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Bruins tie Mustangs

The Brookings-Harbor High School Bruins soccer team has many new faces this season, and two of them came up big against Hidden Valley on Thursday.

Goals by midfielder Dillon Serna and defender Michael Kreger helped the Bruins to an even 2-2 draw against the Hidden Valley Mustangs at Hidden Valley High School.


Opportunities abound for Labor Day fishing and crabbing

Scott Morris of Redmond, Oregon hoists a big lingcod and one of several salmon that his party caught on Tuesday in the ocean out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

Anglers will be giving the ocean their last shot at catching Chinook this weekend before the general season closes its doors one hour after sunset on Labor Day, Sept. 7.

This has been without a doubt one of the worst salmon-fishing seasons on record excluding the years following the Sacramento River crash in 2008 and 2009.

The salmon projection was high for 2015, but extremely warm tropical-type water associated with an El Nino event, plus a warm water blob in the California current containing an overabundance of the non-nutritious warmwater copepods are currently being blamed for the poor fishing.


Gold Beach 1-2 after busy few days

Gold Beach's Erin Fava makes a play against the Pacific Pirates on Wednesday.

The Gold Beach High School volleyball team has had a busy couple of days.

The Lady Panthers dove right into the 2015 season by playing three games in the span of two days.


Lady Bruins fall to Del Norte in straight sets

Lady Bruins sophomore Hannah Humphrey attempts to block a shot against Del Norte on Thursday. Photo by Michael Zogg/Wescomm News Service

The Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins volleyball team fell to 0-2 this season after losing at home in straight sets to the Del Norte Warriors on Thursday.


Sports Briefs Sept. 5, 2015


Lady Bruins show fight in season-opening loss

Lady Bruins sophomore Ashley Shew serves one of her six aces against Bandon on Tuesday evening.

Suffering from opening day jitters, the Brookings-Harbor High School Lady Bruins volleyball team found themselves down two sets to zero early on in Tuesday’s match-up against the Bandon Lady Tigers at BHHS.

The Lady Bruins shook off the nerves and played intense, competitive volleyball in the third set, but eventually fell, 25-13, 25-18 and 25-23.


Thrills and spills at Curry Fair

David Tucker shows how the “Flying Tiger” got its name during Saturday’s Josh Amos Memorial Tuff Truck race.

In what was arguably the most exciting evening racing fans in these parts have ever seen, two veteran racers took home trophies in the most auspicious of ways.

Bill Hawk, of Cave Junction, was sitting in third place entering his final run and knew he had to put the pedal to the metal if he was to have a chance at winning the Tuff Trucks event.

“I didn’t know it until I was told I was in third place and needed to get first,” said Hawk regarding his approach before his second run. “Everything clicked. That’s how it worked out.”

Hawk ran the course with a time of 35.6, tying Matt Wagner at the end of the race, meaning the two would be pitted in a race-off to determine the winner.


Foursome wins Big Kahuna by 14 strokes

Calvin Maready, left, Josh Coleman, center, and Robert Tribur were part of a group that handled blustery winds to shoot an overall 259 to win the Big Kahuna Tournament on Saturday at Salmon Run golf course. Not pictured: James Morrow.

Saturday’s wind and rain had little to no effect on the foursome of Josh Coleman, Calvin Maready, James Morrow and Robert Tribur as they breezed their way to a 14-stroke victory in the Brookings-Harbor Chamber of Commerce’s Big Kahuna Golf Tournament at Salmon Run golf course.


Brookings-Harbor Youth Football teams lose season openers

Photo by Michael Davis, www.davislifestylephotography.com

Bruins running back Dylan Delgado, left, stiff arms an Arcata defender during the double-A team’s 20-0 loss on Sunday. The single-A team lost, 37-0, to McKinleyville. 

Sports Briefs Sept. 1, 2015


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