TIFFIN, Ohio — After all her world travels and international successes, Cameron Guerin took care of some business a little closer to home on Saturday.
West Valley needed another five sets to complete its sweep of the CWAC's top two teams on Saturday.
Cooper Quigley could have been out of sorts and probably should have been.
Eisenhower's offense carried most of the load in 2019, thanks in large part to a strong senior class.
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Put the events back-to-back like this and there’s a comfortable familiarity to it, a sense of the way things have always been.
SELAH — Down, but not out. It was a sentiment that served West Valley well Thursday night.
COWICHE — Devin Sampson-Craig capped a big night with a 1-yard touchdown plunge in overtime to lift White Swan to a 28-25 overtime victory over Highland in EWAC football Thursday night.
Bryana Barry's 10 kills and Myrisa Randolph's 17 assists powered East Valley to a 3-0 victory at Davis in nonleague volleyball Tuesday night.
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- Results from Friday night's football action
- High School Football Roundup: Sunnyside pulls away late in 48-30 CBBN win over West Valley
- Eisenhower defense stands tall to knock off Davis 12-6 in CBBN football action
- Selah's Cooper Quigley powers away for Sunfair cross country win, Eisenhower sweeps team titles
- Davis edges East Valley 1-0 in nonleague girls soccer matchup
- Guerin, Torres, Zavala all headed to wrestling nationals in March
- Cameron Guerin wins national collegiate title, Tory Torres fifth
- High School Roundup: East Valley volleyball sweeps Davis
- CBBN's arrival completes the Valley's delayed fall season
- High School Roundup: West Valley volleyball rallies to beat Selah in five
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The uncertain nature of the NFL continues into the offseason for the Valley's two players — Los Angeles Rams receiver Cooper Kupp and New York Giants offensive lineman Shane Lemieux.
While collegiate wrestling programs have been on the budget-cutting decline in recent years, the Valley’s rich prep history has produced 35 All-Americans at four- and two-year programs across the country.
Nearly every day in the Eastern Washington wide receivers room, players hear a similar refrain.
At a time when we're waiting and hoping to play any basketball at all, it's notable for the sake of extreme contrast there was a season 30 years ago when Valley teams actually played too much.
High school sports in the Valley took a step closer toward starting a modified fall season on Thursday.