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Schreiber extends pole vault mark at FWL JV meet

Brookings-Harbor pole vaulter Abbey Schreiber added another benchmark to her record-breaking junior season at the Far West League Junior Varsity meet at Marshfield High School on Tuesday.

Schreiber, who broke a school record in becoming the first Lady Bruin to clear 10-feet back on April 9, cleared 10-feet, 6-inches to win the event and extend her school record by six inches.


Bruins win home meet

BHHS golfer Trevor Herzog shot a 95 to help the Bruins to a total score of 353 to win the Salmon Run Invitational by 7-strokes over Crater High School.

The Brookings-Harbor High School golf team is peaking at the right time.

At Monday’s Salmon Run Invitational, the Bruins shot a combined 353 to defeat Crater High School by seven strokes — winning their final regular-season meet before heading into the regional finals on Monday.


Lady Panthers tops in league with 9-8 win over Waldport Irish

In the biggest, most pressure-packed moment of the season, Gold Beach’s Heidi Hancock delivered.

Hancock’s single in the bottom of the eighth inning scored Hailey Timeus with the winning run as the Lady Panthers defeated Waldport, 9-8, in extra innings on Tuesday at Buffington Park in Gold Beach.


Loss to North Bend ends title hopes

Bruins second baseman Roman Worthey slides around the tag of North Bend catcher Zach Inskeep to score in the sixth inning of Tuesday’s game. Photo by Rhiannon Lile.

The upstart Brookings-Harbor High School baseball team’s chance to claim their first Far West League title since 2007 ended with a 7-2 loss to league-leading North Bend on Tuesday at BHHS.


Schreiber, Takeyasu lead Bruins at Grants Pass Rotary

Brookings-Harbor High School track and field athletes Abbey Schreiber and Mio Takeyasu placed in the top six in their respective events to lead the Bruins at the 35-team Grants Pass Rotary Invitational on Saturday at Grants Pass High School.


Multiple winners for Panthers at Waldport meet

Gold Beach High School track and field athletes Kaitlin Armstrong, Paris Newdall and Brycen Pitchford all won their individual events as the Panthers competed at the Waldport Small Schools meet on Friday.


A new world record?

Ranse Fife, of Brookings, holds the 15-1/2 pound vermillion rockfish he caught while fishing aboard the Super Star off the coast of Brookings on Tuesday. Submitted photo.

When Ranse Fife of Brookings hopped aboard the recreational charter vessel Super Star on Tuesday, he was just hoping to catch a limit of garden-variety rockfish and lingcod the vessel’s clients frequently bring home to the dinner table. Little did Fife know that he would actually be going one-on-one with a potential world-record rockfish.

Fife specifically caught a vermilion rockfish — a 15.5 pounder, and to his advantage, the fish was weighed in by one of the Port of Brookings Harbor’s port samplers on one of ODFW’s accurate hand-held digital scales.

It was the Arnold Schwarzenegger of vermilion rockfish, almost as big around as it was long — a Fishinator if I’ve ever seen one. Up until that Tuesday, the current record vermilion was a 12-pound specimen caught out of Depoe Bay by Joseph Lowe back in 1990.


Bruins split sets up must win games

Tyrah Baron, middle, wearing helmet, is congratulated by her teammates after hitting a three run, inside-the-park home run against Siuslaw on Friday.

With just four games left in the season, the Brookings-Harbor baseball team’s fate is still in question.

The Bruins (13-9, 7-4) split their doubleheader at Siuslaw on Friday, setting up must win games next week if they are to secure the league’s No. 2 spot and a home playoff game.


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