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Season ends at district tournament

The season ended yesterday for four Grandview Greyhounds competing in the District 5 tournament.

Grizzlies shine at district track meet

Maltos lone Sunnyside High School state qualifier... so far

The first half of the District 6 Track Championships has concluded, but Big 9 athletes have another day of competition ahead of them tomorrow in Yakima at Zaepfel Stadium.

Sunnyside golfers finish season at girls districts

Hellner-Gomez scores 142, Limon cards 110

Two girls representing Sunnyside High School at the District 6 golf tournament at Apple Tree Golf Course have ended their season.

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Heffron heads to state for Knights

Returning to Horn Rapids Gold Course this past Wednesday for the 1B District Golf Tournament were two Sunnyside Christian High School golfers.

Lower valley golfers at district tournament

Golfers from the Central Washington Athletic Conference were on the greens at Black Rock Creek Golf Course, taking part in the District 5 tournament.

District tennis tournament under way

Four Greyhounds, no Mustangs stay alive

It will be do or die today for the four Grandview Greyhounds remain in the 2A prep district tennis tournament at East Valley.

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Spartans lose district game, 11-1

Lone run scored by Ariel Howard

Thanks to fielding errors one of the Spartans’ fastpitch players was able to advance to third base and eventually score a run against College Place in the district opener.

Mustangs on the net at district tournament

District 5/6 action continued on the courts at East Valley High School yesterday.

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Family, friends carry on legacy through golf

Tournament honors B.J. Miller’s memory

People from near and far gathered Saturday at Black Rock Creek Golf Course to participate in the 10th annual B.J. Miller Memorial Golf Tournament.

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Grizzlies are Statebound

Sunnyside in loser-out state match tomorrow

With a state berth on the line, the Sunnyside boys soccer team knew Friday’s match with Eisenhower would be hard-fought.

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