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DN Warriors fall to Eureka Loggers 9-5

Drop to 0-3 in Big 5 play


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Lexie Nelson of Del Norte High gets ready to bunt the ball during a game against Eureka in Crescent City on Wednesday. (Lexie Nelson of Del Norte High gets ready to bunt the ball during a game against Eureka in Crescent City on Wednesday. (The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson)
CRESCENT CITY — The Del Norte High varsity softball team would love to take the second inning back.

 


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Baseball squad opens Big 5 with two wins over Panthers

Improve to 10-4 for the season, face Eureka at home Wed.

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Del Norte High shortstop Zach Hegelmeyer during the Warriors last home game on April 2 against Brookings-Harbor. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
Let’s start with the good news.

The Del Norte High varsity baseball team opened the Big 5 Conference season in winning fashion Saturday, taking down McKinleyville 7-6 and 13-9 in doubleheader action on the road.

While they were not the most proficient of games in patches, head coach Pablo Lorenzi said it was nice to start the Big 5  campaign with the wins.


Warriors softball team falls in doubleheader to Panthers

While both games were close, in the end, the Del Norte High varsity softball team could not gain the wins in the Big 5 Conference opener on Saturday.

At McKinleyville, the Warriors lost 4-3 and 4-2 to drop to 5-7 for the season.

Head coach Jackie Heuberger said improvements were made but not enough to come away with the victory.


DN Warrior track team takes second in Yreka

The Del Norte High track and field team had an outstanding showing at the 46th Annual Yreka Lions’ Invitational on Saturday.

Both the boys and girls teams each took second place overall behind host team Yreka.

Two Warriors took three events each in Yreka and each helped Del Norte to the top place in the 4x100 relay events.


DN tennis team takes part at HDNC event

The Del Norte High boys tennis team competed at Eureka High at the Humboldt-Del Norte Conference singles championships on Saturday.

In No. 1 singles Daniel Escobedo fell to Jacob Junkermann of Ferndale 6-1, 6-4. In No. 2 singles Thomas Thao downed Chris Metzger of Fortuna 6-4, 7-5. In his next match he lost to Keiven Suiker of Eureka 6-3, 6-1.


Youngsters take the field

DN Little League opens new season

 

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Seven- and 8-year-old Little Leaguers took to the field Thursday afternoon when the Athletics, sponsored by Sutter Coast Hospital, played the Hot Rods, sponsored by American Towing. Batting for the A's is Mikey Weiland and catching for the Hot Rods is Brett Floyd. For more photos, go to triplicate.com/ photos (The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson)
It’s become something of a phenomenon here in Del Norte County.

Each spring, hundreds of kids, from as young as 4 to teens up to 16, get out their bats and balls and take the community out to the ball game for Del Norte Little League baseball and softball action.

 


DN opens Big 5 season today

Hope to turn around inconsistent year


It has been a season of inconsistencies for the Del Norte High varsity softball team.

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Del Norte High senior catcher Lauryn Lesina catches the ball during a home game against Hoopa. (Photo courtesy of Lori Gustafson)
After winning its third straight conference title in 2009 and making it within a game of the Northcoast Section playoffs  Division III championships after winning it all the year before, things have been more challenging for the Warriors in 2010.


Warriors seeking success in Big 5 Conference play

Big 5 season starts on Saturday down in McKinleyville

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Junior pitcher Layton O’Reilley gets ready to throw a pitch against Brookings-Harbor at home on April 1. (The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson)
Thursday’s clear and sunny weather was the perfect backdrop for a baseball practice.

These conditions have been few and far between this spring for the Del Norte High varsity baseball team, as wet fields and  lots of rain have been the norm,   with most practices being held indoors.

Head coach Pablo Lorenzi was pleased with the weather change, as the squad could get needed  practices done before the start of the Big 5 Conference season.


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