The Seaside girls softball team finished their season with a double header against Yamhill-Carlton on Friday, May 15. Though the girls lost the first game 4-18, and the second game 3-13, they had one of their strongest efforts of the season and the young team shows promise for next year and beyond.
Stephanie Camberg, Lakisha Jones, and Desiree Kuhlman had especially good games, while Jaime Oxley did a superior job catching and Geanna Harrison persevered in pitching against some excellent hitting by the Tiger offense.
Seasides only win for the season came on April 9 against the Vernonia Loggers.
They ended up the season winless in the Cowapa League and look to rebuild next year, gaining in experience and hopefully adding some new talent to the roster.
The Scappoose Indians and the Banks Braves had identical 17-7 (11-4) records this season closely followed by Yamhill-Carlton 16-9 (11-4), Tillamook 16-9 (9-6) and Astoria 9-15 (3-12). Scappoose is rated seventh in the state and the Braves come in twelfth in the BCS poll.