Jan. 22—Astoria has now performed all 4 of its Cowapa League ladies basketball opponents, with the Woman Fish defeating Scappoose (51-20), Tillamook (46-13), St. Helens (64-24) and now Seaside, in a 63-33 Friday night time victory at Seaside.
All 4 Astoria league wins have completed below a working clock, with the Fishermen constructing 30-point fourth quarter leads.
With their common margin of victory at 33.5 factors, the Woman Fishermen have eight video games remaining — all towards the identical 4 groups.
Astoria jumped out to a 13-0 lead in Friday’s win, then prolonged it to 19-2.
Maitlin Younger had three 3-pointers within the first half, and Shelby Bruney added seven factors within the closing minute of the second quarter for a 41-19 lead.
Bruney completed with a game-high 22 factors, adopted by Younger with 19 factors. Kaylee Snyder was high-scorer for Seaside with eight factors.
Ranked third within the newest coaches ballot, Astoria improves to 13-2 general, with the one losses to 3A groups Banks and Corbett.