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March 18, 2016 Seaside Signal seasidesignal.com 15A
reap rewards with
while Astoria senior Jus-
tin Fruiht and junior Kyle
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ball team was rewarded for selections.
another league champion-
Seaside senior Zach Mar-
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ers named to the all-league Olaf Englund were named
The league champion
On the girls’ side, Player
Gulls had four starters on of the Year honors went to
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able mention selection on the Danielson.
2015-16 Cowapa All-League
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boys basketball squad, which were named all-league: se-
was dominated by the two nior Whitney Westerholm
North Coast schools.
and juniors Maddi Utti and
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and Seaside junior Jackson Paige Ideue and Brittany
Januik; while Seaside’s Bill West were selected honor-
Westerholm took Coach of able mention.
the Year honors.
Astoria senior Chloee
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Thompson was named De- tion.
fensive Player of the Year.
Coach of the Year award
Januik and Thompson went to Brandon Begley of
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by senior teammates Austin sie Streblow was Defensive
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While hustling after a loose ball on defense, Seaside’s Jetta Ideue knocks the ball out of bounds with her foot.
Lady Gulls fall to Vikings
in state quarterfinals
Seaside never hit its stride
Seaside’s Jackson Januik soars in for two points, ahead
of Astoria’s Derek Jarrett, right. Both players shared the
Cowapa League Player of the Year honors.
Mazama jumped in front 10-0 and the
Seagulls were unable to overcome the ear-
By Mike Weber
No. 3 ranked Vikings (21-5) in the 4A quar-
For EO Media Group
FOREST GROVE — Appearing in the
Seaside faced the Banks Braves (22-
Class 4A girls basketball state tournament 4) in a Friday morning consolation round
a third straight year, the Seaside High Lady contest (results unavailable at press time) in
*XOOVKDGKRSHVRIUHDFKLQJWKHVHPL¿QDOV which the winner would move on to play
with an opening round win in the presti- in Saturday’s fourth-place trophy matchup,
gious eight-team, three-day event.
while the loser would conclude its season.
Playing the Mazama Vikings in the quar-
“Our goal obviously was to win, but
WHU¿QDOVERWKWHDPVKDGH[DFWO\WKHVDPHUH- I also wanted to see everyone play hard
cord at 20-5, but other than that, there weren’t throughout the game,” Hamer said. “We
many similarities between the squads.
came out at the beginning and we just
Seaside, guided by coach Wally Ham- couldn’t handle their (Mazama) offensive
er, has the No. 3 ranked defense (34.6 pressure. We had some good looks at the
points per game average allowed) in Class basket, but it was tough to get good shots
4A, but had a tough time stopping a solid against a good defensive team like Maza-
VL[WKUDQNHG0D]DPDRIIHQVHSRLQWV ma. I was disappointed that we didn’t han-
per game average).
dle their man-to-man defense and we didn’t
make a good transition into our offense.”
Mazama probably felt somewhat com-
fortable playing in a gym with their same
mascot paraphernalia, since the Class 5A
Forest Grove School is home of the Vi-
kings, too. It might have given Mazama a
psychological edge while making them feel
right at home.
Mazama, the Skyline Conference Cham-
pions from Klamath Falls, connected on
many perimeter jumpers and scored often in
the post to gain its advantage. Seaside senior
post Brittany West scored on a post move
(Mazama) to shoot as much as they did
from the outside,” West said. “We were
trying to focus on stopping them on the in-
side and they were able to hits some outside
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