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April 22
Wildcats, Yaks idled

​Yakima Herald Republic

Softball doubleheaders involving Central Washington and Yakima Valley, scheduled for Saturday, did not take place.

The Wildcats’ GNAC doubleheader at Saint Martin’s was rained out and rescheduled for Monday in Ellensburg. Central and SMU will play a regularly-scheduled twin-bill on the Wildcats’ field Sunday, with the first game starting at 1 p.m.

Sunday will be senior day for Central.

Yakima Valley, initially slated to host Lower Columbia on Saturday for a nonleague doublheader, will instead play two nonleague contests Sunday in Richland.

The Yaks will meet Big Bend at 12:15 p.m. and Blue Mountain at 2:30 p.m.

http://www.yakimaherald.com/sports/college_sports/local-report-stahl-leads-cwu-baseball-to-sweep/article_82d4ba92-27e1-11e7-a424-eb5c14ed76dc.html​​

April 22
Yaks split with Big Bend

​Yakima Herald Repubic

Colin Cinkovich and Kyler Brudwick had three hits apiece and Cole McKenzie scored four runs Saturday as Yakima Valley downed Big Bend 13-6 for a split of an NWAC East Region doubleheader at Parker Faller Field.

The Vikings won the first game 8-7.

The split left the defending NWAC champion Yaks, who are ranked eighth in the most recent coaches poll, third in the region at 10-6 and 24-12 overall. Big Bend is 7-9 and 19-11.

Yakima Valley hammered out 19 hits in the second game, which helped the Yaks overcome five errors which led to four unearned runs.

Cinkovich and Keone McKee drove in three runs each while Parker Depasquale and Josh Schempp added two RBI each.

After Big Bend scored four runs in the top of the eighth inning to close to within 9-6, YVC tallied four of its own in the bottom of the frame.

In the opener, the Vikings scored five times in the eighth and once in the ninth for an 8-4 lead, only to have Yakima Valley score three in the bottom of the ninth.

After one run scored on a bases-loaded walk to Jasean Simon and two more came home on Cole Duchame’s single, Tyler Detloff came to the plate with the tying run at third and the winning run at second, but popped out to second base.

The Yaks will visit Blue Mountain for a region doubleheader on Wednesday.

Game 1

Big Bend 000 020 051 — 8 12 0

Yakima Valley 000 211 003 — 7 13 2

Winkler, Lundin (6), Whitlock (9), Toepke (9) and Ball; Hein, Henke (8), Garcilazo (8) and Kirchoff.

YVC highlights: Keone McKee 3 runs; Colin Cinkovich 2-5, 2b; Parker Depasquale 3-4, 3 RBI; Cole Duchame 3-5, 2 RBI; Kyle Harvey 2-4, RBI.

Game 2

Big Bend 110 000 040 — 6 12 2

Yakima Valley 151 001 14x — 13 19 5

Pesicka, Whitlock (2), Lundin (5), Mohavlich (7), Glowicki (7) and Rosman; Boyd, Foster (6), Depasquale (8) and Schempp.

YVC highlights: Cole McKenzie 2-4, 4 runs, RBI; McKee 2-4, 2b, 3 RBI; Cinkovich 3-5, 2b, 3 RBI; Depasquale 2-6, 2 RBI; Kyler Brudwick 3-6; Josh Schempp 2-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI; Harvey 2-4, 3 runs; Tyler Detloff 3b.

http://www.yakimaherald.com/sports/college_sports/local-report-stahl-leads-cwu-baseball-to-sweep/article_82d4ba92-27e1-11e7-a424-eb5c14ed76dc.html​


April 20
YVC Wines Will Be On Display During Spring Barrel 2017

​Review Independent

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April 20
Flagger class scheduled at Yakima Valley College

​Yakima Herald Republic
by Mark Morey

YAKIMA, Wash. — Those interested in becoming work-zone flaggers may attend a certification class May 19 at Yakima Valley College.

The eight-hour class starts at 8 a.m. at the college's Yakima campus.

