A squad of youngsters calling themselves Triple D – representing Yakima’s Triple Double Academy which is operated by London Wilson – won top honors in the fifth grade girls division of last weekend’s 2015 Yakima Hot Shots 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament.
The Sunnyside Grizzliettes Grid Kid dance and drill team celebrate winning two awards during last night’s annual Grandview community parade.
During the recent National Cheerleaders Association camp at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, the Sunnyside High School squad earned several awards.
Danny Zavala and Lupe Maldonado are both Mabton natives and work for the Sunnyside School District.
Attracting a field of contestants hailing from as far away as Pasco, the city of Grandview’s Parks and Recreation Department held its annual Threes and Frees contest last Friday. Held at the Grandview’s Community Center, results of the hoop shooting contest were dominated by youths from Pasco and Zillah.
Parents in Sunnyside wishing to register their youngsters, ages 8 to 13, in the Grid Kid football program can do so beginning today, Monday.
GRANDVIEW – There were too many Sharks in the pool last night, as host Grandview fell 387-117 in Mid-Valley Swim League action.
Sylvia Villagrana and Ernesto Carrasco, the head coach and assistant coach for the Sunnyside High School girls’ soccer program, will serve as the lead instructors at a soccer skills camp for youngsters later this month.
A total of 43 members of the Sunnyside Little Grapplers wrestling team competed at a tourney in Granger last Saturday.