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January 6, 2017
OF THE WEEK
LADY GULLS RACE
PAST LIONS, 82-46
LUM’S AUTO CENTER
By Gary Henley
T. HELENS — St. Helens tried to
run with the Gulls, in a nonleague
girls basketball game Dec. 28 at St.
And that was a big mistake by
the Lions, as Seaside cruised past the former
Cowapa League team, 82-46.
“St. Helens wanted to press the tempo and
get into a track meet,” said Seaside coach
Mike Hawes. “Fortunately we had the best
That was Seaside senior Maddi Utti, who
scored 31 points, with eight rebounds, seven
assists and six steals.
“Maddi was Maddi, but we had contri-
butions from everyone,” Hawes said. “Lucy
Bodner continues to give us good play, and
Gretchen Hoekstre and Anesha Smart played
their best games. Annaka Garhofer came off
the bench for a career-high 14, including three
treys. Everybody played well and contribut-
A sophomore swing player for
the Lady Gulls, Turner performed
well in the Seaside junior varsi-
ty’s recent tournament at Glad-
stone. The team, coached by Tia
Abbey, also owns a winning re-
cord, with seven sophomores on
the roster. Turner also had one of
two Seaside blocked shots in a
varsity win at St. Helens.
Pirates 56, Gulls 51
COOS BAY — Marshfield trailed 13-2 just
minutes into the game, but the Pirates man-
aged to overcome the big first half deficit to
score a 56-51 overtime victory over Seaside,
in a back-and-forth nonleague girls basketball
game Dec. 21.
Tess Garrett’s basket with six seconds
left in regulation tied the game at 48-48, and
the Pirates outscored the Gulls 8-3 in the ex-
tra quarter to snap Seaside’s five-game win
Maddi Utti and Sydney Villegas scored
eight points apiece in the first half, as the Gulls
left the floor with a 28-24 lead at the break.
The Pirates opened the third quarter on
a 10-0 run, highlighted by 3-pointers from
Brandi Thompson and Ravyn Miranda.
But a career game for Seaside’s Bryre Bab-
bitt kept the Gulls in it throughout the second
half, as the junior scored three consecutive
buckets towards the end of the third period to
bring Seaside to within 39-38, and her layup
with 45 seconds left in regulation gave the
Gulls a 45-44 lead.
Marshfield answered with a score at the
JEFF TER HAR/FOR SEASIDE SIGNAL
The Seagulls’ Maddi Utti soars in for two of her game-high 17 points in a December win.
TUESDAY NIGHT MIXED
(THROUGH DEC. 27)
1.Lucky to Spare (20), 2. The Golden
Girls (14), 3. The Choncos (11), 4.
Nine is Good (11), 5. It’s all in the
Hips (10), 6. Eleventh Frame (10), 7.
Scratch Game: Fireballs, 785
Scratch Series: Fireballs, 2,240
Handicap Game: Fireballs, 845
Handicap Series: Lucky to Spare,
Scratch Game: Chris Vandervort, 227
Scratch Series: Chris Vandervort, 595
Handicap Game: Paxton Richards,
Handicap Series: Paxton Richards,
Scratch Game: Lindy Setchfield, 185
Scratch Series: Lindy Setchfield, 507
Handicap Game: Lindy Setchfield,
Handicap Series: Lindy Setchfield,
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
14 23 6—62
22 25 23—93
Seaside 56, Marshfield 46
SEA (56): Chase Januik 18, J.Januik 16,
H.Thompson 9, D.Thompson 7, Babb
MAR (46): Scott Clough 26, Minton
9, Godden 3, Emlet 2, Line 2, Miles 2,
7 15 11 23—56
11 10 11 14—46
(THROUGH DEC. 28)
1.Gearhart Bowl (19), 2. Seagull Flyers
(12), 3. Dutch Rudder (12), 4. Deez
Nutz (12), 5. OMG Rain Makers (10), 6.
