Maddi Utti and the Fresno State University women’s basketball team is back in action.
Building a program and changing the culture. If you do that, the wins will come.
While indoor sports are still a big question for January 2021, golfers can still hit the course in January.
Two days, two national watch list mentions for Seaside’s Maddi Utti.
- Body found on Gearhart beach is identified
- Broadway Middle School is sold
- Seaside man sentenced to prison for domestic violence
- Owner lists former Gearhart elementary school development options
- Seeking a fresh start at the Mill Ponds
- Seaside schools ready for students, but pandemic delays in-class instruction
- Seaside police, fire, Oregon State Police, Gearhart Fire
- Free mask handout Thursday, Jan. 28
- Jacobs Radio purchases second local radio station
- East Hills Reservoir project is complete
Clatsop County’s best girls basketball player ever? She’s still playing.
Two days, two national “watch list” mentions for Seaside’s Maddi Utti.
Anthony Alexander, an instructor at Adamson Bros. Jiu Jitsu Academy in Seaside, is one of 27 martial arts instructors, is a finalist vying for the title of 2020 Greatmats National Grappling Ma…
The Lower Columbia Baseball Club’s fall 16-and-under team picked up two easy wins in a doubleheader against La Salle earlier this fall at La Salle High School in Milwaukie.
The fall season continued for the North Coast Merchants’ 14-and-under softball team last weekend with, of course, more wins and another first place tournament trophy.
The Wildhorse Resort and Birch Creek Golf Course in Pendleton hosted the 2020 Pacific Northwest Senior Oregon Open Invitational earlier this fall.
The light is mesmerizing among the gray-white beach, the white foam on the tips of the waves and the gray-white horizon.
The Seaside 10U Riptide softball team hosted the 2020 “Hobbit Tournament,” Oct. 3 and Oct. 4 at Broadway Field.
The Seaside Riptide’s 12U softball team finished their fall ball season last weekend, splitting four game against three different opponents.
The North Coast Merchants’ 10U softball team closed out their fall season in winning style last week, winning the “It’s All Relative” tournament, held Sept. 26 and Sept. 27 in Seaside.
Different season, same results.
The Sunset Park and Recreation Foundation hosts a golf tournament, silent auction and fundraiser today at 1 p.m. at the Seaside Golf Course.
Clatsop County has a little bit of everything for every cyclist.
Clatsop County's most successful jump rope team, the Tsunami Skippers, are not about to skip this season.
For individual workouts or instruction — at least on a limited basis — the Sunset Pool in Seaside and Bob Chisholm Community Center recently expanded operating hours.
Gearhart Golf Links and the Highlands Golf Course are teaming up to host a “Dual Course Tourney,” Sept. 24. The tournament is hosted by the Seaside Chamber of Commerce and benefits the Seaside…
There was no golf in the spring, but that hasn’t stopped certain Seaside golfers from competing in big tournaments this summer. And doing well in those tournaments.
Seaside Run to Break the Chain 5K came to Seaside on Saturday, Aug. 15, presented by the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District. Proceeds, estimated at $2,500 from this year’s run, go to s…
‘Tis the season for high school all-star series and games.
We’ve all heard the famous baseball movie expression, “If you build it, they will come.”
The summer season came to a close Aug. 2 for the Seaside Kids’ 10U softball team, which took part in the North American Fastpitch Association nationals tournament in Newberg.
The weather was hot, but Seaside’s Carson Kawasoe was hotter on the golf course last week.
The Pacific Techs, a AA American Legion team for the Lower Columbia Baseball Club, ran their season record to 17-1 with another perfect weekend on the diamond earlier this month.
The Lower Columbia Baseball Club hit the road for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, making a four games-in-four days appearance at the Cowboy Classic in Twin Falls, Idaho.
For the fourth time in less than four years, Seaside baseball has a new varsity head coach.
We, Hunt Holsapple and Neil Branson, along with countless others, plus the world of track and field, have lost a friend and legend.
The world of track and field athletics is deeply saddened by the news that Olympian, James Edward “Jim” Grelle, the fourth American to run under four minutes for the mile and a true running pi…
Gearhart’s tennis courts on Pacific Way and North Marion reopened after Clatsop County entered phase two of the state’s reopening plan.
Seaside Kids and the Seaside Downtown Development Association announced the cancellation of this year’s annual charity golf tournament.
While traveling in eastern Africa this past winter, I was contemplating a May and June filled with track and field.
It will be a new-looking Seaside girls basketball team next winter. In addition to moving into a new school, the Lady Gulls will have a new coach on the bench.
Gearhart’s Jim Grelle, a former University of Oregon track star and Olympian who helped lay the foundation for the Ducks’ middle-distance legacy, died on Saturday at age 83.
This summer’s annual Jordan Poyer Football Camp has been officially canceled, Astoria football coach and camp organizer Howard Rub announced.
A pair of former student athletes in Clatsop County were named to the dean’s list at George Fox University for the spring semester.
Seaside senior athlete Luke Nelson is moving on to the next level, after recently signing a letter of intent to play football this fall at Linfield College.
Despite the cancellation of the annual summer basketball all-star series, the Oregon Basketball Coaches Association still made its selections for the all-star boys’ 4A roster, and the list inc…
Add the Oregon Coast Invitational to Clatsop County’s growing list of big events canceled due to the coronavirus.
There is no competition on the field, but two local sports teams scored big academic wins last week, with the release of the Oregon School Activities Association’s spring sports academic awards.
It wasn’t a bright day, but it was a bright event as some of the major players for Seaside’s new indoor batting facility at Broadway Field met for the official groundbreaking ceremony Monday morning.
There is no competition on the field, but some local spring sports teams scored a few big academic wins last week, with the release of the Oregon School Activities Association's spring sports …
The cancellation of the spring sports season was a disappointment to everyone involved in high school athletics.
A groundbreaking ceremony for an indoor training facility at Broadway Park takes place Monday at 9 a.m., Seaside School District head softball coach Jessica Garrigues said this week.
Clatsop County had a pair of first team all-state selections, with the release of the class 4A all-state basketball teams, announced April 7.
Seaside boys golf coach Jim Poetsch is anxious to have a spring sports season this year, for two reasons:
With just two seniors on this year’s varsity roster, the Seaside girls golf program is built for the future.
The Oregon School Activities Association executive board decided not to take any further action regarding the spring sports season, after meeting by online conference call Wednesday morning.
A winter sports season that was cut short for many still had some highlights for local area athletes at the college level.
Batting practice will soon be available year-round for Seaside athletes.