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DN track and field team does well in Brookings

The Del Norte High track and field team had several strong showings at the ‘Icebreaker’ event at Brookings-Harbor High Tuesday afternoon.

“We had a lot of good marks for this early in the year,” head coach Scott Lindsay said.

DN boys golf team has good showing in Ore.

The Del Norte High boys  golf team had an excellent showing at a non-league event on Monday.

Playing at the internationally known Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Bandon, Ore., the Warriors placed third out of 14 teams at the Marshfield Invitational.

Tennis team has first match of the year Sat.

The Del Norte High boys tennis team took part in its first match of the year this past weekend.

After having their first two matches canceled due to rain last week, the Warriors faced Ferndale on Saturday.

Hoffman and BYU start spring practice

The Brigham Young University football team began spring practice in Provo, Utah Monday afternoon.

Former Del Norte High standout wide receiver Cody Hoffman is a redshirt freshman on the team.

Ready, set, go

Del Norte opens year on Sat. at Hoopa

Del Norte High catcher Lauryn Lesina meets with her teammates at the pitcher’s mound during a game last season. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
There are high expectations as well as question marks for the Del Norte High varsity softball team this season.

The Warriors are seeking a remarkable fourth straight conference title and another long run in the Northcoast Section playoffs.

Pierce released by B.C.

Former Warrior played with Lions for five seasons

Buck Pierce gets ready to hand the ball off during a Canadian Football League game last year. On Tuesday, Pierce, a former De Norte High standout, was released by the British Columbia Lions after five seasons. Photo courtesy of the B.C. Lions
After a five-year run that included a championship ring, former Del Norte High Warrior quarterback Buck Pierce is looking for a new team.

On Tuesday, Pierce, 28, was released by the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League.

He had spent his entire five- year pro career with the Lions after finishing up college at New Mexico State. He had a 21-12-1 record as the starting quarterback with B.C. In 2006 Pierce won a Grey Cup, the CFL equivalent of the Super Bowl.

Season under way for JV softball, baseball

Varsity teams begin the year on Sat. and Tues.

A training ground for underclassmen looking to gain valuable experience, the Del Norte High softball and baseball junior varsity teams are now under way.

The softball team began the year at Arcata on Saturday and went 1-1.

Foursquare takes 2nd at Jaycees boys tournament

Best finish in school history at the tourney

Aaron Fitch of Foursquare Christian School of Crescent City goes up for a shot against Douglas City in the C Division championship game of the 42nd Annual 8th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament on Saturday. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
Pete Blancarte spoke with pride about how his team performed this past weekend.

After not having a boys team last year, Foursquare Christian School of Crescent City went 10-2 in the regular season and earned the top seed in the C division at the 42nd Annual Crescent City Jaycees 8th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament.

The squad took second at the event, the best showing by a local team.

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