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Lady Bruins show fight in loss

Lady Bruins Malia Leddy, center, and Jocely Kay, right, make a block on North Bendís Cody Wallace during North Bendís straight set win over BHHS on Tuesday.

The numbers don’t always tell the story.

Wearing their pink jerseys to honor breast cancer awareness during their annual “Pink Night” game, the Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins lost in straight sets to the North Bend Bulldogs, 25-21, 25-18 and 25-15.

But what the scored doesn’t tell you  is that the Lady Bruins played their most competitive volleyball of the season — grabbing leads in each game and playing gritty throughout the entirety of the match.


Bruins down Devils, Bulldogs up next

Lady Bruins forward Siena Worthey had two goals and an assist against Coquille on Tuesday. Submitted photo.

The Brookings-Harbor Bruins and Lady Bruins soccer teams trounced the Coquille Red Devils on Tuesday at Coquille High School, setting up a huge match-up with North Bend on Thursday.


Bruins win final two meets before districts

At some point in every season, when athletes and teams have to prove that success is not just an anomaly.

The Brookings--Harbor Bruins boys cross country team is at the precipice of proving themselves the elite cross-country team in the Far West League this season after winning overall boys team titles at their recent two events.


Lady Panthersí dynamic duo finishing atop meets heading into district final

Gold Beach cross-country runner Avi Gaston and Kaitlin Armstrong finished in the top two spots at the Myrtle Point Invitational on Saturday.

Gaston ran a time of 21:32, her second-best time of the season, to finish five seconds ahead of Armstrong, who finished in the top 5 for the 6th time in seven meets.


Sports Briefs Oct. 14, 2015


Bruins earn homecoming win

Bruins running back Alonzo Nalls, who had 149 yards and a touchdown in the game, attempts to flee the Trojans defense on Friday.

It all came together for the Brookings-Harbor Bruins football team on Friday night in a homecoming contest against the Douglas Trojans.

Bruin quarterback Russ Nickels passed for three touchdowns, running back Alonzo Nalls had 149 yards and a stingy Bruins defense shutout the Trojans for two-and-a-half quarters as the Bruins defeated Douglas, 27-12 on Friday night.

“We knew if we played well, we liked our chances,” said Bruins head coach Drew Carter. “These seniors deserve a lot of credit. They’ve bought in, gave it everything they have and it really paid off tonight.”


Gold Beach Roundup: Irish beats Panthers

A batted ball was all that kept the Gold Beach Panthers football team from winning their first game of the season on Friday at Waldport High School.

Leading 12-10 in the second half the Panthers (0-6, 0-2) saw their lead slip away as the Irish drove 65 yards and scored on a short run to take an 18-12 lead.


Any fish you wish for local anglers

Brian and Carol Hansen from Klamath Falls put the hurtiní on some nice chrome-bright Chinook while trolling spinnerbait/anchovy combos on the lower Rogue bay last week.

Counting today, anglers have only two days left where they can troll in the ocean in the Chetco Bubble Fishery. The season will officially end one hour after sunset on Sunday, Oct. 11.

And although the overall bite might still be considered slow-to-fair at best, for those who stuck it out, there were occasional moments during the day where the fishing perked up and multiple hookups were observed for 20 minutes at a time.

On one particular day last week, I counted somewhere in the neighborhood of 180 boats on the water which were trolling the area from Chetco Point to the whistle buoy. And there were several out-of-town fishermen who were among them.


Bruins, Lady Bruins beat Douglas

The Brookings-Harbor Bruins and Lady Bruins soccer teams keep cruising right along this season — picking up wins against Douglas on Thursday at Douglas High School.


Lady Bruins downed by Siuslaw in straight sets

The Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins volleyball team fell in straight sets to the Siuslaw Vikings, 25-10, 25-12 and 25-11 on Thursday at Siuslaw High School.


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