Thousands came to Seaside last weekend to participate and enjoy the Seaside Beach Volleyball Tournament.
Clatsop County had two representatives on the Lower Columbia Baseball Club this summer, and both finished among the top hitters and pitchers on the Triple A Legion team.
Visitors drawn to a disc golf course
Along with Seaside Beach Volleyball Head Official John Rich, Greg Clark is the man who makes the call: Is the ball in or out? Did it touch the line? Was it a carry or a hold?
Mike Evans and Bill Kolinske celebrated their victory by earning a big check and claiming title to Seaside's Beach Volleyball's premier men's competition.
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Katie Spieler of the University of Hawaii and Delaney Knudsen of Pepperdine take a victory lap after winning the women's volleyball tournament Saturday afternoon in Seaside.
A weekend series between the Cowlitz Black Bears and the Portland Pickles will have a little added interest for followers of Clatsop County baseball.
Led by a couple of Banks Braves, the West all-star team dominated the East in the annual East-West Shrine football game, held Saturday at Bulldog Stadium in Baker City.
When an event has been around for 38 years, like the annual Seaside Beach Volleyball Tournament, it creates the opportunity for people who participated as children to return and continue the t…
WARRENTON — It was some sort of record Saturday at the Astoria Golf & Country Club, where six first-time champions were crowned in all six divisions of the Oregon Coast Invitational.
Oregon Coast Invitational
Clatsop County's next generation of state championship high school baseball players will be playing for a Regional title this weekend, when the Lower Columbia 12-year-old All-Stars travel to K…
The Seaside Gulls managed to close their summer baseball season on a positive note Saturday, July 13, at Broadway Field.
Seaside’s Sr. American team placed fourth at districts and was chosen for the “Sportsmanship Award” by the umpires, coaches, and tournament directors.
SEASIDE — Warrenton pitcher Austin Little needed just 86 pitches to finish off the Tillamook Cheesemakers, in a first round game of the Seaside wood bat tournament Thursday at Broadway Field.
Seaside’s Jr. National team placed second at districts and now they are moving on to the state tournament.
Warrenton baseball's big spring season was capped last month, with the selection of three Warriors to the Class 3A all-state squad.
EUGENE — Because of the demise of Historic Hayward Field and the raising of a new state-of-the-art track facility at the University of the Oregon, the Prefontaine Classic — stop seven of 14 in…
Seaside Hall of Famer Gene Gilbertson, who coached four state championship teams, and 35 individual state champions, earning him Track and Field Coach of the Year three times for the state. Gi…
Knappa High School graduate Tracie (Nygaard) Brockey is the new girls basketball coach for the Lady Loggers, announced this week.
The Knappa Loggers landed six players on the recently announced Class 2A/1A all-state baseball team.
In its 34th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, the Gatorade Company announced Gretchen Hoekstre of Seaside High School as its 2018-19 Gatorade Oregon girls track and fiel…
WARRENTON — Both teams had six hits, but the home team played solid defense with sound pitching, which helped Warrenton defeat Dane Gouge's Astoria Ford 9-4 Sunday afternoon, to cap another we…
State champion Banks dominated the Cowapa all-league baseball team with nine selections, while second place Astoria landed five on the all-league squad, as voted on by the league's coaches.
The Lower Columbia Youth Soccer Associations's “Camp Kick-A-Lot” officially kicks off July 15 at the Warrenton Soccer Complex on Ridge Road.
The North Coast Merchants are having their usual summer softball success, at every level.
Four local basketball players officially finished their prep careers Friday and Saturday, in the 47th annual OACA (Oregon Athletic Coaches Association) basketball all-star series.
A trio of Seaside seniors capped their final year with the Gulls by being selected to Cowapa League baseball's all-league squad, as voted on by the league's coaches.
Families streamed into Seaside last weekend to celebrate its annual beach soccer tournament.
WARRENTON — Two weeks following a loss in the state championship game of the spring season, the Warrenton baseball program returned to its winning ways over the weekend, going 3-0-1 in a two-d…
Astoria will likely be the team to beat in Cowapa League softball next season, as the Lady Fishermen landed seven players on this year's all-league squad, five of whom will return next year.
The annual Riverside Basketball Camp is scheduled for next week, Monday through Thursday.
The 2019 summer season opens Saturday for local Junior (17-and-under) baseball teams, in a two-day, four-team tournament at Warrenton.
The Seaside Gulls came up short of the playoffs, but Seaside had more than half of its starters on the Cowapa All-League softball team, as voted on by the league's coaches.
If someone were to write a book on Seaside sports for the just-completed school year, a working title might be something like: “Second place is better than no place: The story of the 2018-19 S…
During Seaside High School’s Sports Awards Night, as Athletic Director Aaron Tanabe announced the names of student-athletes who maintained a 4.0 GPA at least one term during the 2018-19 school…
The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District’s celebrates its 50th birthday on Saturday, June 22. The day begins with an opportunity for individuals and families to compete in the second ann…
The Knappa Loggers landed all nine starters, plus one, on this year's Northwest all-league baseball team, as voted on by the league's coaches.
The city of Warrenton does not have a famous “turnaround.” Or a “roundabout.” But athletics at Warrenton High School in the 2018-19 school year could certainly qualify as some sort of reversal…
The Knappa softball team placed five players on this year's Northwest All-league team, as voted on by the league's coaches and announced during the league playoffs.
Seaside graduate Sam Hinton, a senior at Willamette University, tied for 32nd overall in the individual standings of the NCAA Division III men's golf championships at the Keene Trace Golf Club…
Seaside senior Alex Teubner has accepted a walk-on opportunity to play football for the Boise State Broncos.
Over 360 coaches were honored Saturday, May 18, at the 2019 Oregon Athletic Coaches Association awards banquet.
Warrenton's return to the state championship after a 21-year wait came up short.
The road to any championship game usually has some strange twists and turns along the way, with key turning points and adversities to overcome.
Seaside's return to the state playoffs was a short one, as the Henley Hornets defeated the Gulls 12-0 May 22 in a Class 4A baseball first round game in Klamath Falls.
More than 360 coaches were honored May 18 at the 2019 Oregon Athletic Coaches Association (OACA) awards banquet.
A pair of runners with ties to the North Coast recently ended their 2019 collegiate seasons.
Less than a week after ending Seaside's season, the Henley Hornets did the same to the Astoria Fishermen, in a Class 4A baseball semifinal Tuesday in Klamath Falls.
In sports, you can't beat destiny. And the Warrenton Warriors definitely have destiny on their side in 2019.
Seaside’s return to the state playoffs was a short one, as the Henley Hornets defeated the Gulls 12-0 Wednesday in a Class 4A baseball first-round game in Klamath Falls.
GRESHAM — Seaside senior Gretchen Hoekstre knew it was a special throw right away, but she had to wait a few moments to learn just indeed how special.