Sunnyside Christian team remains undefeated
Making up for a forfeit from St. John Endicott, the Knights defeated visiting Tekoa-Rosalia, which traveled from near the Idaho border north of Pullman.
Friday night’s 33-16 win for the Greyhounds over Ephrata opened with a lot of positives.
Turnovers costly for Vikings
The visiting Mabton Vikings had a tough time getting on the scoreboard Friday against Tri-Cities Prep.
Leopards exploit Spartans miscues
The rivalry game against the No. 7-ranked Leopards didn’t go the way Granger had hoped.
Prosser to face Othello on Friday
The Mustangs were barely challenged by the visiting Wapato Wolves during Friday’s homecoming game.
Sunnyside to compete at District 6 meet
District meet begins Thursday
The Vikings soccer team rang the victory bell last night after defeating Royal, 3-1.
Two Lower Yakima Valley volleyball teams won last night’s matches.
Collas ‘bent’ ball around keeper to win
The Spartans girls soccer team scored another victory last night, a 2-1 win at home over Wahluke.
District 5/6 meet set Oct. 29
The Prosser and Grandview cross country teams completed the regular season yesterday at Mt. Adams Country Club.
With just one soccer match left in the regular season, the Mustangs are looking at a postseason match-up.
The Spartans were one-of-two Lower Yakima Valley teams to win volleyball matches last night.
Borrego has best Sunnyside finish
Granger heads to Zillah on Friday
The high school football team improved to 6-1 with a 38-14 win over Goldendale at home Friday.
Three of the Lower Yakima Valley’s cross country teams competed in different meets Thursday.
Coyotes set pace of game from beginning
Losing to Kittitas by a score of 7-20 wasn’t how the Vikings wanted to end their final home game of the season.
The only Lower Yakima Valley team to remain undefeated is Sunnyside Christian.
A team that has a history of dominating 2A football had its work cut out for it Friday.
The Greyhounds pulled off their second win of the season on the gridiron Friday.
The Chiefs dealt Sunnyside its first loss of the season Friday night. Moses Lake won 28-12.
Benitez clocks best finish
Of the local volleyball teams competing last night, three won their matches.
Know your hunting grounds
Whether you are hunting the backcountry or close to home, it is important to pack the essentials for survival.
The host Spartans prevailed 3-1 last night over Zillah’s soccer team.
Opening day is upon local hunters looking to bag deer and waterfowl.
6.5 Creedmoor ammo popular this season
Having the correct ammunition, rifle, shot gun and supplies on hand is important for every successful hunt.
Although the opposing teams won last night’s dual meet, Sunnyside had top performances from one of its divers.
Three Lower Yakima Valley girls soccer teams were home and two traveled yesterday.
One of four volleyball teams to play last night, the Mustangs were the only local team to prevail against opponents.
Prosser, Grandview and Granger move past opponents
Three area girls soccer teams posted victories Saturday.
Grizzlies nation was out proud and loud Friday night in support of the football team’s homecoming game, filling the stands beyond capacity as they watched a hard-fought victory.
Despite a less-than-stellar first quarter, the Granger football team defeated the Scotties, 40-16, Friday.
Team has best start in seven year history
The Sunnyside Christian Knights are having their best football season yet.
Grandview still looking for league win
Although the coach for the Mustangs believes his offense had a slow start in the first quarter, the home team dominated Friday’s game.
The home team’s early surge contributed to a dominating 50-33 victory on Friday.
Granger runners win SCAC meet in Cowiche
Two local cross country teams competed in a meet hosted by the Mustangs.
Three Lower Yakima Valley volleyball teams are celebrating victories after last night’s matches.
Ruiz hopes to make career of sport
One local boxer has two wins to his name and aspires to claim more.
Prosser wins, others fall
The Mustang girls were the only area soccer team to celebrate a victory on the field last night.
Three teams win; three lose
Three area girls volleyball teams pulled off victories on the court last night as three others lost.
One local harrier was among the Top 5 among 50 runners at Thursday’s meet.
The Vikings pulled out another win Friday night.
Friday’s match-up against the Huskies didn’t go as well as the Greyhounds would have hoped.
Prosser to host rival Grandview on Friday
The Mustangs weren’t as dominant Friday as they were prior to the loss to Ellensburg, but they still got the job done.
Spartans 4-1 on season
The Spartans continue making up for winning just two games last year.
Sunnyside still perfect
The Grizzlies are on a roll with last night’s 12-7 victory over Davis.
Grandview undefeated in league action
Three Lower Yakima Valley soccer teams have something to celebrate after defeating their opponents last night.
One local team won its match last night.