1988: In an address to the Pasco-Kennewick Soroptomists Club, Continental Sports VP of marketing Brent Stebbings said ticket sales for the Tri-City Americans’ debut season had reached 2,810 seats, surpassing sales for more established hockey teams. By comparison, Stebbings said the Portland team had 1,200 season-ticket holders, Seattle 900 and Spokane 600.
1984: Prosser led by a run entering the fifth inning, but winning pitcher Jay Swanson helped his cause with a two-run double, scoring Mike Parent and Nick Chapin, as Kiona-Benton came on strong in the late innings to beat the Mustangs 10-4 in nonleague boys baseball action.
1979: Dan Doyle took medalist honors with a 66 to lead the Kennewick Lions to a 293-303 victory over Hanford in a nonleague golf match at Tri-City Country Club. Todd Nicholson fired a 75 to aid in the Kennewick effort, and Keith Quigley fired a 72 to pace the Falcons.