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Warriors beat host for Bandon title

Boys beat previously undefeated Bandon 40-36 for Bandon Tournament championship

The Del Norte boys basketball team captured its first tournament championship on Saturday. The Warriors got off to a quick start and held on for a 40-36 victory over host Bandon in the championship game.

“I was just proud of my team,” said head coach Blaine Lopez. “I thought we were pretty resilient. We came out a little bit flat against St. Mary’s in the first game. We beat St. Mary’s in the second week of December and they hadn’t lost since, so to battle back after they jumped on us like that was really good.  


Del Norte girls top Jefferson in championship

The Del Norte girls basketball team took a trip to the West Coast Game Park Safari in Bandon (Ore.) before winning the championship game on Saturday. Players include, from left, Jordan Babich, Jadelyn Aguirre, Grace Bruschi, Pahnia Yang, Shelby Bomke, Colleen Markussen, Ashton Smedley, Erika Alcala, Kaitlyn Clemann, Kayla Costello and Regin Loftin. Submitted
Warriors beat Jefferson (Portland) 48-37 in final to bring home title

After a couple of second- and third-place finishes this season, the Del Norte girls basketball team was finally able to bring home a championship from the Bandon Tournament on Saturday.

The Warriors were able to pull away from Jefferson (Portland) late for a 48-37 victory in the title game. Despite the double-digit margin of victory, the game was tight throughout.

“They matched up well against us size-wise,” said Warriors head coach Jeff Cook said. “We were just a little bit more athletic.”


Warrior grapplers take 11th at Anderson

The Del Norte wrestling team was a little bit shorthanded on Friday and Saturday at the Anderson Invitational. Due to sickness and holiday travel, the Warriors had 12 wrestlers, compete with six placing in the top eight at the 30-team tournament.

“All the kids wrestled well,” said Del Norte assistant coach Clinton Schaad. “They performed better, and they seemed to have more technique and better technique than they did at Grants Pass.”

Del Norte ended up in 11th place as a team, just 1.5 points from cracking the top 10.


DNTV shows DN boys basketball

Replays of the Del Norte boys basketball team will be shown on Charter Cable Channel 4 this week.

Unspecified games from the Yreka Tournament will be shown nightly starting at 7:30 p.m.


Warriors play lockdown defense against St. Mary’s

The Del Norte boys basketball team kicked off 2014 with a quality 50-33 victory over St. Mary’s in the first round of the Bandon Dunes Holiday Invitational in Bandon, Ore., on Friday.

Del Norte was plagued by cold shooting early in the game, and St. Mary’s was able to take advantage and build up a 19-10 lead by the end of the first quarter.


Reel Deal: Fishing still slow

Alexandra Martin, 9, of Brookings, holds one of several black rockfish she caught Monday while fishing with her father, guide Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing, out of the Port of Brookings. Courtesy of Wild Rivers Fishing
The drought has forced coastal river fishermen to look for other options, although some steelhead are being picked up here and there in the Klamath and Trinity rivers.

Klamath/Trinity rivers

“This is the worst I’ve seen it in 22 years of guiding,” said fishing guide E.B. Duggan about the current drought.


Lady Warriors regroup for 49-45 win

Girls basketball avenges early season loss to St. Mary’s advances, to face Bandon in title game

For a while, Friday’s first round game against St. Mary’s at the Bandon Tournament looked like a cruel case of dejà vu for the Del Norte girls basketball team. The Warriors refused to fall into the same trap, however, and were able to escape with a 49-45 victory.

“It was a really fast-paced game,” Cook said. “They pressed us off and on. They went to man against us too, last time they only played zone against us, so that kind of tripped us up a little. It was a very exciting close game.”

Del Norte, which lost 48-48 to St. Mary’s at the Phoenix (Ore.) Invitational on Dec. 13, played the Crusaders to a 21-21 draw in the first half. 


Bowling league scores Jan. 4, 2014

Monday Social Fours (Dec. 23)

Team# Name wins-losses

#6 LifeStyles Research 23-9

#3 T-C Ranch 20½-11½

#5 Who Cares? 19-13


Dish Network dispute interferes with playoffs

If you’re a pro football fan and a Dish Network customer in Del Norte, you’re in for some frustration this weekend.

This is one of the areas — there are many nationwide — where the satellite provider is locked in a dispute with  TV networks over the cost of programming.


Tsunami Sirens ready for next step

North Coast Roller Derby has tougher schedule in store for Sirens in team’s 3rd full season 

From left, Tsunami Sirens Rashell “Shell B Fierce” Parkinson, Chole “Ole Chole” Joesten (who now skates for Humbodlt Roller Derby) and Adrianna “Full Metal Jackie” Stefko. The Sirens open the 2014 season on Jan. 25 in Eureka against the Humboldt Roller Derby. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The Tsunami Sirens are starting to prepare for the team’s third full season in the North Coast Roller Derby.

The Sirens return a strong core group of players who already have two or three season under their belt. This season will be a little bit different, however, as the Sirens are looking to ramp up their level of competition.

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