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Azalea girls take 3rd at CC Showcase

The Azalea Middle School 7th grade girls basketball team went 2-1 to earn 3rd place at the Crescent City Showcase tournament on Dec. 4-5. Submitted photo.

The Azalea Middle School 7th grade girls basketball team won two of three games over the weekend to take third place at the Crescent City Showcase girls basketball tournament.


Panthers, Lady Panthers drop two in Medford

The Gold Beach High School Panthers and Lady Panthers basketball teams both suffered back-to-back losses at the St. Mary’s Invitational Tournament in Medford on Friday and Saturday.


Season tips off at Yreka

Bruins forward David Freeman drives to the basket in the Bruins 56-52 win over Henley.

Basketball season is here and the Brookings-Harbor Bruins and Lady Bruins basketball teams both won their season-opening games at the Yreka Invitational Tournament on Thursday.


Local rivers rise, await steelhead

T.J. Davis of Jordan Valley travelled 550 miles to fish last week on a calm day out of the Port of Brookings Harbor and was rewarded with rockfish and this lingcod.

A cold front moving inland on Thursday brought the first real significant increase in river height and water flows to the Chetco and Smith Rivers. The National Weather Service is predicting that a series of alternating warm and cold fronts should continue hammering the local vicinity this weekend and into next week, bringing with them even higher water levels and river flows. The resulting rising rivers should also usher in the last batches of Chinook and start escorting the first pods of steelhead into both river systems.


Fitzhugh, Nalls earn pinfall wins against Illinois Valley

Bruin Alonzo Nalls, left, earned pinfall win over Illinois Valley’s Ross Gaynor during a preseason dual meet on Thursday at BHHS.

Bruin wrestlers Jess Fitzhugh and Alonzo Nalls earned grueling pinfall victories to highlight Brookings-Harbor’s dual meet against the Illinois Valley Cougars on Thursday at BHHS.


Panthers rout Umpqua Valley Christian in openers

The Gold Beach Panthers and Lady Panthers basketball teams got their seasons off to resounding starts on Wednesday with routs over the Umpqua Valley Christian Monarchs at UVC High School.


ODFW: 2016 regulations available, licenses on sale

SALEM — Oregon’s 2016 hunting and fishing licenses are on sale now and make great holiday gifts—especially a new youth license for kids that permits fishing, hunting and shellfishing all year for just $10!

The new 2016 Sport Fishing and Big Game Regulations will also be in stores this week. Hunters and anglers will notice a new look to the regulations this year. “We’ve heard from sportsmen that the regulations can be confusing,” said Rick Hargrave, ODFW Information and Education Administrator. “We’ve made an effort to simplify them and hope they are easier to understand.” 


Brookings-Harbor Wrestling Preview: Bruins bolstered by big turnout

Tyson Manion, left, practices with Jess Fitzhugh during a recent practice on Sunday.

Last season, the Brookings-Harbor Bruins wrestling team consisted of five members, one who never competed due to an injury.

Entering the 2015-16 campaign, the Bruins have approximately 15 wrestlers on their roster, tripling last season’s numbers.


Gold Beach Girls Basketball Preview: Lady Panthers have youth, potential on their side

Gold Beach Lady Panthers head coach Chris Clark, center, instructs his team during a practice last week. The Lady Panthers return all-league guard Hailey Timeus, but are young and untested heading into today’s season opener.

Last year the Gold Beach Lady Panthers varsity basketball team amassed an impressive 20-6 record, nabbing the second spot in the Sunset Conference along the way. 

This year, Lady Panthers head coach Chris Clark wants to try and build on last years success and make another run into post season play, but the six-year veteran coach tends to be a realist and says it’s going to, “take some doing,” to get his young basketball team into fighting shape for the season ahead.


Gold Beach Boys Basketball Preview: Panthers ‘get up to speed’ ahead of opener

Panther head coach Jerry Ross, center, puts his players through a rebounding passing drill. Ross believes his team has the talent to win and has challenged his players to put forth the hard work necessary to become league champions.

Gold Beach Panthers hoops boss Jerry Ross knows a thing or two about round ball.

After all, he’s previously taken two Gold Beach Lady Panthers teams to the state championships and won it all. But the veteran coach has no illusions about where his responsibility as a coach ends, and his player’s begins. 


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