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Warrior golf team ready for NCS NCS

Compete in NCS qualifier on Monday

 

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Members of the Del Norte High boys golf team pose for a photo on Thursday. They are from left to right: James Morrow, Shane Frank, Luke Polidore, Anthony Kravitz and Dillon Wright. In the front row is Christian Cain. (The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal)
It’s been a special season for the Del Norte High boys golf team.

For the first time in several years, the entire Warriors team earned an invite to the NCS qualifiers, which take place on Monday in Windsor.


Del Norte plays two at Eureka Saturday

Read more...It’s been a busy week to say the least for the Del Norte High Warriors baseball team.

Saturday, Del Norte will play its fourth and fifth games of the week when they meet Eureka on the road starting at 11 a.m.

 


Home HDNC track event to take place on Saturday

Qualifier for two events


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Mark Standring of Del Norte High attempts a jump during a meet in Crescent City in March. On Saturday Del Norte High is hosting a Humboldt-Del Norte Conference qualifier event on Saturday starting at 10 a.m. (The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson)
For only the second time this season a home track and field event will take place at Del Norte High School on Saturday.

The Warriors track and field team will host a Humboldt-Del Norte Conference qualifier event starting at 10 a.m. at Mike Whalen Field.


Warriors look to build on positive momentum

Face Eureka in  two road games

 

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Del Norte High head softball coach Jackie Heuberger leads her team in a cheer during a game against McKinleyville on Wednesday. (The Daily Triplicate/Bill Choy)
Warrior Head Coach Jackie Heuberger is excited to see the way her team has finally come together.

After a very up and down season the Del Norte High softball team played one of their best games of the year on Wednesday when they downed Big 5 Conference rival  McKinleyville 3-2 at home.

 


Playing until the sun goes down

Warriors hang on for 13-12 victory in 12

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Junior catcher Barrett McClaflin of Del Norte High get ready to grab the ball on Wednesday at home. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
CRESCENT CITY  —  It was a true marathon session for the Del Norte High baseball team at home on Wednesday.

Facing Big 5 Conference rival McKinleyville and in the thick of the conference crown, the Warriors endured a 12-inning slugfest and pulled off the 13-12 victory.


Back in the swing

Losing streak broken with win at home

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Junior Sarah Weiser of Del Norte High throws a pitch on Wednesday against McKinleyville at home. Del Norte won 3-2. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
The Del Norte High softball team started the second half of the Big 5 Conference season in winning fashion at home Wednesday afternoon.

After losing three straight games and going 1-6 in the Big 5 in the first half of the season, Del Norte defeated McKinleyville 3-2 in a much needed win.

“They won because they played well,” Warrior head coach Jackie Heuberger said. “Today they came together as a team. They were on the same page.”


Photo: Middle school track and field


Warriors dominate Huskies

Baseball team wins 10-1 and 17-5 on road

FORTUNA — It was two games worth waiting for.

After being off for more than a week the Del Norte High varsity baseball team showed little rust in putting a beat-down on Fortuna in Big 5 doubleheader action on the road on Tuesday.

The Warriors won game one 10-1 and the second contest 17-5.


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