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Brookings-Harbor Invitational starts Monday

The Brookings-Harbor Invitational basketball tournament tips off this Monday.


Chetco sets itself up for plunking

Here is the author’s favorite plunking setup for winter steelhead for fishing the Rogue River, Chetco River or Smith River.

Last week, the Chetco River’s high flows set the river up for picture perfect plunking conditions.  Last Monday, the Chetco rose to 18,800 cubic feet per second. This coming weekend, the river has been predicted to drop to 4,600 cfs.  And if the river keeps dropping and clearing, it should be in perfect condition for anglers to launch their drift boats and either side-drift Puff Balls and roe or pull plugs like Mag Lip 3.5 and 3.0 later this week.

But for this weekend, it is looking like plunking conditions, so what better picture to use than of a perfectly-rigged Spin-N-Glo setup. It’s a relatively inexpensive rig to tie up.  Here’s how to rig it up and price it out.


Busy week for JV teams

Brookings-Harbor sophomore Gabe Barneberg dribbles against a Yreka defender.

The Brookings-Harbor High School JV and JV No. 2 teams polished off a busy, yet fruitful week when they competed at the Yreka Junior Varsity Invitational on Friday and Saturday.


Gold Beach splits against Days Creek

The Gold Beach Panthers and Lady Panthers basketball teams split matinee match-ups at Days Creek High School on Tuesday. 


Fry 5th, Fitzhugh 6th at Grants Pass Winter Kickoff

Gold Beach’s Si tceles Fry and Brookings-Harbor’s Jess Fitzhugh finished in 5th- and 6th-place, respectively, in their weight classes at the Grants Pass Winter Kickoff wrestling tournament on Saturday.


Oregon may be next for nonlead hunting

Oregon hunters aren’t facing an immediate California-style legislative ban on the use of lead ammunition for hunting, but they’re largely supportive of using alternatives.

A 2014 survey being prepared for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife by Oregon State University shows most hunters could support using nonlead ammunition if the reasons are valid, said its author, Dana Sanchez.

Sanchez was among presenters at a recent workshop on nonlead ammunition held at the Oregon Zoo. She said the primary concerns among hunters were alternative ammunition’s higher cost and its performance.


Lady Bruins ‘respond to adversity’

Lady Bruins team captain Drew Farmer is helped off the court by BHHS athletic director Buell Gonzales Jr., left, and Lady Bruins head coach Chris Schofield after Farmer sprained her ankle during on Friday against Hidden Valley.

With just a three-point lead, late in the first quarter, disaster struck for the Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins.

Current league MVP and all-state point guard, senior captain Drew Farmer, drove to the basket and went up for a lay up. She was fouled on the play and when she came down, rolled her left ankle —causing her to writhe on the ground in pain. As she lay there, in a near-silent gym, the Lady Bruins realized if they were going to win they would have to do it together — and that’s exactly what they did.


Cold shooting leads to Bruins loss

Bruin Buell Gonzales III defends Hidden Valley's Daryn Kleynhans during Friday's game at BHHS.

Even the greatest of teams have off days. Those games where no matter what a team does, the ball just doesn’t seem to go into the basket.

The Brookings-Harbor Bruins had one of those game on Friday evening against the 4th-ranked Hidden Valley Mustangs.


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