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It was the one sentence that athletes and coaches did not want to hear from the Oregon School Activities Association this week, but one which did not bring much of a surprise.

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Three of Seaside’s four wrestlers who qualified for the state meet wrestled a combined 17 matches on the mat, with all three placing in the top six in the state tournament, held Feb. 28-29 at …

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Lady Gulls head to Stayton today to play Stayton at 7 p.m. for a state tournament play-in Game. A win would put them in the Sweet 16.

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Currently on vacation in California, Nike co-founder and current chairman emeritus Phil Knight took time to provide a statement on Dick Miller for The Astorian and the Seaside Signal:

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Cowapa League championship No. 1 of the 2019-20 sports season for Seaside came last week, in the form of a first place finish for the Seaside boys swim team.

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The Warrenton wrestling team made the short trip across the river Feb. 1 and won the team title of the annual “Beach Brawl” tournament, hosted by Ilwaco High School.

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While Astoria has essentially locked up the Cowapa League girls basketball championship, the race for second place could come down to the final night of the league season, two weeks from now.

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The Gulls girls defeated Tillamook 48-23 in a league game. The win at home brings their overall record to 7-9. The Gulls next game is Feb. 4 versus Banks, at Banks. The Gulls honored fallen ba…

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The Gulls boys' basketball squad remained undefeated in league play Friday night with a win over Tillamook 65-47 at home. The Gulls, with a 13-3 record, are ranked seventh in the state. They p…

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Laurie Hudson has been named as the new Seaside High School varsity volleyball coach, announced at a Seaside School District Board of Directors meeting Jan. 21.

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It was a busy five days for local swimmers last week, as Astoria and Seaside begin preparations for the post-season league and district meets.

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Valley Catholic held a slim three-point lead going into the final quarter, then finished strong for a 51-37 win Jan. 24 over Seaside in a Cowapa League girls basketball game at the Gulls’ Nest.