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Bruins win twilight meet
May 07, 2013 10:07 pm

Kaylee Gorman lands in the sand after jumping 13-02 for second place in Tuesday’s track meet. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
It was an evening of personal records as the Brookings-Harbor High School track and field team won the BHHS Twilight Invitational on Tuesday night.

The Bruins invited six teams but according to assistant coach Joe Sthen, they all dropped out of the meet and only the Red Devils of Coquille arrived ready to compete.

Bruins move one step closer to post-season play
May 07, 2013 10:06 pm

Third baseman Hannah Goergen uses force of will to direct the ball into her glove before throwing the runner out at first in Tuesday’s win over Siuslaw. The PIlot/Jef Hatch
It was a slow first inning for the Brookings-Harbor High School softball team as they took on the Vikings of Siuslaw on Tuesday afternoon. 

Starting pitcher Courtney Kay forced a pop-up and two ground-outs to go three up, three down in the top half of the first, and after Hannah Baron took four straight balls for a walk to first she stole second. Baron then advanced to third on an overthrow by the Vikings catcher before being scored by Hannah Goergen’s line drive single.

Gordon flies solo for state tourney
May 07, 2013 10:02 pm

Brookings-Harbor High School senior Kyle Gordon chips onto the green during the second day of play at the Far West League District tournament. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
For the Brookings-Harbor High School golf team as a whole, Tuesday marked the last day of the 2013 season that they will compete at any level as a team.

For senior Kyle Gordon, a two-day score of 154 over 36 holes was low enough to qualify for the OSAA 4A State Golf Championships at Emerald Valley golf course in Creswell on Monday and Tuesday.

Bruins bring the heat
May 03, 2013 08:48 pm

Junior shortstop Hannah Baron fields a one-hopper during the second game of the Lady Bruins’ doubleheader challenge on Friday against the North Bend Bulldogs. Baron denied the Lady ‘Dogs a number of runs with her defensive skills. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
The Brookings-Harbor High School softball team took no prisoners in Friday night’s doubleheader against North Bend. 

They won the first game 2-1, with starting pitcher Hannah Goergen holding off a seventh-inning rally by the Bulldogs to preserve the win.

Hardballers drop another two on road
May 03, 2013 08:48 pm

The Brookings-Harbor High School baseball team lost both of its doubleheader games to the Bulldogs of North Bend on Friday afternoon.

The first game found the Bruins not scoring a single run as they lost 0-7.

On the Water: Lay of the land can lead to underwater plenty
May 03, 2013 08:47 pm

Fishing last week in the ocean for lingcod and rockfish was no less than spectacular, with excellent numbers of lingcod catches being the highlight of most anglers’ trips. On the day that I went out, the first four lings were caught in less than 30 minutes, and they were all keepers. In the next two hours, the person I was fishing with and I probably released a dozen more lings. Several were bigger than the lings we kept.

I suspect that the great lingcod fishing will continue into next week. As of this writing on Thursday evening, Monday was going to be the National Weather Service’s best call at hitting the water, with a prediction of 5-knot winds or less, coupled with a 1- to 2-foot swell.

Cardboard boats test water before Memorial day race
May 03, 2013 07:57 pm

Port employee Dan Hoover nears the end of Wednesday’s speed and seaworthiness trial in his homemade boat. The Pilot/Desireé Hood
The Port of Brookings Harbor hosted a speed and seaworthiness trial on Wednesday for the Cardboard Boat Regatta event that will start at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, at the port boardwalk. 

“We were trying to think of something new and exciting to do for the Party at the Port,” said Jean Day, marketing and events coordinator for the port. “(Cardboard boats) typically sink unless they are made properly.”

Surfside Bruins rip it up
April 30, 2013 08:37 pm

Outfielder Shawntisha Bailey makes a falling catch during the Surfside Bruins’ 1-12 loss on Sunday. BELOW LEFT: Third baseman Cassidy Chandler digs a hard-hit ball during Sunday’s game against the Humboldt Mist. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
While Sunday’s doubleheader losses may not have been indicative of how good they are, Surfside Bruins Head Coach Tony Baron, says they are much better.

“This home game was not good,” Baron said after recording the team’s second loss of the day. “We have played so much better than this.”

Bruins split doubleheader
April 27, 2013 12:15 am

Brookings-Harbor High School senior Kayla Webre hunts down a fly ball to end the sixth inning after the Bruins loaded the bases and were in danger of losing the lead during the second game of Friday’s doubleheader. The Bruins held on to win the game. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
It was as though someone flipped a switch between the first (Bruins 1, Lancers 7) and second (Bruins 5, Lancers 1) games of the BHHS softball team’s doubleheader against South Umpqua on Friday and gave the Lady Bruins some much needed energy.

“You could look in their eyes and see that they were glazed over and they were lost in dreamland,” Head Coach Steve Bonde said. “In between games I just told them they needed to wake up. The played much better ball in the second game.”

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