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One win from a perfect season
October 18, 2013 10:15 pm

Brookings-Harbor High School senior Derek Hodge (22) tries to avoid getting spiked by a Pacific defender after shooting on goal during the Bruins’ 5-0 victory on Thursday. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
With Thursday’s 5-0 victory over the visiting Pirates of Pacific High School, the Brookings-Harbor High School boys soccer team has moved one step closer to having a perfect regular season all wrapped up to stand at 13-0-0.

Not only does the Bruins’ record mean they are the undisputed Far West League champions, they are also the top ranked team in the state at the OSAA 4A level.

Bruins lose on the road
October 18, 2013 10:14 pm

Two minutes and 15 seconds into the game and three touchdowns had already been scored as the Brookings-Harbor High School football team lost 6-59 to the Bulldogs of North Bend on Friday.

The Bulldogs started the scoring madness with a single-play drive to go up by seven, just 1:42 into the game. 

Lady Bruins lose final FWL home game of the season
October 18, 2013 10:13 pm

Senior Mallory McDonald (2) and junior Courtney Kay (5) go up for a block during the Bruins’ three-game loss on Thursday. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
Despite the Brookings-Harbor High School volleyball team’s final record of 1-11 in Far West League play, Head Coach Sam Greenlee is pleased with what her team has accomplished.

“Moments of greatness,” she said. “When they put it together it is amazing to see what those girls can do. I’ve seen such growth and change in these girls.”

Chinook stacking up in Chetco
October 18, 2013 10:12 pm

Anglers use Kastmasters and other various spoons for Chinook salmon at the Port of Brookings Harbor’s crab pier located on the south jetty, while a group of anglers troll for salmon in the background. The Pilot/Larry Ellis
At the Oregon South Coast Fishermen’s meeting held last Wednesday, it was announced that this year, four Lamiglas rod-and-reel combos will be raffled off to anglers who catch a hatchery Chinook in the Chetco River.   But there is a catch to the catch.  The snout of your fish must contain a coded wire tag.

The raffles are an incentive by ODFW to get anglers to turn in their hatchery salmon snouts. So if your fish is missing an adipose fin, make sure to visit the kiosk at the Port of Brookings Harbor fillet station.  Inside the kiosk are plastic bags and forms to fill out.  Directions on how to cut off the snout and place the items in the plastic bag are clearly explained on the outside of the kiosk.

Boys win big at Myrtle Point
October 15, 2013 10:35 pm

For the third consecutive year, the Brookings-Harbor High School cross country boys and girls teams have won the combined score championship trophy at the Myrtle Point Invitational cross country meet.

The boys followed first-place finisher sophomore Chris Burton to a first-place boys team finish where the top five Bruins finished in the top seven places overall. 

Volleyball loses in 3
October 15, 2013 10:35 pm

The Brookings-Harbor High School volleyball team played for a cause Tuesday night — to bring awareness to the fight against breast cancer — but it wasn’t enough as they lost to a top-ranked Marshfield Pirates team in three straight games, 14-25, 15-25, 11-25.

“Marshfield is number one for a reason,” Head Coach Sam Greenlee said. “They talk, they go out and they are very, very consistent; and they don’t get down on themselves.”

Bruins dominate the pitch
October 15, 2013 10:34 pm

Brookings-Harbor High School senior Nels Johnson heads the ball at the goal during the Bruins 13-0 domination of the South Umpqua Lancers on Tuesday afternoon. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
It could probably have been a one-and-done kind of afternoon for the Brookings-Harbor High School girls and boys soccer teams — they should have scored one goal and allowed the Lancers of South Umpqua the chance to retire from the field with some dignity.

Instead, the Lancers battled and went home defeated as the boys team put 13 goals in the net and the girls put 11 scores in the goal.

Bruins’ spirit in abundance at homecoming
October 11, 2013 11:29 pm

It was a tough night for the Brookings-Harbor High School football team as they took a 8-41 beating at the hands of the fourth-ranked Siuslaw Vikings, but throughout the night one constant remained: They never gave up.

“We played a good team,” Head Coach Eric Sullivan said. “We did everything we could as far as I could tell. We never gave up.”

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