February 28, 2018
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
Spring Sports Preview:

2018 Spring sports kickoff Feb. 26th as all teams begin to practice and prepare for the 2018 season. Prosser Athletics has multiple sports in the spring which include:  boys- Baseball, Golf, Tennis, Track & field, and Soccer. Girls- Golf, Softball, Tennis, track & field.
Let's recap how our spring sports did last year;
Prosser Baseball coached by Steve Schorzman finished with a 5-15 record last year. Prosser will be looking for a bounce-back year as they return some key players from last years squad. Cristian Campos, Benito Bravo, and a handful more of players are returning this season as they hope to compete at a higher level this year. Mustangs baseball kicks off March 10th at the Hanford Jamboree. Their first home match will be a doubleheader against East Valley on the 17th of March.
The Lady Mustangs finished with a 4-15 record last year. Steve Yager will still be calling the shots for Mustangs softball and will have some returners from last years team. Prosser softball is set to start March 9th at the Eisenhower Jamboree followed by a doubleheader at Home against Grandview on the 17th of March.
Boys & Girls Tennis:
Prosser Boys Tennis finished with a 4-10 overall record and the girls went 6-9 last year. Arturo Aguayo and Ruben Morales are back as coaches as they both look to improve from last year. Prosser Boys tennis will look at returners Peter Felicijan and Caleb McMurtrey as they hope to find individual success this year.
Boys & Girls Golf:
Prosser Boys Golf finished last year 7-5 while the girls finished 3-7 overall. Golf has invites in March but does not begin league matches until April. Prosser boys Golf return Daniel Fitzgerald who will be the leader of the Golf team
Track:  Both boys and girls track had yet another successful season under head coach Corey Ingvalson as they both finished towards the top of the CWAC. Prosser track lost a lot of talent from last year's team but will look to replace those who have graduated and been just as successful as the previous year. keep an eye out for Oliver Davis who was a state champ last year as he looks to regain his title once again. Track begins at the Kennewick kickoff on March 15th and will have a home meet on April 12th against Ellensburg and Quincy. The big Prosser invitational is set for April 21st.
By Beverly Beierle

The Prosser High School Boys Swim Team traveled to Federal Way for the State Championship Meet February 16-17, 2018.
 In the 200 Individual Medley, Coleman Wright placed 13th overall with a time of 2:07.03 dropping .98 of a second. He also swam to a 13th place finish in the 500 Freestyle, with a time of 5:04.90 with an impressive drop of 10.10 seconds. In both races, Wright broke his previous PHS records. Wright states, "I felt as though we had a great season. I had a great experience this year and am looking forward to another great season."