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Del Norte Baseball: Warriors look to lean on experience

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Del Norte head coach Travis Johnson believes that his team can challenge for the Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 championship this season. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
Del Norte’s 2014 senior-laden lineup boasts more experience, confidence than in previous years

The Del Norte baseball team is gearing up for the 2014 season with high hopes.

When the Warriors take the field today at 11 a.m. for their season opening doubleheader against St. Bernard’s, they will look remarkably similar to the 2013 baseball team.

“We have pretty good hopes to be towards the top of the conference this year,” said senior shortstop Nathan Porter. “We have had three years of underclassmen playing that are now going to be three- or four-year varsity players, so we should have a lot of maturity.”

 

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Warrior Memories: The Loftins are a fun group of Warriors

The name Loftin has been a part of Warrior history for the last 64 years.

I had the privilege of playing football, basketball and baseball with the first Bill Loftin in 1950. When Bill married another Warrior graduate, Joan McNamara, it started a line of excellent Warriors that has carried through to the present season.

 

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Cheerleading National champions

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The Precision Cheer Academy Legacy Junior Level 1 Prep Division cheer team took first place in their division at PacWest Nationals, which ran from March 7-9. The championship team includes, left to right and back to front, Cassidy Chase, Josh Lopez, Hollee Peeples, Brinkley Webb, Lanamay Wise, Kaydence Farley, Kylie Re’, Kjirsten Kime, Lauren Goodman, Isabel Mejia, Tori Henry, River Wise, Emma Salas, Megan Levy and Trinity Kawate. Submitted
Local cheerleading team completes perfect season with PacWest National title

As the judges distributed superior awards for participation and moved on to the top three places in the Prep Junior Level 1 division in Portland on March 9, Legacy Cheerleading coach Wendy Going thought she must be mistaken.

“I couldn’t hear the sound very well because I was standing close to the stage and the sound was going over my head,” Going recalled. “When they were giving out the superior awards (participation), I was thinking, ‘This can’t be our division.’ As a bunch of small town kids, we were there for fun basically.”

When the Wolfpack, a group from one of the biggest gyms in Portland and the favorite in the division, was awarded the runner up trophy, Going finally realized that her Del Norte squad, from Lost Coast Gym in Klamath, had captured a PacWest National Championship.

 

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Tigers maul Warriors

Inconsistent serving dooms Warriors in 8-1 loss to Arcata Tigers

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Del Norte senior Sam Crisler hustles back to get to a shot during his singles match against C.J Gray of Arcata on Tuesday. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte High boys tennis team had another tough battle on Tuesday as Arcata came to Crescent City and beat the Warriors 8-1.

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Reel Deal: Rain puts anglers on the shores, waiting for river levels to drop

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Many anglers took advantage of a dropping Smith River to fish for steelhead Wednesday morning, including several near the Hiouchi Bridge. Del Norte Triplicate / Adam Spencer
After torrential rains spiked the levels of regional rivers, anglers were mostly still waiting for their favorite steelhead streams to drop into shape.

The always fast-to-clear Smith River, however, came into shape Wednesday with many anglers finding fresh chromers on the other end of the line.

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Sports briefs March 13, 2014

Lockwood places 1st in boys golf 

The Del Norte High boys golf team kicked off its season on Monday with a trip to Redwood Empire Golf & Country Club in Fortuna.

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Local bowler, Taylor, rolls a perfect game

Local Farmer’s Insurance Agent Adam Taylor has been bowling well over the last month. He placed second overall in the Men’s United States Bowling Congress-Crescent City Bowling Association Open and followed that up on Friday, March 7, by tying his career high score of 300 — a perfect game.

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Warriors split opener

Del Norte drops game one 12-1, take game two 5-0 in doubleheader with Arcata

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Del Norte’s Colleen Markussen slides safely into third base in the first game of the doubleheader against Arcata Saturday. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
It was a tale of two games on Saturday, as the Del Norte softball team opened its season at home with a doubleheader against Arcata.

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Del Norte tennis takes pounding against NCP

The Del Norte boys tennis team ran into a buzzsaw at home losing 8-1 on Saturday against North Coast Prep.

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2014 Jaycees tournament champions

Basketball

AAA Division

1st — Hank Marsh

2nd — Pomolita

3rd — Konocti

4th — Crescent Elk A

MVP: Iqbal Khan, Hank Marsh

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