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Teams honor athletes

Three Brookings-Harbor High School athletic teams held their season-ending award banquets Tuesday night, honoring varsity letter, team award and Far West League All-League honors recipients.

The BHHS football, boys soccer and cross country teams each began their banquet at 6 p.m. to honor their athletes.


Gold Beach dominates 35-0

Gold Beach High School junior running back Colton Pearson threads his way between a cadre of Central Linn Cobras on his way to a touchdown in Friday night’s OSAA 2A state playoff game. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
It’s been said that the Cobra is one of the deadliest creatures on earth, but Friday night the Panthers of Gold Beach High School pulled the Central Linn Cobra’s fangs and proved that — at least in OSAA 2A football -— the Panther is the deadliest of all.

Gold Beach High School beat Central Linn 35-0 in a game where the Cobras could only enter the Panthers’ redzone, but never score.


On the Water: Fish the correct depth for best success

Fishermen line the Chetco River, almost elbow to elbow during the opening week to fish for Chinook salmon. With fish waiting for higher water flows to continue up river, the fishermen are out in droves to take advantage. The Pilot/Larry Ellis
“I got one,” one angler exclaimed last Monday on the north bank of Social Security Bar after the Chetco River opened for the retention of Chinook above river mile 2.2 on November 2.

“No you don’t — you got me,” said another angler directly across from him on the south side of the river.


Lady Bruins advance to Elite 8


Panthers prep for playoffs


Chetco/Winchuck rivers open

The Chetco and Winchuck rivers are scheduled to open today (Nov. 2), but there will be protective harvest restrictions in place.

Due to extremely low flows and a forecast of rain that has yet to come to fruition, anglers may only harvest one wild Chinook per day, with a 10 wild fish seasonal limit.


Steep, winding paths lead to beautiful rewards

Sunlight streams through an opening in the canopy to shine on a young Redwood along the Damnation Creek Trail south of Crescent City. The Pilot/Don Iler
I finally figured out why I was the only I had seen on the trail that day, a sunny, if brisk, Sunday in October, the kind of day that drives one outdoors one more time before the rains start. 

The hike from Damnation Creek is steep. Really steep. And having the body of a heavy reader made my return trip back to the car a little more difficult than it should have been. 


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