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Gulls vie for championship tonight

With win over Newport, Gulls go to final

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Published on March 10, 2018 7:55AM

Last changed on March 10, 2018 8:14AM

Ryan Hague received player of the game honors for the second night in a row.

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Ryan Hague received player of the game honors for the second night in a row.

Beau Johnson shoots against Newport. He scored 13 into the Gulls win.

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Beau Johnson shoots against Newport. He scored 13 into the Gulls win.

Ryan Hague was a major factor in bringing the Gulls to the finals. They play Saturday night against Valley Catholic.

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Ryan Hague was a major factor in bringing the Gulls to the finals. They play Saturday night against Valley Catholic.

Ryan Hague poured in  27 points against Newport.

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Ryan Hague poured in 27 points against Newport.

Chase Januik versus Newport.

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Chase Januik versus Newport.

Ryan Hague received player of the game honors for the second night in a row.

Jeff Ter Har/For Seaside Signal

Ryan Hague received player of the game honors for the second night in a row.


FOREST GROVE — The Gulls are heading to the Division 4-A championship after a 56-52 win against Newport in Forest Grove.

Standout Ryan Hague was named the Player of the Game for the second night in a row, following his stellar performance in the Gulls’ 51-44 win against Mazama Thursday night. Hague shot 10 for 16, with two free throws.

The final takes place tonight at 8:30 p.m. in Forest Grove as the Gulls face off against Valley Catholic. Valley Catholic defeated Banks 41-33 on Friday.











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