baseball coach at Wenatchee Valley College, Dustin Willis (at right).