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January 17, 2018
The Grandview boys wrestling team hosted the two-time state championship team, Toppenish Wildcats on Tuesday Jan. 9th.
The Hounds put up a tough battle and found themselves victorious in a couple matches, but ultimately, they fell to the defending champs in the dual 13-60.
Payton Parrish was a standout athlete for Grandview High School all four years and she took her skill to the next level at Eastern Oregon University. Now Parrish is in her final season at EOU and just reached a new milestone in her basketball career. Payton scored her 1000th point on January 5th in a game against Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash. She went on to score 9 points that game, aiding her team to its ninth-straight victory, defeating Evergreen 94-68.
Friday January 12th, Grandview hosted the Selah Vikings for some CWAC hardwood action. The Lady Hounds couldn't escape a cold shooting start to the game.  The ladies had too many turnovers and the Lady Vikings took advantage of those turnovers. 
The Grandview boys' basketball team hosted the undefeated Selah Vikings on Friday January 12th. Odds definitely weren't in the Greyhounds favor, but they tried to put up a fight. The Vikings came out ready to prove why they haven't lost a game yet this season.