Sophomore Adrian Benitez led Grandview’s pack of Greyhounds across the finish line at yesterday’s CWAC cross-country meet hosted by the Othello Huskies.
The Moses Lake Chiefs proved too formidable for the Sunnyside High School girls swim team Thursday afternoon.
The Grandview girls soccer team, try as they might, were unable to score a single goal against Selah last night.
A lone goal from 1A Granger’s Nayeli Reyna last night dashed the 2B Mabton soccer team’s hopes of a victory against a former league foe.
Though healthy enough to field a full 11 starters, the Sunnyside Grizzly soccer team struggled at Davis yesterday, Thursday, in an 8-1 loss.
Mabton Coach Sandy Jaquish quipped his team “...got second” at its match against the Cougars last night.
All the cylinders weren’t firing last night for the Sunnyside Christian Lady Knights volleyball team.
It took a fifth set to do it, but the Grandview High School girls volleyball team broke out of its early season slump last night.
Patriots overpower SCHS, 102-34
Five touchdowns and 230 yards in total offense would be a remarkable night for most high school quarterbacks.
Sunnyside High School junior running back Jessica Linde evades the senior class defenders in Wednesday night‘s annual powder puff flag football game.
The Grizzly volleyball team’s home match against Davis scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, has been rescheduled for Saturday, Oct. 24.
A long road trip to and from Soap Lake felt a little longer for the Mabton Lady Vikings after a four-set loss to the Eagles last night.
Things have decidedly gone south for the Grandview High School girls volleyball team.
Sunnyside’s Madison Marro stretches to block the ball as Eastmont’s team anticipates how to defend the Grizzly attack in last night’s match.
Sunnyside Christian’s volleyball team improved its record to 3-0 in Greater Columbia 1B League play last night.