Coming out of Yakima's Davis High School, Cooper Kupp knew he could make an instant impact at the college level. Considered to be undersized, Kupp was recruited by Eastern Washington, where midway through his senior year the All-American wide out hasn't only succeeded — he's turned heads.
When it comes to small-town football in central Washington — Prosser quickly comes to mind. First-year coach Corey Ingvalson, who won a state title as a receiver for the Mustangs in 1999, and junior quarterback Tanner Bolt talk about the impact the community has on the team and how important the history of Prosser football is to them.
On this week's Prep Insider, sports editor Jerrel Swenning and prep editor Scott Spruill are on location at the Yakima Tennis Club which will host this weekend's Class 1A/2B/1B state tournaments. They also preview Selah's chances at the school's first baseball title along with the other teams participating in state baseball, softball and track and field across the state.
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