Seaside, ORSeaside Signal

Bo Williams, Astoria

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 59-33 win over the Fishermen.
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Seaside, ORSeaside Signal

Boys basketball: Seaside wins the Clash, 59-33

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 59-33 win over the Fishermen. Both teams have finished regular season play, while Seaside hopes to secure...
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Boys basketball: Willamina edges past Warrenton

Willamina picked up a payback victory Wednesday at Warrenton in a Coastal Range League boys basketball match. The Bulldogs — who lost to the Warriors 44-42 June 4 at Willamina — held on for a big 40-37 win, locking up a league title. Willamina (7-1) has finished league play, while the Warriors were scheduled to play Friday at Clatskanie.
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Naselle, WAchinookobserver.com

NHS boys capture championship vs. Valley

OAKVILLE — Kolby Glenn scored 26 points as the Naselle Comets won the District IV championship with a 66-51 victory over Willapa Valley Tuesday, June 8. Valley, coming off a fifth-place run at the 2B State tournament in 2020, had split two regular-season games with the Comets, who had placed third at 1B State last year.
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Ilwaco, WAchinookobserver.com

Ilwaco girls' season ends in 44-42 loss

CENTRALIA — Zoey Zuern got Ilwaco to overtime by hitting a pair of free throws, but Adna outscored Ilwaco 6-3 in the extra period to win 44-41 in the third-place District game Thursday, June 10. Erika Glenn left the game with 6:41 to go after landing on her knee while being fouled, as the Lady Pirates were making a successful comeback from a 10-point deficit.
Ilwaco, WAchinookobserver.com

Chinooks snag Fishermen in IHS season cap

ILWACO — In the final furious minutes, the Fishermen had the Chinooks reeling. The Ilwaco (9-4) comeback, however — after trailing by up to 15 points — fell short in a 56-45 season-ending district quarterfinal loss to Kalama (9-2) on June 8 in Ilwaco. Ilwaco was held to a season-low...
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Boys basketball: Warrenton defeats Rainier, 44-37

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 Warriors (5-1 in league) are only a half-game behind Willamina (6-1), and were scheduled to host Willamina on Wednesday, a team the Warriors defeated earlier in the season on the road. Warrenton finishes the regular season Friday at Clatskanie.
Naselle, WAchinookobserver.com

NHS senior athletes take their final bow

NASELLE — It seems only fitting that the high school athletic careers of Naselle High School seniors Kolby Glenn and Jimmy Strange would end with a win and a championship. Winning is pretty much all that Glenn and Strange have done in their time at NHS, whether it be in football, baseball or basketball. The pandemic threw them a curveball in their senior year, with shortened seasons and wacky scheduling, including a basketball season that ended in June.
Ilwaco, WAchinookobserver.com

Pacific 'All-League' county cagers announced

ILWACO — The local boys and girls basketball programs, upon concluding their seasons last week, learned several of their players were selected for the 2020-2021 Pacific League ‘All-League’ team. Girls. Ilwaco senior guard Erika Glenn, a first-team selection, received top honors as the league co-MVP with Raymond’s Kyra Gardner. Glenn...
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Athletes of the Week

The 6-foot-8 junior post had a big week in the scoring column. In a 53-25 win over Neah-Kah-Nie Monday, Morrill led the Loggers with 24 points. One night later at Warrenton, he scored 15 second half points and finished with 23, helping Knappa rally for a 48-36 win. His presence in the middle gives the Loggers a big rebounder, shot blocker and shot changer that most teams at the 2A do not have — and will make Knappa a power at the 2A level this year and next.
Naselle, WAchinookobserver.com

Naselle players earn league honors

NASELLE — Kolby Glenn was voted the most valuable player when the Columbia Valley announced its All-League boys basketball team. Jimmy Strange was named to the all-league first team and his brother Joey Strange was selected to the second team. Honorable mentions went to Warren Wirkkala, Kolten Lindstrom and Jason Harman.
Astoria, ORSeaside Signal

Girls basketball: Astoria wins low-scoring game with 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. But 37 was plenty for the Lady Fishermen, who held the Gulls to just 19 points, in Astoria’s low-scoring 37-19 win. The...
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Boys basketball: Big Seaside run stops Astoria

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 basketball win Friday night. Playing on their home court at the Brick House, the Fishermen picked...