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Panthers take Sunset title, 20-12

The Gold Beach Panthers football team knew exactly what they had to do entering Friday’s game against the Toledo Boomers. 

Tied with Toledo atop the Sunset Conference, the Panthers knew a win at Toledo High School assured them the Sunset Conference crown.


Bruins miss playoffs with 40-7 loss at Siuslaw

The Brookings-Harbor High School Bruins football team entered Friday’s game against Siuslaw tied with the Vikings at 1-3 in Far West League play, giving BHHS and outside shot at a play-in game with a win over the Vikings in Florence.

Unfortunately for the Bruins, Siuslaw spoiled any hopes they had of playing in the postseason as the Vikings defeated BHHS, 40-7, Friday night at Siuslaw High School.


Bears, Cubs fall to Ferndale; final game of season Sunday at BHHS

Bears quarterback Ogden Badger carries the ball against the Ferndale defense last Saturday at BHHS.

The Curry Youth Football Bears single-A and double-A division teams were in action last Sunday against  the Ferndale Mustangs. 



OFDW: No early Chetco opening

If the river lowers and clears to 1,000 cfs, don’t give up on the Chetco River Estuary, trolling anchovies and herring like Bob Rose of Brookings did in this photo.

Friends, Brookingites, fishermen, lend me your ears. The National Weather Service is made up of honorable men.

Their predictions came true last week when the Chetco River shot from 401 cubic feet per second (cfs) up to 14,700 cfs in only three days. Admittedly, that was a badly-needed boost in rain, but the area still needs more rain -— a lot more. But as the old saying goes, be careful what you wish for.

Point of fact. Last week I wished for a major rain all week.  On Wednesday evening my apocalyptic dream came true when a 49-foot Douglas Fir fell on top of my well’s holding tank and crushed the ever-loving daylights out of the well’s tripping mechanism.

Can you smell that?   That’s ozone, son. Nothing else in the world smells like that. I just love the smell of ozone in the morning.


Cross-Country meet at BHHS today

Race route is in red.
Some 150 runners are expected today for the Far West League District Cross-Country meet at Brookings-Harbor High School.

The course runs circles the school campus then heads out to a circuit of Azalea Park and back; drivers are asked to be cautious in the area during the race.

In addition to runners, BHHS Athletic Director expects more than 100 coaches, parents, volunteers and spectators. 

The first race starts at 12:30 p.m., followed by races at 1:15, and 1:45 p.m. 

Lady Bruins: league champs

BHHS forward Siena Worthey (center) celebrates scoring the game's lone goal with Vanessa Hernandez (left) and Drew Farmer.

The Brookings-Harbor High School soccer teams faced the North Bend Bulldogs on Tuesday with league titles at stake.  Here’s how they fared.


Panthers ready for a Sunset showdown

Gold Beach Varsity Football Coach, Justin Storns, has surprised a few people around the state and even in his own home town.

After all, not only has the first-year Panther boss assumed the reins of one of the most prolific prep football programs in the state, but he had also inherited a team with massive holes in it due to the departure of 12 seniors who graduated the year before.

Two and two should have added up to a proverbial ‘rebuilding’ year — one where the new coach and his team get a pass on winning due to their inexperience. Some wanted to pull a sheet over their faces and call it good before the season had even started.

Forget about it.


Lady Bruins drop final two games back-to-back

The Lady Bruins volleyball teams celebrates after winning a point against the Marshfield Pirates during Monday's game at BHHS.

 The Lady Bruins played back-to-back home games this week; hosting a “Volley for the Cure” night on Monday and Senior Night on Tuesday.


Start times moved up for Bruin soccer games

Tuesday’s Brookings-Harbor High School soccer games against the North Bend Bulldogs at BHHS have been moved ahead one hour according to BHHS administrators.


Scoring kings in lower tidewaters

Jarod Perdue from Salem (left) and his brother Jacob from Medford caught these salmon at Social Security Bar on the Chetco River while fishing with guide David Castellanos.

Warning! The fish mentioned in this article may appear larger than they actually are.

Cabezon season — opened or closed? Quota available or attained?

Those are the questions that are being asked by the fishing populace due to a misprint in the Oregon Sportfishing Regulations.

Well, all I have to say is two words.

Carpe cabezoniem!


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