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?
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.
A complaint from a student voiced early last spring – focused on the questionable teaching methods of a local high school instructor – has resulted in the Sunnyside School District severing ties with the long-tenured employee.
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.
A last-inning, four-run rally – coupled with a 16-6 blowout in the nightcap – gave the Sunnyside Christian Knights a doubleheader sweep of the visiting Grandview High School summer baseball team Tuesday afternoon.
Limiting the visiting Grandview Neptunes to just five wins in the 69 races staged last night, Sunnyside rolled to its third straight victory in Mid-Valley Summer Swim League play.
The Sunnyside boys 10&U swimmers didn’t give up a single point to their Prosser counterparts last night, spearheading the Sharks to a dominating 495-258 victory over the host Piranhas.
Local golf course hosting public ceremony this Saturday, June 14
Troy Monholland, who heads up the American Legion’s traditional flag retirement ceremony in this area, isn’t all that pleased with the reception he got from city officials.
Not facing much of a test in their season opener, the Sunnyside Sharks rang up a convincing 639-60 victory over the Naches Barracudas last night.
Trekking south of the state line, the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team dropped both ends of a doubleheader to the Stanfield nine yesterday.
Hannah Pond’s goal, simply put, was to make the cut for day-two action at the 2A State girls golf tournament last week.
MEDICAL LAKE – On the plus side, Sunnyside Christian made it as far as the 1B State quarter-finals.
Reportedly, a few bird brains asked the Sunnyside Planning Commission to consider revising the municipal code, the section that prohibits local folks from raising chickens within the city limits.
In golf, after writing a 13 on your scorecard, you pretty much know you’ve shot yourself in the foot and your round is a bust.
Two regulars at Toppenish’s Mt. Adams Country Club, Eric Holden and Laney Anderson, captured top honors in this year’s Bill Christie Memorial Two-Man Best Ball Tournament.
Sunnyside Christian High School is no stranger when it comes to qualifying to play at State tournaments. In basketball, that is, as the Knights have captured eight State titles in the last two decades.
Banging out 12 hits against the class 1A Granger Spartans varsity yesterday afternoon, 1B Sunnyside Christian 10-runned the home club.
An 11-2 lead dissipated for the Sunnyside Christian High School baseball team last Friday, as the visiting Touchet Indians rallied for a 17-14 victory in the opening game of a twin bill.
Two stellar pitching performances by Wyatt Hoff and Brandon Moore propelled the Sunnyside Christian Knights to a twin bill sweep of Lyle Tuesday afternoon.
Behind a complete game performance by hurler Wyatt Hoff, and some timely hitting by Brandon Moore and Brant Bosma, the Sunnyside Christian High School baseball team knocked off the Liberty Christian Patriots Tuesday afternoon, 7-1.
A pair of stellar pitching performances by Wyatt Hoff and Brandon Moore were the keys to a doubleheader sweep by the Sunnyside Christian High School baseball team yesterday afternoon.
East Valley’s Raab claims medalist honors
East Valley’s Andrew Raab took home top individual honors from yesterday’s Grandview High School Golf Invitational.
Triple play key in win over Naches
Baseball can be a strange game. Just ask Sunnyside Christian High School junior Ryan Bangs.
Newly hired assistant coach Glenn Braman has been tasked with rebuilding the Grandview High School girls’ golf team.
Yes, it was a Tiger (no, not that Tiger) who scorched Black Rock Creek Golf Course yesterday afternoon for a 4-over-par 76.
The best may be yet to come.
WIAA Class 1A Girls State Basketball Tournament
When only three players can get the ball to drop through the hoop, and collectively a team makes just 16 percent of its shots from the field, a win is hard to come by. Especially so, if that team is playing at the WIAA Class 1A State Girls Basketball Tournament.
Sunnyside Lady Grizzlies bound for Tacoma Dome
Coach Rick Puente’s assessment that all 12 girls on his roster contributed mightily in last Saturday’s 61-45 State Sectional win over Auburn Mountainview couldn’t ring more true.
Lady Grizzlies Regional champs
It would come as no surprise if a construction crew had to be called in to reattach the roof to the Sunnyside High School gymnasium.
SHS Grizzlies Big Nine champs
For Sunnyside, there is no ‘I’ in team.
Holey smokes! Just when it looked like Selah had control of last night’s District tournament play-in game, the roof fell in on the Vikings.
Big Nine League title up for grabs this Friday
YAKIMA – Eleven…that’s the magic number for the Sunnyside Lady Grizzly basketball team.
In a sense, it was poetic justice. The only Sunnyside player the Falcons were able to contain last night - Selena Rubacava - was the one who burst Hanford’s final bubble.