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Bruins get close shave with Illinois Valley

The Brookings-Harbor High School Bruins wrestling team began their season with a dual meet Thursday against perennial power Illinois Valley at Illinois Valley High School.

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Bruins tip off at 60th annual Yreka Tournament

Both the Brookings-Harbor High School girls and boys basketball teams began their season by competing in the 60th annual Yreka Invitational Basketball Tournament that began on Thursday and runs through today.

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Chemistry: the key to success

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Guard Hailey Timeus (center, right) drives the ball toward Savanna Rucker (center, left) and the defense. Both believe Gold Beach has the talent to contend for league and state titles this season.

Hall of Fame baseball manager Casey Stengel was once quoted as saying, “Finding good players is easy. Getting them to play together as a team, that is something else.”

The Gold Beach High School girls basketball team knows the application of these words all too well, as they admit that, though they had the talent to make a playoff run last season, they lacked the team chemistry that’s characteristic of championship teams.

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2014 Brookings-Harbor High School Winter Sports Schedule

2014 Brookings-Harbor High School Winter Sports Schedule

2014 Gold Beach High School Winter Sports Schedule

2014 Gold Beach High School Winter Sports Schedule
 


Sports Briefs Dec. 3, 2014

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Keeping the streak alive

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Members of the Gold Beach High School wrestling team perform strength conditioning exercises during Wednesday's practice.

With success comes expectations. It’s the reason why just making the playoffs isn’t acceptable for powerhouse franchises such as the New York Yankees or Los Angeles Lakers. Consistently competing for, and winning, championships creates an expectation among the athletes, coaches and fans where anything short of a title is a letdown.

In their own way, the Gold Beach High School wrestling team has created similar expectations. The Panthers are currently on a 13-season streak of crowning a state champion. 

First year Gold Beach head coach Beau Hanson, the 2006 215 pound Washington state champion from W.F. West High School who has been an assistant coach under former head coach John Karl the past two seasons, understands he is taking over the most successful sports program at Gold Beach High School, and he plans to continue one of the most impressive championship streaks in Curry County history.

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Panthers to turn up the tempo under Ross

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Gold Beach's Justin Jacobs makes a layup during Wednesday's practice. C.J. Belanio and head coach Jerry Ross look on.

Gold Beach High School boys basketball coach Jerry Ross wants to turn on the jets against his team’s opponents this season.

Ross, who is beginning his second coaching stint with the Panthers, wants his players to turn every game into a track meet — pushing the ball upcourt to get easy buckets and open shots on offense while pressing and trapping and playing in-your-face pressure defense. Ross believes that formula, combined with a wealth of returning talent, will turn the team around from last season’s 8-14 record.

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Ocean crabbing starts Monday — ID your buoys

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Kirk Seward from Idaho caught his limit of Chinook while pulling plugs on the Chetco on Wednesday with guide Gary Farley.

On Monday, December 1, Brookings-area sport fishermen are going to get a rare opportunity to catch Dungeness crab since the ocean season closed 47 days ago on October 16. While it is not rare for sporties to catch crab on opening day, it is rare that they will be sharing it on the exact same opening day as the commercial crabbers, because rarely does the commercial fleet ever settle on a price before the December 1 opener.

If you saw lights flickering on the ocean Friday night, you were probably observing the commercial crabbing flotilla, because the commercials are allowed to set out their pots three days before opening day.

That means that there are going to be hundreds, if not thousands of crab pots out there, so sport fishermen should make darned sure that they are hauling in the correct pots.

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A young team on the rise

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Bruins wrestling assistant coach Bret Curtis works on techniques with BHHS wrestlers during Monday’s practice. Curtis believes each of the five Bruin wrestlers can earn a spot on the podium at every tournament this season.

It’s not often in high school athletics that you look towards underclassmen to lead a team. 

In the case of the Brookings-Harbor High School wrestling team, their experience lies with a junior and two sophomores who return from last season’s squad. Though they are young, the five member BHHS squad looks to perch atop the medal stand at each tournament they compete in this season.

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