Team 4 (8), 7. Bent Nail (4).
Scratch Game: Gearhart Bowl, 743
Scratch Series: Gearhart Bowl, 2,191
Handicap Game: Gearhart Bowl, 807
Handicap Series: Gearhart Bowl,
Scratch Game: Matt Berg, 250
Scratch Series: Matt Berg, 710
Handicap Game: Matt Berg, 250
Handicap Series: Matt Berg, 710
Scratch Game: McKenna Lempea,
The first-year high school
player had a great junior varsi-
ty tournament at Gladstone re-
cently. And with the varsity win-
ning by large margins, Hague
has also seen plenty of action
with the varsity, as the 6-foot-1
freshman guard prepares to play
a large role for the Gulls in the
lowed by Utti with 12. Villegas fouled out ear-
ly in the overtime period with 11 points, while
Jetta Ideue added seven points.
Sophomore Hailey Browning scored 21
points and Garrett finished with 19 for Marsh-
The Pirates came into the game ranked sev-
enth in the latest 4A coaches poll, just ahead
of the No. 8-ranked Gulls.
31-second mark to retake the lead, but the
Gulls took it right back when Villegas scored
and was fouled with 24 seconds remaining,
giving Seaside a 48-46 advantage.
Garrett scored the equalizer with six sec-
onds left in the fourth quarter, and the Pirates’
sophomore made 5-of-8 free throws in over-
time to help Marshfield clinch the win.
Babbitt led Seaside with 16 points, fol-
SEAGULLS VARSITY SCOREBOARD
Scratch Series: McKenna Lempea,
Handicap Game: Shonelle Bode, 205
Handicap Series: McKenna Lempea,
Seaside 93, St. Helens 62
SH (62): Drake Dow 21, Anderson 15,
Minich 7, Ramos 7, Snyder 6, Shaffer
4, Rea 2.
SEA (93): Jackson Januik 24, Payton
Westerholm 19, Chase Januik 18,
Hunter Thompson 15, Duncan
Thompson 12, Attikin Babb 4, Otto
Hoekstre 1, Ryan Hague, Astor
Landwehr, Beau Johnson, Dylan
Seaside 82, St. Helens 46
SEA (82): Maddi Utti 31, Annaka Gar-
hofer 14, Sydney Villegas 10, Anesha
Smart 8, Bryre Babbitt 8, Jetta Ideue 7,
Emy Kiser, Trinity Turner.
26 25 11 20—82
9 11 7—46
Marshfield 56, Seaside 51
SEA (51): Bryre Babbitt 16, Utti 12,
Villegas 11, Ideue 7, Bodner 2, Kiser 2.
MAR (56): Hailey Browning 21,
Garrett 19, Thompson 11, Erickson 3,
13 11 15
one in state
Seagulls from Page 1A
Gulls 56, Pirates 46
COOS BAY — The Seaside
Gulls did not score their usual 80-
plus points — or even 60-plus —
but the Gulls showed that they can
still win on an off night, as they
escaped Marshfield with a 56-46
win over the Pirates in a nonleague
boys basketball game Dec. 21 at
Seaside was held to a sea-
son-low in points, and even trailed
32-29 late in the third quarter, fol-
lowing a layup and score by Marsh-
field’s Scott Clough, who finished
with a game-high 26 points.
But Jackson Januik’s score at
the buzzer to end the third period
gave the Gulls a 33-32 lead, and
Seaside would not trail again.
Hunter Thompson connected
on a 3-pointer early in the fourth,
Chase Januik scored underneath,
and Duncan Thompson’s bank shot
had the Gulls in front with five
minutes left, 42-37.
Still, the Pirates closed to within
45-44, before Seaside was able to
close it out at the free throw line,
where the Gulls were 10-for-12 in
the fourth quarter, as three Marsh-
field starters fouled eventually
Chase Januik led Seaside with
18 points, followed by Jackson
Januik with 16.
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