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Warriors showing improvement, fall 4-0 to MHS

Freshman Laura Ochoa tries to break through the Panthers’ defense. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte girls soccer team hosted a tough McKinleyville team for its Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 league opener, falling 4-0. The young Warriors are pleased with the progress they have made, however, after a 1-2 start to the season.

“I am happy about how we played,” said head coach Clar Byers. “McKinleyville is a good team and we only had 12 players on our roster today. The girls settled down and passed around.”

Yang shines in Warrior losses

Del Norte No. 2 singles player Debbie Yang returns a ball during the second set of her 2-1 victory over Arcata. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Girls tennis falls to Loggers, Panthers 

The Del Norte girls tennis team lost two tightly contested matches in three days, slipping back to 2-2 for the season.

The Warriors traveled to Eureka on Saturday and picked up their first loss of the year in a close 5-4 match against the Loggers.

“It gave us things to work on this week and the kids are doing it,” said Del Norte head coach Samuel Escobar. “We have done a lot of movement exercises, a lot of repetition of going side to side, and we worked a lot on volleys and overhand shots.”

Bouncing Back

Del Norte’s Grace Bruschi (yellow) and Madison Smedley (blue) lay out for a dig in the second set in Brookings on Monday night. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Warriors cruise to 3-0 win at Brookings-Harbor after tough Hidden Valley Tournament 

The Del Norte volleyball team got back to its winning ways on Monday night with a 3-0 (25-16, 25-12, 25-9) win at Brookings-Harbor.

The victory came just two days after the Warriors lost three straight games, all in pool play at a difficult Hidden Valley Tournament, to improve to 7-4 overall in nonconference play.

JV prayer answered with Hail Mary


Del Norte gets unlikely 16-14 win over Yreka to start 2014 season 3-0

The Del Norte junior varsity football team showed a lot of moxie and were able to take advantage of a little bit of luck to stay undefeated in the young season with a 16-14 victory over Yreka in a game JV head coach Dan Forkner called, “Definitely the most exciting game that I have coached in.”

Boys, girls XC take fifth at Brookings

The boys and girls cross country teams both took fifth place out of six teams in their season-opening meet in Brookings-Harbor on Saturday. Arcata won both the boys and the girls meet.

Junior Jesus Lara was the fastest Warrior, running the boys course in a time of 18:18.69 for a 10th-place finish. It was Lara’s first-ever high school cross country meet after playing football for the last two years.

Rec. league crowns slow pitch champs

The Del Norte Recreation Department’s Slowpitch season came to a close on Monday at Pyke’s Field with the Men’s Lower and Middle Division Championships.

Home, sweet home

Del Norte’s No. 1 golfer Siera Fitzhugh chips her ball up onto the green on Thursday at the Del Norte Golf Course. Fitzhugh reached her season goal of breaking 90 with a score of 89 for 3rd place in the Warriors only home golf meet of the season. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Warriors happy with scores in only home meet of season Thursday at Del Norte Golf Course 

The Del Norte girls golf team got to compete on its home turf, the Del Norte Golf Course, on Thursday in its second Humboldt-Del Norte League meet of the season and its only home meet of the year.

The Warriors had two girls compete in the meet. Junior Siera Fitzhugh finished with a score of 89 to take third place and fellow junior Gina Dana took 14th place with a round of 139.

Warriors fall 42-36 in furious finish

It was a wild end to a competitive game in Yreka on Friday night.

After Yreka and Del Norte traded blows for the first 44 minutes, the Miners looked to put the finishing touches on its home opening win with a 40-yard touchdown run from Drew Kannely-Robles, his fourth touchdown of the night, to put Yreka ahead 35-21 with just 3:25 remaining in the game.

Warrior Memories: 1982: DN had two champions

With a new school year just getting underway and football and volleyball ready to provide fans with a lot of excitement, I’d like to take a look back at the 1982 seasons of these two teams.

Reel Deal: Jack fishing plentiful in local rivers

Alex Kwan, of Gasquet, caught this 20-pound lingcod last weekend with Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips, which just started offering ocean charter trips this week. Jim Mitchell / Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips
With ocean salmon officially closed on the North Coast and the Klamath River’s adult Chinook quotas already met, bottom fishing out of Crescent City Harbor is probably the best bet for fishing in Del Norte County.  

If you want to take a drive, salmon in the Lower Rogue River have been red-hot.

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