Central Valley names former Northwest Nazarene University women’s basketball coach Ryan Bragdon, a CV grad, as girls head coach.
Bryce Erickson resigned as coach of Lake City football earlier this week.
I was told early on that the phoenix, the bird, was a character of mythology and later a character from the Harry Potter novels. ... But six decades and counting later, I am more convinced than ever that the phoenix is alive and well and living in the world.
Gonzaga Prep’s Anton Watson was not among the 12 names revealed on Tuesday to represent the United States at this summer’s FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Men.
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) executive board voted on several changes to take place for next season’s high school sports seasons.
Gonzaga Prep junior Anton Watson was among 18 finalists to make the initial cut at the USA Men’s Under-18 National Team tryout camp.
“If you build it, they will come.” Nearly 30 years ago, Kevin Costner heard a voice in his head telling him to build a baseball field in his Iowa cornfield.
Lewis and Clark junior Jacinta Buckley scored 17 points and helped the Metro all-stars hold off the Region all-stars 87-80 in the 25th annual Jack Blair Memorial Classic.
Area all-league teams for spring sports
It was a special season for girls basketball in the area and even though it’s almost June, it comes to a close today.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline came out Saturday at Wheeler Field and managed to complete one of the toughest task in all of sports when the Warriors defeated Colton 8-4 to remain undefeated on the season while capturing a State 1B baseball title in one fell swoop.
Michael Coumont had come to Yakima seven times with Freeman High School teammates in search of state championships in basketball and baseball. Three times he’d been on the losing end of state title games in basketball.
Don Hilsendeger was getting a little annoyed with all of the tiny things keeping his Lewis and Clark squad from gapping the fractions of seconds needed to best Tahoma.
Tony Pizzillo expressed a little bit of “what if” when reflecting the immediate aftermath of Saturday’s State 3A track and field championships.
Just minutes after winning his fourth state championship event, Charles Johnson was only thinking of doughnuts. Tasty treats are a bit of a vice for the stellar senior sprinter from Cheney and on this day were well deserved.
Sarah Bradshaw tossed a two-hit shutout with eight strikeouts and no walks and the Warriors (24-3) knocked off Quilcene 11-0 in six innings to claim the state 1B championship at Gateway Sports Complex in Yakima.
Ashley Sande put a fitting bow on the end of a stellar sprint career.
Ben Shaw’s fun was spread out at the State 1A, 2B, 1B track and field championships.
Olivia Charbonneau hit a three-run homer and Lakeside (20-7) routed Elma 19-9 in the state 1A championship game at Columbia Playfield in Richland.
Elizabeth Grubb and Katie Keifer of Chewelah took seventh place in state 1B/2B/1A tennis on Saturday at the Yakima Tennis Club. They lost to Coupeville’s Payton Renninger and Payton Aparicio 6-2, 6-3.
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