The North Coast Merchants are having their usual summer softball success, at every level.
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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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OMAHA, Neb. — Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman has won the Golden Spikes Award as the nation’s outstanding college baseball player.
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.
RENTON, Wash. — The list of concerns for the Seattle Seahawks as their mandatory team minicamp began Tuesday started with wide receiver and went through to questions about where the pass rush …
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.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Shohei Ohtani’s first major league showdown with Yusei Kikuchi is expected to happen this weekend.
RENTON, Wash. — When kicker Jason Myers became a free agent in the offseason following a Pro Bowl campaign last season, Seattle was near the top of his destination list.
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.
RENTON, Wash. — Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett was already going to face heightened expectations coming off a breakout season during which he became Russell Wilson’s favorite target.
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.
SECAUCUS, N.J. — Pitchers took a backseat at the Major League Baseball draft.
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.
In sports, you can’t beat destiny. And the Warrenton Warriors definitely have destiny on their side in 2019.
‘We did a lot of good, but it’s a tough pill to swallow at the end,” said Knappa coach Jeff Miller, whose team suffered one of its toughest defeats in years. Actually, one of its only defeats …
Less than a week after ending Seaside’s season, the Henley Hornets did the same to the Astoria Fishermen, in a Class 4A baseball semifinal Tuesday in Klamath Falls.
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CHENEY, Wash. — Pressure? Not for Ilwaco sprinter Alex Kaino.
CHENEY, Wash. — Naselle had a solid showing over the weekend at the WIAA state track meet from the 20 athletes who qualified.
CHENEY, Wash. — The Naselle track team celebrated success in two field events at the WIAA state championships Friday.
The Knappa Loggers are making their march to a three-peat look easy, as they scored a 9-1 win Friday over Regis in a Class 2A baseball quarterfinal.
At first a long shot to get past the first round, the Astoria Fishermen now have a very real shot at their first state championship since 2011.
The team no one wants to face right now in the Class 3A baseball state playoffs? The answer, all of a sudden, is the Warrenton Warriors, who took down No. 2 seed Brookings-Harbor, 3-2, in a qu…
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CHENEY, Wash. — Ilwaco began the WIAA state track meet with some successes Thursday.
WARRENTON — From a 1-17 record in 2017, to the state quarterfinals in 2019.
The day could not have gone much better for the Astoria baseball team.
Seaside’s return to the state playoffs was a short one, as the Henley Hornets defeated the Gulls 12-0 Wednesday in a Class 4A baseball first-round game in Klamath Falls.
In the most predictable outcome of the first round, the Knappa baseball team beat up Nestucca for the fourth time this season, 9-0, this time in a Class 2A state playoff game Wednesday at Knappa.
Junction City pitcher Jenna Kister gave up just three hits and one walk with 11 strikeouts, leading the Tigers to an 8-1 win Wednesday over Astoria in a 4A softball first-round state playoff game.
The NAIA has officially announced the complete entry list for the upcoming track and field national championships, and the list includes a former Astoria Fisherman.
The North Coast Swim Club of Astoria recently announced the addition of Nancy Williams and Natalie Viescas to the coaching staff.
The first-round playoff jinx struck again Monday afternoon at Knappa, where Lakeview posted a 5-3 win over the Loggers in a first-round game of the 2A softball state playoffs.
CHEHALIS, Wash. — After strong individual showings at the District IV championships last week, two seniors and a standout sophomore will lead the way as Ilwaco travels to the WIAA 2B state tra…
NASELLE, Wash. — District champions — boys and girls.
It’s on to state for the Seaside baseball team.
GRESHAM — Seaside senior Gretchen Hoekstre knew it was a special throw right away, but she had to wait a few moments to learn just indeed how special.