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The Astoria and Seaside boys basketball teams played either the last game of the winter sports season, or the first game of summer league Thursday night at Seaside, where the Gulls posted a 59…

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Astoria had hopes of an upset early on, but a 26-1 run by Seaside midway through the second half ended all Fishermen hopes, helping the visiting Gulls to an eventual 53-38 Clatsop Clash boys b…

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Valley Catholic senior Josie Napoli scored 28 points but the Valiants needed help off the bench to hold off a big second half rally by Seaside in a Cowapa League girls game on the Gulls’ home floor.

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Valley Catholic senior Josie Napoli scored 28 points but the Valiants needed help off the bench to hold off a big second half rally by Seaside in a Cowapa League girls game on the Gulls’ home floor.

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The Fish and the Gulls were in the pool at the same time recently, competing in a dual meet at the Astoria Aquatic Center, where Alyson O’Connor was making her home debut as the new Astoria coach.

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Seaside is set to host the “Championship 4A” high school basketball showcase tournament for teams not making the state's top eight. The season-ending tournament will take place June 24 through…

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Baskets by Seaside's Tatum LaPlante and Tristyn McFadden had the Gulls leading 14-6 early in Thursday night's game with visiting Banks but the Lady Braves dominated the second half for a 42-24…

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Playing for second place in the Cowapa League, the Seaside and Astoria baseball teams pounded out lots of hits and runs in a regular season finale Saturday at Tapiola Park.

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In March 2020, Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Executive Director Skyler Archibald and Chris Corder, owner of Coastal Recreation, received city approval for the facility for youth a…

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The six members of Team Whisper, middle schoolers from Vancouver Washington, proved fastest at the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District’s 100K Relay on the Prom, finishing the relay in s…

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Despite an 18-4 loss at Banks, the Seaside softball team closed out one of its most successful seasons ever, as the Lady Gulls finished 9-5 overall, 8-4 in league.

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Seaside opened the scoring with two runs in the top of the first, but it was all Banks after that, as the Braves had four runs in the bottom of the first and scored in every inning after that,…

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After a 30-minute pre-game ceremony, it only took the Banks Braves about 12 minutes to score six runs in the top of the second inning Thursday, all they would need for a 10-3 win over Seaside …

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The team of Randy Frank and Kurt Amend won the 3.5 division in the “Dinco De Mayo” pickleball tournament in Long Beach, Washington, winning all 10 of their sets.

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SALEM — Valerie Mannix, of Seaside, who attends Clatsop Community College, has been announced as one of 45 community college students selected to this school year’s All-Oregon Academic Team by…

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Seaside Riptide 10U team defeated the North Coast Merchants 5-4 to win the NAFA B/C “May the Fourth Be with You” softball tournament on May 1-2 at Sons of Norway Field on Sunday, May 2.

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Warrenton's Dylon Atwood tossed a two-hitter Thursday afternoon at Willamina, in a five-inning, 22-2 win over the Bulldogs in a Coastal Range League baseball game.

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The Seaside boys golf team used four season-low scores and Curtis Kunde’s third straight medalist honor to finish in second place at the Seaside Invitational, in April at the Astoria Golf &…

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In Cowapa League baseball action Monday, Seaside warmed up for a showdown with Banks with a 9-5 win at Tillamook.

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Seaside improved to 2-0 with a 10-7 victory over Valley Catholic in Cowapa League softball action Thursday at Broadway Field.

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Clatsop Clash week opened Wednesday night at Broadway Field, where the Astoria girls soccer team posted a 4-1 win over Seaside in the final regular season game of the shortened season for both teams.

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After having Tuesday’s game with Astoria canceled, the Seaside boys soccer team brought in Yamhill-Carlton for a nonleague match, and pounded the Tigers 7-1 at Broadway Field.