I took these photos back in early March, when the "fall" sports season got underway around the Valley.
There will be sports at Selah High School this month — practices, at least. Athletic Director Jake Davis said new COVID-19 safety guidelines issued Jan. 5 by state public health officials have made it easier for school officials to understand how to proceed. Additional guidance from the Washington Athletic Activities Association (WIAA) on Jan. 12... Continue Reading →
Fall sports are back at Selah High School — on a limited basis, anyway. The first scheduled events for the football, volleyball, girls soccer and cross country teams aren’t until March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But since Yakima County recently moved into phase two of the state’s Safe Start plan, dozens of Selah High... Continue Reading →
School is back in session and the leaves are beginning to turn. But one thing is conspicuously missing from our lives this fall: high school sports. In most years, the Selah High School football team would be wrapping up its non-conference schedule, preparing for CWAC play to begin. The Vikings’ volleyball and girls soccer teams... Continue Reading →
Vikings have won 18 in a row as they prepare for 2A final four The Selah High girls soccer team finds itself in a familiar position this week as it continues state tournament play at the Class 2A final four. The Vikings have become state playoff mainstays over the past five years, earning a trip... Continue Reading →
It was a memorable day at state for the Selah High cross country teams. Senior Shea Mattson nearly won the boys individual title Nov. 9 at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco, finishing six-tenths of a second behind his rival, Eli Kabasenche of Pullman, with a time of 15:24.20. Sophomore Cooper Quigley took sixth overall... Continue Reading →