Warrenton baseball continues their win streak

After falling behind 1-0, the Warrenton Warriors baseball team scored the last seven runs of the game to cruise to a 7-1 victory. Odin Wilson started, went six innings and struck out 10 batters.

Cam’Ron Daniels came in to relieve Wilson at the top of the seventh inning, and got out of a bases loaded, nobody out jam. Daniels had a strikeout and induced a double play ball to end the game.

At the plate, the Warriors were led by Ryder Sturgell’s two hits, and Talon McGrorty’s two RBIs. In total, the Warriors had eight hits and stole six bases.

Astoria golf impresses against St. Helens

It was an impressive day on the links for Astoria High School boys golf. The Fishermen outdueled St. Helens, 366-391.

Astoria had three of the top five finishes and saw Jake O’Connor break into the 80s. O’Connor was followed by Tayden Cole (91), Benjamin Murdock (92), Ian McHone (95) and Kevin Dunn (106).

Seaside softball battles, but falls short

After three innings, it looked like Seaside softball was on the verge of pulling off a massive upset.

The Seaside Seagulls were away, taking on the St. Helens Lions. Seaside went into the fifth inning up 3-0, but errors once again were costly for the Seagulls.

Four errors let St. Helens chip away at Seaside’s lead. St. Helens tied the game at 3-3 in the sixth and then walked off in the bottom of the ninth, 4-3.

Seaside’s pitching combination of Carly Corder and Lydia Klumper only gave up one earned run to a talented St. Helens offense.

Seaside will look to build on this performance with a road game against Parkrose High School on Friday.