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.
With speed to burn, the Mabton Vikings zipped past the Sunnyside Christian High School boys basketball team last Friday, 57-42.
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.
Solid, physically athletic and with a deep bench, the class 1A Naches Valley Rangers wore down a depleted Sunnyside Christian line-up last night, 43-36.
The perennial powerhouse Grandview Greyhounds are in unfamiliar territory.
So far, so good.
With one game under their belts, the Grandview Greyhounds will be looking to get into the win column tonight (Tuesday).
For some families, going on vacation means flying off to California for a four-night stay at Disneyland. For others, it’s enjoying the crackling fireplace in a cozy bungalow that’s within a stone’s throw of the ocean.
Recall the old television commercial, the one that was easy to ignore because your mind told you something like that could never happen here?