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February 14, 2018
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613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Mustang Basketball Comes Up Short in Overtime



 




By Beverly Beierle
A small, but powerful Prosser Boys Swim Team placed 4th out of 14 teams in the District 5, 6, 7 Championship meet at Gibb Pool in Pullman on February 2-3.
Coleman Wright, earned a trip to the State championship meet in the 200 Individual Medley with a 1st place finish and a State Qualifying time of 2:07.69. Wright's time broke another Prosser record set in 2009 (2:10.25).  Wright also placed 4th in the 500 Freestyle with a time of 5:15.00 breaking his previous record of 5:15.98



By Cesar Solis
Prosser Senior Dawson Frakes officially signed to Eastern Oregon University last week.
Frakes wrapped up his Football career at PHS this last fall, his senior year was a successful year as he finished with 1st team all-league mentions.
After repeatedly punishing the offensive line of the opposing team, Dawson will now seek the same success at EOU.
On February 7th, countless Mustangs players and all of the Mustang Coaching Staff gathered together in the PHS library to witness Dawson's signing.
Dawson Frakes Signs to EOU


Coach Hurtado Named CWAC Wrestling Coach of the Year


Prosser Wrestling has had one of the best seasons in the past years. After compiling a 3-24 record over the past three seasons which includes a 0-9 season last year, the Mustangs bounced back and finished 5-4 in the CWAC.
Coach Johnny Hurtado has done a tremendous job turning the wrestling program around. Not only did Prosser reach 5-wins this season but Some wrestlers are still finishing strong. Four Prosser Wrestlers places in the top 6th at regionals this year with Matt Hudak finishing in 6th and Andrew Showman placing in 5th. Coach Hurtado season isn't over yet as he has two wrestlers heading to the state tournament this year. Both Logan Candanoza and Jacob Torres finished in 2nd at regionals which were good enough to earn them a spot at state.