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Panthers drop to 0-3 after 41-7 loss to Crusaders

Gold Beach's Trevor Walker, left, and Justin Jacobs tackle St. Mary's Tanner Smith during Friday's game at Gold Beach High School. Photo by Mandy Pearson.

 The Gold Beach Panthers are now 0-3 on the season after a 41-7 loss to St. Mary’s of Medford on Friday at Gold Beach High School.

St. Mary’s used their size advantage to jump out to a 35-0 lead as they dominated the ground game against the undermanned Panthers.


Lady Panthers pick up win against Rogue River

Gold Beach’s Kayleanna Ridens had 7 kills, 7 aces and 11 digs in Tuesday’s win over Rogue River. Photo by Michael Zogg/WesCom News Service.

Steadily and surely, the Gold Beach Lady Panthers volleyball team keeps improving.

The Lady Panthers rode a solid performance by sophomore middle blocker Kayleanna Ridens to a 25-19, 25-23 and 28-26 victory over Rogue River on Tuesday.


Bruins tally 6-0 shutouts of Pirates

Lady Bruins winger Emma Leonard (No. 13) defends against Marshfield’s Katie Whitty on Thursday. Submitted photo.

The Brookings-Harbor Bruins and Lady Bruins soccer teams both tallied 6-0 shutouts against Marshfield Thursday at Marshfield High School.


Lady Bruins’ woes continue

Lady Bruin Jocelyn Kay attempts a block during Thursday's game against Douglas.

The Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins volleyball team dropped their 9th consecutive match to start the season when they fell to the Douglas Trojans, 25-9, 25-12 and 25-9 on Thursday at BHHS.

“We’re falling back into our old routine from last year, where we have this mindset that we are defeated before we step on the court,” said BHHS head coach Emilie Aliamus. “(The Lady Bruins) players say they are ready to play and ready to win, but are not proving it on the court.”


Chinooks show up in estuary

James Tavel of Brookings and a friend caught these two monster kings last week while trolling a spinnerbait/anchovy setup in the Chetco bay last week.

Over the last 34 years I have grown to realize one thing about the Chetco River.  The very first adult Chinook are almost always caught fairly close to September 15. Last Tuesday, I noticed a couple fellow fishermen unloading two hefty chrome-bright kings at the Port of Brookings fish cleaning station.  The two fish each pushed 30 pounds. I also noticed that it was the fifteenth of September.

About an hour later, in sauntered two of the Chetco’s more-celebrated salmon warriors.  A large, obtrusive salmon  tail was sticking out of their ice chest.  When one of the gents opened the lid, my brains fell out.

“That’s the small one,” said Mark Gasich of Brookings as he began hoisting out the upper behemoth. “The one underneath is bigger.”


Brookings-Harbor, Gold Beach stars shine at Bullards Invitational

Both the Brookings-Harbor and Gold Beach High School cross-country teams travelled to Bandon on Wednesday to compete in the Bullards Invitational, where some familiar names appeared atop the leaderboard.


High School Sports Spectacular available Wednesday

On the cover of this year's special publication: Brookings-Harbor's Alex Anaya, left, and Gold Beach's Skylar Floyd.

Pick up a copy of the Curry Coastal Pilot on Wednesday, Sept. 16 which includes a special publication: The High School Sports Spectacular 2015-2016 Preview. 


Bruins split against Phoenix

Lady Bruins forward Siena Worthey scores a goal with a header off a corner kick from Bailey Neilson during Brookings-Harbors 6-0 rout of the Phoenix Pirates on Saturday at BHHS.

 The Brookings-Harbor High School Bruins and Lady Bruins soccer teams faced Phoenix High School on Saturday, with the Lady Bruins looking dominant while the Bruins faced one of the 4A section’s best teams.


Bruins Invitational turns into big meet

Brookings-Harbor's Chris Burton, left, finished 4th overall in the men's race at the BHHS Invitational on Saturday.

Over 150 runners from 12 different schools, including 6A Grants Pass and defending 4A State Champions Phoenix, competed at the Brookings-Harbor Invitational cross-country meet on Saturday in Brookings.

The influx of teams happened due to a cancellation of the popular Rogue River Chieftain Invitational earlier in the week, which left several big inland schools without a race to compete in.

Hoping to build the popularity of its own invitational, BHHS welcomed Grants Pass, Phoenix and Hidden Valley with open arms -- and the results bode well for the future of the BHHS Invitational.


Lady Bruins fall to Marshfield; to hold canned food drive at Thursday’s game

One could call them the “Busy Bruins.”

Playing four matches in three days will earn a team that moniker.


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