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Worthey, Anaya are MVPs of Far West League

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Lady Bruins sophomore forward Siena Worthey was voted the Far West League MVP for the 2014 season.

The results are in and Far West League coaches agree — Brookings-Harbor High School soccer players Siena Worthey and Alex Anaya are MVPs.

Both BHHS soccer stars were voted as MVPs of the Far West League, with Anaya garnering a co-MVP nod with North Bend’s Ian Bream while Worthey won the trophy outright.

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Chetco low water — use bobber

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Ward Ockenden and Al Hungerford from Grants Pass fished with guide Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing last week to catch these strapping Chinook.

It’s that time of the year — when the November hawgs start entering the Chetco River, and that means that Chinook averaging between 20 and 30 pounds will be coming to the fish cleaning station with regularity, just like they did last week!

Luckily, November Chinook don’t enter the river all at once. They tend to cross the opening of the jetty jaws in increments over a period of 3 to 4 weeks. And since these fish will be interspersed throughout the river for the entire month, chrome-bright kings can be caught on any given Sunday.

Knowing how to fish for these strapping Chinook will depend on the speed of the river current.

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Local kart racer takes main event

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BSR Racing’s Sophia Bauer poses with her main event trophy she won on Saturday at Roseburg’s River Arena Speedway.

In her first main event of the winter season, BSR Outlaw Kart Racing’s Sophia Bauer took home first place in Saturday’s main event race of the Pee Wee Beginner Box class at the River Arena Speedway in Roseburg.

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Bruins seasons end in postseason

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Lady Bruin Hanna Leonard (right) is consoled by a teammate after BHHS' 1-0 loss to Gladstone on Tuesday.

The Brookings-Harbor High School boys and girls soccer teams’ seasons ended this week with postseason losses.

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Gaston medals as three local athletes run in state meet

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Brookings-Harbor's Chris Burton (left) competed in the OSAA 4A Cross Country State Championship meet at Lane Community College in Eugene on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Charlotte Burton.

In her freshman year, Gold Beach standout cross country runner Avi Gaston has been nothing short of impressive. Gaston completed her fantastic rookie season with a ninth place finish at Saturday’s OSAA 3A/2A/1A State Cross Country Championships.

Gaston, who said the cool, early morning running conditions were “perfect,” ran a 20:08, for her second fastest time of the season to claim a medal in her first state championship meet.

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Panthers host Oakridge on Saturday in 2A playoff opener

The Gold Beach Panthers football team, sporting an undefeated record after claiming the Sunset Conference crown this season, will host the Oakridge Warriors at 2 p.m. Saturday at Gold Beach High School.

The Panthers (9-0, 6-0) enter the playoffs as the fourth ranked team in the OSAA 2A section, averaging 33 points-per-game on offense while allowing just 10.7 points-per-game defensively.

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Panthers complete undefeated season with win at Bandon

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Gold Beach football players listen as head coach Justin Storns (center) gives instruction. In his first season as head coach, Storns led the Panthers to an undefeated season and a Sunset Conference championship. Photo courtesy of Mandy Pearson.

Seven months ago questions swirled around the proud Gold Beach High School football program. 

With a rookie head coach leading a young team that lacked game experience, many Panther fans wondered if the program’s dominance would remain. 

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ODFW to allow more angling techniques Tuesday

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Guide Bret Barber fished the Smith and Chetco Rivers on Wednesday to limit out his clients on Chinook salmon, like this 27-pound chrome-bright king.

Mother Nature played a dirty trick on Oregon south coast anglers last week. On Wednesday, Coke-bottle-green river water with perfection visibility that stayed just below 3,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) flowed through most of the Chetco. This water condition is basically eye candy to a salmon addict. I know that if I had been allowed to deploy my drift-fishing, plunking or plug-pulling gear, I would have been raking in the chromers.

But then an anti-snagging rule with a fly fishing and bobber-fishing-only law got in the way.

Most novice anglers who were forced to use bobbers didn’t fare very well last week. However, there were a few anglers in-the-know about the nuances about using a bobber-and-Kwikfish combination who had no problem whatsoever limiting out their clients on chrome-bright Chetco River hawg Chinook.

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Bruins host Newport on Saturday

Now the real season begins.

Early Wednesday morning the OSAA released their pairings and seedings for the 4A State Championships. Both the Bruins and Lady Bruins begin runs at a state title beginning this week.

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Mussel harvest quarantine lifted along most of California’s coastline

SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced today that the annual quarantine on mussels gathered by sport harvesters from California’s coastal waters ended at midnight Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, for all coastal counties except Ventura County.

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