Members of both the Gold Beach (green jerseys) and Brookings-Harbor (dark blue jerseys) girls cross country teams take off at the start of the Myrtle Point Invitational.
Brookings-Harbor High School distance runner Chris Burton finished first to lead the Bruin boys team to the overall team title at the Myrtle Point Invitational cross country meet last Saturday at Myrtle Point High School.
Gold Beach’s Sadie Allen (left) makes a play in front of Bandon’s Raelyn Freitag during the Panthers “Pink Out” game to benefit breast cancer awareness Thursday at Gold Beach High School. Photo courtesy of Mandy Pearson.
Sometimes, even if you lose, you still win.
That was the case for the Gold Beach Panthers volleyball team as they split a pair of games this week, but came out winners, literally and figuratively, on both occasions.
BHHS’ Luka Frazier makes a play during the Lady Bruins 11-0 victory over the South Umpqua Lancers on Thursday.
The Brookings-Harbor High School soccer programs have enjoyed great success this season. Bruins head coach Gabe Anaya and Lady Bruins head coach Fernando Villa have guided their young, talented teams to the upper echelon of the Far West League and potential playoff births.
Both teams were in action at South Umpqua on Thursday to take on the Lancers.