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Five local martial art students do well at event

Crescent City Tsunami’s martial arts students pose with the awards they recently won at an event in Oroville. They include Eric Norris, Breaunna Johnson, Jenna Arellano, Korey Osbourne and Jason Arellano. (Submitted photo)
Five Crescent City Tsunami  Martial Arts Center students  had good showings at the 62nd National Convention of the American Judo and Jujitsu Federation in Oroville.

Warriors lose 2 close games to Big 5 rival Arcata Saturday

Fall 3-2 in nine innings and 8-6

Nigel Gensaw of the Del Norte High varsity baseball team gets a free trip to first after being hit by a ball in the first game of a doubleheader against Arcata in Crescent City on Saturday. The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal
CRESCENT CITY — It was a battle of unbeaten Big 5 teams in Crescent City Saturday afternoon.

While things were close Arcata took both games 3-2 in nine innings and 8-6 to take sole possession of the top spot in the Big 5 standings.

Warrior assistant coach Casey Duncan commended the squad for playing well but said a few errors allowed the Tigers to capitalize in key situations.

Softball team splits with Arcata

Win first game 10-0, lose 5-3 in second game

Del Norte Warrior first baseman Katie Rinkevicz puts a tag on an Arcata baserunner on Saturday. The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal
CRESCENT CITY — Snapping a five game losing streak, the Del Norte High varsity softball team roared to a 10-0 win over Arcata in game one of a doubleheader at home Saturday afternoon.

Things did not go as well in game two as the Warriors stranded 10 runners on-base and lost 5-3 in eight innings to drop to 6-9 overall and 1-4 in the Big 5 Conference.

Basketball tournament at high school over weekend

Participants from Crescent Elk, right, and a team consisting of players mainly from Four Square, left, take part in a game at the “Healthy Choices Basketball Tournament” on Saturday at Del Norte High. The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal
Sponsored by the Yurok Tribe, the second annual “Healthy Choice Basketball Tournament,” was held on Friday and Saturday at Del Norte High School. The tournament featured 18 teams, with players ranging from 8 to 13 years old taking part.

A vital component of the event was the health fair part of the festivities.

The goal was to help develop skills and knowledge necessary to make future choices that will result in improved lifestyles. The program targeted  topics such as alcohol, drugs and nicotine. Participants were rewarded with free event T-shirts.

Former Warrior Hintz sets personal best mark

Former Del Norte High pole vaulter Kelsy Hintz made quite the leap forward this past weekend.

Hintz, a red-shirt freshman at San Diego State University, set a lifetime best mark by clearing 13 feet, 3 1/2 inches at the UC San Diego Triton Invitational on Saturday.

The attempt was fifth-best in the country by a freshman and tied for the fifth-best mark in school history. She placed third overall.

Del Norte competes at Oregon track event

The Del Norte High track and field team took part in the 10th Annual Prefontaine Invitational Track and Field Meet in Coos Bay, Ore., on Saturday.

Top marks for the Warriors included Brandon Kakitsuka, who placed third in the 200 meter dash in the prestigious event

Christian Alexandre tied for third in the 110 meter hurdles event. In the 4x100 meter relay for the boys Alexandre, Kakitsuka, Michael Terry and Nick Vaseniuc took fifth.

Jennifer Goacher placed fourth in the 200 meter dash. and Morgan Laney placed fourth in the shot put. Katelyin Rowe took fifth in the long jump and Cheyenne Brown was sixth in the triple jump.

Del Norte Hoopsters win two contests

Finding a way to earn the win

Down 3-1 in the 7th, DN comes back for 4-3 win

Travis Shellabarger prepares to hit the ball in a home game against Eureka on Wednesday. The hit produced a single for the Warriors and the first run of the contest for them. Down 3-1 in the bottom of the seventh inning Del Norte came back for the 4-3 victory to improve to 11-4 overall. (The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson)
CRESCENT CITY —  “Just win, baby” could be the new motto for the Del Norte High varsity baseball team.


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