Astoria finished 10th in the Class 3A standings of The Oregonian Cup, honoring schools equally for activities, athletics and academics.
Marist earned 4,189 points for first, followed by Wilsonville (4,104) and North Bend (3,315).
Schools earn points based on their finish in all OSAA/U.S.Bank/Les Schwab Tires State Championships and in recognition of placement in the OSAA-Dairy Farmers of Oregon Academic All-State program.
The Oregonian Cup also considers a sportsmanship component, whereby schools are awarded points each season for having no ejections.
Cowapa League schools included: Scappoose (8th), Astoria (10th), Tillamook (19th), Seaside (32nd), Banks (35th) and Rainier (43rd).
Astoria High graduate Jennie Rummell earned the "Most Spirited Female" award Monday at the season-end awards ceremony for the Western Oregon University track team.
Rummell, who competes in the hurdles, helped Western take first place in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference championships, last month in Ellensburg, Wash.
It was the third straight GNAC team title for the Wolves.
Rummell, who graduated from Astoria in 2002, took third in the 400-meter hurdle finals, running a 1:05.23 to finish behind Chelsi Claussen of St. Martin's and Ashley Rickels of Northwest Nazarene.
Rummell was also selected to the GNAC Academic All-Conference team.
Leinassar slips to seventh
PENDLETON - Jeff Leinassar of Warrenton, competing in the 41st Pacific Northwest Senior Men's Amateur Championship in Pendleton, slipped from third place to seventh after Wednesday's second round.
After firing a 69 Tuesday, Leinassar carded a 76 in round two, placing him in a seventh-place tie with David Huntley (Tacoma, Wash.) at 145.
Kent Brown of Colville, Wash. leads the Grand Division with a 67-69-136 heading into the today's final round at the Wildhorse Resort in Pendleton.