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Reel Deal: Herring run started in CC Harbor

All signs indicate that there is a pretty good steelhead fishing season to be had in nearby coastal rivers; only trouble is that the drought has made it very difficult to go after the prized sea-running trout.

While anglers are waiting for rain, including some light rain predicted for next week, they can wet lines in Crescent City Harbor, where the annual herring run is just getting started, or the lower Klamath.


DN rolls over Arcata

Del Norte grapplers topple incomplete Tiger squad 54-18 in first league dual of the season

Del Norte’s Roberto Aguilar rolls Arcata’s Ian Parris onto his back in the second period in an exhibition match to kick off Wednesday’s dual between Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 rivals in Thunen Gymnasium. Aguilar won the match by fall and the Warriors won the dual 54-18. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The Del Norte wrestling team easily defeated Arcata 54-18 in their first league dual of the season.

The Tigers came into Thunen Gymnasium Wednesday with just eight of the 14 weights filled. Del Norte also had to forfeit two classes, so there were only seven varsity matches for the evening.


Del Norte girls roll over Hoopa 48-26

The Del Norte girls basketball team rolled to a 48-26 victory over Hoopa in a non-league matchup on Tuesday.

The Warriors opened the game with a 22-0 run in the first quarter and Del Norte was never again threatened.

“Everything was working,” said Del Norte head coach Jeff Cook. “They were playing us in zone. We got the inside working and we actually hit a couple jump shots.”

The Del Norte offense was spread around in the game, as the Warriors were able to get every player on the roster into the game.


Boys fall in OT, Fortuna awaits

The Del Norte boys basketball team let a late lead slip away in the closing minutes of an exciting 54-51 overtime loss against Hoopa.

“It was kind of what we expected,” said Del Norte head coach Blaine Lopez. “They get after it. They played hard and scrapped and it was a competitive game.”


Sports briefs Jan. 21, 2014

DNTV to show boys, girls at Bandon

The Del Norte boys and girls basketball teams will be be televised on Charter Cable Channel 4. The Warriors’ games from the championship round of the Bandon Tournament will be shown nightly at 7:30 p.m. starting on Wednesday.


Warriors take on Hoopa tonight

The Del Norte bench cheers on the action on the court during the Warriors’ win over Eureka. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
After opening up Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 league play with a 2-1 record, the Del Norte boys basketball team will take a one-game break from the rigors of the HDN Big 5 with a game against Hoopa tonight.

The Warriors (8-6) are expecting a difficult contest against Hoopa (13-4), which enters the game on a four-game winning streak.

Hoopa averages 62.3 points per game, including 21.9 points from center Milton Stewart.


Warriors ready for HDN Big 5 duals

5 Warriors place at Eagle Point Tournament, grapplers turn attention to team duals in return home

Del Norte head coach Aaron Schaad talks to his team during a break at the Battle at the Border. The Warriors will return home for the first time since their home tournament when they take on Arcata and Ferndale today to open the dual season. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
The Del Norte wrestling team traveled to Eagle Point and five varsity wrestlers made their way onto the podium to place.

The Warriors had a pair of place-winners at 113 pounds with Nicole Mattz finishing fourth and Marcus Henderson taking fifth place.

Chris Puente finished fourth at 220 pounds, Tanner Gensaw was fifth at 195 and Eric Turner was sixth at 182 pounds.


Wrestling dual date changed

The wrestling dual between Del Norte and Arcata has been moved to tomorrow beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Thunen Gymnasium.
The dual, originally on Del Norte's schedule for today, was changed due to a scheduling miscommunication between the two schools. It will be the Warriors first dual of the season, and their first time wrestling in front of their home crowd in 2014.

Hustle trumps Eureka's height

Del Norte not intimidated, topples taller Loggers 53-33

Read more...The boys basketball matchup between Del Norte and Eureka was reminiscent of David versus Goliath.

The Loggers came into Thunen Gymnasium on Thursday with a lineup that dwarfed the Warriors. Del Norte is used to being the shorter team, but Eureka was 5-8 inches taller at nearly every position.


Wrestling heads to Eagle Point Tourney

The Del Norte wrestling team is headed to Eagle Point today for what the team expects to be a tough test.

“Phoenix won the Eureka Tournament handily and they are going to be at Eagle Point. Eagle Point has beaten Phoenix already this year,” Del Norte head coach Aaron Schaad said.  Grants Pass is going to be there too and they won the Anderson Tournament. There are three teams right there that are pretty darn dominant.”

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