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Lady Bruins tie, Bruins fall in first place matches at North Bend

Outside of the playoffs, games don’t get much bigger than this.

Both Brookings-Harbor High School boys and girls soccer teams entered Thursday’s games against North Bend tied for the lead in the Far West League with the Bulldogs. 


Salmon fishing on fire for local anglers

Darcy Potter from Roseburg caught this 25-pound 10-ounce Chinook in the ocean by trolling a diver-and-whole herring combo while fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor on Thursday.

I live for this time of year.  The sweet smell of Autumn has definitely pervaded the air, and with that heavenly scent, Mother Nature’s salmon bouquet is enticing salmon warriors to harvest copious quantities of corpulent kings in the ocean outside of the Port of Brookings Harbor, in addition to the Rogue River estuary and Chetco River bay as well.

Anglers in the Rogue Bay are definitely enjoying one of their finest seasons in over a decade.


BHHS wins first set of season in loss at South Umpqua; Panthers split past two games

Curry County prep volleyballers were in action on Thursday as they turn the corner on the halfway point of the season and look to make a statement down the stretch run of their schedules.


Sports Briefs Oct. 4, 2014


Lady Bruins sunk by Siuslaw, 3-0

BHHS’ Courtney Kay makes a play at the net in the Lady Bruins' 3-0 loss Tuesday at BHHS.

The Brookings-Harbor High School volleyball team played their best game of the season against the Siuslaw Vikings on Tuesday evening, but have little to show for it in the win column.

The Lady Bruins (0-9, 0-3), looking to win their first set of the season and snap an 0-8 record, couldn’t sustain a high level of play and fell to the Siuslaw Vikings (8-5, 2-1), 3-0 in straight sets Tuesday evening at BHHS.


Bruins sweep, North Bend next targets

Lady Bruin defender Vanessa Hernandez fights for possession against the Douglas Trojans on Tuesday. Submitted photo.

The Brookings-Harbor High School boys and girls soccer teams won in convincing fashion Tuesday afternoon at Douglas High School, setting up first-place showdowns at North Bend High School on Thursday.


BHHS, Gold Beach run at Woahink Lake

BHHS cross country runner Tristan Husted.

Brookings-Harbor High School’s Tristan Husted continues to improve as she highlighted a successful meet for both BHHS and Gold Beach cross country teams as they competed at the Woahink Lake Invitational last Saturday in Florence.


Sports Briefs Oct. 1, 2014


Pirates upend Bruins, 38-7

Marshfield wide receiver Lance Grigsby grabs the jersey of a teammate while BHHS lineman Dave Freeman tackles him during Friday night's game at BHHS.

The scoreboard doesn’t necessarily tell the whole story.

For the first half of the Brookings-Harbor High School football team’s game against the visiting Marshfield Pirates on Friday, the Bruins fought tooth-and-nail with their opponents from Coos Bay.


Panthers down North Eugene, 22-18

The Gold Beach Panthers football team took another step toward staking their claim as an elite team in the OSAA 2A section by beating the North Eugene Highlanders, 22-18, Friday night in Eugene.


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