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Panthers fall to Rogue River, 68-50

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Gold Beach’s Jalen Robison (left) scores two of his team-high 18 points against Rogue River on Tuesday. Photo by Mandy Pearson.

Gold Beach fell to 0-2 on the season as the Panthers lost their second consecutive home game, 68-50, against the Rogue River Chieftains on Tuesday night.

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Lady Bruins take 2nd at Yreka

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The Brookings-Harbor High School girls basketball team pose with the second place trophy they earned at last weekend’s Yreka Invitational Tournament. Photo by Sandy Marks.

The Brookings-Harbor High School boys and girls basketball teams competed at the 60th annual Yreka Basketball Tournament this past weekend, one of the region’s longest running and prestigious early season basketball tournaments.

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Lady Panthers pounce on Chieftans, 64-49

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Lady Panther guard Hailey Timeus shoots during Gold Beach's 64-49 win over Rogue River on Tuesday at Gold Beach High School. Photo by Mandy Pearson.
 

Gold Beach senior forward Savanna Rucker scored a game high 23 points and the Panther defense allowed just 16 points in the first half as the Gold Beach High School girls basketball team defeated  the Rogue River Chieftans, 64-49, Tuesday night at Gold Beach High School.

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Panthers “Battle at the Border”

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Gold Beach’s Si tceles Fry (top) overpowers Del Norte’s Justin Schrader in their second round match at the “Battle at the Border” wrestling meet at Del Norte High School on Saturday. Photo by Melea Burke/WesCom News Service.

The Gold Beach Panthers wrestling team began their season by competing at the “Battle at the Border” wrestling tournament at Del Norte High School on Saturday.

Thomas Keeler was one of three Panther wrestlers that finished in the top-3 in their respective weight classes.

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Mat Club wrestlers top medal stands at “Beast of the West”

The Brookings-Harbor Mat Club continues to put wrestlers atop medal stands.

Most recently, the Mat Club competed at the “Beast of the West” tournament on Dec. 6 at the Hardwood Palace in Rocklin, California.

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Crab season opening fizzles

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Rich Floniker from Brookings caught a variety of rockfish and lingcod while fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor on Wednesday.

Lowering your expectations won’t make you a better crabber this season, but it will certainly make you a less-aggravated one. For the most part, the opening of crab season for the commercial boys was a bust, and by Wednesday, many boats were already pulling, or thinking about pulling their pots and heading north to the Port of Charleston (Coos Bay) and above.

But with flat seas in the Brookings area and, at times, virtually no wind (like on Wednesday), some sport fishermen at least had good ocean conditions, allowing them to scratch a few crab per pot, although the overall average was about half a crab per pot. Those who were the most successful moved their pots around quite a bit, and although the pickings were slim, the crab that were found inside their pots were quite heavy and well filled out.

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Panthers open against Powers

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Gold Beach guard Jeffery Wood dribbles the ball up the floor during Friday evening's game against the Powers Cruisers. Photo by Mandy Pearson.

Gold Beach was in action Friday evening as both the girls and boys basketball teams opened their season against the section 1A Powers High School Cruisers at Gold Beach High School.

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Bruins get close shave with Illinois Valley

The Brookings-Harbor High School Bruins wrestling team began their season with a dual meet Thursday against perennial power Illinois Valley at Illinois Valley High School.

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Bruins tip off at 60th annual Yreka Tournament

Both the Brookings-Harbor High School girls and boys basketball teams began their season by competing in the 60th annual Yreka Invitational Basketball Tournament that began on Thursday and runs through today.

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Chemistry: the key to success

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Guard Hailey Timeus (center, right) drives the ball toward Savanna Rucker (center, left) and the defense. Both believe Gold Beach has the talent to contend for league and state titles this season.

Hall of Fame baseball manager Casey Stengel was once quoted as saying, “Finding good players is easy. Getting them to play together as a team, that is something else.”

The Gold Beach High School girls basketball team knows the application of these words all too well, as they admit that, though they had the talent to make a playoff run last season, they lacked the team chemistry that’s characteristic of championship teams.

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