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Del Norte AAU nets champ in Coos Bay

The sixth grade Del Norte AAU boys basketball team poses with their medals and trophies on Saturday at the South Coast Sharks Shootout. Photo courtesy of Shanna Scott
The Del Norte AAU Program kicked off its basketball season on Saturday at the South Coast Sharks Shootout in Coos Bay.

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Sports briefs March 27, 2014

3 Del Norte home games canceled

There was just enough rain on Tuesday for Del Norte to call its sporting events scheduled for that evening.

The baseball and softball teams were set to play home games against Illinois Valley while the boys tennis team was scheduled to host Eureka.

2014 Redwood Wild River Run: Record attendance

Beautiful day brings out local runners, 272 participants breaks Redwood Wild River Run record 

Participants and fans gather Saturday at the covered bridge in Hiouchi as the awards were announced for the annual Redwood Wild River Run. The bridge was the start and end point of both the 5k and 15k races. Photo courtesy of Renate Hirt
The sun was shining and the weather warm as participants from across California and Oregon and as far away as Sweet Springs, Mo. took a late Saturday morning run through the Redwood forest this weekend.

Boys tennis falls 8-0 in Fortuna

The Del Norte boys tennis team kicked off the second half of the season on Saturday with an 8-0 loss in Fortuna.

Del Norte will be back in action today when they host Eureka.

DN softball stumbles at Anderson

The Del Norte softball team struggled in Redding over the weekend at the Anderson Tournament on Friday and Saturday.

The Warriors went 0-4 over the weekend, falling to Placer 17-2, Paradise 11-0 and Enterprise 12-4 in pool play on Friday.

DNYW wins hardware at Arcata

Colton Schaad, 6, looks to control his opponent at the Arcata Wrestling Tournament on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Cheyenne Schaad
The Del Norte Youth Wrestling program was back in action over the weekend. The Warriors sent 26 wrestlers to Humboldt county and 18 of them placed in the top three in their age group and weight class.

Del Norte Youth Wrestling

Photo courtesy of Cheyenne Schaad
 The Del Norte Youth Wrestling program got off to a strong start at the youth tournament in Fortuna on Saturday. The Warriors took 29 kids to the tournament and 25 placed in the top three in their respective divisions. 


Warrior Memories: Track team provides fun in the spring sun

Spring is here with all the sports that come with it. There is girls softball, boys baseball, tennis and golf, and boys and girls track. 

With all these activities under way it was great to hear of the great turnout for track. 

While talking to George Hartman, who is an assistant of head coach Sam Escobar. George indicated that there were over 85 boys and girls out for the team. This is great since track is a sport where you don’t have to make cuts, so everyone has a chance to compete. 


Del Norte softball splits early week games


Warriors fall to Brookings 3-2, bounce back for 19-0 win over Illinois Valley

The Del Norte softball team started the week with a pair of road games. The Warriors headed to Brookings-Harbor for a close 3-2 loss in extra innings on Monday. The girls bounced back for a dominant 19-0 victory over Illinois Valley in Cave Junction Tuesday.

Although the Warriors couldn’t pull out the victory on Monday, head coach Tom Moore was proud of how they competed against the Bruins.


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