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Timber! AMS downs Redwood
February 05, 2013 08:42 pm

Eighth-grader Dustin Lea (43), left, takes a clear lane to the basket for two in the Bruins’ victory over the Raiders on Monday. Seventh-grader Christopher Hart, right, gets hammered out of his clear lane by a Redwood defender. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
The Azalea Middle School seventh and eighth grade boys basketball teams continued to win with lopsided victories over the visiting Raiders of Redwood.

Far West League dual-meet champs
February 01, 2013 09:08 pm
Brookings-Harbor High School 126-pounder Bubba Spencer looks for an arm bar while keeping pressure on South Umpqua’s Jake Gunn. Spencer would pin Gunn, giving the Bruins an early six-point edge over the Lancers. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
Headed into Thursday night’s four-way dual meet at South Umpqua High School, the Brookings-Harbor High School wrestling team was in contention for the Far West League dual-meet title. There were only two challenges facing them: South Umpqua and Douglas high schools.

The Bruins faced the Lancers of South Umpqua in their first match and needed as many points from pins and technical falls as possible while giving up as few points as they could. 

Bruin ballers split games on the road
February 01, 2013 09:06 pm

The Brookings-Harbor High School boys and girls basketball teams headed into Friday nights games against the Bulldogs of North Bend looking for some clarification on their places within their respective leagues.

The girls team wanted to break free of their tie with Douglas and the boys wanted to be out a the four-way tie for second place on the plus side of the situation.

Prepare for the herring run
February 01, 2013 09:05 pm
Kevin Lacy from Citrus Heights, California was fishing on the Chetco on Wednesday with Craig Sutton of Craig Sutton Guide Service when he caught this 17-pound steelhead while side-drifting Puff Balls-and-roe above Loeb State Park. The Pilot/Larry Ellis

It happens every February, just like clockwork. Sometime this month, Pacific herring will be entering Crescent City Harbor to spawn.

Nobody knows for sure exactly when the herring will arrive. They could creep into the harbor tomorrow, the day after tomorrow or one week from tomorrow, but if you’re not locked, loaded and ready to head to the harbor at a moment’s notice, your opportunity at loading the freezer with the best lingcod bait in the world will have come and gone.

Bruins pick up wins on the road
January 29, 2013 08:59 pm

It wasn’t simple, but the Brookings-Harbor High School boys and girls basketball teams claimed dual victories on the road at Douglas High School.

Prepping to be champs
January 29, 2013 08:59 pm
Members of the Brookings-Harbor High School wrestling team warm up prior to a team practice in the Gibney Center at the high school. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
Wrestling is one of the toughest individual sports in which any high school athlete can compete and it takes a special type of personality to be successful on the mat.

“Ninety percent of wrestling is mental,” Brookings-Harbor High School senior C.J. Paxton explained. “If you don’t want it, you won’t win.”

Wheels come off for wrestlers
January 25, 2013 09:29 pm
Brookings-Harbor High School senior Johnny Feuerborn looks to “stack” his opponent in order to win by pin during a match against Springfield High School on Wednesday. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
It was a brutal night for the Brookings-Harbor High School wrestling team as they traveled to Marshfield High School in Coos Bay for a five-team dual wrestling meet and won only three out of 14 matches.

“It was embarrassing,” Head Coach Dave Freeman said of the losses. “It looked like we’ve never wrestled before.” 

Bruins out shot on the road
January 25, 2013 09:27 pm

The first two quarters of the game told the story as the Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins gave up 16 and 12 points in the first and second quarters respectively while only scoring six and five before losing the game 54-35.

The Lady Bruins started cold and were in early foul trouble as they faced the undefeated Lady Bulldogs of Sutherlin, and while they tried to climb back into contention in the third and fourth quarters, it was too little, too late and they fell.

Higher flows make for better fishing
January 25, 2013 09:27 pm
Aut Strunk from Brookings tosses a crab ring into Crescent City Harbor from the B Street Pier. The Pilot/Larry Ellis
Steelhead anglers who have dreaded fishing the low water flows and gin-clear conditions on the Chetco River for the last three weeks can now look forward to fishing in higher flows that not only make their lures work at their best abilities, but also produce more strikes due to turbid water conditions making fish less wary.

Last week, welcome rain produced by several weak cold fronts raised the Chetco River to 4,600 cubic feet per second (cfs) on Thursday, creating picture-perfect river conditions for steelheaders using a multitude of fishing methods.

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