On November 3, the Brookings-Harbor High School boy’s soccer team kicked off to compete for the first round of the state tournament.
The No.-9 ranked Gold Beach High Panthers came into an OSAA/OnPoint Community Credit Union Class 1A football first round state playoff game Saturday versus the Dufur High Rangers with the momentum of a four-game win streak.
The 12-1 Brookings Harbor boys soccer team opened the state playoffs against Santiam Christian on Wednesday. Results were not known by press time. The game was senior night, where seniors Jake Beaman, Fabian Villa, Dylan Hodge, Seth Broberg, Bryan Valdovinos, Miguel Ramos and Kai Seibert wer…
The Brookings Bruins boys soccer team made a fantastic showing in the Rogue Memorial Cup over Memorial Day weekend by placing second place in the U18/U19 top division.
The Brookings-Harbor High School varsity track and field team represented well in the 3A state meet in Harrisburg on Tuesday, including Senior Derek Tuttle, who won his second state title in the javelin throw.
Brookings-Harbor’s Josh Serna and Rylan Bruce played well in golf tournaments this week at Coos Golf Club and Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.
Brookings-Harbor’s girls finished the regular season 7-3-1, falling to Sutherlin 3-2 in a game to determine the league champion. That loss was sandwiched between a 1-0 nonleague win at Marshfield and an 8-0 win over South Umpqua.
The Brookings-Harbor High School varsity boys soccer team fell shy of reaching the state finals—losing 3-2 in overtime to Dayton in the semifinals Wednesday night.
The Brookings-Harbor football team canceled the final two games of its season in the wake of several injuries and an extensive COVID-19 quarantine that has touched several of the school’s sports teams.
Brookings-Harbor’s cross country team competed in the Bandon Fugate Farms XC Challenge last week at a cranberry farm south of Bandon.
Both Brookings-Harbor soccer teams are off to unbeaten starts to the new season.
Brookings-Harbor’s volleyball team outlasted Douglas in five sets Tuesday for its first win of the Far West League season.
Brookings-Harbor and Gold Beach opened the long-awaited football season with losses last week.
Uriel Cortes converts a penalty kick for Brookings-Harbor’s first goal at Coquille in the Bruins’ season-opener Wednesday. By the end of the match, the Bruins had beaten the Red Devils 8-0. Cortes, Dylan Hodges and Rylan Bruce had two goals each in the win. Michael Goode and Josh Serna also …
Brookings-Harbor’s football team begins its season Friday with a game at Cascade Christian, after months of uncertainty since the entire sports year was pushed back by the Oregon School Activities Association.
Southwestern Oregon Community College and Bandon Dunes Golf Resort are partnering in the Opportunity Links! Scholarship fundraiser.
The Oregon School Activities Association has opted to forgo conducting state championships for Season 2, returning control of the sixth week of the season — or culminating week — to the schools.
It was wet and dreary outside, but that didn’t stop around 10 anglers from gathering to celebrate a successful salmon fishing season with awards to three people who turned in snouts to better help officials track salmon.
Chetco River steelhead anglers have a chance to win big — and use their catch for a cause.
The city of Brookings recently announced a new partnership has been formed with CourseCo to manage the daily operations at Salmon Run Golf Course. CourseCo currently manages 39 golf courses in six states including Oregon, Washington, California and Montana.
In a much-anticipated move, the Oregon School Activities Association on Monday decided to push back the start of its sports seasons as it continues to navigate the COVID-19 crisis.
Chetco River steelhead anglers can help the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife by engaging in some citizen science this year.
The Oregon School Activities Association has pushed its 2020-21 sports calendar back again, and switched around the seasons one more time, in the face of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
For five weeks this fall, Brookings-Harbor’s football team had a chance to practice schemes. As an added bonus, the Bruins also had a chance for real competition, as part of seven-on-seven jamborees hosted by Marshfield and North Bend.
This year, opting outside for Black Friday could be a bigger bargain than anything you might find in the stores. The Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 27 and 28, are Free Fishing Days in Oregon.
Adapting to restrictions from COVID-19, the Oregon School Activities Association has set a new course for 2020-21 school activities.
In this odd and unprecedented year of 2020 in which all events have been canceled, the Rogue River Triathlon has been granted the green-light! We are going to run the event! We will be following Oregon state guidelines regarding COVID-19.
Whether you’re out on your boat, kayaking or catching a wave on your surfboard, you can expect a cooldown from summer’s approaching heat.
Dawn Van Dort of Studio 1 Fitness is online Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 9 a.m. leading free exercise classes to bring fitness opportunities for those stuck at home while saving her own sanity.
During his halftime talk in the Class 3A third-place game Saturday at Marshfield High School, Burns girls coach Brandon McMullen went through several key points. Among them were keeping track of Brookings-Harbor’s Sidney Alexander and spreading around the offense.
Semifinal game is at 1:30 p.m. March 6 against Clatskanie
The Lady Bruins basketball team found themselves in a scoring hole early in the game during the first round of their 3A State Playoff game against Salem Academy in Brookings on Friday evening.
In January, after an early morning rainstorm swept over the region, Crescent City resident Philip Bright weighed his options for the day’s activity and decided to hit the links.
The Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins did themselves proud on Friday, Feb. 21, blowing past the Cascade Christian Challengers, 55-36, in a state seeding matchup that determined which of the two 3A-5 Far West rivals would lock up home-court advantage for the first round of the Oregon Schools Athle…
Brookings-Harbor Lady Bruins basketball fans can rejoice. Your team is heading for the state playoffs. It was never really in question.
The Brookings-Harbor boys basketball team finished its regular season with a 64-54 win on the road against South Umpqua on Friday.
There is a reason Sutherlin High School girls basketball is ranked second in the 3A Oregon Schools Athletic Association (O.S.A.A) polls.
A week or so ago it was Groundhog Day. The little rodent surrounded by top-hatted men. The varmint checking out the weather forecast for them. In the movie, of the same name, actor Bill Murray’s character rises everyday to the behold the same recurring festivities over and over and over again.
The O.S.A.A. fifth-ranked Cascade Christian Challengers boys basketball team rolled into Brookings on Friday sporting an undefeated 5-0 season. They left with a loss.
The “never-give-up” Lady Bruins basketball team overcame a 14-point deficit at halftime to slap a defensive deep freeze on the visiting Cascade Christian Challengers in the second half.
Lexie and Leila Newman won titles at the Oregon Kids State Championship 2020 in Salem. The Jan. 25 meet draws more than 1,700 Oregon kids each year.
After having Tuesday’s game with North Valley canceled, coach Chris Schofield’s Lady Bruins came to Medford on Friday looking... well, rested.
There’s a reason that Brookings-Harbor High School girls’ basketball coach Chris Schofield was wary of the Sutherlin Bulldogs as he chatted with The Pilot prior to that regular-season game.
The Brookings-Harbor High School boys basketball team staked out an early 7-6 first-period lead Friday at Sutherlin High School in a Far West 3A-5 league game.
Its Far West league opener was a tough pill to swallow for the Lady Bruins basketball team, which rolled in to Medford last Friday to take on the Cascade Christian Challengers.
The Brookings-Harbor High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams both travel to Medford on Friday to open league play against Cascade Christian.
The Crescent City Jaycees’ 47th annual 8th Grade Girls Basketball tournament attracted approximately 400 middle school players over the weekend.
Middle school girls’ basketball teams are expected to fill regional school and church gyms Friday and Saturday in Smith River and Crescent City.
Some days are diamonds. Some days are stones.
Four Brookings-Harbor High School teams - football, cross-country, and boys’ and girls’ soccer - made in to the state playoffs this fall.