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Bruins face Marshfield

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Lady Bruins third baseman Cassidy Chandler readies for a play as Marshfield standout Katelyn Rossback takes a lead during Friday's doubleheader.
 

Looking to avenge losses earlier in the season, the Brookings-Harbor High School baseball and softball teams faced league foe Marshfield in Friday Far West League doubleheaders.

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Gold Beach alone in first after win

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Gold Beach shortstop Hailey Timeus has been key in helping a young Lady Panthers team to an 8-1 first place league record.

It would have been easy for the Gold Beach Lady Panthers to overlook Friday’s game against Siletz Valley, a team they defeated 19-3 back on April 9, and look forward to Tuesday’s game against the second place Waldport Irish.

The Lady Panthers didn’t get to the top of the league by overlooking teams as they defeated winless Siletz Valley, 15-2 in five innings, on Friday at Siletz Valley High School.

 

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Warm salmon opener leaves fishermen cold

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Mike Johnson of Vacaville, California and Craig Cunningham from Clayton, California, fished with Captain Rye Phillips of Wild Rivers Fishing on Friday and scored radically on huge lingasaurs while fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

It was c-c-c-cold in B-B-B-Brookings for salmon aficionados trying to catch a Chinook on the opening day of salmon season in the ocean out of the Port of Brookings Harbor. Actually the weather was sunny and delightful for anglers, but the water temperature was just a little on the ch-ch-ch-chilly side for a salmon’s liking.

A friend and I made tracks for the Oregon/California border on opening day and found consistent 46-degree water everywhere, as did other anglers who tried catching a salmon out of the Port of Brookings Harbor as well as the Port of Crescent City.

To put how cold 46-degree water is for a salmon, it would be just like living in sub-zero temperatures for you and me.

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Bruins tune up for districts with 9-hole match against Del Norte

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Bruins golfer Bret Darger shot a 45 during Wednesday’s 9-hole stroke match against Del Norte.

The Bruins sent a foursome to Salmon Run golf course on Wednesday to play a 9-hole stroke match against a foursome from Del Norte High School.

The BHHS group of Bret Darger (45), Fernando Lira (53), Trevor Herzog (53) and Tyler Sandusky (59) combined for a score of 210, beating Del Norte’s foursome by eight strokes.

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Bruins relay teams sweep at McKinleyville meet

With just one varsity meet left before they compete in the all-important district meet, the Brookings-Harbor High School track and field team headed to McKinleyville to compete in the Humboldt-Del Norte League No. 4 meet at McKinleyville High School on Wednesday.

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Bruins finish second at Salmon Run

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Bruins golfer Bret Darger, who shot a round of 96, hits a fairway shot during Monday's Salmon Run Invitational at Salmon Run golf course.

Golfers from nine Oregon schools, including Brookings-Harbor and Gold Beach High School, descended upon Salmon Run golf course on Monday to compete in the Salmon Run Tournament.

Brookings-Harbor High School shot a combined 391, finishing just five strokes behind North Bend for the overall team title. 

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Bruins teams finish third at South Umpqua meet

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Bruins sprinter Sam Stubna set personal records in both the 100- and 200-meter races at Friday’s South Umpqua Twilight meet.

The Brookings-Harbor High School track team is rounding into form after several athletes recorded season and personal bests at Friday’s South Umpqua Twilight track meet at South Umpqua High School in Myrtle Creek.

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Lady Panthers beat Reedsport, tie with Waldport for first place in league

The Gold Beach Lady Panthers found themselves in a dogfight of a game at Reedsport High School on Tuesday against a team they were tied with on top of the Special District 5 conference standings.

With the game close, and Gold Beach unable to get key hits to extend a lead, it was senior ace Savanna Rucker who put the team on her back and carried them to a 4-1 victory over the Braves.

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