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Bruins suffer setback in North Bend

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Bruins shortstop Noah James gobbles up a ground ball against North Bend on Friday at North Bend High School. Submitted photo.

In a match-up of two teams tied for the Far West League lead, it was the host North Bend Bulldogs that earned a sweep over the Brookings-Harbor Bruins — taking a two-game lead over BHHS in the process.

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KMZ ocean salmon seasons set

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Sarah O'Dell and Morgan Murphy from Wilderville, Oregon caught limits of rockfish and lingcod on Sunday while fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor.

After considerable disagreement and intransigence occurred among organizations who were discussing salmon-allotment issues during a meeting held in Vancouver, Washington by the PFMC last week, problems were resolved and the ocean salmon seasons for 2016 were finally set at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday.

The Klamath Management Zones (KMZ) seasons for both California and Oregon will be quite different than usual as well as different from each other than in previous seasons.

The Oregon KMZ, an area spanning Humbug Mountain south to the Oregon/California border and which also encompasses the Port of Brookings Harbor will have two separate seasons — a slightly delayed first season and a second season that specifically covers the Labor Day Weekend.  In the Oregon KMZ, the minimum size for Chinook is 24 inches.

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Panthers sweep Myrtle Point

The Gold Beach High School baseball and softball teams swept the Myrtle Point Bobcats in pivitol league games on Tuesday at Myrtle Point High School.

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Bruins getting balance from varsity golfers

The Brookings-Harbor High School golf team continued their season on Monday with a team score of 375 at the Forest Hills Tournament on Wednesday in Reedsport. 

Dillon Serna had the low round for the Bruins, shooting a 92 over 18-holes. It is the third different low-scorer for the Bruins in as many meets.

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Bad weather wreaks havok at FWL meet

Rainy, wet weather caused sub-par scores and marks at a Far West League Meet at Marshfield High School on Wednesday.

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Gaston wins hurdles at small schools meet

Gold Beach sophomore Avi Gaston ran a time of 55.71 to win the 300-meter hurdles race at the Bandon Small Schools Meet on Tuesday.

Gaston won by nearly five seconds over Myrtle Point’s Kestrel Etieme who finished in second place with a time of 1:00.36.

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Testa dominates Siuslaw in 3-0 shutout win

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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.

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Pole vault record falls

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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.”

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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.

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