SELAH — Gabriel Galindo contributed a goal and an assist in the second half to help Davis break away for a 3-1 win over Selah in nonleague boys soccer Thursday night.
Henry Lenaburg had four RBI in the opener and teammate Donald Saltiban matched that in the second game as Yakima Valley cruised to a 13-3, 9-2 sweep over Wenatchee Valley in NWAC East baseball Thursday afternoon at Parker Faller Field.
Central Washington announced Thursday its baseball and softball teams became the latest to cancel games due to COVID-19.
Shawn Abeyta, a 2019 Davis graduate, is scheduled to compete in the Fusion Fight League Tournament on April 24 in Billings, Mont.
LACEY — Central Washington erupted for 30 runs in the opener en route to a Sunday sweep of Saint Martin's in GNAC baseball action.
ELLENSBURG — Central Washington totaled 20 runs and 23 hits in sweeping Humboldt State in GNAC softball action Saturday at Frederick Field.
MOSES LAKE — A furious rally in the final two minutes wasn't quite enough as the Yakima Valley men's basketball team lost its season opener 102-96 at Big Bend.
Nothing will bring back the missed opportunities from the last year, but Yakima Valley College is doing everything it can in the next two months to make up for lost time.
When Yakima Valley College's softball team opens its belated season on April 8, Chuck Bodeen will be starting his 16th and final season for the program.
High school athletic competition returned a month ago and Central Washington University geared up a few days later.
The COVID-19 pandemic couldn’t stop the Yakima Valley College baseball team from giving back to the community.
The NWAC announced Monday that all athletes will not be charged a year of eligibility for the 2020-21 school year, no matter how many games or matches they compete in.
The NWAC announced Thursday that it is pushing much of the fall sports season into the winter and spring quarters because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Central Washington University’s women’s basketball program has announced the rest of its recruiting class to go along with Ellensburg’s Brinley Hagemeier.
Yakima Valley College’s men’s basketball program got a huge infusion of local talent on Tuesday.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Tarryn Hart’s basketball ascension took a big jump up on Tuesday.
Three-time all-CBBN guard Ariel Winslow of West Valley will stay close to home, signing an NWAC letter of intent with the Yakima Valley Community College women’s basketball program.
The coronavirus pandemic will hurt local college athletic departments financially, but just how painful the unprecedented layoff turns out to be remains unknown.
YAKIMA, Wash. Kyle Krustangel is taking a lemons-into-lemonade approach to the coronavirus outbreak that’s ravaging the sports calendar.