March 14, 2017
March 14, 2017
March 10, 2017
The Sunnyside Grizzlies girls basketball team was one of five Lower Yakima Valley teams to claim hardware in the Hardwood Classic.
Colton claims third place
An emotional, trying season for the Sunnyside Christian girls basketball team finished with a fifth-place trophy Saturday at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.
Sunnyside Christian boys win ninth state basketball title
The Sunnyside Christian boys basketball team brought home the state 1B gold ball trophy with a 47-40 win over Lummi Nation on Saturday at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.
Sunnyside Christian to play Lummi Nation at 9 p.m. Saturday
Sunnyside to face regional foe Central Valley (Spokane) at 9:30 a.m.
Sunnyside, Central Valley (Spokane) rematch slated in state 4A trophy game.
Spartans, Bulldogs fall in semifinals Friday night
Granger girls fall to Mount Baker, 58-65; Okanogan loses to Cashmere, 36-41
Knights to play for third-place Saturday in state 1B tournament
Republic Tigers nip Sunnyside Christian, 50-45, in state 1B girls semifinals.
Updated basketball scores from early games Friday, March 3
Hopes for a state 2A Hardwood Classic trophy end with loss
Prosser boys basketball season comes to an end without a state trophy.
The Mustangs’ Cinderella run at a state 2A boys basketball title ended in overtime yesterday as Prosser fell to Olympic, 59-54, in the Yakima Valley SunDome.
The Zillah Leopards boys basketball team handily won yesterday’s quarterfinal, 81-54, against Cascade Christian.
Sunnyside Christian upended No. 1-ranked Neah Bay, 58-48, last night.
The No. 9 Sunnyside Christian girls basketball team chopped down No. 2 Oakesdale, 51-49, in a state 1B quarterfinal game yesterday at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.
Although the Sunnyside Grizzlies girls basketball team fell 48-47 in the final moments of yesterday’s quarterfinal against Glacier Peak, there’s still a chance to bring home the hardware.
The Granger Spartans girls took charge of yesterday’s quarterfinal game against Meridian and never looked back.