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DN faces mobile quarterback for 3rd straight week in Yreka

Warriors hope to spoil Miners’ home opener, extend winning streak to three

The Del Norte football team is looking to continue its fast start to the 2014 season when they head to Yreka on Friday for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.

Although the Warriors have not faced the Miners on the gridiron in at least a decade, the two teams have some familiarity with one another. Del Norte head coach Ray Rook said the team sees Yreka every summer at the Gold Beach football camp, and the two teams even scrimmaged this year.

Girls soccer has rough start on road

The Del Norte girls soccer team had a rough first half on Wednesday against Ferndale and went on to drop its road opener 7-0.

Ferndale jumped on top of the Warriors early and used an 11-0 shot advantage in the first half to amass a 5-0 lead heading into halftime.

Warriors cruise by Gold Beach

Del Norte middle blocker Sarah Levi hits the ball from the middle off of a set from freshman Payton Healy. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Del Norte takes advantage of free balls, Panthers' serve receive miscues in win

The Del Norte volleyball team continued to come together on Wednesday night in Thunen Gymnasium as they dispatched Gold Beach 3-0 (25-11. 25-13, 25-11) to improve to 6-1 in the young season.

The Warriors were able to build an early lead in all three sets and — unlike Monday’s game when Del Norte allowed several runs by Brookings to tighten up the score — were never challenged down the stretch.

Girls golf in Del Norte for only home meet

Fans of the Del Norte girls golf team have their only chance to watch the Warriors at home this season Thursday, starting at 11 a.m. at the Del Norte Golf Course as the Warriors host their Humboldt-Del Norte meet for the season.

Warriors protect home court

Senior Kayla Costello looks to set the ball to Sarah Levi in the second of three sets in Monday’s 3-0 (25-16, 25-21, 25-17) win over Brookings. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
DN bests Brookings-Harbor in three sets Monday in Warriors’ first home game this season

Although the Del Norte volleyball team had a few mental lapses here and there, the Warriors were in control of play for almost the entire match in their home opening 3-0 (25-16, 25-21, 25-17) win over Brookings-Harbor on Monday.

“I think that they were excited to play their first game,” said Del Norte head coach Debbie Lorenzi. “We had some lulls that were too long for when we play a team that is better than us, but I think we were the better team here tonight.”

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.”

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