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Coming in with just one goal in their first three games, St. Helens erupted for three goals in a 3-1 victory over Seaside in a nonleague girls soccer contest Sept. 14 at St. Helens.

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Oceanna “Oshi” Ward, a sophomore at Seaside High School and varsity volleyball player, won the Oregon Barrel Racing Association Rookie of the Year and Open Champion titles with her horse “Flas…

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Seaside dominated the second half and nearly scored a late, game-tying goal Tuesday night at Newport, but the Cubs escaped with a 2-1 win over the Gulls in a season-opening boys soccer game.

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Ashley Sisley and the Astoria High School girls soccer team hope to return to winning form this fall.

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Zander Moha, a member of the Warrenton High School cross-country team, had the fastest time in completing the fourth annual Seaside Run to Break the Chain 5K, with a time of 19 minutes and 39 …

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The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District partners with Seaside High School track coach Jeff Kilday to host a track meet for children ages 3-13 on Wednesday, Sept. 1, from 5 to 7 p.m. at …

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A new scoreboard has been installed in the north gym at the Sunset Recreation Center. The Sunset Park and Recreation Foundation partnered with the Pacific Basketball League to graciously spons…

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The Oregon School Activities Association has completed all seasons for the 2020-21 school year. Now it’s time for another one — awards season.

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Astoria graduate Conor Harber, in his second season with the Acereros de Monclova of the Mexican League.

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Warrenton’s Jake Morrow, in a recent game with the Willamette Wild Bills.

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Astoria’s Michael Postlewait is finding success in competitive bass fishing at the collegiate level, as he and angling partner Andrew Rickman finished second in the recent Carhartt Bassmaster …

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It was “Championship Weekend” for Oregon high school sports, which brought the COVID-shortened sports seasons to a close with culminating tournaments around the state Friday and Saturday.

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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's state-qualifying 200-yard medley relay team of (from left to right) Grace Peeler, Tori Smith, Brooke O'Connor and Hannah Daniels.

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Despite three losses in league play, the Astoria girls basketball team showed that they’re still one of the best 4A teams in the state Thursday night, with a 43-27 win at Seaside to close out …

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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…