High School


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Grizzlies building on success

The Grizzlies made it to the postseason for the first time in three years last year.

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Lower Yakima Valley teams take to the Hardwood

The Sunnyside High School gymnasium provided coaches a chance to see what their teams are made of last night.

Donation benefits park

SOZO Sports of Central Washington recently received a significant donation from the Plath family.

Bowlers score win

The Grizzlies bowling team defeated Davis, 1429-1316, yesterday.

No Grizzlies swimmers this season

The Grizzlies don’t have any boys swimming this season.

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Grizzlies growl at Grandview jamboree

Girls hoops season opens Thursday

The Sunnyside Grizzly girls basketball program tipped off the 2016-17 season last night with a jamboree.

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Swimmers have high hopes

Greyhounds want to return to state meet

Since its first season — 2012-13 — the Greyhounds boys swim team has made an appearance at the state swim meet.

Boys hoops postponed

The Sunnyside Christian boys basketball scheduled has been updated.

Rounds wins final Football Forecast

Reader Eric Rounds of Sunnyside has won our final Football Forecast of the 2016 season.

Bowlers lose by one pin

Moses Lake defeated the Sunnyside High School bowling team by one pin Tuesday.

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Greyhounds looking for teamwork

Team debuts at jamboree Monday

A new season of basketball begins Monday for the Greyhounds.

Locals receive league honors

The Central Washington Athletic Conference selected its all-league players for 2A girls soccer, girls volleyball and boys and girls cross country.

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Athletes lauded at ceremony

Valle, Borrego recipients of electricians award

Grizzlies participating in athletics give their time and effort to represent the school each season.

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Prosser boys gear up for hoops season

It’s been a few years since the Mustangs have had so much time to prepare for the basketball season.

Stags lance Leopards to end season, 24-6

Deer Park defense reins in Zillah offense

The Deer Park Stags unleashed their postseason formula for winning football, an opportunistic defense and a big play scoring strike, to dominate the Zillah Leopards, 24-6, in the state 1A quarterfinals Saturday.