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.
Update posted on Nov. 12
On Saturday the Brookings-Harbor Boys Cross Country Team took to the hills and flatlands of Lane Community College near Eugene, the self proclaimed track capitol of the U.S.A., to test themselves against the best 3A runners the state has to offer.
It was a good ride. The 2019 Bruin Football Team came to the end of one of their more prolific seasons in recent memory when 4th state ranked Amity Warriors outdistanced the Curry County contingent 44-18 in the first round of the O.S.A.A. 3A State Playoffs Saturday afternoon in McMinneville.
Brookings-Harbor High School cross-country coach Terry Axel grabbed a towel and wiped the salty seawater from his face, while his young charges snickered.
Amity. If that name sounds familiar, the Bruins need only look as far back as last year - when Brookings was eliminated in the first round of the 3A state football playoffs, 6-52.
Update posted on Nov. 8
The Brookings-Harbor High School Lady Bruins faced a tough Blanchet Catholic team in the 1st round of the OSSA State Soccer playoffs.
The Brookings-Harbor boys’ team lives and breathes soccer, according to head coach Jess Beaman. “Even after practices, they want to do more,” he said. “They all want to play more and more soccer.”
The 3A Football Playoff Brackets have been released by the O.S.A.A. (Oregon Schools Athletic Association) over the weekend and #13 ranked Brookings-Harbor will take on #4 Amity in Amity at the high school there this Saturday, November 9th at 1 p.m. according to the O.S.A.A. football playoff …
The Hidden Valley Mustangs under Head Football Coach, James Powers, proved to be the real deal and worthy of their #1 state ranking by dismissing the visiting Bruins 49-12 and running amok scoring 7 unanswered touchdowns before retiring their starters mid way through the third frame. After s…
As the fall sports season winds down, the focus shifts from regular-season action to post-season play. Those schools whose athletic teams are still playing after this week are among Oregon's cream of the crop.
Sometimes, you can’t deny that King Kong is in the room.
Cascade Christian High School of Medford reminded the state once again why the Challengers were the 2018 3A State Champions by unleashing a hellish mix of speed and size domination that resulted in Brookings dropping their second straight football game 49-0 at Bankus Field on 'Senior Night'.…
When the Brookings-Harbor High School football team hosts the Cascade Christian Challengers this Friday, there’s a lot on the line.
The St. Marys Crusaders of Medford controlled both sides of the line defensively and offensively to post a relatively close 14-3 win and hand the Brookings-Harbor Bruin football team their first loss of the season on a rainy evening in front of an appreciative homecoming crowd.
"It will take us playing a solid four quarters of football to beat them.” So says Brookings-Harbor High School football coach Shaun Bavaro about the St. Mary’s Crusaders.
The Brookings-Harbor Bruins prevailed against a determined Douglas football team to remain undefeated at 6-0 after fending off a ferocious first half Trojan ground game that had the Bruins back on their heels after a scoreless first quarter. Dueling TD's in the second frame had BHHS up by on…
Blue and gold will be on display in a big way this Friday as the Brookings-Harbor High School football team returns home to Elmer Bankus Field after two road-game victories.
Undefeated at 5-0, the Brookings-Harbor Bruins football team came away with a convincing 35-14 first league win over 3A Special District-South bunk mate South Umpqua.
The 2019 Brookings-Harbor High School football team remains on a roll.
The Brookings-Harbor Bruins football team continued their winning ways by handing their hosts, the Lakeview Honkers, a 38-15 beat down to remain undefeated (4-0) going into regular season play next Friday at South Umpqua.
Just a quick reminder to Bruin Football fans that the game this week at Lakeview is scheduled for tomorrow(Saturday 9/28) at 1 pm.
The Bruins, at 3-0, are off to one of their best starts in recent years after handily beating Rogue River 42-18 last week.
The Brookings-Harbor High School volleyball team won a close match against Del Norte High School’s team Sept. 17 in Crescent City.