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Taking it one step at a time
August 27, 2013 11:04 pm

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Brookings-Harbor High School senior Justin Murray runs the ball back during punt return practice on Tuesday night. Murray was described by head coach Eric Sullivan as, “someone who is exciting to watch.” The Pilot/Jef Hatch
The Brookings-Harbor High School Bruins football team is set to open the football season on Friday at Phoenix High School and are working hard at one of Head Coach Eric Sullivan’s goals — get better every day.

“My goals are more for every day,” Sullivan said. “I’m a new coach and we’re learning new systems, so my goals are to get better every day. We want to win a league title and go to state but in order to achieve those goals we have to get better every day.”

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Panthers hunting for another title
August 27, 2013 11:03 pm

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One of Gold Beach High School’s football team captains runs the ball during a pre-season scrimmage. The Pilot/Randy Robbins
When the Gold Beach High School (GBHS) football team steps onto the green grass of their home turf — Jay Johnson Stadium — Friday evening for a pre season test against Salem Acadamy, look closely, you might see some swagger.

It’s not arrogance in that walk, it’s measured confidence.

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Ocean to river to boat to plate
August 23, 2013 06:37 pm

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Salmon fishing in the ocean up and down the coast of Northern California and Southern Oregon this year has given anglers enough adrenaline rushes to light up the city of Brookings for a year.

Generally speaking, late August and early September are very good months to be fishing from Eureka, Calif., up to Winchester Bay in Reedsport, not only in the ocean, but also in the some of the rivers as well. This year has been no exception.

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Four courses, four hours
August 23, 2013 06:35 pm

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The sun hadn’t broken over the tops of the hills surrounding Salmon Run golf course when a hand-picked foursome teed off of on the first hole at the beginning of what would be the longest day of golf ever. 

The challenge was to play all four courses — Salmon Run golf course, Kings Valley Golf Course, Del Norte Golf Course and Cedar Bend Golf Club — within an hour’s drive of Brookings in one day.

A hearty group of golfers including Salmon Run General Manager Ed Murdock, Brookings-Harbor High School baseball coach Keith Wallin, Salmon Run Men’s Club member Mike Gross and Curry Coastal Pilot Sports Editor Jef Hatch undertook the challenge and started the first round at Salmon Run at 6 a.m. Wednesday morning.

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Girls soccer sets lofty goals
August 20, 2013 07:48 pm

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Sophomore Hanna Leonard shoots on goal as she is guarded by classmate Alex Ward during a scrimmage following Tuesday mornings practice.
 

As far as goals go, the Brookings-Harbor High School Girls soccer team has just a couple: win the Far West League championship and make it to the state playoffs.

With seven returning seniors lacing up cleats and taking to the pitch on any given Tuesday or Thursday, the 2013 squad may have the keys necessary to make its goals a reality.

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If you collect it they will come
August 16, 2013 07:03 pm

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Abigail Schreiber sits surrounded by just a portion of the cleats for which she and her family are trying to find a home. With sizes ranging from childrens to mens’ size 14, there are cleats for just about everyone who will use them. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
Sports cleats are unique in the world of shoes. Typically only usable on a specific type of field for a specific sport, they get used more sporadically than a pair of tap shoes.

For adults, whose shoe sizes don’t change much after purchasing a pair of cleats, it doesn’t matter that they only use cleats once a week for two months a year. 

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On the Water: Rockfish action continues to be stellar
August 16, 2013 07:02 pm
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Dena James and her son Hoot display one of 20 albacore they caught on Wednesday while trolling purple haze-colored clones 60 miles out of the Port of Brookings Harbor. The Pilot/Larry Ellis
Last week anglers fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor struggled to get salmon to bite in the ocean; nevertheless, salmon are still coming to the fillet tables every day.

Trolling whole herring and whole anchovies have been the two hottest fishing methods, with green label herring edging out anchovies over 50 percent of the time last week.

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