Somehow, some way, the Sunnyside-based Black Rock Creek Golf Course team squandered what looked to be an insurmountable lead in the Lower Valley’s version of the Ryder Cup this past weekend.
Sometimes, a team’s ‘A’ game isn’t needed to get the job done. Such was the case last Friday, when Mabton’s football team – despite committing several blunders - still handily put away the Kittitas Coyotes, 27-0.
With sophomore Dallas Borrego and senior Jeniya Guillen leading the way, Sunnyside edged Chiawana for top honors in the girls team scoring for class 2A, 3A and 4A schools at the Pasco Bulldog Cross-Country Invite last Saturday.
If you’re a Lower Yakima Valley prep football fan, one of those “can’t miss” games pops up on the schedule this coming Friday.
Eric Inions cards tourney low 2-over-par 146
It was a roller coaster type ride for Eric Inions. He was one of several Zillah athletes who excelled this past weekend at Sunnyside’s Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
The Minnesota dentist who shot a rare African lion on an animal reserve in Zimbabwe earlier this month, with a bow and arrow, and then claimed he was led to believe the hunt was legal.
Based on last night’s season opening meet between the visiting Toppenish Tarpons and the host Sharks, the Sunnyside boys 10&U contingent isn’t going to lose a lot of races this summer.
YAKIMA – You can’t commit six errors and muster just two hits at the plate – not playing Big Nine League baseball - and expect to come away with a postseason berth.
WENATCHEE – After completing a three-game sweep of the Eisenhower Cadets last week, Sunnyside’s baseball team took a major step backwards yesterday in getting 10-runned by the Wenatchee Panthers.
Sunnyside, in terms of its high school baseball program, crossed a couple of pretty big thresholds last Friday.