Team looks sharp in 61-38 win over Bruins
CRESCENT CITY — The Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team bounced back from a rough tournament performance last week to totally dominate at home Tuesday evening.
Lauryn Lesina of the Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team drives to the basket against Brookings-Harbor on Tuesday at home. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
The Warriors (5-4), crushed Brookings-Harbor 61-38. After dropping two-out-of three games at a tourney in Mount Shasta, including going only 8-for 58 from the field in a loss to Quincy, Del Norte played what was easily its best game of the year.
The Warriors made their shots, were aggressive on the boards and played tough defense.
Junior Lauryn Lesina was nothing short of top-notch, finishing with 24 points and connecting on five three-pointers. Michelle Stacey had 11 points and Lexie Nelson scored 10 points for the Warriors.
The Del Norte High wrestling squad took second out of 12 teams at the McKinleyville Invitational on Saturday.
The Warriors had 174 points compared to first place finisher Upper Lake at 192.5.
Senior heaveywieght Roger McCovey, the reigning state champion had little trouble pinning all his opponents. He was named Most Outstanding Wrestler in the heaveywieght brackets.
At 119 pounds senior Grant Ivision-Lane continued to remain perfect for the year by winning his division. In the 145 pound division senior Joey Kravitz took the title.
Warrior grapplers who took second in their divisions were Jordan Lacy at 112 and Greg Kirby at 130.
Del Norte next takes part in a tournament at North Valley, Ore., Friday night.
The Del Norte High freshman and junior varsity basketball teams both went 1-2 at a three-day tournament in Chico, which concluded on Saturday,
Both teams play again on Thursday at the Rotary Warrior Classic in Crescent City.
The freshman squad plays Marshfield, Ore., at 4 p.m. at the small gym. The JV team faces Gold Beach, Ore. at 5:30 p.m. at Thunen Gym.
The varsity team, which had all of last week off faces Central Valley at 8:30 p.m.
MOUNT SHASTA — The Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team bounced back from two straight losses with a dominating win over Dunsmuir at a tournament in Mount Shasta on Saturday.
Playing in the seventh place game, Del Norte crushed Dunsmuir 54-21.
Head coach Buzz McCulloch said his team played a lot better after losing by 20 to Quincy the night before.
While pleased with the win, McCulloch said Dunsmuir is not the strongest team and was short two players, although it was nice to win by such a large margin.
|The Crescent Elk A girls basketball team placed 7th in the AA division at the 36th annual Crescent Elk Cougar Crescent City Jaycees 8th grade Girls Basketball Tournament. Redwood placed 7th in the AAA division. In the B division the Crescent Elk B team took 6th place while Smith River placed 7th. In the C division, the Crescent Elk C squad took 5th by defeating St. Joseph of Crescent City.
Samantha Swinger of the Crescent Elk A girls basketball team drives down the court during a game on Saturday at Del Norte High School.The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal
Maready was named to the all tourney AAA team. Marissa VanDyke of Crescent Elk was named to the AA all tourney team. In the B division Katana Larson of Crescent Elk and Sequoia Stroup of Smith River received all tourney honors. In the C division Kiersten Ferguson and Hannah Seeley of Crescent Elk, Constance Taylor of St. Joseph and Autumn Wellman of Foursquare received all tourney honors. For more photos of the tourney go to triplicate.mycapture.com.
Brittany Maready of Redwood drives down the court during a game on Saturday.The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal
Middle school girls from throughout the area and as far away as Oregon
and Northern California will take to the court starting today in Del
A sluggish effort resulted in a loss for the Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team on Thursday.
McCovey and Ivison-Lane both take first
Roger McCovey pins his first opponent on his way to a championship at the Battle of the Border tournament Saturday. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
CRESCENT CITY — The Del Norte High wrestling team had a solid performance at its annual Battle of the Border tournament on Saturday, garnering third place overall.
The Warriors also had two grapplers take first in their respective divisions.
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