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Testa dominates Siuslaw in 3-0 shutout win

Bruin Cody Testa pitched a four-hit, complete game shutout over Siuslaw on Tuesday. Photo by Rhiannon Lile.

In what was a classic pitcher’s duel, Bruins sophomore Cody Testa out-pitched Siuslaw freshman Gabe Simington to earn a 3-0 complete-game shutout win over the Vikings on Tuesday at BHHS.

Testa, who is now 3-0 on the season, scattered four hits while striking out seven with three walks.


Pole vault record falls

Brookings-Harborís Abbey Schreiber became the first Lady Bruin in history to clear 10-feet in the pole vault at the BHHS Rotary Invitational on Saturday. Schreiber won the event, breaking a 16-year-old school record in the process.. Her 10-foot mark is tied for the fourth highest in the 4A section. Submitted photo.

On her first attempt at what would become a history-making leap, Brookings-Harbor junior pole vaulter Abbey Schreiber became the first Lady Bruin in the school’s long and storied track and field history to clear 10-feet — breaking Sheena McKay’s 9-09 mark set back in 2000.

Oddly enough, Schreiber never even saw it happen.

“Fun fact: I shut my eyes when I vault,” admitted Schreiber after breaking the mark. “So I can’t exactly tell you what it felt like to go over.”


Bruins deal with heat at Eagle Point

The Brookings-Harbor Bruins golf team finished a respectable fifth out of nine teams while dealing with 96-degree heat at the Eagle Point Invitational at Eagle Point Golf Club on Thursday.

“I put water in them, and on them,” quipped Bruins head coach Gary Early on how he kept his team cool in the extreme temperature.


Ending fishless water is key to success

Brookings resident Joe Whaley and friends caught a variety of rockfish in addition to limiting out on lingcod on Wednesday while fishing outside the Port of Brookings Harbor.

Last week, under beautiful sunny skies and moderately-calm seas, there were a few days when anglers enjoyed chasing rockfish and lingcod anywhere from Bird Island clear up to House Rock.

I noticed that some anglers brought in only a few fish while others limited out on a variety of rockfish as well as lingcod, so depending on who you talked to, the fishing was either very good or very bad.

The most successful and consistent fishermen were using crescent-shaped sinkers in combination with herring or anchovies used on mooching rigs. Almost always, the lingcod are caught on herring while rockfish are caught on anchovies. However, both lings and rockfish have been known to eat both baits.


Comeback kids do it again

The Bruins surround teammate Jon Kleespies after the freshman outfielder hit a game-winning single to beat the Douglas Trojans, 6-5.

A word of advice to Far West League baseball teams — if Jon Kleespies comes to the plate with the game on the line, just walk him.

For the second time in four games, the Bruins outfielder stepped to the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning with a chance to complete another dramatic comeback. And for the second time in four games, Kleespies delivered.


Lady Bruins swept by Douglas Trojans

Lady Bruin Tyrah Baronís hot-hitting has been a bright spot for BHHS this season. Photo by Rhiannon Lile.

It’s been an eye opening season for the sophomore-heavy Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins softball team.


Collins wins shot put, Schreiber takes pole vault at HDN No. 2 meet

Lady Bruin Kyllie Johnson competes in the high jump on Wednesday at Del Norte High School. Photo by Michael Zogg / WesCom News Service.

Kia Collins won the shot put event and Abbey Schreiber finished first in the pole vault for the Brookings-Harbor High School track and field team at the Humboldt-Del Norte League No. 2 meet on Wednesday at Del Norte High School.


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