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September 30, 2016
OF THE WEEK
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Seaside tops Astoria
fter splitting their two matches
with Astoria last season, the
Seaside Gulls got the jump
on the Lady Fishermen in the
irst Clatsop Smash volleyball
match of 2016.
Taking advantage of their home court,
the Gulls held serve and scored a three-game
sweep over Astoria, 25-22, 25-16, 25-21.
“The girls came out ready to play tonight,
which is what we’re going to have to do ev-
ery night in league play,” said Seaside coach
Seaside’s Maddi Utti pounded out 20 kills
with a .415 hitting percentage, and teammate
Alyssia Gonzales added seven kills for the
Utti also came up with 14 digs, and Jetta
Ideue had 12 digs in the Sept. 15 battle.
“Our setters Annaka Garhofer and Anna
Huddleston are making good decisions at
key times,” Huntsman said. “Huddleston,
Ideue and Sequoia Shand were all 100 per-
cent from the service line tonight and Lucy
Bodner served ive aces.”
In addition, “Tori Tomlin had a couple big
blocks at crucial times, which are huge when
it comes to momentum.”
Games 1 and 3 were back and forth, said
Astoria coach Jessie Todd, following her irst
“Maddi Utti was tough for them, but Jac-
queline (Jarrett) also had some great stuff
blocks on her,” Todd said. “We battled and
we played hard, which was good to see.”
Jarrett had six kills for the Lady Fisher-
men, as did Darian Hageman and Kes Sand-
Jarrett also had seven blocks (“she owned
the net tonight,” Todd said).
“And Chelsea Christensen had some awe-
some digs. She’s been a very solid defensive
presence for us.”
Meanwhile, the Gulls improve to 5-3
overall and 1-1 in league play, equaling their
win total in league all of last season.
The Fishermen drop to 0-2 in league, and
return to action Saturday in the Vernonia
A member of the Seaside
Rotary Youth Exchange, Lent
missed last year’s soccer season
after attending school in Turkey.
She is now the starting goal-
keeper for the Gulls, and in last
week’s Clatsop Clash against As-
toria, Lent denied the Lady Fish-
ermen a goal in a scoreless tie.
Valley Catholic over Seaside
Fourth-ranked Valley Catholic defeated
Seaside in three games at the Gulls’ Nest, 25-
12, 26-24, 25-20, in a Cowapa League vol-
leyball match Sept. 20.
Valley’s Regan Dean went on a sev-
en-point serving run to close out the irst set.
Seaside came back strong in Game 2 and
led 23-19. A sideout by the Valiants, fol-
lowed by a Seaside hitting error, a Valley
ace and another Seaside hitting error, tied the
game at 23-23.
Both teams battled hard in a long rally,
ending in a kill by Seaside’s Maddi Utti to
put Seaside up, 24-23.
But a kill by Dean on the outside tied it at
24-24, and the Valiants scored the next two
points on a Seaside hitting error and another
kill from Dean.
Utti led the Gulls with 14 kills, while Al-
yssia Gonzales had ive. Jetta Ideue inished
with 13 digs and was 100 percent from the
service line for Seaside.
COWAPA LEAGUE STANDINGS
(League records, through Sept. 26)
Valley Catholic Valiants
(Wins, Losses, Ties)
A four-sport letterman (cross
country, soccer, basketball,
track), Januik has won awards
and received recognition in all
Last week, he inished ifth
out of 441 runners in his race in
the Sept. 17 3-Course Challenge.
A few days later, he scored unas-
sisted with just over 20 minutes
left to give Seaside a 2-1 win
over Astoria in the Clatsop Clash.
He assisted on the other goal.
SEAGULLS VARSITY SCOREBOARD
Scappooose 62, Seaside 6
41 14 0 7—62
Scp: Michael Gift 49 pass from Quinn
Searle (Jerad Toman run)
Scp: Nate Rieman 33 pass from Searle
(Benji Davidson kick)
Scp: Toman 2 run (kick blocked)
Scp: Gift 8 pass from Searle (Davidson
Scp: Searle 47 run (Davidson kick)
Scp: Trey Bispham 20 fumble return
Scp: Colton Bush 2 run (Davidson
Scp: Toman 37 run (Davidson kick)
Sea: Alexander Teubner 10 pass from
Garret Kiser (pass failed)
Scp: Carson Witt 9 run (Davidson kick)
JEFF TER HAR/SEASIDE SIGNAL
Seaside’s Maddi Utti had 20 kills, leading the Gulls to a three-game sweep over Astoria,
despite the blocking eforts of Jacqueline Jarrett, left.
MONDAY, OCT. 3
JV Football — Astoria at Seaside,
Broadway Field, 6 p.m.
TUESDAY, OCT. 4
Volleyball — Seaside at Astoria,
THURSDAY, OCT. 6
Volleyball — Seaside at Valley Cath-
olic, 6:45 p.m.
FRIDAY, OCT. 7
Football — Seaside at Valley Catholic,
SATURDAY, OCT. 8
Volleyball — Seaside Tournament,
MONDAY, OCT. 10
JV Football — Seaside at North
Marion, 5:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12
Volleyball — Tillamook at Seaside,
Seaside High School, 6:45 p.m.
FRIDAY, OCT. 14
Football — Tillamook at Seaside
(Homecoming), Broadway Field, 7
SATURDAY, OCT. 15
Volleyball — Seaside at Philomath,
MONDAY, OCT. 17
JV Football — Seaside at Tillamook,
TUESDAY, OCT. 18
Volleyball — Seaside at Banks, 6:45
FRIDAY, OCT. 21
Football — Seaside at Banks, 7 p.m.
MONDAY, OCT. 24
JV Football — Banks at Seaside,
Broadway Field, 6 p.m.
Gulls ninth among
big schools at Nike
EO Media Group
ORTLAND — In search of
the best competition they
can ind, the Astoria and
Seaside cross country teams both
took part in the Nike Portland XC
meet, held Saturday at the Portland
Meadows Race Track.
Seaside took part in the
5,000-meter Division 1 race, and
— facing many schools over twice
their size — inished ninth out of 22
schools in the team standings.
Gulls’ senior Bradley Rzewnic-
ki inished 10th out of 117 runners,
covering the course in 16 minutes,
23 seconds. Teammate Rai Sibo-
ny was 25th in 16:39, and Jackson
Januik placed 37th (16:54).
The Astoria boys placed 22nd
out of 27 schools in the team stand-
ings of the 5,000-meter Division 3
race, highlighted by a fourth-place
inish from senior Lucas Caruana,
out of 188 runners. Caruana covered
the course in a personal best 16 min-
utes, 59 seconds.
For the Astoria girls, McKenzie
Burnett crossed the line in 21:41 to
place 17th out of 128 runners in the
5,000 Division 3 race.
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