After Selah's 4-3 comeback win over Ellensburg in the CWAC district baseball final last week at Yakima County Stadium, it sure would be nice to have the chance to see that game again back on the same field next week.
ELLENSBURG SOCCER AT TOPPENISH
Some things are highly unpredictable, like coming-of-age teams and big upsets.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- Having put up 30 or more points in four previous games this season, Earl Lee III naturally thought it would be fun to hit 40 some day.
YAKIMA, Wash. - All but one of Tuesday’s 18 high school basketball games in the area were postponed to Wednesday, including the Davis-Eisenhower CBBN doubleheader.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- CBBN wrestling has been bracing for this good-news, bad-news postseason for a long time and now we’re finally here.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- When John Sowers’ aspirations for repeating as a state champion were at the crucial foundation-building stage of his final season, the Davis senior had to sit.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- Two years after changes in the time schedule and format proved unpopular, a new look that was scraped after one try, Mat Classic could again undergo a makeover next month.
La Salle’s state championship team had five Class 1A selections and Felix Hernandez was named coach of the year on the WSSCA All-State girls soccer teams announced on Wednesday.
MVP: Caelen Massey, sr., Eastmont.
Offensive MVP: Josh Benthem, sr., Ephrata.
Offensive co-MVPs: Jake Weber, sr., Selah; Kord Tuttle, sr., Prosser.
Player of the year: Kamryn Fiscus, sr., La Salle.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- Intent on entering Washington State University’s construction management program next fall, Colby Kitt is now thinking of broadening his collegiate agenda.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- In a season that started with a victory tempered by devastating injuries, Davis’ football team has found no mercy.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- It may be Week 7 on the football calendar but Friday’s slate looks a lot like championship week.
A picture may often be worth a thousand words, but sometimes a little explanation helps unlock what you’re really seeing.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- When Hermiston got the green light to leave Oregon and become a full member of the WIAA this fall, a cluster of Class B schools in Washington basically adopted the WNBA’s startup slogan of ‘We Got Next.’
16th annual SunDome Volleyball Festival fields. Matches start at 8 a.m. both days.