Greyhounds want to return to state meet
Since its first season — 2012-13 — the Greyhounds boys swim team has made an appearance at the state swim meet.
Sage Rat Run participants raising funds
More than a dozen people were at Miller Park on Friday in a show of support for retired Grandview Police officer and Sage Rat Run organizer Mike Akins.
Titans win semifinal, 42-40
Not a head is hung following Saturday’s 1B state semifinal football game.
Residents on west side of town experience power interruptions Thanksgiving day
Team debuts at jamboree Monday
A new season of basketball begins Monday for the Greyhounds.
Valle, Borrego recipients of electricians award
Grizzlies participating in athletics give their time and effort to represent the school each season.
A forgotten tradition has been revived thanks to the efforts of one high school student and an advisor.
It’s been a few years since the Mustangs have had so much time to prepare for the basketball season.
The high school bowling team competed twice this week.
With the season’s first match little more than a week away, the Spartans have set their sights on another 1A state appearance.
Kerry Griffin looks to reload
A familiar face is at the helm of Vikings boys basketball program this year.
The South Central Athletic Conference has released the names of athletes who have earned all-league selections in cross country, girls soccer and volleyball.
Sunnyside growth 35 years in the making
For the first time in 35 years, the Grizzlies competed in the state playoffs.
One practice, one game, one day and it will all come together.
Sunnyside Christian defeated Cusick, 62-6, earning its place among the Top 8 1B football teams in the state.
The Sunnyside Grizzlies’ John Lobbestael has been named Big 9 Football Coach of the Year.
The Vikings football team’s season concluded Saturday ended with a 13-30 loss to Pe Ell/Willapa Valley on Saturday.
Six area girls competed in the state 2A swim meet over the weekend.
Spartans finish third in state 1A volleyball
The Granger Spartans took third place Saturday night in the state 1A volleyball tournament in the Yakima Valley SunDome.
Sunnyside Christian earned fifth-place honors at the 1B state volleyball tournament Saturday.
Spartans, Knights seek trophies
The 1B, 2B and 1A state qualifying teams are competing this weekend for coveted state trophies at the Yakima Valley SunDome.
Winner advances to state playoff
Clem Senn Field is the place to be for football fans, as the Sunnyside Christian Knights take on the Cusick Panthers in a crossover playoff game.
Local signs with four-year school
Since the age of 5, one local basketball player has been tearing up the courts.
Vikings play Pe Ell/Willapa Valley on Friday
Mabton upended Oroville in Saturday’s play-in game to earn a spot in state 2B football playoffs.
Spartans eliminated from playoffs
Granger lost Friday’s playoff game to the state-ranked No. 3 Eagles Friday, 56-0.
Knights compete Friday at 11:30 a.m.
The Sunnyside Christian volleyball team returns to the 1B state volleyball tournament at the Yakima Valley SunDome on Friday.
Grizzlies to play Richland
Sunnyside wrapped up the regular season with a 20-6 victory over Eastmont on Friday.
Granger to play Cascade Christian
The Granger volleyball team surprised naysayers Saturday at district by defeating Zillah, 3-1, after previously knocking off top-ranked Kiona-Benton.
Use-of-force investigative unit proposed
Police Chief Kal Fuller will address the City Council during its 6 p.m. study session tomorrow about a plan to create a new investigative unit.
Othello, Prosser earn 2A state playoff berths
The Mustangs avenged a loss Saturday, defeating Selah, 7-0, and advancing to the state playoffs.
Grandview finishes season No. 7 in league
Grandview lost its final game of the season, 0-33, to the Jackrabbits last night.
Sunnyside Christian still undefeated
The Knights football team came back from a 20-point deficit to upend 44-40 Garfield-Palouse last night.
Sunnyside team prepares with new bowlers
There’s just one Lower Yakima Valley school with a bowling team, and the coach for the Grizzlies hopes to have at least one player return to state this year.
Mustang, three Greyhounds to compete
Four Lower Yakima Valley runners will compete Saturday in the state cross country meet in Pasco after placing in the Central Washington Athletic Conference district/regional league meet.
Postseason hopes still alive for Prosser
A postseason appearance for Prosser is still up for grabs after a 27-14 win over the Huskies.
Sunnyside teams rack up big wins Friday
It’s been 35 years since the Grizzlies have reached the state football playoffs. And Sunnyside Christian has never made it to the football postseason.
Mabton defeats Lyle, 48-20, makes playoffs
Despite Friday’s 6-42 loss to Naches Valley, the Spartans will travel to Connell on Friday to compete in the first round of 1A playoffs.
Two Lower Yakima Valley cross country runners are headed back to state.
Several Sunnyside swimmers are competing in tomorrow’s district finals.
Grizzlies recognize senior players
Sunnyside Christian’s girls volleyball team won its last regular season match last night in three sets over Tri-Cities Prep.
Three Lower Yakima Valley swim teams begin preliminaries at the District 5, 6, 7 swim championships at Washington State University.
The experience of being selected to compete in a national football game is the dream of a local 11-year-old.
The press box at Clem Senn Field will have a new name during tomorrow’s Grizzlies football game.
Grandview and Mabton seasons end
Three area girls volleyball teams won their games last night as the fall season nears an end.
Sunnyside, Mabton not done, yet
There are three soccer teams in the Lower Yakima Valley that have yet to compete in the postseason.
Mollee Weddle youngest in Women’s Pro
An unassuming local girl who isn’t a big talker received two of the top North American Hillclimbers Association trophies in the western U.S. last night.
The Papermakers, ranked No. 1 in the state, defeated Sunnyside, 37-12, in Friday’s non-league game.
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.