A fall without football in the Yakima Valley continues to take its toll on student-athletes, and it's unclear when the sport they love will be allowed to return.
Isaiah Walter knew his goals and dreams for college football wouldn't be easy. That was, in fact, a big part of the attraction.
The Yakima School District this week took another step toward the return of high school sports by approving in-person training outdoors for all activities.
Former Yakima Herald-Republic sports reporter columnist Roger Underwood was a seventh-grader at Tieton Junior High when he joined the thousands that packed Yakima Stadium to watch the 1964 matchup between crosstown rivals Davis and Eisenhower. The game pitted two undefeated teams whose roste…
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LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Rams on Saturday moved to keep a key piece of their offense in the fold, agreeing to terms with receiver Cooper Kupp on a three-year contract extension, the team announced. Terms were not disclosed, but the deal could be worth as much as $48 million, a person wi…
Opening night of the 2013 season produced two upset specials in the CBBN and Yakima delivered both.
The Los Angeles Rams cleared up reports of an ankle injury to Davis High School graduate Cooper Kupp and confirmed the wide receiver should be fine for the team’s season opener against Dallas on Sept. 13.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp didn’t figure to get too much face time on the 15th season of HBO’s “Hard Knocks.”
It’s always been in Cooper Kupp’s nature to help others and try to make a difference.
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Earl Lee III, the CBBN’s player of the year as a junior, has signed an NWAC letter of intent with Whatcom Community College in Bellingham.
Yakima Valley College’s men’s basketball program got a huge infusion of local talent on Tuesday.
Whether it’s the schools’ proximity, how long the teams have been playing, what’s at stake in those matchups or a combination of things, there are several rivalries that stand out in the Valley. Here are several of them, with a flame meter to rank their intensity, with five flames being the …
Davis High graduate Cooper Kupp rewrote the record book at Eastern Washington while wearing number 10 for the Eagles.