WARRENTON — A total of 2,247 runners from 93 different schools and running clubs, all celebrating the sport of cross-country. That's how it was Saturday at Camp Rilea, for the annual 3-Course Challenge.
Portland Christian was no match for the No. 6-ranked Warrenton Warriors in a Northwest League football opener Friday night, as the visiting Warriors racked up a 63-13 win over the Royals.
Taft built a 14-0 lead late in the first half, then held on for a 24-6 win over Knappa in a nonleague football game Friday night in Lincoln City.
Gladstone rolled up 387 yards in total offense, and held Seaside to just 76, as the Gladiators scored a 34-0 win over the Gulls in a nonleague football game Friday night.
With their top two goalkeepers out of action, the Astoria girls soccer team was down to its No. 3 goalie Saturday afternoon, in a nonleague game with Cottage Grove at CMH Field.
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Fishermen lose 40-13
WARRENTON — With another week to go before league play begins, the Astoria boys soccer team will try to find a “winning groove,” as the Fishermen head towards their Cowapa League opener with S…
The Seaside boys soccer team bounced back from its only loss of the season with a 4-1 victory Thursday night at St. Helens.
Astoria and Westside Christian battled to a 2-2 tie Thursday night in nonleague girls soccer action in Tigard.
The Astoria volleyball team continued its winning ways with a three-game sweep Thursday night at North Marion, where the ninth-ranked Fishermen cruised over the previously No. 7-ranked Huskies…
Warrenton picked a good night to snap a four-match losing skid, as the Warriors opened league play with a marathon five-set win at Taft, 30-28, 24-26, 25-17, 24-26, 15-13.
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In the first of two meetings with Portland Christian in the next week, a sick and injured Knappa team came up short on the road Thursday night in Portland, where the Royals took down the Logge…
Warrenton High School has some pretty good athletes roaming the halls. Morrow, Little, Ramsey, Warren …
WARRENTON — It took a runner from north of the border to finally finish ahead of Knappa’s Robert Piña-Morton.
In a back-and-forth battle between Northwest League volleyball powers, Nestucca outlasted Knappa in five sets Tuesday night, 25-20, 21-25, 25-15, 14-25, 15-7.
With five of six upcoming games on the road, the Seaside boys soccer team got off to a rough start Tuesday night in Portland.
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The girls soccer teams from Elmira and Astoria met Tuesday night at Wilsonville High School for a nonleague contest that resulted in a 1-1 tie.
JEWELL — Astoria swept the team titles, and Knappa’s Robert Piña-Morton won another individual title Saturday, in the annual Logger Elk Run cross-country meet.
Astoria called up a little “Comeback Magic” from last year, but came up just a little short Friday night at Stayton.
Even with 10 penalties and three turnovers, the Warrenton Warriors racked up 468 yards in total offense in a 47-22 win Friday night at Creswell, in a nonleague football game.
Astoria went undefeated and did not lose a single game Saturday in winning the championship of the Dallas Volleyball Tournament.
Marshfield and Astoria met in Newport for a nonleague girls soccer game Saturday afternoon.
Astoria took a 1-0 lead, but Marshfield rallied by scoring five unanswered goals for a 5-1 win over the Fishermen in a nonleague boys soccer game Saturday in Newport.
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Gulls fall 35-3
North Marion snapped a 1-1 tie with Seaside after two games Thursday night by winning the next two sets to leave the Gulls’ Nest with a four-set win, 27-25, 25-27, 25-14, 25-10.
The Rainier Columbians played their third match of the season Thursday night.
Seaside scored two goals in the first half, and Estacada countered with two in the second half for a 2-2 tie in the nonleague girls soccer game Thursday at Estacada.
The short passing game of St. Helens vs. the speed of the Astoria girls — for the most part, it was an even match over much of the nonleague girls soccer game Thursday night at CMH Field.
After a scoreless first half, the Astoria and St. Helens boys soccer teams combined for five goals in the final 40 minutes.
The unbeaten Amity volleyball team showed why they're ranked No. 4 in the latest Class 3A rankings, as they won the battle of the Warriors in three games Thursday night, defeating Warrenton 25…
Yamhill-Carlton won a marathon at Knappa in a nonleague volleyball match Thursday night.
In a battle between former Cowapa League rivals, Seaside hammered Scappoose 5-1 in a nonleague boys soccer game Tuesday night at Broadway Field.
The Knappa boys cross-country team won a team championship Saturday, capturing first place — individual and team — in the Amity Invitational.
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WARRENTON — The schedule for Tuesday’s “minitournament” at Warrenton High School turned out just about right.
After going 5-2 in nonleague action to start the season, the 2019 Northwest League opener didn’t go as well for the Knappa volleyball team.
SEASIDE — The Shocker of the Weekend in Oregon 4A football was a Saturday afternoon special at Broadway Field in Seaside.
Yamhill-Carlton won an offensive shootout Friday night at Warrenton, where the Tigers upset the Warriors in a nonleague football matchup, 49-34.
The Knappa Loggers overcame an early 8-0 deficit to defeat Grant Union, 24-14, in their 2019 season opener Friday night in John Day.
NASELLE, Wash. — Ethan Lindstrom led the way as the Naselle Comets began their 2019 season with a 52-8 nonleague win over South Bend Friday night at Naselle.
Knappa defeated Sheridan in three sets Saturday in the championship match of the Neah-Kah-Nie Invitational.
Seaside finished second in the Silver Bracket of the Cascade Invitational, held Saturday in Turner. Sixteen 4A teams competed in the annual tournament.
The Astoria cross-country team opened the 2019 season Saturday in the annual “Ultimook Race,” held at the Hydrangea Ranch just outside Tillamook.
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For years, the Cowapa League football championship would often come down to these two teams.
A short-handed Astoria team could not keep up with Corbett in a nonleague girls soccer game Thursday night, as the Cardinals topped the Lady Fishermen 4-2.
Through one preseason jamboree and now two nonleague matches, Astoria volleyball fans are starting to like what they see from the Lady Fishermen.
In nonleague boys soccer action Thursday night, Estacada defeated Astoria, 5-1.
In a 3A vs. 4A nonleague match Thursday night in Seaside, the Lady Gulls cruised to a three-set win over Clatskanie, 25-11, 25-11, 25-13.