YAKIMA – Granted, the Sunnyside High School baseball team got 10-runned again, but this time around the Grizzlies didn’t go down without a fight.
MOSES LAKE – Sunnyside High School’s baseball team sure is making the other guys look like world beaters.
With more than 400 victories between them on the prep gridirons of Washington and Oregon, as well as a combined seven state titles, football coaches Ken Potter and Steve Graff just might have a bit of insight into what it takes to build a winner.
Throw out the six-pack of runs the Chiefs rang up against Sunnyside the last inning, you had an honest to goodness ball game in town yesterday afternoon.
Too many errors, and too much of shortstop Matt Sutherland, did in the Sunnyside High School baseball team last Friday.
It’s difficult to see from the bleachers, but Sunnyside Coach Pete Marquez insists the Grizzly baseball team is improving each time it takes to the diamond.
Back to the drawing board!
Seven golfers shot sub-80 rounds yesterday at the annual Grandview Boys Golf Invitational, staged at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
Granted, it’s early in the season, but bottom line…you can’t commit eight errors in two games and expect to come away a winner.
The mission was simple. Pulling it off, well, that was going to take a Herculean-type effort.
The Curlew Cougars connected on 12-of-16 shots from the free throw line in the closing three-and-a-half minutes to fend off the Sunnyside Christian High School boys’ basketball team last Saturday, 54-49.
Brushing aside – for a third time this season – the Yakama Tribal Eagles, the Sunnyside Christian High School boys’ basketball team claimed the District championship last Friday night.
TAHOLA – Twelve hours round trip, deep into the heart of Quinault Indian Reservation territory on the Washington state coastline…that’s the long journey that faced the Bickleton High School girls’ basketball team this past weekend.
Thanks to what some might describe as Lindsay Brown’s best performance of the season, the Bickleton High School girls’ basketball team is moving on in the class 1B playoffs.
With District tournament wins over Bickleton and Yakama Tribal last weekend, the Sunnyside Christian High School boys basketball team now has Spokane squarely in its sights.
GRANDVIEW – It’s not exactly the kind of momentum you’re looking for when you’re about to enter postseason play.
GRANDVIEW – The Greyhounds are looking to avert a fourth straight loss in their league-ending contest tonight (Tuesday) against the visiting Selah Vikings.
Not bad. Not bad at all for a team returning only two players off last year’s squad that saw any real time with the varsity.
A win is a win is a…well, it’s not always a win.
Tried and true…a Grizzly through and through.
TOPPENISH – Refusing to give up any easy baskets from inside the key, forcing shots to come from the perimeter, the Yakama Tribal Eagles dealt the Sunnyside Christian Knights a 64-56 loss Tuesday evening.
It was a proverbial cakewalk for the Sunnyside Christian boys basketball team this past weekend. The Knights rolled to a pair of 77-20 and 66-23 wins over Glenwood and Klickitat, respectively.
BURBANK – Battling back from a 13-point deficit in the late going, Sunnyside Christian nearly got the best of the Columbia-Burbank Coyotes Tuesday evening.
Neither Trout Lake nor Bickleton could contain 6’6” senior Darren Broersma last Friday and Saturday.
Sunnyside Christian ran both Klickitat and Lyle/Wishram out of the gym last Friday and Saturday.
Entertaining – with a capital ‘E’. That’s one way to describe last night’s match-up between the Yakama Tribal and Sunnyside Christian boys basketball teams.
Connecting on 11-of-12 field goal attempts in the third quarter, the Sunnyside Christian High School boys basketball team rallied past the visiting DeSales Irish this past Saturday, 59-42.
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.
So far, so good.
The perennial powerhouse Grandview Greyhounds are in unfamiliar territory.
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?
It wasn’t the most polished of efforts, but as some say, a win is a win.
The Lady Greyhound volleyball players aren’t going to get to rest on their laurels.
Schutt low gross champ, Smith wins low net honors
Andrew Schutt of Sunnyside, this past weekend, bested what some might argue was the best field ever assembled for the annual Banana Belt.
SELAH – The Selah Dolphins, unbeaten in dual-meet action this summer and seeking a fifth consecutive league title, last night dealt the Sunnyside Sharks only their second loss of the season.
Claiming victory in 62 of the 73 races staged last night, the Sunnyside Sharks made off with a convincing 629-129 win over the host Grandview Neptunes.
Round two action got underway for the Sunnyside swim team last Thursday, and it was more of the same for the Sharks.
The Sunnyside Christian Knights didn’t exactly bring their ‘A’ game to last Friday’s home twin bill against visiting Tri-City Prep.
Sunnyside’s Newhouse clan - Gage, Myles and Brielle - combined for eight victories in the individual events last night to spark the Sharks to a tightly contested 418-364 win over the Toppenish Tarpons.
If there were any doubts as to which team is the favorite to win this year’s Mid-Valley Summer Swim League crown, they were laid to rest last night.
A mystery of sorts, one that doesn’t necessarily need to be solved, has surfaced at Sunnyside’s Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza.
Two, two-hit pitching performances in a doubleheader sweep over Grandview yesterday boosted the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team’s record to 4-4 on the season.
Was sitting in my back yard the other night and watched as a robin pulled a worm from my freshly watered grass.
Sunnyside’s Avery Bonzi and Matthew Marquez led a balanced attack by the Sharks last night.