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Tsunami Sirens are ready for a rematch

North Coast Roller Derby welcomes Resurrection Combustin’ Betties 

The Tsunami Sirens lost just three bouts last season. The team will look to get revenge on one of those teams, the Combustin’ Betties, today at the fairgrounds beginning at 6 p.m.

The Combustin’ Betties got the better of the Sirens in Rohnert Park last season with a 203-156 victory.

Del Norte baseball bests Huskies

Warriors rebound with big fourth inning en route to 4-1 win over Fortuna 

The Del Norte baseball team put themselves into an early hole, but the Warriors used defense and pitching to shut down the Huskies and escape Fortuna with a 4-1 victory.

Fishing report: Plenty of fresh fish in Wild Rivers

Roy Tuetstad of Windsor holds up a steelhead that he caught on the Smith River with Mick Thomas of Lunker Fish Trips this week. Photo courtesy of Mick Thomas / Lunker Fish Trips
 Fishing guides report half the steelhead catches on the Smith River are fresh from the ocean 

This seems to be the Smith River steelhead season that just won’t quit.  There are just under three weeks left in the Smith’s steelhead season, and anglers are still catching fresh fish.

Girls take first, boys second at Fortuna tack and field meet

The Del Norte track and field team put up some of its best numbers of the year so far with personal records in 67 events at a Wednesday meet in Fortuna.

Del Norte Youth shine in Ferndale

The Del Norte Youth Wrestling program’s season continued in Ferndale on Saturday and once again the Warriors had a strong showing.

Del Norte softball falls 4-2 in Fortuna

The Del Norte softball team let its Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 season opener slip away on Wednesday falling 4-2 in Fortuna. 

Track and field: DN records another team-sweep

Junior Grace Bruschi won the shotput and discuss in Brookings. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
 The annual Brookings-Harbor Rotary track and field meet on Saturday was a little bit smaller than usual, with just four teams in attendance. As Del Norte has done for most of the season, the boys and girls track and field teams both left the meet with first place finishes.

“The unfortunate thing is it was small,” Del Norte head coach Samuel Escobar said. “In the past they have had 11 teams but this year, for a number of reasons, there were just four teams.”

Junior roller derby: Teach me how to derby

Junior Roller Derby coach Jack “Coach Old Xchool” Gollaher, also the coach of the Tsunami Sirens, has a long history of coaching kids in both skating and non-skating sports. Del Norte Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
 17 youngsters have joined the North Coast Roller Derby 

There is a new roller derby team in Crescent City.

On March 1, the North Coast Roller Derby began practice with a group of 7- to 13- year old kids with the intention of forming a junior team.

“We are really excited about it,” said head coach Jack ‘Coach Old Xchool’ Gollaher, who is also coaching the Tsunami Sirens. “They bring a lot of different energy to the building.”


Sports briefs April 8, 2014

Boys tennis falls to Arcata on the road 

The boys tennis team travled to Arcata on Saturday for a Humboldt-Del Norte League match up with the Tigers.

The Warriors lost 7-2 as a team, picking up a win in singles and a forfiet in doubles.

Del Norte Baseball: Win streak hits four

Del Norte senior shortstop Nathan Porter tosses the ball to third base after catching an Illinos Valley runner in a rundown in the Warriors’ 12-5 victory Thursday. Del Norte once again used some agressive baserunning to fuel its offense against the Cougars. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
 Just 16 day earlier, the Del Norte High baseball team cruised to an easy victory against Illinois Valley in Cave Junction. In Crescent City on Thursday, the Warriors saw a much better Cougar team, but they were able to pull out a 12-5 victory to remain undefeated at 4-0.

Illinois Valley struggled at the plate in the first meeting between the teams, but since that game the Cougars had scored 9, 13 and 17 runs in three straight comfortable wins.

“The kids over there have improved a lot since we played them last,” said Del Norte head coach Travis Johnson. “They have won three games in a row. I give credit to the kids for coming out and not being flat.”


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