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.

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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 …

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 …

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 Seaside 10U Riptide softball team hosted the 2020 “Hobbit Tournament,” Oct. 2 and Oct. 3 at Broadway Field.

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.

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.

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 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…

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.

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