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Lady Panthers bounce Boomers; Runners finish 3-4 at Cape Blanco

The Gold Beach cross country team had two athletes finish in the top-5 at the Pacific Invitational and the Lady Panthers volleyball team won their first league game in a win over Waldport.


Bruins fall back in FWL

BHHS defender Michael Kreger (center, No. 15) wins a ball against North Bend during the Bruins 5-0 loss to the Bulldogs on Tuesday. Submitted photo.

For several seasons now, whenever the Brookings-Harbor and North Bend High School soccer programs meet — first place is on the line. 

That was the case when the soccer juggernauts met on Tuesday at North Bend High School.


Down 2-0, Lady Panthers complete thrilling comeback over Powers

Gold Beach's Heidi Hancock, left, makes a play while avoiding teammate April Mickelson during Monday's game against Powers.

“It was a fight to win type of thing,” said Gold Beach senior Heidi Hancock after her team won the final three games to defeat the Powers Cruisers, 3-2, on Monday at Gold Beach High School. “You have to put everything out there if you want to win.”

That’s exactly what the Gold Beach Lady Panthers volleyball team did against Powers when they found themselves down 2-0 and were staring down a potential 5-game losing streak.


BHHS downed by Lancers

The Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins volleyball team lost in straight sets to the 14th ranked South Umpqua Lancers, 25-14, 25-9 and 25-13 on Tuesday at South Umpqua High School.

Though the score may not reflect it, BHHS assistant head coach Lorinda Shew believes the young Lady Bruins are getting better.


Bruins finish top among league teams in Florence

Brookings-Harbor's Daniel Paulsen competes at the Woahink Lake Invitational in Florence on Saturday. Photo by Abbey Schreiber.

In the extremely competitive Far West League, the Brookings-Harbor Bruins boys cross-country team just made a bold statement.

The Bruins finished in 6th-place overall with 165 points at the Woahink Lake Invitational on Saturday in Florence; finishing 10 points ahead of Far West League favorites North Bend and 16-points ahead of league-rival Siuslaw.


Plenty of Panther season-best times at Northwest Classic meet

Several members of the Gold Beach Panthers cross-country team recorded season-best times at the Northwest Classic meet on Saturday at Lane Community College in Eugene.

In total, six Panthers, including three of four female runners, crossed the finish line with their fastest times of the season.


Panthers lose game, possibly more to North Eugene

Panthers quarterback Taylor Mather hands off to Morgan Ryan against North Eugene on Friday. Photo by Mandy Pearson.

The Gold Beach Panthers dropped to 0-4 on the season after Friday’s 53-13 loss to the North Eugene Highlanders at Gold Beach High School.

More importantly, the Panthers may have lost quarterback Taylor Mather (wrist) and receiver Trevor Walker (multiple fingers) to injury on Friday.


Pirates offense too much for Bruins to handle

The Brookings-Harbor Bruins fell behind, 18-0, and never recovered in a 45-20 loss to the Pirates on Friday night at Marshfield High School.


Showdowns set

The Bruins form a wall to defend a free kick in front of BHHS goalie David Freeman, left.

Better buckle up for what could be two epic soccer games on Tuesday.

With Brookings-Harbor and North Bend boys and girls soccer teams all winning on Thursday, the showdowns are set for first place in the Far West League when the BHHS teams face North Bend on Tuesday at North Bend High School.


Five days until bubble fishery

Joe Brandt from Grants Pass nailed this Pacific halibut on Wednesday while fishing in only 150 feet of water out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

Starting this coming Thursday, the ocean will once again re-open to the retention of Chinook in what ODFW calls the “2015 Chetco River Fall Chinook Ocean Terminal Area Season”. Everybody around these parts just calls it the bubble fishery, or the Chetco bubble fishery.

This is a state-run fishery that takes place in state waters, therefore anglers are limited to fishing within 3 nautical miles from shore, and between Twin Rocks and the Oregon/California border. But that little fact is of no real significance.  Most of the fish will be hanging out fairly close to the Chetco River’s north and south jetties.

This year, the season will be open for eleven days from October 1-11, and there are a few rules that were implemented in last year’s season which will also remain in effect this year as well.


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