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Warrior Memories: Not all great Warriors were coaches or athletes

Any former Warrior athlete that drives down North Bank Road past Ruby VanDeventer Park can’t help but remember all the contributions that this wonderful teacher made to Del Norte High School sports.

Del Norte softball drops 2 in Eureka

The Del Norte softball team had a tough doubleheader in the rain in Eureka on Thursday. The Warriors fell 10-1 in the first game and 8-4 in game two.

“They had a couple of good offensive innings,” said Del Norte head coach Tom Moore. “There is nothing that we did wrong.”

Del Norte High Track: Up and down meet

Read more... Eight Warriors compete at elite track meet in Grants Pass with mixed results 

The select members of the Del Norte track and field team that made the trip to Grants Pass for the 65th annual Grants Pass Rotary Invitational on Saturday experienced mixed results.

Kobie moves on to NCS ToC

Del Norte sophomore golfer Kobie Lockwood extended his season at least another week with a second place finish at the 2014 North Coast Section Division 2 Championship on Monday at Beau Pre Golf Course in McKinleyville.

Del Norte Youth Wrestling wraps up season with REWA Championship

Wyatt Lewis, 5, was one of 11 Warriors that finished first in their respective age and weight brackets in the REWA League Championship Tournament in McKinleyville on Saturday. The Del Norte Youth Wrestling team finished first overall as a team at the tournament. Photos submitted
 The Del Norte Youth Wrestling program wrapped up its 2014 season with the Redwood Empire Wrestling Associated League Championship Tournament team championship in McKinleyville on Saturday.

Del Norte Baseball: DN hot and cold in doubleheader

Del Norte sophomore first baseman Austin Healy slides safely into third base in the Warriors’ 6-3 win in game one. Del Norte split the doubleheader against Fortuna on Friday, falling 3-0 in the second game. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Warriors resilient in 6-3 game one win, offense goes cold in 3-0 loss to Fortuna in game two 

The Del Norte baseball team split a doubleheader at home against Fortuna on Friday after over a week without a game.

Warrior Memories: Dusting off the long lost Warrior fight song

A short time after I started writing these columns I was asked at a football game if the Warriors ever had a fight song.

Youth wrestling at Hoopa tourney

The Del Norte youth wrestling club took a trip down to Hoopa on Saturday for their second-to-last meet of the season. There were no team scores in Hoopa, but the Warriors did have 11 of the 13 wrestlers competing finish in the top three.

Reel Deal

Photo courtesy of Andy Martin / Wild Rivers Fishing
 This Rogue River spring king salmon was caught last weekend by Jeff Park, of Santa Cruz, while fishing with Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. Local fishing options are limited in Del Norte right now, but a few halibut were hauled into Crescent City Harbor this week with Thursday’s opening of that season.

Surfperch fishing is always a good bet in spring before ocean salmon opens on May 10 and the rockfish/lingcod season opens on May 15.

Huskies roll Warriors

Sophomore third basemen Katie Aguirre fields a bunt with a runner on third base in the second game against Fortuna. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 DN falls 11-1, 13-0 in tough doubleheader 

The Fortuna softball team came into Crescent City and took it to Del Norte, sweeping a doubleheader on Friday. Del Norte lost the first game 11-1 and dropped game two 13-0 in six innings.

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