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State Championships Preview: Bruins, Lady Panthers face tough tests in today’s playoff match-ups

Here’s a short preview of what to expect when the Brookings-Harbor baseball and Gold Beach softball teams open the first-round of the playoffs on Wednesday.

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Free Fishing Weekend June 4-5

SALEM — Free Fishing Weekend in Oregon is June 4-5, and many events are planned around the state to help families make the most of this opportunity.

During Free Fishing Weekend, fishing licenses, tags and endorsements are not required anywhere in Oregon.

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Lady Panthers earn league’s top-seed after 16-7 win over Waldport

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Gold Beach's Heidi Hancock went 2-4 with two RBI in the Lady Panthers win over Waldport on Friday.

The Gold Beach Lady Panthers continued their dominance over the Sunset League Conference as they claimed the league’s No. 1 playoff seed with a 16-7 win over Waldport on Friday at Buffington Park.

Gold Beach (13-7) found themselves down 1-0 early to Waldport (12-9), who defeated Reedsport, 15-5, earlier in the day to earn a spot in the league championship game.

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Bruins upset Sisters to advance

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The Brookings-Harbor Bruins surround Shaan Amin, center, after he made a running catch to preserve a 1-0 play-in round victory over Sisters on Thursday.

Baseball can be a cruel sport. Make a catch, and you win a do-or-die game. If the ball drops in, your season is over.

That’s what faced the Brookings-Harbor Bruins in the seventh inning of their play-in game against the Sisters Outlaws.

Down 1-0, Sisters had loaded the bases and were a base hit away from heading to the state playoffs.

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KMZ salmon season opens next week

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Rocky Warren of Medford, was fishing on Friday after the wind started dying down and caught this lingcod out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

The Oregon all-salmon-except-coho season will open one week from today, Saturday, May 28 for ocean salmon anglers fishing in the Oregon Klamath Management Zone (KMZ). 

The Oregon KMZ includes a wide expanse of ocean from Humbug Mountain, south to the Oregon/California border, an area that includes both the Port of Brookings Harbor and the Port of Gold Beach. Most of the salmon that will be caught will be Chinook, which are also called kings.

We recreational fishermen always love it when the commercial fishermen get to fish earlier than the sport fishermen, because the commercials have a way of pinning down exactly where the fish will be when the recreational season finally does open.

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Trout stream fishing opens May 22

SALEM -— Trout fishing enthusiasts can turn their attention to Oregon’s rivers and streams on Sunday when many of the state’s moving waters open for retention of trout.

Dozens of rivers and streams, including some of the state’s lesser known and explored tributaries, will open for trout fishing on Sunday, May 22.

While many lakes and some rivers are open year around, or opened earlier this spring, additional waters will now be available for trout anglers to explore.

 

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Freeman, James make 1st team all-league

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Bruins junior David Freeman was named to the Far West League 1st team as a utility player. File photo.

Brookings-Harbor baseball players David Freeman and Noah James were selected to the first team as the Far West League all-league honors were announced this week.

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Golden girls shine

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Both Gold Beach’s Avi Gaston, left, and Paris Newdall qualified for this weekend’s state finals in multiple events. File photo.

A trio of Gold Beach girls track and field athletes combined for five district championships and seven state meet qualifications after competing at the 2A-4 Sunset Conference District Championships last weekend at Bandon High School.

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Schreiber, boys relay headed to state

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Bryce Darrett, foreground, and Igor Steendahl make up one-half of the Bruins 4x400-relay team that finished second at the Far West League districts. File photo.

The Brookings-Harbor High School track and field team will be sending five athletes to the state championships this weekend.

Junior pole vaulter Abbey Schreiber, along with the Bruins 4x400-meter relay team, will be heading to Hayward Field at the University of Oregon to compete in the OSAA 4A State Championships on Friday and Saturday.

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