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Warriors can’t get by Eureka

Lauryn Lesina scores 38 points for Del Norte

Despite a strong second quarter that had them up by three points at the half, in the end, the Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team could not get past Eureka High.

Friday night the Warriors lost to the Loggers 68-54 in Big 5 Conference action.

A highlight for Del Norte was the play of senior shooting guard Lauryn Lesina, who scored a career high 38 points, including making six three-pointers.

Del Norte falls at meet

A shorthanded Del Norte High wrestling team fell to Eureka in a Humboldt-Del Norte Conference dual meet match.

The Warriors were without four starters due to sickness and injury, but despite this setback several wrestlers had good performances Thursday night on the road, assistant coach Clinton Schaad said.

Location changed for youth basketball games

Whole lot of cheering going on

Warriors put a  66-32 hurting to Loggers

Junior Nick McBride of the Del Norte High boys varsity basketball team gets ready to make a cut towards the basket against Eureka at home on Thursday night. The Warriors won the game 66-32. The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal
Thunen Gym was rocking something fierce Thursday night.

Facing longtime rival Eureka the Del Norte High Warriors dominated the proceedings from the start for  a 66-32 thumping of the Loggers.

The crowd really got into seeing Del Norte put the clamps down on Eureka on defense and  score at will for the majority of the game.

Senior Scottie Skeen was a player on fire as he scored a game high 19 points, including five three-pointers.

DNHS JV basketball

Warriors crushed by Panthers

McKinleyville improves to 4-0 in Big 5 with 63-30 victory

The McKinleyville Panthers showed why they are considered one of the best teams in the Northcoast Section and Big 5 Conference Wednesday night.

The Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team had no answer for the Panthers as they dropped the home game 63-30.

“They are a good team,” Del Norte head coach Buzz McCulloch said. “That’s why they’re 18-2 now.”

Middle School Cheerleaders

Warriors lose OT heartbreaker

Fall to Panthers 41-40 in Big 5 conference action

In a tough, gritty Big 5 Conference  clash, the Del Norte High Warriors could not come away with the victory.

Playing McKinleyville High, the Warriors boys varsity basketball team lost on the road in overtime 41-40.

After a sluggish first quarter the Warriors settled down and knotted things up at the half.

In the the fourth period Del Norte was up by as much as five points. But with around two-and-a-half minutes left on the clock, the Panthers came back on three straight Warriors turnovers to tie things up at the end of regulation.

In overtime, things went back and forth, but in the end the Panthers came away with the one-point win  to improve to 13-4 overall and 3-1 in the Big 5. Del Norte fell to 6-10 overall and 2-2 in the Big 5.

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