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Scott medals at HDN cross country finalsolleyball: Five set battle

The Del Norte cross country team traveled to Arcata on Saturday for the Humboldt-Del Norte championships and the Warriors returned home with another medal for lone girls runner Karlie Scott.

Scott, a senior, picked up her second HDN medal with a 13th place finish. Her time of 21:55 was 1:10 faster than at the league finals last year.

DNYF ears spot in A, AAA championship games

The Del Norte AAA Goldís defense swarms a loose ball on a Hoopa fumble in the redzone to help protect a late lead. Joey Wainscott (center) eventually recovered the fumble to give the Warriors possession at their own 12 yard line late in the fourth quarter. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte Youth Football program had three teams competing in the Six Rivers Youth Football Conference semifinals on Sunday, and two Warrior teams advanced to represent Del Norte in the A and AAA championship games at the Humboldt State University Redwood Bowl in Arcata next weekend.

In AAA, the No. 2 seeded Del Norte Gold team avenged a 31-14 loss by Del Norte Blue in the first round with a dramatic 12-6 overtime victory over Hoopa in the semifinals at Thunen Field.

Del Norte football gets No. 11 seed, trip to Piedmont

The North Coast Section playoff brackets were released on Sunday, and the Del Norte football team received the No. 11 seed in the NCS Division IV bracket.

The Warriors will travel to Piedmont on Saturday for a 7 p.m. kickoff against the West Alameda County Conference champions. Piedmont sits at 8-2 overall heading into the matchup after completing a perfect 5-0 campaign in the WACC. Del Norte enters the postseason with a 4-6 overall record and a 3-3 mark in Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 play.

Del Norte football falls 47-27 in Fortuna

When play started in Fortuna on Friday, it took the Del Norte football team almost 11 minutes to get going as the Huskies ran out to a big lead and held on for a 47-27 victory on senior night.

Fortuna jumped all over Del Norte early as the Warriors managed just one first down in the first quarter. The Huskies, meanwhile, moved the ball well on the ground but found the endzone through the air, capping its first four drives with touchdown passes of 8, 40, 30 and 17 yards to take a commanding 27-0 lead. 

Reel Deal: Brief opening

Marie and Marwan Zoueihid, of Monterey, hold two wild and hatchery kings apiece caught Friday on the Chetco with Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. Photo courtesy of Andy Martin / Wild Rivers Fishing
The Smith and Chetco rivers rose rapidly over the weekend, providing salmon holding near the mouth of both rivers a chance to travel upstream. The rise in water flows also allowed anglers to venture upstream of Rowdy Creek on the Smith River for the first time this year. As a wet weekend gave way to yet another dry week, however, both rivers were running low once again by the end of the week with the low-flow closure back in effect on the Smith River as of Tuesday morning.

Warrior Memories: Wild Pigs brought our game to a halt

I really enjoy looking back on my memories as a Warrior. Some are happy some sad, some exciting and some just humorous. 

My brother Frank and I have always said the seasons are not divided up by winter, spring, summer and fall but by football, basketball, baseball and hunting. So when a short time ago a friend of mine said he was going wild pig hunting, it reminded me of a football game we played my senior year, which was the 1950 season. 

Weekend Warriors: Cross country finals

The Humboldt-Del Norte cross country season will wrap up Saturday in Arcata with the league championships starting at 11 a.m.

Each of the top seven finishers in both the boys and girls races will receive a White Star for their efforts. Runners finishing in the top 15 will earn a medal.

Slowpitch: Breaking the wood out

Austin Moore belts a leadoff single for Backwoods in the second inning against Baby Dís Lazers. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
When the slew of summer slowpitch softball leagues wrap up at the end of the summer, Pykes Field breaks the wood out as slowpitch fanatics continue with the Del Norte Recreation Department’s fall Men’s Wood Bat League on Tuesdays and a Co-ed league on Wednesdays.  The Wood Bat League wrapped up its regular season this week and will start with its double elimination playoffs next week. 

Del Norte football in for tough finale in Fortuna

A last-minute field goal by rival Eureka on Friday handed the Del Norte football team its second loss in league play, eleminating the Warriors from contention for a Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 league title, but the team doesn’t have any time to feel down with a trip to undefeated Fortuna scheduled for Friday night.

“The scenario of, ‘I can’t get what I want so I am going to take my ball and go home,’ is not this group, it is not this team and it is not Del Norte,” said Del Norte head coach Lewis Nova. “There is something else we are fighting for.”

Focus on community: New recreation coordinator

Kelsey Bozeman recently joined the Del Norte Recreation Department as the recreation coordinator. She said she looks forward to engaging the community. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
There is a new face on H Street.

Kelsey Bozeman joined the Del Norte Recreation Department as its new recreation coordinator in October and her arrival has opened up some opportunities for the department that has been understaffed for several months.

“She will take over making schedules for our seasonal athletic programs,” said Del Norte County Administrative Officer Jay Sarina. “We are also going to be looking at our involvement with other partners that we have. One of the areas that she has a lot of experience in is planning special events that we may want to branch out to.”

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