Two former Seaside Seagulls were in the college sports news over the past week.
It was a tough start, but a pretty good finish for Seaside football in 2019.
Joel Dierickx is officially the new softball coach at Seaside High School.
It was a rare February, Tuesday night season opener for the Naselle football team. But the result was all too familiar.
The latest signing period saw one local student-athlete committing to his college of choice.
It’s game on for Oregon school sports. Or, rather, game on, with safety precautions.
The Fresno State women’s basketball team had a good week, and so did senior forward Maddi Utti.
Coaches at Jewell School have earned Level 1 status for the National Federation of State High School Associations.
Ready or not, here comes the Oregon high school fall sports season.
Kansas City Chiefs, be forewarned: Jordan Poyer does not like to lose.
School spirit at a safe distance
The Seaside softball team is looking for its seventh head coach since 2015.
During the coronavirus pandemic, athletes from certain sports can adapt and still practice their craft.
Maddi Utti and the Fresno State women’s basketball team is back in action.
The True Oregonian golf tournament is accepting entries for its Jan. 23 event, a two-player combined net score tournament at the Gearhart Golf Links.
SEASIDE — Building a program and changing the culture. If you do that, the wins will come.
While athletes at Seaside High School wait for the start of a sports season, a couple of former Gulls are busy competing at the collegiate level.
The Oregon School Activities Association announced its latest adjustment to the 2020-21 high school sports year as coronavirus numbers continue to move in the wrong direction in many areas of …
Bruney gives back in new career
Alyson O’Connor has been named the new head coach for the Astoria High School swim team, athletic director Howard Rub announced on Monday.
Two days, two national watch list mentions for Seaside’s Maddi Utti.
Astoria’s Michael Postlewait, a freshman fisherman with the Dallas Baptist University bass fishing team, has qualified to take part in the 2021 Fishing League Worldwide National Championships …
Clatsop County’s best girls basketball player ever? She’s still playing.
With a monthslong absence of high school sports in Oregon, and basketball season fast-approaching, it’s time to pick an all-time list of the best girls basketball players in Clatsop County.
Jordan Poyer and the Buffalo Bills posted their seventh win of the season Sunday, 44-34 over the Seattle Seahawks.
The Lower Columbia Baseball Club’s fall 16-and-under team picked up two easy wins last weekend in a doubleheader against La Salle at La Salle High School in Milwaukie.
The fall season continued for the North Coast Merchants’ 14-and-under softball team last weekend with, of course, more wins and another first place tournament trophy.
The Lower Columbia Baseball Club’s 2020 fall season team improved to 9-3, with two victories Sunday over the Beaverton Sockeyes at Sckavone Stadium in Portland, in a doubleheader between the t…
The Wildhorse Resort and Birch Creek Golf Course in Pendleton hosted the 2020 Pacific Northwest Senior Oregon Open Invitational last week.
Six-year-old Cole Clayton, of Svensen, recently put his victory stamp on the 2020 Pac West Motocross championship.
Jordan Poyer and the Buffalo Bills suffered their first loss of the season Tuesday night, as Tennessee won a battle of unbeaten teams with a 42-16 victory over the Bills.
The Astoria Golf & Country Club was the host course last week for the Pacific Northwest Pro-Amateur Championship, held Thursday and Friday.
The Seaside 10U Riptide softball team hosted the 2020 “Hobbit Tournament,” Oct. 2 and Oct. 3 at Broadway Field.
The Seaside Riptide’s 12U softball team finished their fall ball season last weekend, splitting four game against three different opponents.
The North Coast Merchants’ 10U softball team closed out their fall season in winning style last week, winning the “It’s All Relative” tournament, held Sept. 26 and Sept. 27 in Seaside.
With the help of a few local players, the Lower Columbia Baseball Club’s 16-and-under fall ball team scored a doubleheader sweep Sept. 27 at Sckavone Stadium in Portland.
The Seaside Riptide 12-and-under softball hosted a tournament last weekend at Broadway Field and won a pair of games, as did the North Coast Merchants’ 12U team.
Different season, same results.
Raising chicks in the fall has its advantages. Chicks have longer to prepare for egg laying, as they’ll likely surpass their expected lay time of 20 weeks and wait until spring to lay.
Maddox Dance Studio in Warrenton is back in business and ready for another season.
Infinity Gymnastics of Astoria is offering physical education classes.
The Columbia River Maritime Museum reopened its doors to the public earlier this summer, with coronavirus precautions in place.
Clatsop County has a little bit of everything for every cyclist.
For individual workouts or instruction — at least on a limited basis — the Sunset Pool in Seaside and Bob Chisholm Community Center recently expanded operating hours.
The Lower Columbia Youth Soccer Association was forced to cancel its annual summer recreation league — or most of it — over the coronavirus until the association’s board of directors decided t…
Clatsop County’s most successful jump rope team, the Tsunami Skippers, are not about to skip this season.
Adult bowling leagues are moving forward as scheduled at Lower Columbia Bowl in Astoria.
When the Buffalo Bills open the 2020 season Sunday at home against the New York Jets, Astoria’s Jordan Poyer will be one of seven team captains for the Bills.
The North Coast Merchants’ softball program — the 14U champions of the summer season — picked up right where the team left off to start the fall season, with the 12U team taking second place i…
Four golfers with ties to Clatsop County finished 35th, 36th, 37th and 38th in the Senior PGA Professional Championship, held this week at the Royal Oaks Country Club in Vancouver, Washington.
The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically changed the sports world. Entire seasons for some sports at the top levels have been canceled, moved or shortened.
Gearhart Golf Links and the Highlands Golf Club are teaming up to host a “Two Course Tourney,” Sept. 24.
Seaside’s Curtis Kunde continued his hot streak on the golf course with a third-place finish in the Persimmon Junior tournament held Monday at the Persimmon Country Club in Gresham.