The Bickleton High School girls basketball team just couldn’t overcome the height and speed of the Moses Lake Christian Academy team, losing 56-23 last night on the road.
The Cheney Blackhawks came away with wins in all 11 of the events staged at Yakima’s Lions Pool earlier this week.
Senior Makayla Moon and sophomore Megan Kinney came through big time yesterday for the Sunnyside High School girls bowling team.
Claiming 18 team points in the first three matches of the night sparked the Sunnyside wrestling team to a 56-20 victory at Davis yesterday in CBBN action.
Benefitting from several forfeits, the Lady Grizzly wrestling team cruised to a pair of victories at a double-dual match at home Thursday night.
Although not all Mabton wrestlers fared as well as they would have liked at the Kittitas Express Wrestling Tournament this past Wednesday night, three came out on top.
The Greyhounds came close Tuesday night to winning their first meet of the season, but just fell short against Wapato, 41-39.
The Bickleton boys basketball team was in charge throughout all four quarters of last night’s game against Touchet, prevailing 54-45.
Senior Moses Ibarra skies above Othello sophomore Trenton Cutforth in last night’s CWAC boys basketball game in Grandview.
Two members of Sunnyside’s small contingent of swimmers made their season debut at a four-team meet in Wenatchee yesterday.
With three Moses Lake bowlers topping the two-game 300 series plateau, the host Chiefs rolled over the visiting Sunnyside Lady Grizzly keglers yesterday afternoon, 4-0.
Sunnyside Christian’s Annie Brouwer (#10), Emily Banks (#34) and Sailor Liefke (#20) hem in a Naches player during last night’s game.
Charlie Rosales of Sunnyside drives the ball past Eisenhower’s Holden Backes last night.
Solid, physically athletic and with a deep bench, the class 1A Naches Valley Rangers wore down a depleted Sunnyside Christian line-up last night, 43-36.
“I feel that we won every part of this game except the free throw line,” is how Mabton boys hoop coach Brock Ledgerwood describes his team’s 77-71 loss at Granger last night, Tuesday.