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Anglers drawn to Curry County

Dave York of Brookings, Oregon joined the lingcod fleet on Thursday and nailed this 20-plus pound lingasaur while fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

Last week’s flat-calm seas and sunny weather drew anglers to fish the ocean out of the Port of Brookings Harbor and try their hand at some pretty fine surfperch fishing from shoreline venues from Crissey Field at the Oregon/California border up to Gold Beach.

On Thursday the Port of Brookings Harbor’s parking lot was filled almost to capacity, with 35 trailers filling the lot at last count.

And the lingcod fishing was totally off the charts. It was hard to buy a limit of rockfish due to the fact that the lingcod were so thick. Limits are common.


King’s blast sparks Bruins in sweep

Bruin senior Jordan King’s two-run home run in game one powered Brookings-Harbor to victory. Submitted photo.

A young and talented Brookings-Harbor baseball team played excellent all-around baseball in sweeping Rogue River on Thursday at Rogue River High School.


Panthers end skid with wins over Rogue River, Bandon

Panthers pitcher Jacob Carpenter notched the win over Bandon.

The Gold Beach Panthers baseball team ended a five-game losing streak to start the season with back-to-back wins on Tuesday and Wednesday.


After tough loss, Gold Beach outsts Bandon

Gold Beach’s Hailey Timeus take a lead against the Bandon Tigers.

After dealing starting the season 0-3 against larger California schools the Gold Beach Lady Panthers softball team hosted 3A Rogue River and league-rival Bandon earlier this week.


Birds of the same feather

Al Phillips, left, and Jakub Stubna formed a friendship while working out at the South Coast Fitness Center. Both broke state records at the Southern Oregon Powerlifting meet on March 12-13 in Grants Pass. Submitted photo.

There is an old saying that goes, “Birds of the same feather, flock together.”

That is as appropriate a term one can find to describe the unlikely friendship between a 72-year old retired law enforcement agent and an 18-year-old Slovakian exchange student. 

Their unique friendship began over a love of a common interest — powerlifting.


Panthers come up short in loss

The Gold Beach High School baseball team’s seventh inning comeback fell one run short in a 5-4 loss to Lost River on Saturday at Gold Beach High School.

Down 5-2 entering the final frame, the Panthers made the most of a hit batter, a walk and an error to climb to within one run with the tying run on third base and two outs, but Gold Beach couldn’t push across the run.


Lewis brothers win state titles

Wyatt, left, and Thunder Lewis, both of whom wrestled for the Brookings-Harbor Mat Club, won their age/weight classes at the SCWAY Kids State Wrestling Tournament on Saturday.

It wasn’t the Lewis brothers’ first Youth Wrestling State Championship this year, but Thunder and Wyatt’s run to state championships in their respective weight brackets of the SCWAY Kids State Wrestling Tournament on Saturday was perhaps the biggest.

“This is definitely the highlight of our year,” said Thunder and Wyatt’s father and coach, Josh Lewis. “Winning the SCWAY State is what we have had our minds set on for the last two months.”


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