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Lady Bruins lose in three

Brookings-Harbor High School senior Mallory McDonald stretches for the ball in the first game of a three-game match against the Lancers of South Umpqua. The Bruins lost all three games. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
A three-game (23-25, 21-25, 18-25) loss to the now 2-8 South Umpqua Lancers put the Bruins volleyball squad solidly in last place with a 1-8 record and only three matches remaining in the season. 

For the eight seniors on the team the last three games are just as important as the first three were.


Bruins lose by 30 to Douglas

Brookings-Harbor High School senior tight end Calvin Watwood (87) makes a leaping grab for a touchdown in Friday night’s football game. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
According to Head Coach Eric Sullivan’s post-game speech, the Brookings-Harbor High School football team had moments of brilliance and now they just need to put them all together in a unified effort. 

These words, after the Bruins lost Friday night’s football game 13-43 to the Trojans of Douglas, rang true for most of the players.


Bruins face tough Coquille

Brookings-Harbor High School senior Wyatt Aldrich (23) streaks past a Coquille defender in the Bruins 1-0 victory on Thursday.
In what may be one of the toughest defenses the Brookings-Harbor boys soccer team will face all season, the Bruins were able to get the ball in the net the one time it was needed and claim a 1-0 victory over the Red Devils of Coquille.

“Well, it’s a win,” Head Coach Gabe Anaya said. “It was a little rough to play with the wind. We had a lot of chances to score and we just weren’t calm enough to get them in.”


Girls overcome 1st-half woes

Brookings-Harbor High School junior Crystal Rodriguez (17) shoots on goal during the first half of Thursday’s 6-1 victory over Coquille.
A stiff breeze blowing in off the ocean certainly didn’t help matters as the Brookings-Harbor High School girls soccer team claimed a 6-1 victory.

With the wind in their faces the first half, the Lady Bruins allowed the Coquille Lady Red Devils a single goal in the half while going scoreless themselves.


Don’t be afraid to can


Cross country Bruins continue to shave seconds

Cross country runners at Brookings-Harbor High School are giving Head Coach Terry Axel pause.

Not because they are running too slowly or are getting lost all the time, but because they are constantly beating their personal records and have forced him to rethink his incentive strategies.


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