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Commission adopts ocean salmon/halibut seasons

BANDON — The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission set ocean salmon fishing seasons in state waters based on what was decided by the PFMC on April 14. Fishery managers are taking a cautious approach for 2016 coho seasons due to an overforecast in 2015 and poor ocean conditions that could impact this year’s return.

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South coast fishing is kids stuff

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Benny Kuroda from Brookings, Oregon had no problem slaying limits of striped surfperch last week at a local-area Brookings beach.

It’s great being a third grader in Curry County. 

Last week, and this coming week, every third grader from schools ranging from Brookings all the way up to Port Orford learned how to catch trout at Arizona Pond, an ODFW facility north of Gold Beach that caters only to youths 17 years and younger.

And every third grader participating in the program got to take home the very trout they learned how to catch; cleaned, cold and ready to cook for their family dinner.

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Clutch perfomances lead to win

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Gold Beach shortstop Hailey Timeus tags out a Reedsport runner during Wednesday's game at Buffington Park.

For the defending league-champion Gold Beach Lady Panthers, Wednesday’s afternoon showdown with the Reedsport Braves wasn’t just another league contest.

Both Gold Beach and Reedsport entered the game tied for 2nd-place in the 2A/1A-Special District 5 League with identical 4-1 records.

And it took some excellent team defense, clutch hitting by one of Gold Beach’s bright young stars, and the steely nerves of pitcher Kayleanna Ridens for the Lady Panthers to squeak out a 2-1 victory over the Braves.

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Bruins blast lowly Pirates in sweep

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Bruins catcher Jess Fitzhugh belts a run-scoring single during the Bruins doubleheader sweep over Marshfield on Thursday.

The Brookings-Harbor Bruins baseball team took another huge step in earning a playoff spot, and possibly their first league title since 2007, with a doubleheader sweep over last-place Marshfield on Thursday at BHHS.

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Pitcherís duel goes Bravesí way

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Panthers pitcher Jacob Carpenter allowed just four hits in a loss to Reedsport.

For seven innings on Wednesday, Gold Beach’s Jacob Carpenter and Reedsport’s Griffin Kaufman treated those in attendance to a classic pitcher’s duel.

Ultimately, Kaufman and the Braves were just a little better than the Panthers in a 3-0 Reedsport victory at Gold Beach High School.

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Bruins medal at Rogue River

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The BHHS golf team surrounds Dillon Serna, center, who is holding the teamís 2nd-place trophy after they finished with a score of 159 at the Rogue River Invitational on Monday. Serna is flanked by low-score junior varsity medalist Jonathan Alllen to his right, and Bret Darger, who finished with the third-lowest varsity score, on his left. Submitted photo.

The Brookings-Harbor High School golf team has been steadily improving over the past two season under head coach Gary Early, and the hard work is beginning to pay off.

The Bruins shot a combined 159 to finish in second-place at the Rogue River Invitational on Monday at Laurel Hill Golf Course in Central Point.

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Bruins get huge win, Lady Bruins show grit in defeat against Lancers

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Brookings-Harborís Tyrah Baron slides in safely to home plate during the Lady Bruins game against South Umpqua on Tuesday at BHHS. Photo by Rhiannon Lile.

The Brookings-Harbor High School baseball and softball teams faced South Umpqua on Tuesday, with the Bruins looking to remain in the upper echelon of the Far West League and the Lady Bruins aiming to end a losing streak.

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Local teams compete at Prefontaine Rotary meet at Marshfield High School

Track and field athletes from Brookings-Harbor and Gold Beach High Schools joined competitors from over 30 schools at the 16th Annual Prefontaine Rotary Invitational track and field meet on Saturday at Marshfield High School.

As has been the case for both Brookings-Harbor and Gold Beach High School teams this season — the top scores came from the female throwers.

Gold Beach and BHHS athletes dotted the leaderboards for the female throwing events. Lady Bruin Chantelle Nelson had the highest finish of any local athlete — finishing third in the discus with a mark of 101-feet, 8-inches. 

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