Athletes from all six fall sports or activities were honored by the high school this past Monday during a special awards ceremony.
Sunnyside Fire Chief Aaron Markham is pictured with the results of his successful hunt recently in the Entiat area, just north of Wenatchee.
This past weekend’s football contest prognostication apparently wasn’t easy as a majority of participants missed more than half of the games.
High winds in Cheney prompt concerns for safety
High winds, road closures prompt delay of Eastern Washington-Seattle University basketball game
The first time proved a charm for 11-year-old Angel Tovar of Mabton, who bagged this elk recently on his first hunt.
Mabton went toe to toe with “Goliath” Friday and nearly came up with an upset for the ages in a 21-7 State 2B football playoff loss at top-ranked Lind-Ritzville-Sprague.
Knights take sixth at state
The Sunnyside Christian girls brought home a sixth-place trophy from the state 1B volleyball tournament Saturday.
Sunnyside Christian players (L-R) Kristen Broersma, Katelyn Banks and Aydan Harrington celebrate a point during the state 1B volleyball tourney last Saturday in Yakima.
Knights bring home bling from the state 1B volleyball tournament
Knights fall to Almira/Coulee Hartline, finish sixth in the state 1B volleyball tournament in the SunDome
Sunnyside Christian slips in to trophy game against Almira/Coulee-Hartline
Sunnyside Christian eliminates Providence Classical Christian in state 1B consolation bracket
Sunnyside Christian girls move to consolation round after 3-0 loss
Oakesdale sweeps Sunnyside Christian, 3-0, in state 1B girls volleyball semifinal
Three Greyhound athletes who participated in fall sports were recently named among those receiving CWAC League all-league honors.
Lyle-Wishram’s Kiya Childers digs up the ball this morning while MaeLynn Luke watches in the opening round of the 2015 State Volleyball Championships.
The host Grizzlies opened the 2015 bowling season yesterday with a 4-0 loss at the hands of Wenatchee.