In sports briefs from Thursday, the French Open schedule is pushed back a week due to the coronavirus pandemic, and Paul George's 33 points lead the Clippers past the Suns in a matchup of two of the Western Conference's top teams.
The Hawks boys tennis team edged visiting La Salle, 3-2, on Tuesday, April 20, while the Lightning girls handed College Place's girls a 3-1 defeat.
College Place High School's baseball started Tuesday with an 11-4 victory at Connell, its fourth-straight win, but then saw the streak end with a 12-2 loss in the second game.
College Place High School's softball team won a doubleheader Monday in Connell, taking the opener 19-1 before winning the second game 18-7.
The College Place High School softball team belted Kiona-Benton, 12-2 to start the doubleheader and 16-0 in the second game, Saturday at home.
College Place's boys soccer team shook off a slow start and erupted for four second-half goals Friday afternoon in a 4-3 victory at Mabton.
College Place High School's baseball team made short work of Kiona-Benton with 12-1 and 13-1 wins shortened by the mercy rule here Saturday.
Both the College Place High School boys and girls tennis teams were upended here Friday by visiting Toppenish.
Sumi Leavell and Tiana Tran each won a singles match for the College Place High School girs tennis team here Wednesday, but Naches Valley swept doubles to hand the Hawks a 3-2 loss.
College Place High School's baseball team bounced back from its first loss of the season Tuesday at home to split the doubleheader with Toppenish.
College Place High School's softball team won both ends of a doubleheader Tuesday at home, crushing Toppenish 15-0 and 20-5.
College Place High School's tennis team won its Monday girls meet 4-1 at home, while Kiona-Benton bested boys action 4-1.
Connell's Eagles scored five first-half goals for a 5-1 halftime lead, and tacked on eight more in the second half for a 13-1 boys soccer victory over College Place here on Monday, April 12.
Naches Valley swept a South Central Athletic Conference softball doubleheader from College Place on Saturday.
College Place High School's undefeated baseball team carved out a pair of 11-run, mercy-rule victories Saturday at rival Naches Valley.
The College Place High School boys soccer team saw its three-game winning streak come to an end Friday at home.
Alex Smith broke a College Place High School record in the boys discus, and the girls defeated both Wapato and Toppenish in dual scoring Thursday at Connell.
Alex Alvarado netted five goals for College Place High School's boys soccer team Wednesday in Yakima, and the Hawks also had Jose Martinez and Joel Ochoa each scoring a pair as they picked up their third straight win.
College Place High School's baseball team saw Colton Hamada and Carter Schreindl combine to pitch a no-hitter, and Jacob Courtney homer, triple and double with five runs batted for a doubleheader sweep Tuesday at home.
Joel Ochoa, Alex Alvarado and Jose Martinez each finished the day with a couple of goals for the Hawks, while teammate Noel Barajas had one of his own Monday in College Place.
Connell High School won both the boys and girls tennis meets Monday in College Place, edging the shorthanded Hawks twice in 3-2 decisions.
The Hawks took the first high school game, 18-1, and then completed the sweep with a 16-3 win Saturday.
Ezequial Lara scores with four minutes left to give College Place High School's boys soccer team a 1-0 win Friday at Zillah.
TOPPENISH, Wash — College Place boys edged Toppenish, 3-2, in their high school tennis meet here Wednesday, March 31, while the Toppenish girls topped College Place by the same margin.
College Place High School's boys soccer team ran into a tough goalie Wednesday.
College Place opens its high school softball season Tuesday with 16-2 and 17-2 wins over Wapato.
College Place's baseball team opened it season with a twin bill rout of visiting Wapato on Tuesday, March 30. The Hawks made quick work of the Wolves in the opener, 27-0, and followed with a 13-0 victory.
College Place High School's boys soccer team lost its season opener, 9-1, Monday at Toppenish.
COLLEGE PLACE — College Place High School’s boys and girls tennis team split their meeting with Naches Valley here Monday, March 29.
College Place wrapped up its football season with a 20-12 victory over Wapato on Saturday.
College Place's boys cross country team came in second behind host Connell at the South Central Athletic Conference (SCAC) district meet here on Thursday, March 18.
College Place will host Connell on Saturday for the South Central Athletic Conference championship.
The Hawks sent their seniors out with their final South Central Athletic Conference football game on Tuesday nigh, March 17, with a 30-0 shutout of Kiona-Benton.
College Place's prep volleyball team clinched the top seed to districts with a victory in straight sets (25-6, 25-14, 25-7) Wednesday at Wapato.
BURBANK — College Place dominated its high school girls soccer match here Monday, crushing Burbank in a 7-0 victory.
TOPPENISH, Wash. — College Place routed Toppenish in straight sets (25-16, 25-13, 15-18) in prep volleyball actions here Wednesday.
COLLEGE PLACE — College Place saw its four-game winning streak in prep volleyball action come to an end here Monday in decided fashion as Naches Valley took their match in straight sets (25-18, 25-21, 25-20).