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Warriors compete at home tourney

Three Del Norte  grapplers place third at event

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Senior Kai Lemrise of the Del Norte High wrestling team, below, takes down an opponent at the Battle of the Border tournament on Saturday at Del Norte High School. Lemrise placed 3rd overall in the 189 pound weight class. The Daily Triplicate/ Bryant Anderson
The Del Norte High wrestling team opened up the year in the friendly confines of Thunen Gym on Saturday as they hosted the 27th annual Battle of the Border tournament.

While things are still a work in progress, Warrior coaches Aaron and Clinton Schaad said the event was a great chance for the veterans to finally face live competition and for the newcomers to get a taste of high school wrestling.

A great advantage was the crowd, which became much louder when a Warrior grappler got to the mat, with many in the audience wearing Del Norte T-shirts.

“It feels pretty good when you have the home crowd cheering for you,” Warrior sophomore grappler Barrick Sala said. “When you’re away it’s usually just your teammates cheering for you.”

Del Norte had three wrestlers earn third place finishes. The Warriors tied for 6th overall with 98 points.

Aaron Schaad said that while they would have liked to see more kids place higher, overall “it was a good start.”

 “It’s a benchmark,” he said, adding that each wrestler got to see what they have to work on and improve at before their next tournament, which takes place on Saturday at McKinleyville.


Mixed results for DNHS: Girls go 2-1 while boys finish 1-2 at tournament

It was a mixed bag for Del Norte High at the Yreka Miners Invit­ational Bask­e­­t­­ba­ll To­urnament.

After falling in overtime to Klamath Union Thursday night, the varsity girls basketball team  whipped Mount Shasta 40-15 Friday night and downed Mazama 51-49 on Saturday to improve to 2-1.

For the Warrior varsity boys, after an 11-point victory over Klamath Union the squad fell to Mount Shasta on Friday and lost in the third place game on Saturday 47-34 against Brookings-Harbor to drop to 1-2 for the year.

Warrior Girls

In the consolation match early Saturday morning the Warriors pulled off the two point win. While the contest was close, the Warriors were in control for the majority of the game, head coach Buzz McCulloch said.

The squad has steadily improved each game, McCulloch said, and played their best contest of the year against a good Mazama team which downed the Warriors for the Yreka title last season.

A key was free throw shooting, as the Warriors went 9-for-11 after going 4-for-14 from the line in the fourth quarter and overtime in their season opener.


Warrior soccer teams earn 2 White Stars each

Del Norte High senior soccer players Scottie Skeen, front left, and Edwin Aguilar, front right, pose with their first team Humboldt-Del Norte Conference White Stars recently.Submitted photo
The Del Norte High boys and girls varsity soccer teams  each earned two  Humboldt-Del Norte Conference first team White Stars recently.

For the boys squad, seniors Scottie Skeen and Edwin Aguilar earned White Star accolades.

For the girls, seniors Katy Suzuki and Tami Plechaty earned White Stars.

For the Warrior boys, five players earned honorable mention honors. They are Jeremy Holloway, who also was named team MVP, Ian Jager, David Martinez, Jon Olvera and Cheng Vang.

For the girls squad, senior Brittany Enos and juniors Rachael Lawrence and Lindsay Olson earned honorable mention honors. Sophomores Molly Lambert and Tanasha Santos also were  named to the honorable mention team.

 


Warriors seek 3rd straight HDNC crown

Host Battle of The Border event this Saturday, Dec 5 starting at 9 a.m. 

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Members of the Del Norte High wrestling team pose for a photo at the high school on Wednesday. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
It may have been only a practice match for the Del Norte High wrestling team, but it was obvious it was more than that.

Unlike other sports, wrestlers can challenge each other to determine who will wrestle in the next match in each weight class.

In one match at practice on Wednesday, Ivan Puente gave Barrick Sala, who won the Humboldt-Del Norte Conference title at 189 pounds last year as a freshman, all that he could handle. As the entire team looked on  Puente took a 6-2 lead before Sala had a late flourish to pin Puente for the win.

“That was a good effort,” head coach Aaron Schaad told both his grapplers, commending Puente for  his excellent effort in nearly unseating Sala.

