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Golf team improving at midseason

The Brookings-Harbor High School golf team continues to improve as they competed against teams such as Sutherlin, Coquille, North Bend, Marshfield and Reedsport on Tuesday at a recent meet at the South Umpqua Golf Resort.


Pacific halibut season opens May 1

Only moments after being given instructions on how to cast by an ODFW employee on Thursday, Kalmiopsis third grader Clarissa Johnson proudly holds a 2-pound trophy rainbow trout that she caught in Arizona Beach Pond.


WARNING — The Flatfish General has warned that being smoked by a white-hot halibut could be hazardous to one’s health — especially if you’re a Pacific halibut on opening day!

Since the Pacific halibut season closed on October 31, anglers have waited 181 agonizingly-long days for the season to reopen again, and on Thursday, May 1, anglers between Humbug Mountain and the Oregon/California border will get their first chance to slay the fatted flattie.


Lady Bruins sweep winless Sutherlin

BHHS pitcher Jessica Yock earned the win in game 1.

The Brookings-Harbor High School softball team got back to their winning ways at Sutherlin High School Friday afternoon with a doubleheader sweep over the winless Bulldogs.


Gymnastics team to hold fundraising dinner and auction

Gymnastics by Design is holding a fund raising event in hopes to raise enough money to send these 14 girls to seven different meets across the state this Fall.

The Gymnastics by Design gymnastics team is hosting a fundraising spaghetti dinner and silent auction from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, April 26 at the Chetco Grange Hall in Harbor.


OFDW announces big game hunt raffle

SALEM—Some people spend thousands of dollars for the chance to hunt a trophy animal anywhere they want in Oregon, but it could cost you less than 5 bucks.

Raffle tickets for one of 12 Oregon special big game hunts are on sale online, at license agents or by mail order/fax, through May 5. 

Winners get to hunt a long season over a large area or even statewide, a privilege for which people often pay thousands of dollars. 


“The Pre” provides a test for area’s best

BHHS' Cody Enos (third runner from right) competes in the 800-meter race at The Pre Invitational track meet at Marshfield High School in Coos Bay.

Several of the best track athletes from across Oregon met at the 14th annual, “The Pre” Rotary Invitational track and field meet last Saturday at Marshfield High School.

The Pre, named after legendary distance runner and former Marshfield standout athlete Steve Prefontaine, is unlike other meets in that only the best two to three athletes per event, per school, are invited to attend. Thus the meet provides a good barometer for any athlete to test themselves against a competitive field before they head into league meets in May.


Little things catch up to Lady Bruins in loss to Lancers

Lady Bruin right fielder Jessica Yock makes a catch as centerfielder Kaitlin Saphiloff backs up the play. BHHS lost the game, 2-1, to the South Umpqua Lancers, who now lead the Lady Bruins by 2.5 games in the Far West League.

In close games, the little things are magnified. A misplayed ball here, a few more inches on a line drive there. When two evenly matched teams have to claw and scratch their way to every hit, every out and every run; it’s the little things that are the difference between a win and a loss. 

The Brookings-Harbor High School softball team suffered a hard fought 2-1 loss to the league-leading South Umpqua Lancers on Tuesday at BHHS, and it was the little things that were their undoing.


Middle of Lancer lineup too much for Bruins to handle

South Umpqua’s Justin Bennett, Conner Clack and Kirstian Evans combined for six hits and six RBI’s as the Lancers defeated the visiting Brookings-Harbor Bruins, 9-5, Friday afternoon.


Lady Bruin pitchers unhittable against Bulldogs

Lady Bruin pitcher Courtney Kay struck out 14 and allowed just one hit in a win over the North Bend Bulldogs.

In what was their best performances of the season, Brookings-Harbor High School pitchers Hannah Goergen and Courtney Kay combined to allow just one hit and no earned runs in a doubleheader sweep over the North Bend Bulldogs at BHHS last Friday.


Bruins drop crucial doubleheader in North Bend

The Brookings-Harbor High School baseball team dropped both games of a doubleheader against league-leading North Bend Bulldogs last Friday, putting North Bend in the driver’s seat for a Far West league title.


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