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No fear on the wrestling mat

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With the exception of half of a season when he was about nine years old, junior heavyweight Garrett McAlexnder has only been wrestling for a total of four months but that is all the experience he needed to qualify for the CIF state tournament as the NCS runner up in the 285-pound bracket. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
It may be attitude or just blissful ignorance but junior 285-pound wrestler Garrett McAlexander hasn’t backed down from anybody during his first year of high school wrestling.

As the sixth seed in the heavyweight bracket of the North Coast Section Wrestling Tournament McAlexander could have snuck up on Nicolas Iverson of Ukiah in the championship round of the bracket. That just isn’t his style.

McAlexander served notice to the top seed and returning NCS placer (fifth in 2015) early on Saturday, when the remaining wrestlers were mulling about during weigh-ins.


DN track heptathlon kicks off Thursday

The Del Norte track and field team will kick off its season with its third annual Warrior Heptathlon Fundraiser on Thursday and Friday at the high school track.

Warrior track and field participants have been gathering pledges from community members for donations based on each athlete’s performance in the Del Norte-only meet.

The Warriors will kick off interschool competition at the McKinleyvil


Boys golf hits course in Fortuna at 1st meet

The Del Norte boys kicked off their 2016 golf season on Monday at the Redwood Empire Golf & Country Club in Fortuna and three-time defending Humboldt-Del Norte League champion Kobie Lockwood is back in his familiar place atop the HDN standings.

Lockwood shot the lowest score of all the participants with a 74. Cameron Schultz was the next lowest Warrior with 89 strokes.


Klamath community's playtime

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Makeala Jordan puts up a shot closely guarded by Kayah Ray Sunday. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The faces and number of players change from week to week, but the kids that show up for Klamath Youth Basketball games on Wednesdays and Sundays always seem to have a blast. Hopefully they are learning something while they are at.

“Participation kind of varies,” said organizer Ryan Ray. “Usually we start with the little guys from 6 to 7 p.m., then play with the bigger guys from 7 until 8 p.m. We are trying to teach them how to play and help them develop some skills that they can take with them to the schools.”


1 more tourney left in Del Norte's wrestling season

Eureka may have won the Humboldt-Del Norte League championships the previous weekend, but the Del Norte wrestling team fared better than anyone in the HDN at the North Coast Section Championships on Friday and Saturday.

Of the 177 schools in the NCS (not all schools have a wrestling program), the Warriors finished ahead of all but 17 of them in the NCS standings with 73 points. The Loggers were right on Del Norte’s heels with 71.5 points in a three-way tie for 19th, Fortuna ended with 52 points for 27th place, and Hoopa finished in 49th place with 26 team points. A total of 86 schools were represented at the tournament with 70 schools scoring points this year.


Young Warrior tennis shows promise early

The Del Norte boys tennis team was hit hard by graduation, taking three players from the already undersized squad of four. But the Warriors have rebounded in 2016 with a freshman, three sophomores and a junior joining with returning senior Cameron Douglas to field a full six-man team.

“We have a really green team this year, but we do have a full team of six players,” said Del Norte head coach Jim Holt. “Last year we were already losing three points before we even started the match.”


Reel Deal: Fishing wanes as week goes on

The Steelhead season is in full swing throughout Northern California and Southern Oregon and most of the rivers in the region were in decent fishing shape this week. This week also marked the first appearance of springers — or spring salmon — on the Rogue River.


Warrior Memories: Hartman a classy Warrior for 2 decades

With the end of basketball our Warriors move outside to enjoy our sunshine.

Track starts under the direction of head coach Sam Escobar, and out there with Sam is long time assistant George Hartman. George has been working with our youth since the 1993 season.


Four DN wrestlers in day 2 of NCS

Del Norte brought nine wrestlers to James Logan High School in Union City to compete in the North Coast Section tournament on Friday. Nearly half survived to compete on the second day of competition and are within a couple wins of placing.

“We are very happy right now,” said Del Norte head coach Clinton Schaad. “Of course we had some kids lose that you don’t want to see lose, but we are really excited about how the day went.”


Two additional dates to sign up for Babe Ruth Baseball

The Del Norte Babe Ruth Baseball League is holding two additional sign up dates on March 1 and 2 for 13-15 year-olds interested in competing in the 2016 season.

Sign ups will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Peterson Park, located at 525 7th Street in Crescent City.

All 13 year olds and first year players must show a certified copuy of their birth certificate when signing up. The fee to sign up is $75. All players must have been born prior to May 1, 2003 and after May 1, 2000.

For more information call 707-464-4505 during the evening.


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