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Freeman, James make 1st team all-league

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.


Golden girls shine

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.


Schreiber, boys relay headed to state

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.


Lady Panthers repeat as Sunset champs

Gold Beach’s Jade Piper, left, and Hailey Timeus pose with their home run balls after the Lady Panthers beat Reedsport, 13-6, to win their second-consecutive Sunset Conference championship. Submitted photo.

The Gold Beach Lady Panthers softball team came through when it counted most.

Entering Friday’s season-finale against Reedsport, Gold Beach held a slim, one-game lead over the Braves for first place in the 2A/1A-Special District 5 League, a.k.a. the Sunset Conference.

When the dust settled, it was the Lady Panthers who, for the second-straight season, claimed the league title.


Bottomfishing superb, Halibut season opens

There is nothing more beautiful than the brilliant coloration of a freshly-caught vermilion rockfish as shown by Soon Ae Phillips of Brookings on a recent trip the author took with her and her husband last week aboard the High Hopes II out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

Fishing for rockfish and lingcod continued to thrill Brookings-area anglers last week as flat-calm ocean conditions beckoned anglers to throw their favorite rockfish and lingcod lures. Most people were catching their rockfish and lings anywhere from Bird Island uphill toward Mack Arch, however the bottom grabbers were caught downhill toward Akin Point as well.

Limits were common, with a plethora of rockfish being caught. I had the opportunity of fishing aboard the High Hopes II on Wednesday, and the three of us caught a wide variety of rockfish species, including canary rockfish, vermilion rockfish, black rockfish, and even one large yellowtail rockfish.


Pirates oust Lady Bruins

Lady Bruin Hailee Murray's double in the 6th-inning broke up a no-hit bid by Marhsfield's Mackenzie Johnson on Tuesday. Photo by Rhiannon Lile.

The Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins softball team ended their season on Tuesday with a 12-0, six inning loss to the 9th-ranked Marshfield Pirates on Tuesday at BHHS.


Lady Panthers win sets up huge season-finale

Winning back-to-back league titles is never easy, and for the Gold Beach Lady Panthers softball team, it will take one more game for them to be crowned Sunset Conference champions for a second-consecutive season.


Bruins finish 4th, miss qualifying for state

A tremendous season that saw vast improvement came to an end for the Brookings-Harbor High School golf team on Tuesday, as the Bruins finished in 4th-place at the 4A Special District 3 Championships — failing to qualify for the state finals.


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