Freshmen Belen Agustin, Jacqueline Padilla and Yarenni Trujillo, left to right, compete in Granger’s homecoming tug-of-war competition last night.
Prosser, Grandview, Mabton and Pullman post event times
The Pullman Greyhounds swam away with almost all of the first-place finishes from Saturday’s swim meet at Prosser Pool.
Prosser runners brought home sixth place overall from the Connell Invite on Saturday.
Two area volleyball teams are ranked in statewide polls for their respective divisions.
Only one Bickleton runner finished in the Top 30 in the Bridgette Nelson Memorial Invitational cross country meet Saturday.
The Sunnyside Christian girls volleyball team downed College Park, but fell to Kiona-Benton and Riverview during a tournament Saturday.
Grandview, Prosser and Granger played
Three Lower Yakima Valley soccer teams are celebrating victories this week after Saturday’s matches.
The start of Friday’s homecoming game looked dismal for the home team. But, Mabton was able to pull out a 22-20 victory.
Although the 42-6 score doesn’t reflect the hard work of the Greyhounds, who lost to host Selah Friday night, the coach is pleased with their efforts.
The Mountain Goats put up a fight, but the Spartans battled to the bitter end and came out victorious, 26-20, Friday.
Homecoming week kicks off tonight with karaoke in the high school commons at 6 p.m.
Mustangs upset by Bulldog scoring run
The defending 2A state champions are recovering from Friday’s 35-12 loss to the Bulldogs.
Sunnyside defeats Panthers, 39-7
Coming off a 39-7 pounding of the Wenatchee Panthers last Friday, the Grizzlies football team has its best start in more than three decades.
The Knights dispatched Entiat, 58-20, Friday night.
Prosser wins, Sunnyside, Mabton, Grandview lose
There is one volleyball team in the Lower Yakima Valley with a perfect 5-0 record, Granger.