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Warrior tennis tops St. Bernard’s in season opener

The Del Norte girls tennis team got off to a winning start on Saturday, traveling to Eureka to take on St. Bernard’s and returning with a 7-2 victory.

The Warriors took a strong 4-2 lead through singles competition and swept all three doubles matches for the win.

Overcoming obstacles

Senior Karina Moseley advances the ball up the field in the first half of Del Norte’s season opening 1-0 victory in Crescent City on Thursday. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Warriors play down two players, pull out 1-0 victory over Illinois Valley in opener

The Del Norte girls soccer team stepped up to the challenge at hand on Thursday when they hosted Illinois Valley at the high school.

Down to just nine eligible players and trying to replace 10 seniors from last years’ team, the Warriors weren’t exactly sure what to expect in their first game of the season. Del Norte was able to fight through adversity, using a goal in the 64th minute to separate itself from Illinois Valley for a 1-0 victory.

Warriors win in shootout

The Del Norte football team got off to a strong start to the Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 season with an impressive 63-34 victory on the road in McKinleyville on Friday.

The Warriors looked like they were in trouble early after allowing the Panthers to score the game’s first 14 points just two minutes into the first quarter. After falling behind, however, senior running back Chad Bell broke open a 42-yard touchdown run in which he broke several tackles and carried several defenders into the end zone. That score started a run of 35-straight points for Del Norte in less than 10 minutes of game time.

Warrior Memories: Trone shows Del Norte how to be a true champion

Editor’s note: This edition of Warrior Memories, normally written by former Del Norte athlete, coach and athletic director Dick Trone (pictured above), has been hijacked by his daughters Kimberly Trone and Holly Hunt to honor Trone’s induction into the Del Norte Hall of Fame. Since Trone wrote a series of columns highlighting each of this year’s Hall of Fame inductees except himself, it seemed only fair.

At the heart of any great team there is a champion, and that champion is a coach.

A real coach is among the first to recognize and champion your child’s potential. A real coach is a champion for teamwork and sportsmanship, even when the score is down. A real coach champions leadership through adversity, grace in defeat and gratitude at the height of victory. 

Warrior volleyball tops Illinois Valley 1-0 on road

The Del Norte girls volleyball team picked up another win in the non conference season with a 3-0 25-11, 25-7, 25-19) victory against Illinois Valley in Cave Junction to move to 4-1 for the season.

“We did some things pretty well and we saw some things that we needed to do better,” said head coach Debbie Lorenzi. “That was good for us. Overall, I was happy with how they played.”

Reel Deal: Last chance for Salmon

Chadwick Poole takes a picture with his family and the $6,000 that he won at the Slam’n Salmon Ocean Fishing Derby. WesCom News Service / Ryan Sparks
Adult fall Chinook salmon quotas on the Lower  Klamath River were met this week and the ocean salmon season on the California’s North Coast and southern coast of Oregon closes Sunday.

But halibut, rockfish and lingcod fishing is still in good shape on the ocean and salmon fishing has just started to pick up on the Lower Rogue River.

Fitzhugh, Warriors take 3rd at first meet

The Del Norte girls golf team saw its first competition of the season on Friday at Benbow Golf Course in the first Humboldt-Del Norte league meet of the season.

The Warriors met up with Eureka, Arcata, Fortuna, McKinleyville and St. Bernard’s in Benbow. It was the first look at the team’s competition for the season, and Del Norte head coach Alison Eckart said the league should be fairly even this year.

Coulson Farms comes out on top


Preston Rafalowski connects on a home run in the second inning. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte Recreation slowpitch softball mens upper league tournament came to a close on Wednesday as Coulson Farms was pushed to the limit by Grove’s Big Dogs at Pykes Field but was able to come through for the 30-13 win in the winner-take-all final game of the double elimination tournament.

Starting with a win

Del Norte’s Landon McAlexander muscles the ball away from the Piner defensive back as he falls backward into the end zone for his first of two touchdown catches in the Warriors 33-18 season opening victory over Piner at Whalen Field on Saturday. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Del Norte unveils air attack in season opener with 33-18 victory over Piner at Whalen Field 

The Del Norte football team turned on the jets in the second half of its season opener agaisnt Piner on Saturday and turned what was a tightly contested game into a comfortable 33-18 victory at Whalen Field.

Del Norte head coach Ray Rook thought the Prospectors would provide a stiff challenge for the Warriors in their first game of the season and he was not disapointed.

“I want to thank Piner for coming up here,” Rook said. “They have a great team and they are going to do well this year. They play hard.”

Warriors win three of four for third place in Yreka

The Del Norte volleyball team saw plenty to be encouraged about and a few things that need work as it opened the season at a tournament in Yreka with a third place finish.

The Warriors swept through pool play, beating Trinity and Mt. Shasta to grab the top seed. In the first round of bracket play, however, the Warriors fell to Yreka.

Del Norte bounced back to get another win over Mt. Shasta in the third-place game.

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