Catlin Gabel 5, Seaside 1PORTLAND - A 5-1 loss to Catlin Gabel wasn't too bad for the Seaside girls Saturday, considering the Gulls were short-handed.

Catlin scored 13 minutes into the game, and led just 1-0 at halftime.

"We played a good, strong game," said Seaside coach Dave Rouse. "A lot of our girls were sick, and a number of them played sick. We had too many sick kids and not enough subs.

"Elizabeth DeLong was really sick - she couldn't even finish the game - but she played a marvelous game. Our kids played their hearts out."

The Eagles scored their second goal early in the second half before Lauren Yokum scored Seaside's only goal in the 51st minute.

The Gulls play Astoria at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

BOYS Soccer

Estacada 2, Astoria 0WARRENTON - Estacada scored a goal in each half to post a 2-0 win over Astoria in a nonleague boys soccer game Friday at the Warrenton Soccer Complex.

The Rangers scored on plays by senior midfielder Robby Glynn in the 17th minute and Icelandic exchange student Grimur Gislason in the 70th minute.

Astoria keeper Henry Brause came out on both plays, and the Rangers "went one-on-one with the striker, and the scramble ended up in Estacada's favor," said Astoria coach Jerry Boisvert.

"This was our last preseason game, but I was pretty pleased," Boisvert said. "We moved people around and played 18 deep.

"We were pretty sluggish in the first half, but in the second half we had a much better game offensively. We had four times as many shots on goal in the second half. Despite the score, it was a pretty even game, well played by both teams."

Astoria hosts Rainier today (scheduled for 5 p.m.).


Gulls grab thirdSISTERS - The Seaside volleyball team managed a third-place finish in the Sisters Invitational Saturday.

No. 1-ranked Estacada topped Henley in the championship final, while the Gulls finished third ahead of Sisters, Wilsonville, Philomath and Madras.

Jewell takes fourthMAUPIN - A tired Jewell volleyball team had mixed results at the South Wasco Tournament Saturday as the Bluejays won six games, lost five and came in fourth place.

Jewell split games with Ione (15-11, 12-15) and Wheeler (10-15, 15-8), before sweeping South Wasco (15-9, 15-9) and Helix (15-8, 17-15).

In their final match, Spray defeated Jewell, 25-9, 25-22, 25-21.

"Rene Steinweg and Sonia Borders had some really great blocks and kills," said Jewell coach Ashley Weller. "Mollie Lee had some really great saves and sets. The girls played really well - it's been a really long week for us. They're really starting to come together as a team."

Ilwaco contests canceledTwo Ilwaco football players were diagnosed with viral meningitis, causing the school to cancel Friday and Saturday sports events.


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