WARRENTON — Match play began Monday in the 109th annual Oregon Coast Invitational, following a weekend of qualifying at the Astoria Golf & Country Club.
WARRENTON — The Warrenton Warriors closed out the home portion of their summer schedule with a doubleheader split Saturday afternoon against Hoquiam, in Junior Baseball action at Huddleston Field.
SEATTLE — Ron Francis has all kinds of eye-popping statistics attached to his Hall of Fame career. He averaged more than a point a game, is second in NHL history in assists behind Wayne Gretzk…
The North Coast Merchants’ summer of fun continued recently, when the 10-and-under softball team went 4-4 in a weekend tournament at Willamette Park to bring home another championship.
Seaside’s Junior National baseball team took fourth place out of eight teams at the recent Junior Baseball Organization (JBO) state tournament, July 12-14 at Bob Smith Memorial Park in Lebanon.
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Astoria’s John Clement took fifth place in the 2,000-meter steeplechase final at the recent Junior Olympic (Region 13) track championships, held July 4-7 in Tacoma, Washington.
SEATTLE — Edgar Martinez trained for every aspect of his career.
Clatsop County’s next generation of state championship high school baseball players will play for a regional title this weekend, when the Lower Columbia 12-year-old All-Stars travel to Kennewi…
VANCOUVER, Wash. — Naselle High School graduate Cole Dorman was named the offensive Player of the Game for the victorious West team after throwing the only touchdown in Saturday’s Shriner Free…
SEASIDE — The Seaside Gulls managed to close their summer baseball season on a positive note Saturday morning at Broadway Field.
SEASIDE — Warrenton pitcher Austin Little needed just 86 pitches to finish off the Tillamook Cheesemakers, in a first round game of the Seaside wood bat tournament Thursday at Broadway Field.
Astoria High School graduate Henry Samuelson was announced as one of the 2019 scholarship winners of the OnPoint Community Credit Union scholar program.
Warrenton baseball’s big spring season was capped last month, with the selection of three Warriors to the Class 3A all-state squad.
The Warrenton baseball program hosted its seventh annual alumni game Sunday at Huddleston Field, with 22 former Warriors (and 10 others who did not play) taking part.
In its 34th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, the Gatorade Co. announced Gretchen Hoekstre of Seaside High School as its 2018-19 Gatorade Oregon girls track and field At…
Local bass angler Michael Postlewait, of Astoria, and teammate Brennan Osborn, of Westview High School in Beaverton, took to the waters of Florence, Alabama, recently in the 2019 Student Angle…
Current or former NFL players from Clatsop County? It’s a short list.
The boys’ cross-country and track programs at Astoria High School are about to get very, very good.
WARRENTON — The Warrenton summer baseball team improved its record to 9-2-1 over the weekend, with four more wins as part of the Warrenton Challenge at Huddleston Field.
Dane Gouge’s Astoria Ford baseball team racked up 19 runs and 19 hits in two games Thursday at Tapiola Park, where the Fishermen scored a doubleheader sweep over Knappa, 10-3 and 9-2.
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Knappa High School graduate Tracie (Nygaard) Brockey is the new girls basketball coach for the Lady Loggers, announced this week.
The Knappa Loggers landed six players on the recently announced Class 2A/1A all-state baseball team.
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OREGON CITY — The championship trophy seemed out of reach, with the Astoria girls trailing Oregon City by 16 points with less than 10 minutes left in Sunday’s Division II finale of the Les Sch…
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WARRENTON — Both teams had six hits, but the home team played solid defense with sound pitching, which helped Warrenton defeat Dane Gouge’s Astoria Ford 9-4 Sunday afternoon to cap another wee…
TUALATIN — The Portland Trail Blazers selected North Carolina forward Nassir Little with the 25th pick in the NBA draft on Thursday night.
State champion Banks dominated the Cowapa all-league baseball team with nine selections, while second-place Astoria landed five on the all-league squad, as voted on by the league’s coaches.
The Lower Columbia Youth Soccer Association’s “Camp Kick-A-Lot” officially kicks off July 15 at the Warrenton soccer complex on Ridge Road.
The North Coast Merchants are having their usual summer softball success, at every level.
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PARIS — Carli Lloyd wasn’t thrilled to open the Women’s World Cup on the bench for the United States. She accepted the role, but made no secret she wanted to start.
WARRENTON — Two weeks following a loss in the state championship game of the spring season, the Warrenton baseball program returned to its winning ways over the weekend, going 3-0-1 in a two-d…
Four local basketball players officially finished their prep careers Friday and Saturday, in the 47th annual OACA (Oregon Athletic Coaches Association) basketball all-star series.
Jake Mullins has been hired as the new varsity girls basketball coach at Warrenton High School, athletic director Ian O’Brien announced Friday.
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Astoria will likely be the team to beat in Cowapa League softball next season, as the Lady Fishermen landed seven players on this year’s all-league squad, five of whom will return next year.
The annual Riverside Basketball Camp is scheduled for next week, Monday through Thursday.
The team that came up short in the Class 3A baseball state championship in 2019 could be the favorite to win it in 2020.
The 2019 summer season opens Saturday for local junior (17-and-under) baseball teams, in a two-day, four-team tournament at Warrenton.
Warrenton’s Jacoby Marshall won a one-match Brazilian jiu-jitsu showdown last Friday in Portland, where he defeated Portland’s Joey Meador in the purple belt division as part of a “Fight to Wi…
The fifth annual Jordan Poyer Football Camp is scheduled for Saturday, June 29 at CMH Field.
For the seventh straight year, the Coastal Range League (the former Lewis & Clark League) had a team in the Class 3A state championship game.
Naselle athletes figured prominently in the spring Coastal League all-league teams.
The Knappa Loggers landed all nine starters, plus one, on this year’s Northwest all-league baseball team, as voted on by the league’s coaches.
The city of Warrenton does not have a famous “turnaround.” Or a “roundabout.” But athletics at Warrenton High School in the 2018-19 school year could certainly qualify as some sort of reversal…
The Knappa softball team placed five players on this year’s Northwest all-league team, as voted on by the league’s coaches and announced during the league playoffs.
Warrenton's return to the state championship after a 21-year wait came up short.
The road to any championship game usually has some strange twists and turns along the way, with key turning points and adversities to overcome.
More than 360 coaches were honored May 18 at the 2019 Oregon Athletic Coaches Association (OACA) awards banquet.
A pair of runners with ties to the North Coast recently ended their 2019 collegiate seasons.
Seaside senior Alex Teubner has accepted a walk-on opportunity to play football for the Boise State Broncos.