Senior Alyssa Nash, held in check the first half of last Friday’s game by Sunnyside Christian, exploded for 18 points after intermission to lead the Mabton High School girls basketball team to a come-from-behind 68-56 win.
The Lady Vikings started out league play this past Saturday night with a decisive victory over Soap Lake, 75-23.
A slow start proved costly for the Sunnyside Grizzly basketball team in its league opener last Friday.
For the inexperienced class 2A Grandview High School wrestling squad, last Saturday’s first ever Eisenhower Mat Classic – which drew a strong 16-team field - was a learning experience.
The Grandview Lady Greyhounds earned fourth-place honors at a 31-team tournament this past weekend in Bremerton, earning five medals, including two championships.
Missing key athletes, the Sunnyside Grizzly wrestling team still had a fruitful day last Saturday at the first-ever Eisenhower Mat Classic, finishing third in a field of 16 teams.
By a nearly 20-point margin, the Sunnyside Lady Grizzly wrestling team claimed top honors at last Saturday’s 24-team Warden Invite. Sunnyside tallied 192 points for first-place team honors, followed by the host Cougars in second with 174 points and Washougal with 122 points.
The Sunnyside Lady Grizzlies jumped into CBBN basketball play this past Friday and Saturday, and pulled out a couple of road wins.
With speed to burn, the Mabton Vikings zipped past the Sunnyside Christian High School boys basketball team last Friday, 57-42.
Playing its eighth game in 16 days, the Mabton Viking hoop team channeled its inner-Energizer Bunny and opened league play with a 71-58 victory at Soap Lake last Saturday.
Coach Glenn Braman says they weren’t pretty, nonetheless, the Grandview High School boys basketball team picked up a couple of victories on the road this past weekend.
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.