After a successful meet in Rogue River last week, the Brookings-Harbor High School golf team continued their busy season by competing in the Henley Invitational held at the Arnold Palmer designed Running Y Ranch Golf Course in Klamath Falls on Saturday.
The Bruins followed that meet with a match against Del Norte on Wednesday at the Del Norte Country Club.
Terry Lomax of Brookings takes his first throw off the tee at the 24th and final hole of the Salmon Run Disc Golf Invitational on Saturday.
On Saturday, April 18, 22 disc golfers participated in an event that down the road could help turn a budding sport from fringe to mainstream, with Curry County becoming a mecca for the sport’s enthusiasts.
The inaugural Salmon Run Disc Golf Invitational is something of an anomaly in the disc golf world — disc golf played on a ball golf course.
While there are disc golf courses popping up around the country, including several in Curry County and the surrounding areas, there are very few courses that are being offered at a traditional ball golf course.
Camp attendees compete with and against Bruins players and coaches during a scrimmage on Saturday.
The Brookings-Harbor Youth Football Camp entered its second weekend on Saturday, with youth grades 3-5 competing against and alongside current BHHS players and coaches. The last day of the camp will be from 9-11 a.m. this Saturday at BHHS.
Gold Beach distance runner Avi Gaston and Brookings-Harbor hurdler Shaine Graham each won their respective events at the 15th annual Prefontaine Rotary Invitational on Saturday at Marshfield High School.
Over 30 schools from Oregon, California and Washington competed at the prestigious event that is one of the largest meets in the state of Oregon outside of the state championships.