NACHES HEIGHTS — It was a record-setting day at the 15th annual Apple Ridge Run on Saturday.
Selah 20, Naches Valley 13
PENDLETON, Ore. — Yakima Valley volleyball extended its winning streak to five matches at Blue Mountain Friday night.
After nearly two years without any volleyball in the SunDome, the sport returns en masse on Friday and Saturday.
SELAH — Makenzie Mellick's shootout save decided a key early matchup between two of the CWAC's top girls soccer teams on Thursday.
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SUNNYSIDE — Sophomore Esperanza Haro scored in each half to lead Eisenhower's girls to a 2-0 win over Sunnyside in their CBBN opener on Tuesday.
SELAH — Striking quickly with both goals in the first 11 minutes, West Valley's girls soccer team opened its season with a 2-0 victory over Selah on Saturday afternoon.
Toppenish 28, Pullman 7
If the pandemic doesn't get in the way, the smoke might. And so it goes for the second week of the football season.
Kennedy Webb, Lily Kinloch and Zoey Crimin all reached double-digit kills to lead West Valley to a 3-1 victory over Selah in nonleague volleyball Thursday night at West Valley.
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PENDLETON, Ore. — Yakima Valley held off a late rally to pick up a 5-4 win at Blue Mountain in its league opener Wednesday.
Two athletic senior quarterbacks in the SCAC West will bring high hopes into their fourth seasons as starters.
Last spring’s COVID-shortened season set the stage for what looks to be a compelling two-team race for the SCAC West title.
NOTE: The basketball honor roll is a collection of all-league teams involving high schools in the YHR circulation area. All of these teams were selected by coaches and the formats vary from league to league.