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Panthers complete undefeated season with win at Bandon

Gold Beach football players listen as head coach Justin Storns (center) gives instruction. In his first season as head coach, Storns led the Panthers to an undefeated season and a Sunset Conference championship. Photo courtesy of Mandy Pearson.

Seven months ago questions swirled around the proud Gold Beach High School football program. 

With a rookie head coach leading a young team that lacked game experience, many Panther fans wondered if the program’s dominance would remain. 


ODFW to allow more angling techniques Tuesday

Guide Bret Barber fished the Smith and Chetco Rivers on Wednesday to limit out his clients on Chinook salmon, like this 27-pound chrome-bright king.

Mother Nature played a dirty trick on Oregon south coast anglers last week. On Wednesday, Coke-bottle-green river water with perfection visibility that stayed just below 3,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) flowed through most of the Chetco. This water condition is basically eye candy to a salmon addict. I know that if I had been allowed to deploy my drift-fishing, plunking or plug-pulling gear, I would have been raking in the chromers.

But then an anti-snagging rule with a fly fishing and bobber-fishing-only law got in the way.

Most novice anglers who were forced to use bobbers didn’t fare very well last week. However, there were a few anglers in-the-know about the nuances about using a bobber-and-Kwikfish combination who had no problem whatsoever limiting out their clients on chrome-bright Chetco River hawg Chinook.


Bruins host Newport on Saturday

Now the real season begins.

Early Wednesday morning the OSAA released their pairings and seedings for the 4A State Championships. Both the Bruins and Lady Bruins begin runs at a state title beginning this week.


Mussel harvest quarantine lifted along most of California’s coastline

SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced today that the annual quarantine on mussels gathered by sport harvesters from California’s coastal waters ended at midnight Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, for all coastal counties except Ventura County.


Sports Briefs Nov. 1, 2014


Sporthaven Hawg Derby winner

Photo by Larry Ellis/Curry Coastal Pilot

Josh Lewis (center) is presented $3,000.00 on Sunday, Oct. 12 by Cindy and Howard Jones for taking first place at the Sporthaven Hawg Fishing Derby for his 41-pound, 1-ounce Chinook. 

OSAA 4A Championship soccer playoff pairings set

Early Wednesday morning, the OSAA released the playoff pairings and seedings for the 4A State Soccer Championships.

Gold Beach senior hosts an Open

Gold Beach High School senior Brennan Eilek hosted the Pumpkin Open on Oct. 18 at Cedar Bend Golf Course. The event raised over $150 for the GBHS senior trip this Spring.

Gold Beach High School senior Brennan Eilek loves golf so much so that he aims to make a career out of it.

When he was a junior, Eilek began brainstorming ideas for his required senior project and how he could incorporate the sport he loves into the mix.

Eilek wanted a project that was golf related but would also benefit his senior class. After speaking with the brass at the Cedar Bend Golf Course, Eilek was tasked with hosting the Pumpkin Open, held on Oct. 18.


Cubs win, Bears lose in final games

Cubs running back Josh Serna (center) carries the ball against South Humboldt on Saturday at BHHS. Photo courtesy of Michael Davis (davislifestylephotography.com)

The Curry Youth football program hosted teams from South Humboldt at a muddy Brookings-Harbor High School field on Sunday. Here’s an overview of the action.


Despite playoff loss, Panthers season successful

Gold Beach’s Hannah Hooker sends a ball over the net during the Panthers 3-0 win against Toledo on Oct. 22. Photo courtesy of Mandy Pearson.

Looking at their 6-15 record, it would be easy to dub the Gold Beach Panthers volleyball season a losing one. 

While that is technically true, finishing in fourth place in the Sunset Conference and earning six wins after a winless season last year has first year head coach Stephanie Sharbono hopefull for the future. 


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