It costs $45 and includes a flagger handbook and state test for the certification.

Students must register and pay in advance, and bring a copy of their receipt to the class.

More information is available through YVC's Career Connection Center at 509-574-4979 or cmosebar@yvcc.edu.​

http://www.yakimaherald.com/news/education/flagger-class-scheduled-at-yakima-valley-college/article_716996f2-25f1-11e7-b4e6-377f952029ca.html​

April 19
YVC baseball splits with Walla Walla

​Yakima Herald Republic
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WALLA WALLA — Nathan Harrell and Colin Cinkovich drove in two runs apiece Wednesday as Yakima Valley edged Walla Walla 6-5 in the first game of an NWAC East Region baseball doubleheader.

The Warriors won the second game 10-2.

The split left the Yaks and Walla Walla tied for second place in the region at 9-5, two games behind first place Columbia Basin. YVC, ranked eighth in the most recent NWAC coaches poll, is 23-11 overall while WWCC is 17-11.

In the opener, Cole Duchame’s one-out single in the top of the eighth inning scored Kyle Harvey with what proved to be the winning run. Harvey had doubled.

Parker Depasquale was 3 for 3 for the defending NWAC champion Yaks in the second game, but Selah graduate Clark Streby got the win for Walla Walla by pitching 7 1/3 innings and allowing just two runs.

Streby is 3-2 with a 2.46 ERA.

Yakima Valley continues region play at home Saturday with a doubleheader against Big Bend. The first game is scheduled to start at 1 p.m.

Game 1

Yakima Valley 000 101 310 — 6 10 1

Walla Walla 013 000 010 — 5 8 2

Driver, Foster (4), Garcilazo (9) and Kirchoff; Molnaa, Haughton (7), Wood (8), Batke (9) and Ikuma.

YVC highlights: Cole Duchame RBI; Nathan Harrell 2-5, 2 runs, RBI; Colin Cinkovich 2-5, 2b, 2 RBI; Kyler Brudwick RBI; Kyle Harvey 2b.

Game 2

Yakima Valley 010 001 000 — 2 7 3

Walla Walla 000 053 20x — 10 14 2

Hadley, Harris (5), Kier (7), Giannandrea (8) and Kirchoff, Schempp (8); Streby, Woolery (8) and McCarney.

YVC highlights: Parker Depasquale 3-3, 2b, 2 runs.

http://www.yakimaherald.com/sports/college_sports/local-report-yvc-baseball-splits-with-walla-walla/article_2ca24686-258d-11e7-a511-5bfd14d7da72.html​

April 18
Learn to flag for traffic

​Daily Sun News

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April 18
Yakima Valley College students produce quality wine

​KIMA TV
by Gustavo Olguin

GRANDVIEW, Wash.- Spring Barrel Tasting is a little more than a week away and don't be surprised when you see some Yakima Valley College students there.

YVC's Grandview Campus has had a wine making program for about 10 years and their wines have won more than 60 awards.​

Watch the Story: http://kimatv.com/news/local/yakima-valley-college-students-produce-quality-wine​​

April 18
Moses Lake native Hunter Boyd joins Wenatchee AppleSox

​iFiberOne
by Joe Utter

Hunter Boyd

WENATCHEE – The Wenatchee AppleSox have added Moses Lake native Hunter Boyd to its 2017 roster.

Boyd, the former Moses Lake Chief, is a sophomore at Yakima Valley Community College. The right-handed pitcher has started eight games for the Yaks this season, posting a 3-1 record and a 4.21 ERA. Boyd started seven games for Northwest Athletic Conference champions Yakima Valley last season.

Read More: http://www.ifiberone.com/sports/moses-lake-native-hunter-boyd-joins-wenatchee-applesox/article_9d01292e-23a3-11e7-8a53-fb845b156b71.html​



April 14
YVC Wines Will Be on Display During Spring Barrel 2017

​Yakima Valley Business Times

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April 14
YVC Students Earn Awards at SkillsUSA Winter Competition

​Yakima Valley Business Times

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