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April 29, 2015
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Photo by Tim Curtiss
Jake Hatch runs down Othello's Kyler Villarreal during game one of their double header last Saturday afternoon.

Othello takes two from Prosser

By Tim Curtiss
With playoff seeding on the line, the Prosser Mustangs baseball team dropped two against the visiting Othello Huskies.
In game one Andrew Montemayor out dueled Wyatt Wentz as Othello beat Prosser 3-1, and in the second game, Othello held Prosser to two hits as they took down Prosser 16-1 to get the sweep last Saturday afternoon.
Montemayor limited Prosser to only five hits in the first game with 10 strikeouts, and head coach Steve Schorzman said Montemayor put on one the best pitching performances he has seen.
Prosser takes gold

MacKenzie Smithyman and Lillie McLemore took the Gold Medal for team sorting for Prosser's Washington State Equestrian Team for District 5 at Moses Lake, beating out 35 other teams.
They competed at three meets, the first meet finishing 12th; second meet finishing 3rd and this last meet finishing 2nd, with the overall Gold medal.
They will be completing at the state meet at Moses Lake on May 14 17, representing Prosser and Wahset District 5.
Track takes down Toppenish but falls to Ephrata

By Tim Curtiss
The Prosser boys and girls track team earned victory over the Toppenish Wildcats, but fell to the Ephrata Tigers last Thursday afternoon.
On the boy's side, Skylar Gray took first place in the boys 800 meters with the time of 2 minutes 6.43 seconds. Peyton Sperl took first place in the 1600 meters and 3200 meters.
For the girls, Hana VerMulm took first place in the 800m with a time of 2 minutes 33.46 seconds. Haley Clark took first place in the 200 meters with a time of 1 minutes .2 seconds.
Tennis falls to East Valley

By Tim Curtiss
Both Boys and Girls Tennis team were beat by the visiting East Valley Red Devils last Saturday afternoon.
On the boy's side, East Valley won five matches to get a 5-0 win. For the girl's team, only Kyrsten Wiggins and Johnna Markus won their matches.
The tennis team have a busy week with three matches. On Tuesday travel to Kiona-Benton, on Thursday the Mustangs host Columbia Burbank, and they finish out the week with a road trip to Grandview.
Soccer falls to rival Grandview

By Tim Curtiss
Early in the game, the Prosser Mustangs had a chance to change the direction of the game against the Grandview Greyhounds.
After earning a penalty kick in the third minute, Julio Mojica had the chance to give Prosser the lead, but he missed the spot kick.
A few minutes later, Victor Valencia scored the first goal of his hat-trick to lead the Greyhounds to a 3-1 victory over the Mustangs last Tuesday afternoon at the Prosser Soccer fields.