13-year-old Angel Tovar of Mabton, son of Angel and Maria Tovar, sits with a whitetail doe he shot on the opening day of modern firearm season outside Waitsburg at 130 yards.
The Recreation Office is accepting registrations for the Mid-Valley Youth Basketball season. The program for youngsters 3 to 12-years-old begins Jan. 15.
Eddy Almaguer Jr., 14, formerly of Sunnyside, drew a doe tag this season and bagged this beauty on a recent hunting trip.
Last Saturday one group of youngsters was fired up and ready for action, facing the challenge of their young lives.
After defeating Ellensburg, 14-13, the Sunnyside B-Black Grid Kid Team is eager for Saturday’s 3 p.m. championship game at Sozo Sports Complex.
Program still strong with 15 years of effort
For anyone who is unable to appreciate all the good in the community, they haven’t met the people behind the Little Grapplers wrestling program.
The 6-0 Sunnyside B-Black Grid Kid football team gathers for a photo last Saturday.
Lower valley teams battle in title game
Boys and girls in third, sixth and seventh grades took to the hardwood last weekend for the Prosser Mustang Fall Shootout.
Ethan Christensen and Reyden Huizar of Housel Middle School’s football team move in on the Sierra Vista Middle School ball carrier during yesterday’s game.
Here are the complete results of the 2017 championship meet
Complete swim results posted
Prosser swimmers top Othello
Prosser dominates Othello in dual swim meet
Naches Barracudas no match for Neptunes
Grandview Neptunes win at home over Naches Barracudas
Dolphins outswim Tarpons
Selah swimmers outpace Toppenish Tarpons
Piranhas girls win; boys fall to Barracudas
Naches boys hold off Prosser as Piranhas girls edge Barracudas
Sharks dominated dual meet against Grandview
Sunnyside amasses more than 500 points in swim meet victory over Grandview