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July 1, 2015
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Photo by Tim Curtiss
Amanda Peterson swimming with the U10 groups at the Prosser pool.

Piranhas swim well but fall to Sunnyside

By Tim Curtiss
The Prosser Piranhas boys swim team outscored the Sunnyside swim team, but fell to Sunnyside 492.5-327.5.
For the boys, team Bryson Ashton won all of his indidvual events in the boys eight under group.
On the girls side, Autumn Blount, Ali Cox, and Kaylee Perkins all won races.
Prosser has two meets this week as they face Naches at home on Tuesday June 30, and travel to July 2 to Othello.
Sunnyside Rotary Swim Team 492.5- Prosser Piranhas 327.5
Scores - Women
Sunnyside Rotary Swim Team 303.5-Prosser Piranhas 112.5
Renowned rodeo champions

Metro - The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association has produced its fair share of memorable performers over the years. One of the more prestigious honors a rodeo rider can earn is the PRCA All-Around Cowboy Champion, which is given to the rodeo competitors who are most successful in two or more events. The following are a handful of rodeo competitors to win multiple All-Around PRCA All-Around championships.
Trevor Brazile: The record holder for most all-around titles, Brazile eclipsed former record holder Ty Murray in 2010 when he won his eighth all-around championship. The 2014 season marked the ninth straight year the Texas-born Brazile was named the PRCA All-Around Cowboy Champion.
The Founders Day Award

Photo by Melanie Estey
Despite the record heat, the Prosser Court and float were warmly-received in the lovely city of Cashmere, where they won The Founder's Day Award. Pictured L-R: Princess Stephanie Castilleja, Miss Prosser Lauren Estey, and Princess Laura Barrera.