Members of the BHHS cross country team practice on Monday afternoon.
For the past five years, Brookings-Harbor High School cross country coach Terry Axel has been taking a group of BHHS cross country and track athletes to a camp in the Sierra Nevada mountains that is unlike a typical summer camp.
From July 26 through Aug. 1 campers trained for the upcoming cross country season by competing against 68 other athletes in activities that tested their will and forged their solidarity.
The Brookings-Harbor Shoe Exchange has over seven crates of soccer and football cleats in stock and are making them available to the public on a daily basis. Contact Linda Schreiber at 541-469-9850 for information.
Golfer Sheri Wood makes a fairway shot during the Groovin' on the Green Ladies Invitational Tournament at Salmon Run golf course on Thursday.
Tie dye and flower power were the fashion choices of the week as Salmon Run golf course held their annual “Groovin’ on the Green “ Ladies Invitational golf tournament this past week.
The tournament, which benefits the Curry County Food Bank, hosted 96 participants over a three day span. The teams wore colorful tie dye T-shirts that made the event resemble the Woodstock Festival more so than a golf course.
Bob Miller from Bakersfield, California caught a limit of white-hot Chinook while fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor on Thursday.
Last week, Chinook fishing in the ocean picked up for anglers trolling anchovies near the whistle buoy in depths of water ranging between 90- and 120-feet deep. Most of the salmon were caught near the bottom, somewhere between 70 and 110 feet on the wire.
For those who may be new to downrigger-fishing jargon, “on the wire” refers to the depth at which anchovies are being trolled by folks who are using downriggers.
Brett Kemp, who belted this fairway shot, is cheered on by Chad Vanderlip (left) and Ryan Ringer during the 17th Annual Stampede Fundraiser Tournament at Cedar Bend Golf Course in Gold Beach on Sunday.
Cedar Bend Golf Course administrators, greenskeepers and volunteers have been working tirelessly for the past two years to restore Gold Beach’s lone golf course to it’s former glory.
Their efforts were on full display this weekend as the course hosted the 17th Annual Stampede Fundraiser Tournament.