CalendarPrep ScheduleTODAY

Baseball - La Salle at Astoria, 4:30 p.m.; Seaside at Knappa, 4:30 p.m.

Softball - Astoria at Newport, 5 p.m.

Track - Anderson Relays, at Scappoose HS, 3 p.m.; Lewis & Clark League Ice-Breaker, at Rainier, 3:30 p.m.

FRIDAY

Baseball - Seaside at R.A. Long (2), 4 p.m.; Naselle at Warrenton, 4 p.m.

Softball - Marshall at Seaside, 4 p.m.BaseballHigh SchoolsWednesday's Results

Game 1

Warrenton 9, Nestucca 1

Nestucca 000 000 1-1 3 3

Warrenton 250 101 x-9 8 1

Beachy, Hale (4) and Higdon; Johnson, Hummell (6) and McFadden. W: Johnson. L: Beachy. RBI: War, Kerr 4, Miller 3, Johnson. 2B: War, Miller.

Game 2

Warrenton 9, Nestucca 3

Nestucca 101 000 1-3 4 7

Warrenton 012 015 x-9 12 2

Isaac, Silkwood (5) and Higdon; Kerr, McFadden (7) and McFadden, Kerr (7). W: Kerr. L: Isaac. RBI: War, M.Carlson 4. 2B: War, McFadden 2, Johnson, Kerr, Hoggard. 3B: Nes, Isaac, Higdon. HR: War, M.Carlson.HockeyNHLWednesday's Results

New Jersey 5, Pittsburgh 2

Calgary 3, Colorado 2

Anaheim 4, Chicago 2BasketballHigh SchoolsResults

Lower Columbia All-Stars

Girls

White 92, Red 82

RED (82): Carly Perkins 28, Jordan Thoreson 14, Ashley Tapio 12, Anna Toyas 10, Halie Boyce 8, Haley Hellem 6, Stephanie Saracco 4, Kaitlyn Moses.

WHITE (92): Tiffany Tornow 30, Jordyn Wirkkala 19, Tirzah Coalman 10, Nicole Duscha 9, Nicole Ewers 9, Kylie Farmer 8, Aimee Banuet 5, Yale Pritchett 0.

Boys

Red 96, White 85

RED (96): Ian Mahncke 16, Manny Lopez 11, Cameron Carson 11, Gavin Johnson 11, Dustin Hamilton 10, Chris Reeves 10, David Wallace 9, Rashad Rollins 7, Logan Nelson 6, Cory Hendryx 5.

WHITE (85): Austin Burkhalter 26, Sean Atkins 17, Angelo Folz-Edwards 15, Kevin Sheehy 9, Dan Schilter 8, J.J. Roffler 4, Garrett Austin 2, Trevor Hurn 2, Cody Olsen 2, Scotty Kirkpatrick.NBAWednesday's Results

Charlotte 100, Oklahoma City 92

Cleveland 99, Indiana 94

Toronto 106, Atlanta 105

Philadelphia 108, New Jersey 97

Boston 109, New York 97

Orlando 110, San Antonio 84

Dallas 113, Chicago 106

Houston 107, Memphis 94

Utah 122, Minnesota 100

Golden State 131, New Orleans 121

L.A. Clippers 101, Milwaukee 93

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