16 Lower Yakima Valley girls earn state berths
Five girls from the Lower Yakima Valley secured regional championships Saturday.
Romero claims 120-pound regional title
Just one Sunnyside wrestler won a regional championship Saturday at the tournament, which took place at Curtis High School.
An all or nothing district play-off leaves one area boys basketball team licking its paws as another advances to play for a state berth Saturday.
Mireles to make final state appearance
Three Vikings will compete Friday and Saturday at Mat Classic XXIX.
Elementary school students will be raising funds for the American Heart Association Wednesday.
Boys open district at Warden tonight
The Spartans advance to tomorrow’s district game against River View or La Salle.
Chronis tallies more than 1,300 points so far
Grandview was dealt a heartening 73-78 loss to Toppenish last night.
District basketball action started earlier this week for Sunnyside Christian High School and continues tonight for several Lower Yakima Valley teams.
State appearance second in 10 years
The Sunnyside Cheerleading team won sixth-place in the non-tumbling co-ed division at the state competition.
The Sunnyside Christian, Prosser and Grandview boys basketball teams have secured berths in the district playoffs.
Granger girls win two titles, Grandview has one champion
The Sunnyside girls wrestling team won the sub-regional title with 170 points Saturday at Hanford High School.
Granger wins team title, Zillah takes second place
Granger clinched the 1A South Central Athletic Conference-West team title Saturday even before championship bouts began.
Sunnyside closes season at Eastmont
The Sunnyside Christian and Granger girls basketball teams are headed to the playoffs.
Grandview, Prosser teams compete in Pullman event
In addition to competing in the 100-yard breaststroke at the state swim championships Feb. 17-18, Grandview’s Tavian Valenzuela qualified for the 50-yard freestyle this past weekend.
Four Mabton grapplers to compete at regionals
Three Mabton Vikings earned district titles Saturday and advance to the 2B regional tournament Saturday.
Toppenish won the Central Washington Athletic Conference’s district wrestling title with 369.5 points Saturday.
It’s no easy feat to end the regular season undefeated.
Sunnyside Christian’s girls won and the boys team lost last night’s games against Sherman, Ore.
Mustangs have second loss in two nights
A second off night for Prosser resulted in a 67-46 win for the Greyhounds.
Teams end regular season on Friday
The Greyhounds hosted rival Prosser and lost, 35-45, after a fourth-quarter surge by the Mustangs.
The Spartans weren’t the only Lower Yakima Valley boys team to lose its Tuesday night game.
Last night’s girls rivalry basketball game between the Spartans and Leopards was also a battle to the bitter end.
The Greyhounds girls basketball team lost 30-50 in Friday’s matchup against East Valley (Yakima) and defeated Quincy on Saturday, 62-29.
Sunnyside Christian keeps No. 2 ranking
Three of seven Lower Yakima Valley boys basketball teams won their Friday games.
Maldonado sets scoring mark for Grizzlies
Two local teams suffered heartbreaking losses Friday.
The Grizzlies were challenged at home by Moses Lake, but prevailed last night, 32-23.
The regular season for the Grandview and Prosser swim teams, as well as Selah and East Valley came to an end yesterday.
Christian boys win make-up
The Greyhounds hosted Ephrata and Sunnyside Christian hosted Kiona-Benton in a make-up from the first week of the season last night.
Sunnyside JV second at Mid Valley Classic
The Sunnyside junior-varsity wrestling team came home with second-place honors Saturday from the Mid Valley Classic.
Lower Yakima Valley girls basketball teams continue to prove their unmistakable prowess on the hardwood.
Just three of six boys basketball teams representing the Lower Yakima Valley had a winning weekend.
Pirates lose to Sunnyside Christian
Action begins at 10 a.m. tomorrow
The Sunnyside High School dance team is set to compete in Quincy tomorrow at 10 a.m.
The 4A Grizzlies have two grapplers listed among the Top 3 in their weight classes statewide, while 2A Grandview has one in the Top 10, and Mabton has two among the Top 6 in the B classification. 2A Prosser does not have any wrestlers ranked this week.
No. 1-ranked Granger came out on top at Monday’s wrestling dual against league rival Zillah, 64-4.
Delp scores game high 26 points
The No. 2 ranked Leopards in the state 1A Ratings Percentage Index showed up league-rival Granger last night.
Castro scores 27 of team’s points against Leopards
Amidst the freezing rain and concerns regarding road conditions, the Leopards hosted their South Central Athletic Conference rival — Granger — last night.
Blankenship and Bautista take titles
Sunnyside took third place Saturday in the two-day Othello Girls Invitational wrestling tournament.
Grizzlies grab first league win
Sunnyside, Sunnyside Christian, Prosser, Mabton and Bickleton boys basketball teams all posted wins this weekend.
Area girls basketball teams from Prosser to Granger continue to be among the top teams in the state.
Pullman dominated yesterday’s swim meet against Grandview and Prosser, but each of the Lower Yakima Valley teams had strong individual performances.
Four pins, six decisions and two forfeits propelled Sunnyside to a 58-9 victory over the Panthers last night.
A 45-year veteran of the motorcycle industry has joined the family of the Lower Yakima Valley’s only powersports dealer.
A new seeding system is in place for this year’s state high school basketball tournaments.
The high school bowling team felled 1,707 pins to Eisenhower’s 1,814 yesterday at Valley Lanes.
Fans are ready as the Seattle Seahawks play the Falcons on Saturday.
Lower Yakima Valley girls hoops teams posted a clean sweep Friday night, all knocking off opponents.
After a successful weekend of basketball, the Prosser boys remain in the Top 4 basketball teams of the Central Washington Athletic Conference.
Two Lower Yakima Valley natives are among the Southern Oregon University Raider women competing at the National Wrestling Coaches Association national duals competition yesterday.
The Greyhounds lost last night, falling 46-58 to Toppenish.