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RAINIER — Ilwaco’s girls track team had seven top-three finishes, including a first-place run by Erika Glenn in the 400 meters, and finished third overall out of 18 teams at the District track tournament at Rainier Thursday, April 29. Logan Roush added two feet to his previous pole vault mar…

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OAKVILLE — Kolby Glenn scored 26 points as the Naselle Comets won the District IV championship with a 66-51 victory over Willapa Valley Tuesday, June 8.

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NASELLE — It seems only fitting that the high school athletic careers of Naselle High School seniors Kolby Glenn and Jimmy Strange would end with a win and a championship.

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NASELLE — The Lady Comets shook off a 5-5 tie with a 46-6 run starting midway through in the first quarter, on the way to a 74-28 District quarterfinal win over Wishkah Valley Thursday, June 3.

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NASELLE — The Naselle boys basketball team (14-1) opened their quest for a District IV 1B crown by clobbering North River (7-4) 77-41 Thursday, June 3 at Lyle Patterson Gymnasium in Naselle.

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NASELLE — Kolby Glenn put up 30 first-half points and 45 in the game as Naselle crushed Firm Foundation 84-28 Saturday. A running clock throughout the second half was the only thing that could…

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NASELLE — Getting 21 points from Jimmy Strange, the Comets thumped Taholah 74-37 Wednesday, May 12.

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NASELLE — Kolby Glenn lit up Pe Ell for 30 points as Naselle cruised to a 76-30 victory Wednesday, May 5.

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NASELLE — Pe Ell stormed back from a 32-11 deficit to beat Naselle 49-45 Wednesday, May 5. Annika Mason scored 16 of her 17 points in the second half to lead the comeback.

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NASELLE — Accolades continue for Jeff Eaton, who retired this spring after more than 30 years coaching the Comets football team.

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RAINIER — Ilwaco’s girls track team had seven top-three finishes, including a first-place run by Erika Glenn in the 400 meters, and finished third overall out of 18 teams at the District track…

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NASELLE — The Naselle Comets (7-2) captured the 1B Pacific League Championship by crushing the Mossyrock Vikings (4-3) 14-4 Thursday, April 22 in Naselle.

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NASELLE — After blazing through their first five opponents by a combined 80-13 margin, the Naselle baseball team met their match in Montesano during a doubleheader Thursday, April 15 in Nasell…

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SOUTH BEND — Naselle track athletes positioned themselves for this week’s season-ending District 4 championships at their next-to-last meet Thursday.

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NASELLE — The Naselle Lady Comets (3-1) pulverized the Wishkah Valley Loggers (1-2) 23-3 in a 1B Coastal League matchup on Monday, April 12 in Naselle.

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NASELLE — Senior football captain Jimmy Strange had a busy Saturday night. The Comets running back scored four of Naselle’s 10 touchdowns — and was crowned Homecoming King at halftime.

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WESTPORT — There are some sore shoulders on the Ocosta football team this week after the Naselle Comets drubbed the Wildcats 52-12 on Saturday night in Westport.

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Last Wednesday the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) changed its plan for high school sports reopening in response to the new “Roadmap to Recovery” announced by Gov. Jay I…

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Monday’s announcement from Gov. Jay Inslee that all Washington schools will be closed throughout the remainder of the 2019-2020 year dashed hopes that high-school athletes could still compete …

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PACIFIC COUNTY — With high schools in Washington state closed through at least April 24 to stop the spread of the new coronavirus, there will be no school athletic events or practices througho…

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SPOKANE — The Comets left Spokane with the third-place trophy and a very strong case that they are the second-best team in the state after coming back for an overtime quarterfinal win, taking …

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The Odessa Tigers proved they are more than just Ryan Moffet, reaching the State final with a semifinal 62-56 victory over Naselle Friday in a game where Ethan Lindstrom kept their sharp-shoot…

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SPOKANE – Naselle's boys team reached semifinals with an overtime win and Willapa Valley's boys pulled off the day's most shocking upset at the b-school state basketball tournament Thursday.

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YAKIMA — Kolby Glenn put on a point guard clinic in the second half, bringing Naselle a win against one of Eastern Washington’s elite teams heading into next week’s State tournament. Glenn’s p…

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AUBURN — Bella Colombo’s three-pointer with under three minutes to go put Naselle ahead for good on the way to a 43-39 Regionals victory over Muckleshoot Tribal Friday, Feb. 28. The win sends …

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Naselle center Jackie Steenerson was named Columbia Valley League co-MVP with Leah Pearson of Columbia Adventist Academy.

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MONTESANO — Naselle took down Mary M. Knight 70-55 in the must-win second-place game at District Saturday, Feb. 22. The win clinched spots at both Regionals and State.

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MONTESANO — Delaney Kragerud’s layup got Naselle to overtime, but a clutch three by Ashley Hidalgo late in OT put Taholah on the way to a 50-40 District finals win Thursday, Feb 20.

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MONTESANO — Izaiah Mowitch dominated near the basket, scoring 34 points in Taholah’s 58-53 district finals victory over Naselle Thursday, Feb. 20. Naselle came back from a double-digit deficit…

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CASTLE ROCK — Bella Colombo and Jackie Steenerson were volleyball teammates this year, and they made a volleyball-style play, cooperating to save the ball in-bounds in the early minutes of the…