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16A March 18, 2016 Seaside Signal seasidesignal.com
Lady Gulls fall to Vikings, 44-31
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jump shots. I think if we
would’ve had a little more time,
we might’ve been able to come
back and win the game. … We
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winning our next game because
we want to come home with a
Mazama build a 19-4 lead
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Vikings momentum continued
in the second. Mazama started
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with a 10-0 run and were 29-4
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The Vikings utilized a big ad-
vantage in free-throw shooting
to also help them get a lead.
Mazama shot 13-for-23 (56.5
percent from the line, while
Seaside shot just 2-for-4 (50
percent) at the line. Mazama
outrebounded Seaside 38-23 to,
factor to help them gain the ad-
and we made a strong effort the
last couple of minutes in the
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started utilizing our strengths.
offensive game though. We
hustled well on defense and the
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We’ll have to bounce back and
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The Seagulls fought back
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di Utti (9 points, four assists),
sophomore backup guard Jetta
Ideue (3 points) and a her sis-
ter, senior guard Paige Ideue (6
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in a three-pointer to make the
score 29-14 at halftime.
“We just had a slow start and
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gether better in the second half
and then we kind of got things
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fense. We just couldn’t pull
through though to get the win at
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hitting a lot of their shots though
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Seaside climbed back to get
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the third. A 6-2 Seagull run, fu-
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gas (6 points, seven rebounds)
run though to build a 38-20 ad-
vantage after three.
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The resilient Seagulls nev-
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tough for the entire contest to
cit. A 9-2 Seaside run, capped
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margin to just 40-29 with 2:44
remaining in the game. At that
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had a chance, but it just proved
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to be too much of an uphill
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battle for them to overcome. A
in the post.
narrowed it to 42-31 late in the
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the margin to 31-20, forcing Mazama responded with a 7-0 margin at the end.
Warriors ground Gulls
By Gary Henley
EO Media Group
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storm over the weekend.
It came in the form of the
Philomath Warriors, who indeed
caused a little power outage for
pionship game of the Class 4A
In front of a stand-
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Gulls were grounded for much of
the night, and had trouble mount-
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all, while the Gulls conclude their
The mood inside the Seaside
locker room after the game was a
lights are still burning bright for
the Seaside program, despite the
Pelican Brewing Company
is coming to Cannon Beach
and we want YOU
on our TEAM!
N OW HIRI NG
Saturday, April 2 nd & April 9 th
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Pelican Pub & Brewery, 1371 SW Hemlock, Cannon Beach
Monday, April 4 th
2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Clatsop Community College South Campus
1455 N. Roosevelt Dr., Seaside
Tuesday, April 5 th
2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Clatsop Community College, 1651 Lexington Ave, Astoria
(Towler Hall Rm. 310)
Fill out an application, interview with a manager, meet our Team
Pelican! Assistant Kitchen Managers, Line Cooks, Dishwashers, Front
of House Managers, Servers, Bartenders, Hosts, Bussers.
Don’t Wait! Apply today:
Questions? Call Stephanie 503-965-7779 ext. 307
at the beach
Be beach smart. Even though the beach is fun,
you need to play safe.
The Oregon Coast is a great place to visit. Whether you are looking for seashells,
building sand castles or exploring tide pools, the beach can be a lot of fun.
Remember, the ocean has dangerous waves, logs, rocks and cliffs.
Talk to your family and friends about how to play safe on the beach.
Beware of rip currents.
Rip currents are strong currents of water that rush out to sea. They can form on any
beach that has breaking waves. If you look closely, you can see a rip current. It will have
dark muddy water and be very choppy. You might see foam and other debris floating
out to sea. If you see a rip current, stay away! They are very dangerous.
If you are ever caught in a rip current, don’t panic. Try to relax and swim parallel to the
beach. Don’t try to fight the current. If you have trouble swimming, tread water and
call for help.
Parents: Be sure always to watch your children closely when they are playing in and
Don’t climb on drift logs.
Logs on wet sand or in the water are especially dangerous. The ocean is strong enough
to pick up even the biggest log and drop it on top of you. If you see a log on wet sand,
stay off of it.
Be aware of incoming tides.
Tide pools can be so interesting that you might lose track of time. Make sure you know
when the tide is coming in so that you don’t get stranded. Free tide tables, available
at state park offices, information centers and many shops and motels, list the times of
high and low tides.
Be careful on cliffs and rocks.
Ocean spray and heavy rains can make rocks and trails slippery and unsafe. Stay on
marked trails and behind all fences. They are there for your safety. When hiking, make
sure you wear the right type of shoes. Stay away from cliff edges. Don’t stand under
overhanging cliffs, which can be dangerous.
Beware of sneaker waves.
Watch out for “sneaker waves.” These are waves that appear suddenly and are
unusually large. They rush up on the shore with enough force to knock you down and
drag you out to sea. Keep your eyes on the ocean.
There are two types of tsunami warnings that you need to be aware of:
a distant event and a local event.
With a distant event, you will be alerted by sirens located throughout the city.
Proceed by foot and follow the posted evacuation route signs to higher ground.
With a local event, you will feel a powerful earthquake. Take immediate cover until
the earthquake subsides, then go immediately to higher ground on foot, following
the posted evacuation routes.
Know who to call when you need help.
In an emergency, call 911.
• Providence Seaside Hospital
725 S. Wahanna Road, Seaside, OR 97138
• Providence Medical Group-Seaside
with walk-in availability
727 S. Wahanna Road, Seaside, OR 97138
• Providence Medical Group-Cannon Beach
with walk-in availability
171 N. Larch, Suite 16, Cannon Beach, OR 97110
• Providence Medical Group-Warrenton
with walk-in availability
171 S. Highway 101, Warrenton, OR 97146
For Providence Medical Group appointments
or to check walk-in availability, call the nearest
north coast clinic listed above.