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.
Returning to Horn Rapids Gold Course this past Wednesday for the 1B District Golf Tournament were two Sunnyside Christian High School golfers.
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.
The season ended yesterday for four Grandview Greyhounds competing in the District 5 tournament.
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.
Golfers from the Central Washington Athletic Conference were on the greens at Black Rock Creek Golf Course, taking part in the District 5 tournament.
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.
District 5/6 action continued on the courts at East Valley High School yesterday.
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.
McKinney holds 12th place
Two Sunnyside Christian golfers advance to Wednesday’s district golf match.
The Sunnyside Christian fastpitch team hasn’t lost hope as it must face one more opponent to secure a spot in the state 1B tournament.
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.
Molina, Cumpston lead Spartans at sub-district
Teams in the Big 9 conference competed in the Inter-City Championships at Zaepfel Field yesterday.
Officials are still confirming results from the Northwest Nitro Pro Hillclimb competition at Dry Creek Recreation Area.
Grizzlies play Friday for for state berth
The Sunnyside High School boys soccer team may not have won the district title, but they are competing for a state berth after winning Tuesday’s match, 2-1, against Davis and Friday’s game against Moses Lake, 4-1.
Despite losing out on the District Championship Tuesday, the Greyhounds soccer team will compete in the state tournament next week.
Racers find thrills and spills at Dry Creek
The weekend of adrenaline-fueled racing action is over at Dry Creek Recreation Area.
The Grizzlies tennis teams hosted Davis yesterday.
Fastpitch teams on new diamonds today
After months of waiting the Sunnyside High School fastpitch team is on its new fields.
Riders ready for three-day event near Sunnyside
The teams are ready and revved up for the start of what promises to be an exciting weekend.
Ten local youngsters have joined a sport that challenges them to develop leadership, confidence, physical well-being and stewardship.
Amateur and professional hillclimbers are arriving today to take part in three days of action at the Northwest Nitro Nationals Pro Hillclimb.
Sunnyside star follows sister’s lead
Twice a state track and field competitor, eying this year’s state meet, a Sunnyside High School senior has committed herself to her sister’s alma mater.
The Mustangs and other Lower Yakima Valley fastpitch teams are struggling this season.
Sunnyside waits for final standings
The Vikings secured a district playoff berth against Wahluke last night.
The Sunnyside High School fastpitch team won its second game of the season yesterday.
The Grandview boys and girls tennis teams competed against the Huskies yesterday.
Three area teams in postseason
With the season nearing its end, Lower Yakima Valley soccer teams are eying the postseason.
Of the 15 teams competing Friday at the track and field meet, three were from the Lower Yakima Valley.
Granger hosts Zillah today
The Spartans defeated Wahluke Friday, 17-7.
It was a day on the links for host Prosser and two other Central Washington Athletic Conference girls golf teams — Ephrata and Ellensburg.
Linde earns first in two hurdles, relay races
The Grizzlies hosted Eastmont, Davis and West Valley (Yakima) on their new track yesterday.
The Sunnyside School District Board last night approved two new coaches to Sunnyside High School athletic department.
Sunnyside second in Big 9 league
With a new 8-2 Big 9 record, 10-2-2 overall, and just two more league matches left in the season, the Grizzlies are looking to the postseason.
One of four seniors on this past season’s sixth-place Sunnyside High School girls state basketball team is planning to play at the collegiate level.
The Goldendale Timberwolves defeated Granger twice and Sunnyside Christian split its two games against the Zillah JV last night.
Greyhounds girls get third win of season
The Spartans boys tennis team upended Zillah, 3-2, but the girls team lost to the Leopards, 2-3.
The Vikings boys soccer team secured a 3-1 win at home against La Salle yesterday.
The Greyhounds track and field teams hosted Ephrata and East Valley (Yakima) yesterday.
A bull riding and bull fighting clinic is being staged at a local arena May 5-6.
Girls lose 2-3 to Bulldogs
The Greyhounds boys tennis team won its second straight match, 4-1, against Ellensburg yesterday.
The 1B Sunnyside Christian fastpitch team lost both its games to the 1A Zillah Leopards Tuesday.
The Grandview Greyhounds girls golf team hosted Selah, Toppenish and Ellensburg at Black Rock Golf Course yesterday.
Granger team reduced to 8 due to red cards
The Mustangs lost, 1-2, visiting Ephrata yesterday.
The West Valley Rams fastpitch team has a history of strength.
Three Mabton Little Vikings claimed so-called “state” championship honors at the Jason Crawford Memorial Tournament on April 8.
The Mabton Vikings soccer team defeated the Leopards, 5-4, in a tightly contested Friday match, while Granger’s team lost, 0-4, to Highland on the Spartans home pitch.
Five Mustang boys, two girls win events
Four Central Washington Athletic Conference track and field teams competed at Art Fiker Stadium yesterday — the Mustangs, Grandview, Selah and Ellensburg.
Greyhounds girls win first match of season
Grandview’s boys tennis team defeated the Wildcats, 4-1, improving its record to 1-1 in conference action, 4-2 overall.
Quincy defeated the Mustangs soccer team, 1-0, Tuesday.