Special Moment

Brookings-Harbor High School seniors Manny Zamora and Sidney Alexander were crowned as BHHS Homecoming King and Queen during the school's football game Friday night, Oct. 11.

It's expected to be another back-to-normal week at Brookings-Harbor and Gold Beach High Schools this week following the two schools week long Homecoming activities Oct. 7-11.

Just in case you missed the fun and excitement, The Pilot has assembled the attached photos highlighting the student activities.

2019 Bon Fire

The Brookings-Harbor High School homecoming bon fire drew about 150 students and community members to  the field behind Kalmiopsis Elementary School Monday night, Oct. 7.

Doughnut Bite

On Wednesday, Oct. 9, Gold Beach High School students dangle raspberry-filled powdered doughnuts as classmates attempt to eat the doughnuts without using their hands.

Noise Parade Band

The annual Brookings-Harbor High School Homecoming Noise Parade kicked off on Friday afternoon, Oct. 11 with a full marching band.

The annual high school homecoming provided a host of activities, including a game at Gold Beach High School with students attempting to eat swinging doughnuts hanging from rulers, to a downtown noise parade conducted by Brookings-Harbor High School students.


The Brookings-Harbor Noise Parade had students perched on long flat bed trucks that cruised from the high school though downtown back to the campus.

School officials say the homecoming is a school tradition and connects each community with their high school.


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