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AAU Basketball: Warriors win 2 titles in Eugene


Del Norte’s sixth grade AAU girls basketball team poses with first-place trophies won in Eugene over the weekend.
 AAU program takes 65 kids on seven teams to tournament in Oregon

The Del Norte AAU boys and girls basketball programs made a trip north to Eugene over the weekend for a round-robin tournament.

The Warriors brought 65 kids on seven different teams. All seven teams finished the weekend at 0.500 or above, and six teams placed in the top three in their divisions.

Bell, Costello pace DN in Oregon

The Del Norte boys and girls track teams both finished in 11th place overall at the Sterling/Lithia Invitational in Klamath Falls on Saturday.

“The idea is to have the kids run in a different environment and have them exposed to some different competition,” Escobar said. “They do what they can as far as placing. We were pleased with it.”

Redwood track team runs in Brookings

Redwood Elementary sent 21 students, grades sixth to eighth, to the Brookings Invitational track and field meet on Saturday.

Redwood sent 12 boys to the meet. The eighth-grade boys scored nine team points and finished tenth overall. The girls scored 9.5 points and finished ninth in the team standings.

Sports Briefs April 29, 2014

Junior Derby open to interested skaters 

The North Coast Junior Roller derby would like to invite interested skaters, ages 7–17, to come out to the fairgrounds for practice Tuesday through Thursday, from 5 to 6 p.m.


Lockwood locks up HDN individual golf title

Del Norte sophomore Kobie Lokwood earned his second-straight Humboldt-Del Norte crown after completing an undefeated regular season at Eureka Muni Golf Course on Thursday. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
 Del Norte takes third as a team 

Del Norte sophomore phenom Kobie Lockwood has won his second individual Humboldt-Del Norte League title.

Del Norte softball: Making the call

Junior pitcher Colleen Markussen has been a force on the mound for Del Norte this season, allowing just 18 earned runs in 91 innings for a 1.39 ERA. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
 Del Norte seasoned pitcher-catcher duo have started calling their own pitches this season 

Junior Colleen Markussen has been pitching for the Del Norte varsity softball team for three years now, and every year, she has been able to depend on senior catcher Kiera Davis behind the plate. This year, the pitcher-catcher duo has taken on more responsibility than ever before.

Warrior Memories: Memories of a fallen Warrior

Saturday April 19 was a very sad day for me. Don Morgan, a 1950 graduate and Warrior standout athlete, passed away in Washington.

Reel Deal: Anglers move from rivers to ocean

Roy Tuetstad of Windsor holds up a steelhead that he caught on the Smith River with Mick Thomas of Lunker Fish Trips this week. Del Norte Triplicate / Lunker Fish Trips
 As the Smith River’s steelhead season comes to a close, most of the fishing options in the region for the next couple of months will come from the great Pacific Ocean, including surfperch fishing, which is well underway.

Warriors win both games in Arcata

The Del Norte baseball team won both of its games in the Arcata Tournament this week. The Warriors traveled to Arcata Ball Park for games against South Fork and Ferndale on Monday and Tuesday.

Azalea lanes closing

After 35 years in business up in Brookings, Azalea Lanes will be closing on May 8 at the end of the current league season. Westcom News Service/ Ryan Sparks
 Closing of Brookings alley presents opportunity for growth at Crescent City’s Tsunami Lanes 

Brookings’ loss may be Crescent City’s gain.

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