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Football: Banks beats Seaside 31-20 for state 4A championship

Braves win first state championship in school history

The Daily Astorian

Published on November 25, 2018 6:30AM

Seaside’s Brayden Johnson makes a leaping attempt on a ball thrown deep into the end zone.

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Seaside’s Brayden Johnson makes a leaping attempt on a ball thrown deep into the end zone.

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Alexander Teubner breaks a tackle for Seaside.

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Alexander Teubner breaks a tackle for Seaside.

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The Seagull defense puts pressure on the Banks quarterback.

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The Seagull defense puts pressure on the Banks quarterback.

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Seaside scores a touchdown late in the game.

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Seaside scores a touchdown late in the game.

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HILLSBORO — Banks rallied from a 14-7 deficit in the first half on its way to a 31-20 win over Seaside in the Class 4A state championship football game Saturday night.

The Braves came back to force a 14-14 halftime tie, then wore down the Gulls in the second half, taking advantage of four Seaside turnovers on a cold and foggy night at Hillsboro Stadium.

It was the second win of the season over the Gulls for the Braves, who won their first state championship in school history.

Astoria defeated Banks 19-11 in the 2008 final.







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