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Stars shine against Bulldogs

Bruin midfielder Alex Anaya, left, celebrates after scoring the game-winning goal against North Bend. Lady Bruin Siena Worthey, center on ground, celebrates with teammates after scoring a game-tying goal against the Bulldogs.

With MVP and 1st team all-state accolades comes expectations — athletes deserving of such status are expected to be counted on when their team needs it most.

Lady Bruins forward Siena Worthey, last season’s MVP of the Far West League, and Bruins midfielder Alex Anaya, Co-MVP of the FWL, each scored clutch goals in the biggest games of the season on Thursday against North Bend.


Bruins fall in season finale

Lady Bruin Ashley Shew goes for a kill during Thursday's game against South Umpqua.

The Lady Bruins volleyball team finished their season on Thursday in a straight set loss to South Umpqua at BHHS.

Brookings-Harbor (1-17, 0-10) fell in straight sets, 25-17, 25-11 and 25-12.


Make fish-ade while the getting is good

Fred Buckalew and Chuck Henley, both from Brookings caught a couple of fish sticks full of black rockfish and blue rockfish on Thursday while fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

Crabbing for Dungeness crab in the ocean is now closed to recreational anglers until Dec. 1, but there is still some crabbing to be had inside the Chetco Bay, because bays, estuaries, beaches, tide pools, piers and jetties still remain open to the retention of the dungies during the closed season, that is unless it is noted otherwise under “special regulations.”

For some unknown reason, there has been more red rock crab showing up in anglers’ butterfly crap traps recently off the Port of Brookings Harbor’s crab pier and south jetty than in years past, and a few fishermen have taken advantage of the opportunity to carpe crabum.

The limit for red rock crab is 24 crab; any sex; any size, and there have been a few nice big ones being hauled in. The action is far from red hot, but it’s enough to keep a few of the locals chowing down on their favorite crab recipes.


Azalea Invitational features middle schoolers

Cross-country runners from Azalea, left, and Riley Creek Middle Schools, center, lead the pack at the beginning of the boys race at the Azalea Invitational on Wednesday. Submitted photo.

At this event, they are second fiddle no more.

Several middle school cross-country teams arrived at Azalea Park on Wednesday for a unique race they could call their own — the Azalea Invitational.


Lady Bruins show fight in loss

Lady Bruins Malia Leddy, center, and Jocely Kay, right, make a block on North Bendís Cody Wallace during North Bendís straight set win over BHHS on Tuesday.

The numbers don’t always tell the story.

Wearing their pink jerseys to honor breast cancer awareness during their annual “Pink Night” game, the Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins lost in straight sets to the North Bend Bulldogs, 25-21, 25-18 and 25-15.

But what the scored doesn’t tell you  is that the Lady Bruins played their most competitive volleyball of the season — grabbing leads in each game and playing gritty throughout the entirety of the match.


Bruins down Devils, Bulldogs up next

Lady Bruins forward Siena Worthey had two goals and an assist against Coquille on Tuesday. Submitted photo.

The Brookings-Harbor Bruins and Lady Bruins soccer teams trounced the Coquille Red Devils on Tuesday at Coquille High School, setting up a huge match-up with North Bend on Thursday.


Bruins win final two meets before districts

At some point in every season, when athletes and teams have to prove that success is not just an anomaly.

The Brookings--Harbor Bruins boys cross country team is at the precipice of proving themselves the elite cross-country team in the Far West League this season after winning overall boys team titles at their recent two events.


Lady Panthersí dynamic duo finishing atop meets heading into district final

Gold Beach cross-country runner Avi Gaston and Kaitlin Armstrong finished in the top two spots at the Myrtle Point Invitational on Saturday.

Gaston ran a time of 21:32, her second-best time of the season, to finish five seconds ahead of Armstrong, who finished in the top 5 for the 6th time in seven meets.


Sports Briefs Oct. 14, 2015


Bruins earn homecoming win

Bruins running back Alonzo Nalls, who had 149 yards and a touchdown in the game, attempts to flee the Trojans defense on Friday.

It all came together for the Brookings-Harbor Bruins football team on Friday night in a homecoming contest against the Douglas Trojans.

Bruin quarterback Russ Nickels passed for three touchdowns, running back Alonzo Nalls had 149 yards and a stingy Bruins defense shutout the Trojans for two-and-a-half quarters as the Bruins defeated Douglas, 27-12 on Friday night.

“We knew if we played well, we liked our chances,” said Bruins head coach Drew Carter. “These seniors deserve a lot of credit. They’ve bought in, gave it everything they have and it really paid off tonight.”


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