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New ocean regulations

Brenden Stoll of Crescent City landed this 20-plus pound steelhead early in the morning on March 4. Stoll said he hooked the fish but soon after got his line crossed with fishing buddy Cody Gardner of Crescent City. When they tried to cut the lines apart, they cut the line to the fish. Surprisingly, the steelhead didn’t run and they were able to hastily tie the line back together in time to resume the fight and eventually pull it out of the water. Submitted
Oregon, California release new rockfish rules during slow week of fishing for anglers 

Fishing was difficult this week with both the Smith and Chetco rivers running low and clear and the ocean in a state of turmoil. The biggest news of the week came from new regulations.

Ocean regulations

Both the Oregon and California departments of fish and wildlife released new regulations this week regarding ocean fishing.

DN track and field shoots for two championships

The Del Norte track and field team captured a Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 League championship last year. This year, the Warriors have their eyes set on two.

Last year, the Warriors won the girls championship with 176 points, beating Arcata by 47 and more than doubling up the Loggers, who took third.

“My expectation for the girls is to win the league again like they did last year,” said Del Norte head coach Samuel Escobar. “This year it looks like a lot of the teams don’t have the senior studs that they have had in the past.”

Warrior Memories: Blues sparked Warrior success

The four years that I had the privilege of playing baseball for the Warriors spark great memories every spring when the Del Norte baseball team takes to the field.

My first year, the spring of 1948, was not one of great success. I can’t remember winning a game. The team did not have any experienced players since baseball was just getting started again after World War II and there were no youth programs in town to develop players.

Warriors top Wildcats

Sophomore Garrett Galea played his first singles tennis match ever in Del Norte’s meet with Ferndale on Tuesday. Although Galea lost the match Del Norte won the meet 5-4 over Ferndale to improve to 2-2 overall this season. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Del Norte boys tennis uses full lineup to edge Ferndale 5-4, improve to 2-2 overall this season 

The Del Norte boys tennis team picked up its second win of the season on Tuesday when the Warriors hosted Ferndale. It was the first time this year the Del Norte had a full squad with all five players on the roster in attendance, and the Warriors needed every one of them as they edged out the Wildcats 5-4.

Ferndale had only four players and were forced to forfeit the No. 6 singles match as well as the No. 3 doubles match.

DN ready to take to softball diamond

Young Warriors squad kicks off 2015 season with trip to Redding 

After weeks of practice, the Del Norte softball team is ready to show what it’s got this season as the Warriors travel to Redding to compete in the Anderson Cubs Tournament starting tomorrow and finishing up on Friday.

“We have a young crew here, but we have five returners,” said Del Norte head coach Tom Moore. “It is basically like it is every year. It is all up to them. They are young, but if they pull together, do their jobs and work hard we should be fine.”

King of Clubs: Golf faces some big challenges

According to the National Golf Foundation — the most trusted source of information and insights on golf — it takes approximately four hours to complete 18 holes on a regulation golf course with the par of 72.  The NGF also has studied golf’s average score for the novice player which is well over a cumulative stroke total of 110. Furthermore, they concluded that it cost $36 for 18 holes at a public nominal-fee course. 

So, what is to be said about this?

Perfect Pom-poms

Crescent Elk cheerleaders compete at the weekend Jaycees tournament. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Cheerleading teams from Crescent Elk, Smith River and Redwood schools all competed in the cheerleading competition on Saturday at the Crescent City Jaycees Boys Basketball Tournament over the weekend. There were 23 cheerleading squads competing in five divisions this year. Smith River pulled out a first-place finish in the A-2 division. Meanwhile, Redwood Red and Redwood White won the B-1 Division and the B-2 & C Division respectively. Crescent Elk also had several teams compete in the cheerleading competion on Saturday. 

C.C. is the place to be

The Redwood White team celebrates after winning the C Division championship game at the 47th Crescent City Jaycees Tournament.
56 teams come from as far away as eight hours to compete in the C.C. Jaycees Tournament

It was an emphatic end to the season for 56 eighth-grade boys basketball team, 23 cheerleading squads and various other participants in the myriad competitions offered at the 47th annual Crescent City Jaycees Boys Basketball Tournament in Del Norte.

“We had a few glitches here and there, but all in all, the tournament itself was really competitive. Almost all of the games were really close,” said Jaycees Tournament Director John Phillips. “Everyone I heard from said the cheerleading competition was really well-run.”

A total of nine basketball teams from Del Norte County competed in the two-day event, but other schools — like Chehalis, Wash. — traveled  as many as eight hours to attend.

Shorthanded tennis falls 6-3 to Tigers

The Del Norte boys tennis team split the six matches played with Arcata on Saturday, but due to three forfeits, the Tigers pulled out a 6-3 victory in Arcata. 

The Warriors went 1-3 overall in singles play with Ger Xiong winning 6-0, 6-1. Del Norte was able to sweep the doubles contests, however, with Xiong and Alex Westbrook winning the No. 1 doubles contest 8-2 and Rocky Lo and Perker Thompson winning No. 2 doubles 8-7.

DN golf shows well in team’s 2nd meet

The Del Norte boys golf team had a strong showing in its second meet of the season at the Willow Creek Golf Course on Monday.

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