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Sports Briefs Sept. 27, 2014

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Chinook bubble season opens Wednesday

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Dee Shurtleff of Brookings is shown fighting a large salmon he hooked on an antique Crystal Lure while casting and retrieving the spoon on the crab pier at the South Jetty in the Port of Brookings Harbor.

The countdown has begun. Salmon anglers aching to troll an anchovy in the ocean outside the Port of Brookings will have one last chance to hook a Chinook this coming Wednesday when the Chetco Ocean Terminal fishery opens from October 1-12.  The only thing that will prevent fishermen from crossing the bar is inclement weather.

During this year’s season, anglers will be able to keep two Chinook daily with certain stipulations. Only one fish a day may be wild, and only five wild fish may be kept for the October fishery.  Hatchery fish, however may make up part or all of the daily limit for the entire season.

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Bruins, Lady Bruins pillage the Pirates

Both BHHS girls and boys soccer teams shut out the Marshfield Pirates on Thursday at Marshfield High School.

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Panthers earn tough win over St. Mary’s

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Gold Beach running back Colton Pearson navigates through the St. Mary's defense during the Panthers' 14-12 win on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Mandy Pearson.

In what could be described as a character defining win, the Gold Beach Panthers football team dealt with 90-plus degree weather, a case of “fumble-itis”, and a last ditch effort by their opponent to earn a 14-12 victory over the St. Mary’s Crusaders on Saturday in Medford.

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Teams sharp in routs of South Umpqua

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Lady Bruins forward Hanna Leonard scored a goal and three assists against the South Umpqua Lancers on Tuesday.

The Brookings-Harbor High School Bruins and Lady Bruins soccer teams routed the South Umpqua Lancers by a combined score of 24-0 on Tuesday at BHHS.

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Lady Bruins improve in loss to Douglas

Not all losses are the same, just ask BHHS head volleyball coach Samantha Greenlee.

The Lady Bruins looked flat and uninspired in last week’s loss to Del Norte. On Tuesday BHHS played with more effort and it showed in a 25-18, 25-18 and 25-21 loss to the Douglas Trojans at Douglas High School.

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Young Panthers lose to Tigers, 3-0

The Gold Beach Panthers volleyball team fell in straight sets to the Bandon Tigers, 25-23, 25-9 and 25-9 on Tuesday at Bandon High School, but head coach Stephanie Sharbono sees a young, tough team that keeps improving with each game.

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Bruins fall to Miners, 48-6

The Yreka Miners used a big second quarter to down the Brookings-Harbor High School Bruins, 48-6 Friday night at Yreka High School.

Miner quarterback Tyler Curry scored on a 1-yard keeper on Yreka’s opening drive to give the Miners a 7-0 lead. 

The Bruins defense kept the score at 7-0 when linebacker Christian Hooper intercepted a Curry pass at the Bruin 9-yard-line. 

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Chetco and Rogue Bay picking up

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Robert Berg of Brookings holds five of the numerous albacore that he, his wife Tiffany and his son Tommy caught last Saturday while fishing out of the Port of Charleston.

Don’t give up on tuna just yet. Last week, Brookings anglers who towed their boats up to the ports of Bandon and Charleston hauled in limits or near limits of albacore in the 8- to 10-pound arena, what tuna aficionados call “peanuts.”

This month has been unseasonably mild for tuna hunters, allowing moderate seas and subsequent warm tuna water to creep in fairly close off of the ports of Bandon and Coos Bay.

Finding them was easy. September is the month of jumpers, a month when you can see hundreds of schooling fish porpoising out of the water.

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Burton wins, Gustafson 3rd at Bullards

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Gold Beach freshman Avi Gustafson continues to impress, finishing in 3rd place in just her third varsity race. Photo courtesy of Tom Hutton.
 

The illness that affected BHHS’ top distance runner Chris Burton at last weekend’s Bruin Invitational didn’t effect him for long, as he cruised to an 18:13.26 first place finish at the Bullards Invitational last Tuesday at Bullard’s Beach State Park in Bandon.

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