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Mustangs Roll to Victory In Home Opener
Off the Shelf: Library News
"Run Brian Run, Officer on the Run"
What do our police officers do when not in uniform? Some fish, hunt, work on their toys, do various crafts, and all continue to be involved with their families and serve our community, which we are all grateful for.
Well our own Prosserite, Deputy Brian Oehler, has decided to be a weekend speed warrior on the various race tracks here in the Northwest with the Legends Car Race Series.
Prosser Piranhas Swim into the Championship
Prosser - here is a re-cap of the Piranha's activity.
The Othello meet on Tuesday was close, though the Piranhas lost by less than 30 points. Thursday's home meet v. Toppenish was a strong win - but I don't have the exact scores here, they're on the swim computer at home.
We have two programs for kids 6-12 this week, a Soccer Clinic today at 2 pm at Prosser City Park and LEGO Club at 3 p.m. this Friday. They're the perfect activities to fill in the "Explore" and "Create" activities in the Summer Reading Challenge! Turn in your form any time to claim your prize - a book for kids and teens or a bookbag for adults.
The curtain was raised for the 2016 season with a convincing win at Art Fiker Stadium. The Mustangs looked sharp in a 28-7 victory over the Kennewick Lions. This is the first time Prosser has faced Kennewick since the 1953 season.
Mustang Football Is Back in Action
Friday night lights is just around the corner and the Mustangs will be opening up their 2016 season against 3A opponent Kennewick Lions on Sept. 2 at Art Fiker Stadium. After winning the state title in 2015 the Mustangs look to keep the big red machine going in hopes to make another run for the title.
Making Goals While Making History
After an outstanding 2015 season which led to seven league wins, seven all league players, and a state playoff berth, the Mustangs look to have another great year.
The Lady Stangs who are coached by Ricky Ruiz will have a load of returners which can help lead the team to another great season.
The True Meaning of Brotherly Love?
Here in Prosser, we have a unique situation in sports, it is the trifecta of three sets of local brothers competing at the highest level in the Northwest Pro 4 Alliance Race Car Series (www.northwest pro4alliance.com)
Each driver is a winner in his own right and all six drive their Pro 4 race cars with skill and pride, since their race cars are the product of their own handy work and mechanical skills.
The Prosser Piranhas are dedicated to the kids. The young Piranhas learn the basic swimming techniques and learn to be part of a team. Members learn the skills of competitive strokes, body position, and pace clock utilization. Experienced swimmers learn to focus on racing strategies, fitness, and advanced training techniques. Swim championships for the Piranhas will be in July.
The Caber Toss at Scottish Festival
At the Scottish Festival in Prosser the Caber Toss is one of the most popular events. Folks come from far and wide to watch and participate in the event.
Prosser Defeats Grandview
Brandi Groeneveld dribbles down court away from Michelle Ruiz when Prosser defeated Grandview girls 40-35 for the championship of the Grandview Tournament.