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.

The league had a Player of the Year (Hannah McCourt of Banks), a Pitcher of the Year (Astoria's Julia Norris) and a Designated Player of the Year (Tillamook's Miya Stahle).

Rosi Contri of Banks was the lone Coach of the Year.

Senior infielder Brianna Hill and senior outfielder Alyssa Goin were both selected to the first team, as was freshman catcher Erin Owsley.

Junior Emma Brown and sophomore Kandice Flaigg were both selected honorable mention.

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