Eight of nine Pirate girls know what it means to face some tough basketball opponents.
Ending last season with a 1-19 record, the Grizzlies have their work cut out for them in boys basketball.
Finishing in the Top 4 of the Central Washington Athletic Conference standings is the goal for the Greyhounds boys basketball team this season.
Will lean on three returning players
With eight varsity players lost to graduation, the 2015-16 edition of the Sunnyside girls basketball team will look to new faces to sustain the program’s momentum.
Doing the little things right is the key to the Vikings’ big dream of getting back to the state 2B boys basketball tournament.
Losing the title game to seven-time 1B State champions Colton last season, the Sunnyside Christian girls hoops team has high hopes for the 2015-16 campaign.
Bleyhl’s recently provided $900 to Sunnyside Christian High School to support the school’s athletic programs.
Coach Alice Perkins presents Mabton High School swimmers Brianna Desmarais and Kaitlyn Ott, right, with awards for the 2015 girls swim season at last night’s awards dinner.
A youth movement is underway for the Knights boys basketball program.
The 4A Grizzly bowling team broke into the win column yesterday with a 3-1 victory over visiting 2A Ellensburg.
Tuning up for state 1A quarterfinal football game
Three local girls have been named to the all-league soccer team by the CWAC.
Separated by a two-game combined bowling total of 60 pins, host Davis prevailed for a 4-0 sweep of Sunnyside yesterday at Minda Lanes.
WIAA names local girl state Athlete of the Week
A Sunnyside Christian volleyball standout has been named as the statewide female Athlete of the Week for small schools.
Greyhounds stronger, more experienced
Coach Chad Bunker is looking forward to the girls basketball season.