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FWL honors 7 BHHS players
May 29, 2013 01:11 am

FWL All-League award winners are (back row from left): Hannah Baron, Kayla Webre, Courtney Kay, Alaura Marrington and Hannah Goergen, Megan Strain (front row, left) and Mariahn Seavello. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
Head Coach Steve Bonde had words of praise for each of his players as he presented Far West League All-League honors and varsity letter certificates to the members of the BHHS varsity softball team at Tuesday night’s softball banquet.

Members of the team receiving their varsity letter included team manager Easton Scaggs, seniors Mariah Baron and Kayla Webre; juniors Morgan Early, Mimi Fernandez, Samantha Henry, Megan Strain, Alaura Marrington, Mariahn Seavello, Hannah Baron and Hannah Goergen and sophomore Courtney Kay.

Bruins compete at state
May 24, 2013 07:50 pm
Junior David Joyce rounds the corner in the 200-meter dash at the OSAA State Track and Field Championships in Eugene on Friday. Joyce and other Bruins will compete in more events today.
With the first day of competition out of the way at the OSAA 4A State Track and Field championships the Brookings-Harbor High School Bruins have not qualified for the finals in any of the four events in which they competed. Despite the failure to qualify, the Bruins still have three events to go.
Anglers bagging salmon, halibut and rockfish
May 24, 2013 07:48 pm

Memorial Day Weekend is a big deal for Brookings Harbor fishing aficionados — always has been, always will be. This weekend is no exception. Weather permitting, both freshwater and saltwater anglers can look forward to catching a plethora of fish species.

Records fall to state qualifiers
May 21, 2013 08:53 pm

Third-leg Gabe Brazelton gets ready to hand the baton to anchor-leg David Joyce as the Bruins cruised to victory in the 4x100-meter relay at Saturday’s Far West League track and field championships. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
The ’staches are going to state.

That was the catch phrase for the Brookings-Harbor High School track and field team on Saturday at the Far West League district track meet.

Local disc golf gains in popularity
May 21, 2013 08:51 pm

Crescent City resident Justina Lockhart heaves her drive on hole 2 at the Beachfront Park disc golf course in Crescent City. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
There is no better feeling for some people than looking over a large park-like setting filled with trees, bushes, grass and dirt and seeing your marked target hundreds of feet away; chains dangling enticing your best shot. 

You step onto the pad, line up and let the disc sail through the air, with high hopes of hearing the clanking of metal links as the disc completes its’ weightless flight right into the basket.

Athletes compete at championships
May 17, 2013 08:35 pm

Junior David Joyce coasts to a finish in the 200-meter dash at the Far West League district track and field championships on Friday at North Bend High School. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
The Brookings-Harbor High School track and field team has yet to qualify a single athlete for the state championships, but Head Coach Jim Keys is confident that the Bruins will qualify during the Far West League district championships that started Friday and concludes today (May 18).

“The boys relay teams and some individuals in the sprints and hurdles have a good chance at making the state meet,” Keys said Friday afternoon.

Ocean Chinook coming soon
May 17, 2013 08:32 pm

Harlo Seefried of Brookings caught this 34-pound Pacific halibut on Thursday while fishing in the ocean out of the Port of Brookings Harbor. The Pilot/Larry Ellis
Brookings Harbor anglers enjoyed another week of great fishing on the big pond catching limits of rockfish and lingcod. Black rockfish are now steadily increasing in numbers and in size, and are making up 95-percent of the limits of rockfish. The other 5-percent are a mixture of China rockfish, vermilion rockfish and blue rockfish.

Lingcod have still been coming into the fish-cleaning station with frequency, although not in the same numbers as in weeks past. Even so, limits have still been common. It seems as though many anglers are either finding hordes of lingcod but can’t find many rockfish, or they’re finding plenty of rockfish but have difficulty getting a ling. About half of the anglers filleting fish are cleaning limits of both rockfish and lingcod.

Lady Bruins fall short in state playoff bid
May 17, 2013 08:29 pm

The Brookings-Harbor High School softball team’s lone run came in the top of the seventh on a towering shot to right-center field that bounced past the outstretched hands of a diving Phoenix outfielder, rolled to the fence and left senior Kayla Webre standing on third with a huge smile after scoring teammate Megan Strain.

“It felt great,” Webre said. “It was one of those things that I struggled with this season; watching the ball and having confidence in myself. I was kind of like, ‘this is it.’ I’m proud that I was able to do something that I’ve been struggling with. 

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