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DNTA event set for Saturday at DNHS


Former Del Norte Warrior earns honor at CR

Named to the  second team in the GVC 

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Former Del Norte High School baseball player Michael Stroup gets ready to bat for College of the Redwoods of Eureka. (Photo courtesy of David Stroup)
Former Del Notre High baseball player Michael Stroup had a successful first year on the junior college level.

Stroup, a freshman at College of the Redwoods in Eureka, was named to the second team Golden Valley Conference squad earlier this month.


Warriors end regular season today

Playoff bound squad may face Fortuna at home

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Del Norte High senior Nate Bruder catches the ball during a home game against McKinleyville. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
If the weather proves willing, the Del Notre High baseball team will finish a successful season at home today.

Del Norte is currently 16-7 for the year and 7-3 overall in the Big 5 Conference. They will face Fortuna at 4 p.m. in the regular season finale, although the forecast is for rain and wind today.

It has been one of the more successful seasons in several years for Del Norte, which will finish second in the Big 5 regardless of what happens today. They are all but guaranteed a spot in the Northcoast Section Division III playoffs, which begin next Tuesday and Wednesday.  It will be the third straight year the Warriors have earned a postseason berth.


Surging Del Norte softball squad hosts Fortuna in home finale

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Del Norte High senior Lauryn Lesina swings for the ball during a home game against Eureka last month. Del Norte faces Fortuna today at home. The Daily Triplicate/ Bryant Anderson
The Del Norte High softball team hopes to keep its late season success going in the home finale today.

In the middle of a four game winning streak, Del Norte will face Fortuna at 4 p.m., weather dependent at the high school.

The first time the two teams met in April, Fortuna swept the Warriors 5-2 and 10-7.


Raising Cain on the golf course

Sophomore to compete at NCS Championships

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Del Norte High sophomore Christian Cain prepares to make a shot during a meet at Del Norte Golf Course in April. The Daily Triplicate/ Bryant Anderson
Only a sophomore, Del Norte High golfer Christian Cain has already made his mark.

On Monday at the Northcoast Section Qualifiers in Windsor, Cain, 15, earned a berth in the NCS championships. It is the first time in several years a member of the Del Norte High boys golf team has qualified for  the championships, which take place this Monday in Arcata.

Cain shot an 80 to qualify at Windsor and was one of three  HDNC golfers to qualify. The Del Norte team as a whole took fourth overall out of 18 teams at Windsor, with Cain the only team member to qualify.


Local youth soccer dispute continues

Warriors FB Club games moved from H.S. 

An ongoing dispute between local youth soccer officials continued Friday, with three weekend games being moved from Del Norte High to Beachfront Park due to insurance concerns and threats of cancelling the contests.

The Warriors Football Club (FC), which is for boys under 12 and in its first year, was supposed to play, head coach Jorge Gonzalez said, today and Sunday at the high school soccer fields in their last games of the year.

Not so, says Del Norte Youth Soccer Association president Jackie Zlockovich, who said the team did not have approval to play at the high school and that the game was sanctioned to be played at Beachfront Park. She said that the DYSA and the California Youth Soccer Association would not insure the games if they were played at the high school.


DN girls are HDNC track champions

A total of 5 Warriors earn White Stars

MCKINLEYVILLE — They may have been down, but the Del Norte High girls track and field team were far from out at the Humboldt-Del Norte Conference championships on Friday.

Midway through the event it appeared to Warrior head  coach Scott Lindsay that they were too far down to earn first place.

The Warrior girls started to do well, and in the end, took the first place title.


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