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Brookings Booster Club to hold crab feed fundraiser
March 07, 2013 08:08 am

The Brookings-Harbor High School Booster Club will hold a crab feed to raise funds in support of the Power and Leadership Club at the high school.

Lady Bruins earn quarterfinal berth
March 04, 2013 07:16 am

With a Saturday win over Cottage Grove, the Brookings-Harbor High girls basketball team has earned a trip to the final rounds in Corvallis next weekend.

The Lady Bruins are matched up with Mazama High of Klamath Falls at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 6, at Gill Coliseum on the campus of Oregon State University.

The other teams in the OSAA Girls 4A Basketball Championship Bracket are Cascade, La SallePrep, La Brande, Banks, Junction City and Sutherlin.

Watch the bracket results through the tourney by clicking here.

Watch for a preview of the team's trip to the playoffs in the Wednesday, March 6, edition of the Curry Coastal Pilot.

52-87 defeat ends Bruins’ bid for title
March 04, 2013 07:34 am


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The charge to the state finals came crumbling to a halt for the Brookings-Harbor High School boys basketball team on Friday night as they lost in the first round of the playoffs to top ranked North Valley High School, 52-87.

The Bruins kept the game close through the first half of the first period, not giving the Knights a chance to sneak away, but several turnovers and a number of mental mistakes allowed North Valley to open up the scoring floodgates and put 23 points on the board to the Bruins’ 14.


On the water: 1.5 million reasons to prep for ocean salmon
March 01, 2013 07:24 pm

Sharpen your hooks, tie your leaders and buy bait! Ocean salmon anglers from Brookings to Eureka can expect another terrific ocean salmon season this year. The annual pre-season report for ocean salmon abundance is predicting that 1,561,908 Sacramento and Klamath River Chinook will be finning their way through the ocean this year.

Hannan takes 2nd at state
February 26, 2013 08:36 pm


Senior Cole Hannan, bottom, attempts to take down North Marion’s Lucas Randall during the championship match at the OSAA state tournament on Saturday. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
Qualifying for the finals at the state wrestling tournament was the achievement of a goal, Cole Hannan said. 

Hannan, a Brookings-Harbor High School senior, had been working most of his life to make that goal a reality, and he achieved it after defeating Trevor Olson of Sweet Home in the semi-finals, 8-6.


Lady Bruins win
February 26, 2013 08:33 pm

Bruins’ guard Hannah Baron streaks to the basket in Saturday night’s play-in win over Yamhill-Carlton. With the win, the Bruins advance to a round-of-16 playoff game against Cottage Grove on Saturday. The Pilot/Scott Graves
The Lady Bruins basketball team is on its way to the state playoffs after an exciting 55-26 victory Saturday night over Yamhill-Carlton (YC). 

Both teams started the game aggressively, with Brookings chalking up seven fouls and YC with 10 by halftime. The score was an even 15-15. 

Power propels Bruins' Hannan to final round
February 22, 2013 08:59 pm

BHHS senior Cole Hannan returns his opponent, Joshua Long of Astoria, to the mat during Friday's victory at the OSAA 4A state wrestling championships.

They say all roads lead to Rome. In the case of Brookings-Harbor High School senior Cole Hannan, Rome is the final round of the 4A OSAA State Wrestling Championships. 

With a first-round pin of Astoria High School sophomore Joshua Long in the second period, Hannan took the first step on his way to achieving his goal of becoming a state champion in the 145-pound division.

“It feels good,” Hannan said of the win. “From here on out, I won’t be as tired. The first match is always a gas burner because you’re so wound up about being here.”

If you jig it they will come
February 22, 2013 08:56 pm

ODFW STEP Biologist John Weber holds aloft some herring he caught while fishing with his dog, Griff.

Pacific herring are continuing to fill ice chests and buckets for California and Oregon anglers who are jigging with baitfish rigs or throwing cast nets in Crescent City Harbor.

Last week, Todd Confer, ODFW District Fisheries biologist, John Weber, ODFW’s STEP biologist and I fished from a sled and probably jigged over 300 herring.

Bruins stay alive with big win against Indians
February 22, 2013 08:51 pm

Junior Justin Murray drives through the lane on his way to 2 points in the BHHS Bruins’ victory over the Molalla Indians on Friday night.

In a game that mattered most — go big, or go home — the Brookings-Harbor High School boys basketball team went big: 20 points in the first quarter on its way to a 51-46 victory over the Indians of Molalla.

As far as first quarter points go, 20 isn’t that big a number, teams routinely score 20 points in a single quarter, but when it’s paired with limiting the opposition to just 4, it is huge.

“I don’t know,” junior Jake Vaughn said. “We just focused for the game, we were super pumped up and coach gave us a great speech before the game. We’ve been working super hard on defense in practice and it paid off.”

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