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Big weekend for Del Norte wrestlers

Warriors send 9 boys to North Coast sections, Nicole Mattz headed to girls state finals on Friday

This is the weekend that the Del Norte wrestling team has been training for the past three months.

This Friday, 10 Warriors will compete at some of the biggest wrestling tournaments in California.

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Swimming lessons offered by WRSC

The Wild Rivers Swim Club and Pacific Masters Swimming will be hosting a Freestyle and Backstroke clinic on Sunday, March 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

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Bowling league scores Feb. 27, 2014

Monday Social Fours (Feb. 17)

Team# Name wins-losses

#5 Who Cares? 20-12

#6 LifeStyles Research 19-13

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Sinners punished in Sirens' home debut

Tsunami Sirens protect their home track with a 218-111 victory over SINtral Valley

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Tsunami Sirens jammer Ana “Autopsy’ana” Jaime circles the track after breaking through the pack in the Tsunami Sirens first home bout of the season. The Sirens trailed for the majority of the bout, but came back to win 218-111 on Saturday at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The night ended with the Tsunami Sirens running away from the visiting SINtral Valley Sinners on Saturday in the Del Norte County Fairgrounds main building.

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Del Norte sends 10 grapplers to sections

Hawk Mattz earns third straight league title as Del Norte finishes in third place overall

If surviving and advancing to the North Coast Section tournament is the goal at the Humboldt-Del Norte Championships, then Saturday has to be considered a success for the Del Norte wrestling team.

The Warriors only had 13 wrestlers compete at the Humboldt-Del Norte League Tournament in Arcata on Saturday due to injury, but 10 of them wrestled well enough to earn a spot in the 2014 North Coast Wrestling Championships.

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Sports briefs Feb. 25, 2014

Boys tennis kicks off spring sports season

The spring sports season gets under way today when the Del Norte boys tennis team hosts Fortuna at the high school tennis courts.

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Tsunami Sirens take on Sinners

Night of roller derby includes co-ed bout following the Tsunami Sirens home opener today

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The Tsunami Sirens will take to the track today for their first home bout of the season against the SINtral Valley Sinners. Afterwards, some of the Sirens may join up with the Elitist Scumbags, which will skate against the Co-ed Clippers in the second bout of the double header. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
The North Coast Roller Derby is preparing to host its first bouts of the season with a doubleheader today.

The Tsunami Sirens will kick things off with a bout against the SINtral Valley Sinners at 6 p.m. in the Del Norte County Fairgrounds main building. The second bout of the evening will feature a co-ed bout between the Elitist Scumbags and the Co-ed Clippers.

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Teen League Bball sign up under way

The Del Norte Recreation Department is accepting team registrations for Teen League Basketball until Wednesday. The season will begin on March 12.

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DN grapplers heading to Eureka for HDN Tournament

The Del Norte wrestlers are hoping to make their first step towards the state meet this Saturday when they travel to Arcata for the Humboldt-Del Norte Tournament.

Each weightclass will have an eight-man bracket to crown a conference champion. Although there are eight teams, many of the teams do not have a complete lineup, so some of the brackets will have fewer than eight wrestlers. The top three wrestlers from each bracket will advance to wrestle in the North Coast Section tournament on March 1.

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DN outlasts Loggers 63-58

Del Norte advances to face Hoopa in Dick Nicial Tournament

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The Del Norte varsity wresters and coaches show off their brand new fourth place medals from the North Coast. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
For once, it was the Del Norte offense that came through in the clutch.

The Del Norte boys basketball team relied on its defense to carry it to a 9-8 regular season record, but it used a hot shooting night in Eureka to advance past the first round of the Dick Nicial Conference Tournament with a 63-58 road victory over the Loggers.

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