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Panthers face tough league foes in only home meet

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Gold Beach’s T.J. Lilly won both his matches in convincing fashion at Wednesday’s Mountain View Conference Duals meet at Gold Beach High School.

“It definitely wasn’t our best wrestling,” uttered Gold Beach assistant wrestling coach Kyle Johnston after the Panthers went 4-8 in head-to-head matches at Thursday’s Mountain View Conference Duals meet at Gold Beach High School. “We always try to get our guys pointing toward what they did wrong and get better. It’s just not the greatest wrestling we’ve had.”

Of their four wins, 126-pound senior T.J. Lilly earned two of them. Lilly dominated both Riddle’s Jakob Gunn and Reedsport’s Devin Lichte as he controlled both matches from the outset.

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Bruins have successful meet at Nick Lutz Invitational

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The Brookings-Harbor High School wrestling team that competed at the Nick Lutz Invitational (from left to right): Tyson Manion, Jess Fitzhugh, assistant head coach Evan Peterson, Isaiah Ross and Samual Stubna.

Brookings-Harbor High School wrestler Isaiah Ross took first place in the 152-pound weight class as three Bruins wrestlers finished on the medal stand at the Nick Lutz Invitational meet at Siuslaw High School on Saturday.

“Ross the Boss” defeated Cottage Grove’s Rafe Barkley, Gold Beach’s Mac Hagood and Siletz Valley’s Colton Burr by fall to reach the championship match against Elmira’s Mason Walker. Ross dominated Walker in the final, scoring an 11-2 major decision victory.

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Sports Briefs Jan. 24, 2015

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Rain, wind don’t dampen disc golfers

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Salem’s Agro Jackson lets loose a giant throw that put him in position to make a birdie putt late in the competition of the McVay Rock Open. Several pros and amatuers expressed an interest in returning to the course and event in the near future.

Over 2 inches of rain and 30-plus mph winds did little to disrupt the spirits of the Pacific Northwest’s best disc golf professionals as they competed in the inaugural McVay Rock Open Saturday in Brookings.

The event began with a morning session of 13 holes at the disc golf course at McVay Rock State Park, followed by an afternoon competition of 21 holes at Salmon Run golf course.

For the experienced pros and several amateurs competing in the event, the two courses offered contrasting styles and challenges. The blustery winds and sporadic rainstorms made conditions that much more challenging.

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Bruins sweep Vikings in league home opener

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Bruin Christian Edwards scored six straight points to put BHHS in the lead.

Brookings-Harbor High School girls and boys basketball teams hosted the Siuslaw Vikings Tuesday night in BHHS’ first Far West League home games of the season.

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Panthers pick up crucial league wins vs. Bandon

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Gold Beach's C.J. Belanio drilled a 3-pointer with 8.4 seconds left to beat Bandon, 50-48, Tuesday evening at Gold Beach High School. File Photo.

The Gold Beach High School boys and girls basketball teams earned important Sunset Conference wins over the Bandon Tigers on Tuesday at Gold Beach High School.

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Sports Briefs Jan. 21, 2015

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Rain to usher in steelhead

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Sergio Hernandez from Brookings fished with a friend on Tuesday and hauled in limits of lingcod and rockfish on the formidable leadfish while fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

Rain is a double-edged sword. You pray for it one day and pray against it another.  That’s how great the multiplicity of fisheries is on Oregon south coast and California north coast rivers, bays and oceans.

Here’s a perfect example.

With over 22 days of semi-rainless days since Christmas, local-area rivers such as California’s Smith River and Oregon’s Chetco, Rogue, Elk and Sixes rivers continued to drop from plunkable conditions, to drift-fishing, side-drifting and plug-pulling conditions.  I personally only recorded .47 of an inch of rain since Jan. 1.

The Chetco continued dropping to 702 cubic feet per second on Jan. 15, and that’s pretty darned low for Old Man Chetco. The only successful fishermen were getting up at the crack of dawn and long-lining plugs or baby back-bouncing Puff Balls-and-roe.

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Bruins open FWL play against North Bend

The Brookings-Harbor High School boys and girls basketball teams opened Far West League play on Friday against the North Bend Bulldogs at North Bend High School.

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Panthers face Waldport

The Gold Beach Panthers and Lady Panthers travelled to Waldport High School to take on the Irish Friday night.

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