BHHS sprinter Juan Cortez (right) wins his 100-meter dash heat during Saturday's BHHS Rotary Invitational track meet.
The weather at Saturday’s annual Brookings-Harbor Rotary Invitational track and field meet created a unique situation for the athletes competing for the 13 schools in attendance.
The morning showers created a wet track and chilly conditions, but by the afternoon, several hours of sunshine dried the track out meaning athletes had to adapt on the fly to how they prepared for their events.
Marshal Brose and Dylan Robinson from Red Bluff, California caught limits of lingcod and rockfish on Wednesday out of the Port of Brooknigs Harbor while fishing with Dave Castellanos of Cast Guide Service
If there is nothing more tenacious than a lingcod, it is perhaps the lingcod warriors who pursue them.
This past week, anglers had plenty of opportunity to prove their tenacity when ocean conditions that were as flat as a sheet of liquid mercury beckoned fishermen to trip the ling fantastic out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.
BHHS golfer Mackenzie Edwards shot a 128 to earn a top-5 spot at the Marshfield Invitational.
The young Brookings-Harbor Bruins golf team were tested by cold, rainy weather that made a difficult course all the tougher when they competed at the Marshfield Invitational Golf Tournament at the Bandon Dunes Golf Course on Monday.