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Published on October 8, 2018 11:46AM

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Seaside third/fourth grader Dylan Ballard tries to break free of a tackle by a Tillamook defender.

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Seaside third/fourth grader Dylan Ballard tries to break free of a tackle by a Tillamook defender.

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Seaside’s Hayden Halsen hits the edge and turns it upfield.

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Seaside’s Hayden Halsen hits the edge and turns it upfield.

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Players great each other following a game between the Tillamook and Seaside third/fourth graders. There can be a noticeable size difference in some players at the youth level.

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Players great each other following a game between the Tillamook and Seaside third/fourth graders. There can be a noticeable size difference in some players at the youth level.

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Seaside quarterback Brayden Cooley could be calling signals for the Gulls some day.

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Seaside quarterback Brayden Cooley could be calling signals for the Gulls some day.

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The action begins with a kickoff.

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The action begins with a kickoff.

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A Seaside fifth/sixth grade player is off to the races.

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A Seaside fifth/sixth grade player is off to the races.

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Calling Seaside’s signals before the snap.

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Calling Seaside’s signals before the snap.

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Seaside Gulls coach Jeff Roberts, trailing the play, served as the official referee for the third/fourth grade games.

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Seaside Gulls coach Jeff Roberts, trailing the play, served as the official referee for the third/fourth grade games.

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The youth football players of the North Coast descended upon Seaside Saturday, Sept. 29, for the weekly schedule of games involving future Fishermen, Gulls, Warriors and Loggers.

Youth football teams meet every weekend at selected fields on the North Coast. The contests bring out parents, friends and family members from other communities, including Astoria, Banks, Knappa, Warrenton, Tillamook, Rockaway Beach and Ilwaco.

Seaside’s third/fourth grade team was undefeated through four weeks.















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