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Tubing hill, night skiing now open

The tubing hill has opened for business.

Prosser girls trample Jackrabbits

Mustangs boys hand Quincy 70-36 loss

Making up for their canceled games against the Jackrabbits, the Prosser girls won, 60-15, and boys secured a 70-36 win.

Teams fare well at tourney

Action continues at Lynden Christian today

Four Lower Yakima Valley basketball teams are competing at a tournament hosted by Lynden Christian High School.

Cougars lose Holiday Bowl

Washington State University football fans are disappointed today.

Holiday hoops today

The Bickleton basketball teams are set to compete in the Helix Christmas Basketball Tournament.

Huskies set to play Saturday

The No. 4-ranked University of Washington football team is gearing up for Saturday’s Peach Bowl appearance against No. 1-ranked Alabama.

Sunnyside grapplers lose

The Sunnyside girls wrestling team lost, 2-15, to the Bulldogs yesterday.

Sunnyside boys lose

Sunnyside High School’s boys basketball team suffered a 51-66 loss to 3A Kamiakin in a non-league game last night.

Avalanche danger rises

Snowmobilers are being urged to use caution if they venture into the backcountry this week.

Americans back on ice

The Tri-City Americans hockey team returns to the ice at home tonight against the Portland Winterhawks.

Yaks face Edmonds

The Yakima Valley Community College men’s basketball team will hit the hardwood tomorrow in the Clackamas Holiday Tournament.

Ki-Be heads to DeSales tournament

The Kiona-Benton boys basketball teams return to the court tomorrow in the DeSales Holiday tournament.

Conditions improve for winter sports

Skiers and snowboarders may have some of the best slopes this winter in the closing days of 2016.