Halfway through the regular season, Prosser football is right where it wants to be — unbeaten in the CWAC, ranked eighth in the Class 2A state poll with its lone loss to CBBN-leading Sunnyside in the season opener.
West Valley's girls soccer team is in the middle of a full week of practice with a league bye on Tuesday ahead of its next match at home on Saturday.
The biggest challenge currently facing high school athletics — COVID-19 — is about to complicate the other major issue that is weighing heavy on prep sports.
After nearly two years without any volleyball in the SunDome, the sport returns en masse on Friday and Saturday.
CBBN South all-league football team
CWAC all-league football team
YAKIMA, Wash. — Score points, win games.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Saul Quinones sure has a knack for clutch finishes and thrilling a home crowd.
Jeff Weeks imagined his first season coaching West Valley's girls would be a lengthy process that would break down into stages. He did not imagine, however, that the first stage would be an 0-5 start.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Each time I cover Sunnyside wrestling, and with his elite program that means a lot, I always enjoy visiting with George Paulus. He’s one of my all-time favorites — direct, unfiltered and an honest critic.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Meetings were held, options were considered and administrations weighed in. But in the end, the Columbia Basin Big Nine has decided to remain a Class 4A conference.
Everything was in place for Levi Rivera’s big night. A nice home crowd, a commemorative ball signed by his teammates and a dominant start to get things rolling.
ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Behind one of its best defensive efforts of the season and a balanced offense, Central Washington had little trouble rolling to an 84-50 victory over Alaska Anchorage in a GNAC men’s basketball game Thursday night at Nicholson Pavilion.
YAKIMA, Wash. — You won’t see an abundance of West Valley boys in today’s first set of Valley scoring leaders. Two, in fact, including one who barely makes it into double figures.
CBBN all-league football, volleyball and girls soccer:
YAKIMA, Wash. —We’ve had a fair number of individual state champions in cross country over the years, but there’s no denying the Valley has experienced a bit of a dry spell in that regard lately.
YAKIMA, Wash. — With its playable roster down to 25, Wapato football has endured some lean times this fall. Low numbers have a huge impact on Friday nights, especially at the 2A level, and fifth-year coach Skip Gurtler continues to confront that reality the best he can.