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Bruins compete at Rogue River meet

The Brookings-Harbor High School golf team continued their season on Thursday with a meet at Laurel Hill Golf Course in Central Point.

Bruin Fernando Lira shot a low round of 43 to lead Brookings-Harbor for the tournament.

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Bruins only Oregon team at HDNL meet

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Brookings-Harbor’s Chris Burton runs during the 800-meter event at the HDNL No.2 meet on Wednesday at Del Norte High School.

The Brookings-Harbor High School track and field team faced 12 Northern California teams as the lone Oregon representative at Wednesday’s Humboldt-Del Norte League No. 2 meet at Del Norte High School.

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Local girls softball team to play in Medford

The Brookings-Harbor Surfside Bruins 14-and-younger softball team is in Medford today to play in the American Softball Association’s Turf Wars Tournament.

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Brookings-Harbor Rotary Invitational: Big turnout - rain and shine

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BHHS sprinter Juan Cortez (right) wins his 100-meter dash heat during Saturday's BHHS Rotary Invitational track meet.

The weather at Saturday’s annual Brookings-Harbor Rotary Invitational track and field meet created a unique situation for the athletes competing for the 13 schools in attendance. 

The morning showers created a wet track and chilly conditions, but by the afternoon, several hours of sunshine dried the track out  meaning athletes had to adapt on the fly to how they prepared for their events.

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Bruins open Far West League against Marshfield

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Bruins catcher Jess Fitzhugh tags out Marshfield's D.J. Herrington during the Pirates 7-1 win on Tuesday at BHHS.

The Brookings-Harbor High School baseball and softball teams opened the Far West League season against the Marshfield Pirates on Tuesday.

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Rain causes several game cancellations

The recent rainstorms that hit the Southern Oregon coast on Saturday and Tuesday wreaked havoc with the Gold Beach baseball and softball schedules. 

Saturday’s morning rainfall, which did not let up until the early afternoon, caused a cancellation of the Panthers baseball game against Brookings-Harbor that was scheduled for 1 p.m. at GBHS.

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Bruins nearly upset state’s No.1

With all due respect to the top-ranked Hidden Valley, the Brookings-Harbor Bruins outplayed the host Mustangs in nearly every facet of the game on Wednesday.

The Bruins outhit the Mustangs (8-3), played better defense, and didn’t allow a Hidden Valley hit after the third inning.

But the Bruins, who had several opportunities to get tie or take the lead in the latter half of the game, were unable to capitalize and feel to Hidden Valley, 3-2.

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Once again, lingcod action red hot

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Marshal Brose and Dylan Robinson from Red Bluff, California caught limits of lingcod and rockfish on Wednesday out of the Port of Brooknigs Harbor while fishing with Dave Castellanos of Cast Guide Service

If there is nothing more tenacious than a lingcod, it is perhaps the lingcod warriors who pursue them. 

This past week, anglers had plenty of opportunity to prove their tenacity when ocean conditions that were as flat as a sheet of liquid mercury beckoned fishermen to trip the ling fantastic out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

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Rough weather, course tests young Bruins

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BHHS golfer Mackenzie Edwards shot a 128 to earn a top-5 spot at the Marshfield Invitational.

The young Brookings-Harbor Bruins golf team were tested by cold, rainy weather that made a difficult course all the tougher when they competed at the Marshfield Invitational Golf Tournament at the Bandon Dunes Golf Course on Monday.

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