There was high drama Saturday night at Tapiola Park.
The 110th Oregon Coast Invitational has made its return to the North Coast after the 2020 event was canceled because of the pandemic.
The Lower Columbia 10U All-Stars bounced back from a tough first day with a stronger effort on Day 2 of the Pacific Northwest Regionals for 10U Cal Ripken baseball.
Astoria High School senior-to-be Colton McMaster was selected as Oregon’s Athlete of the Year for boys track and field for the USA Today High School Sports Awards.
The end-of-summer district tournament for local Junior Baseball teams got underway Thursday morning at Tapiola Park.
Another future generation of Clatsop County state champion baseball players will be in action this weekend in Eugene, where the Lower Columbia 10U All-Stars will be taking part in the Pacific …
The Warrenton baseball program’s time to shine is the postseason — and that’s what the Warriors were tuning up for Monday afternoon at Tapiola Park.
League champion Valley Catholic — along with players from Astoria and Banks — dominated the selections to the Cowapa all-league girls basketball team this season.
Astoria’s Michael Postlewait is finding success in competitive bass fishing at the collegiate level, as he and angling partner Andrew Rickman finished second in the recent Carhartt Bassmaster …
The Warrenton Warriors romped past Clatskanie in a Thursday afternoon Junior Baseball doubleheader at Huddleston Field, 10-0 and 8-2.
League champion Banks dominated the spring 2021 Cowapa all-league football awards.
In their first meeting in over a year, the Knappa and Warrenton baseball programs met up for a classic Logger-Warrior showdown Monday night at Huddleston Field.
Astoria and Valley Catholic swept most of the awards this year in Cowapa League girls soccer as part of the shortened soccer season.
The best of Cowapa League boys soccer came in pairs for the shortened 2021 spring season.
Ilwaco rallied from an early 7-0 deficit to send the game to extra innings, where Warrenton scored two runs in the top of the eighth and held on for a 10-9 victory over the Fishermen in a Juni…
The Oregon School Activities Association has completed all seasons for the 2020-21 school year. Now it’s time for another one — awards season.
Warrenton rallied from a 7-4 deficit to score an 8-7 win over Tillamook on Monday in a Junior Baseball game at Huddleston Field.
One day after the close of the “winter” sports season, the summer baseball season opened for business Monday at Warrenton, where the Warriors defeated Seaside 15-5 in a Junior Baseball contest…
The Astoria High School football coaching staff will be conducting a three-day youth camp, Aug. 10 through Aug. 12, for any student entering kindergarten through eighth grade in the 2021-22 sc…
Summer Sports Schedule
The Seaside boys swim team took home a third place win in the team standings for the 4A meet held Saturday in Cottage Grove.
With just one senior on the roster, five all-league starters returning next year, and a convincing fourth-place finish this season, the Knappa Loggers have definitely set themselves up to be o…
The Warrenton Warriors continue to climb the 3A wrestling ladder, as the team compiled 65 points Saturday to finish seventh in the final meet of the season, held Saturday at Redmond High School.
The Knappa Loggers will continue their post-season run Friday in central Oregon, but their drive in the championship bracket came to a close Wednesday night in Salem.
Poyer returns to Astoria with a message
Astoria had a connection in this year’s U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials, which continues this week at Hayward Field in Eugene.
The Knappa boys basketball team sent the strongest statement Monday night to the rest of the 2A finalists — the Loggers are on a roll.
The Seaside wrestling team qualified five wrestlers for the 4A state tournament later this week.
The Warrenton Warriors are the new kings of District 2 wrestling. And with the youth on this year’s roster, Warrenton’s district title last week could be the first of many.
Astoria was the lucky school to serve as the host team for the District 1 swim championships, held last Thursday at the Astoria Aquatic Center.
Despite three losses in league play, the Astoria girls basketball team showed that they’re still one of the best 4A teams in the state Thursday night, with a 43-27 win at Seaside to close out …
The Astoria and Seaside boys basketball teams played either the last game of the winter sports season, or the first game of summer league Thursday night at Seaside, where the Gulls posted a 59…
Willamina picked up a payback victory Wednesday at Warrenton in a Coastal Range League boys basketball match.
The Warrenton wrestling team will be among the favorites this week when the Warriors travel to Clatskanie for the District 2 meet Saturday.
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Warrenton came one step closer to locking up a Coastal Range League boys basketball title Tuesday night at home with a 44-37 win over Rainier.
The Knappa Loggers scored another easy Northwest League boys basketball win Tuesday night in a 77-46 decision at Nestucca.
Knappa caught a lucky break on the scoreboard but still ended up three points short Tuesday night at Nestucca, where the Bobcats posted a 38-35 win over the Loggers in a Northwest League girls…
Oregon high school swim teams have entered the post-season portion of their schedules, and so far, so good for both Astoria and Seaside.
After scoring 78 points in a win at Tillamook two days earlier, the Astoria girls basketball team was held to just 37 Friday night at home against Seaside.
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Astoria had hopes of an upset early on, but a 26-1 run by Seaside midway through the second half ended all Fishermen hopes, helping the visiting Gulls to an eventual 53-38 Clatsop Clash boys b…
Astoria bounced back from a home loss to Banks with an easy 78-30 win Wednesday night at Tillamook in a Cowapa League girls basketball game.
Astoria snapped a 13-game losing streak in Cowapa League play with a solid 56-41 boys basketball win Wednesday night over Tillamook at the Brick House.
Prep Sports Schedule
Astoria’s Jordan Poyer will be holding a personal workout session at 7 p.m. June 21 at CMH Field. An autograph session will be held from 6 to 6:45 p.m.