With even practices pushing each wrestler to the max, the team is quite prepared for another successful year on the mat.

Junior Jordan Lacy said everyone pushes each other at every practice and said that bodes well when they face other schools.

“We train hard,” he said. “I’ve got good workout partners here.”


Season begins for Warrior hoops teams at Yreka

Del Norte boys earn 58-47 win  

Girls fall in OT to Pelicans 55-52(Story after the jump)

The year started out just right for the Del Norte High boys varsity basketball team on Thursday.

The Warriors earned a 58-47 win against Klamath Union at the Yreka Miners Invit­ational Bask­e­­t­­ba­ll To­urnament. 

“It feels great,” second year Del Norte head coach Scott Alexander said. “I learned last year that you enjoy every victory. We’re enjoying this (win).”

Against the Pelicans of Klamath Falls, the Warriors controlled things for the vast majority of the game.

After jumping out to an early 8-2 lead, Klamath Union came back and took the lead at 12-11.

Del Norte bounced back and held onto a 14-8 lead at the end of the opening quarter. At the end of the second quarter the Warriors were able to maintain a 29-24  advantage.

The third quarter was when  the Warriors really started to shine. Alexander said that things started to pick up for Del Norte, which dominated on both sides of the court to take a 41-31 lead.


New season awaits Warriors

Open year today, Dec. 3 at Yreka tourney

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Members of the Del Norte High varsity girls basketball team pose for a photo during practice on Wednesday. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
Today, the Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team opens the year at a tournament in Yreka.

The Warriors will face Klamath Union of Oregon starting at 4 p.m. The Del Norte boys varsity team faces Klamath Union at 5:30 p.m.

On Wednesday night the girls squad was hard at work as they got in one last practice before the season opener.

“I think we’re doing alright,” head coach Buzz McCulloch said. “We’re excited to play,  although I wish we had a few more practices.” McCulloch said practices began a week later this year, but said while there is always room for improvement, especially before the season begins, he feels that for the most part the team is ready to begin play.

The Warriors were 8-17 last season and were winless in the Big 5 Conference.

McCulloch said the squad is looking to make an improvement this year, which begins with winning a league game.

He believes the team has the potential to get better this year and said the girls are determined to have a good season, especially the seniors.


Warriors ready to take the court

DN squad faces Klamath Union  at Yreka tourney Thursday night, Dec 3

This year’s edition of the Del Norte High boys varsity basketball team is ready to take to the courts.

As they have for several years, the Warriors will open the season at a three-day tournament in Yreka. 

The Warriors face Klamath Union of Oregon starting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.

The Pelicans will be a challenging first game, Del Norte head coach Scott Alexander said.

Klamath Union plays in one of the largest divisions in Oregon and is a consistent state tournament participant.

“We’re not starting off with the easiest game,” Alexander said. “We’re excited to finally be able to go out and compete.”


Grapplers take part in event, sign-ups occurring

The Del Norte Youth Wrestling Team recently competed in the Illinois Valley youth tournament in Oregon in the  squad’s first event of the year.

The following wrestlers brought home medals. 

Novice: Eric Gardner 3rd; Ta-Tes Boulby 2nd; Dalton Nichols 3rd.

Intermediates: Cory Gardner 3rd

School Boys: Nicole Mattz-3rd, Hawk Mattz 1st.

Cadet: Robert Boulby 2nd.  This was the first outing for the team this year. 

The group is currently  holding sign-ups for the folk style/high school style wrestling season.

Sign-ups are on Nov. 30, Dec. 1 and Dec. 3.

They will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at Del Norte High School.

The cost is $70 and includes a $40 card fee and a $30 club fee.  For more information contact Roger Boulby at 954-6397.

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Big day for DNYF as 2 local teams meet for AA crown

Double A Gold team defeats AA Blue squad 22-6

 

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The AA Gold team, coaches and cheerleaders, pose after the win. Photos courtesy of Roger Schultz
Even before the game began the fans knew Del Norte would come out a winner.

What was undecided was would it be the Gold team or the Blue team?

For the first time in Del Norte Youth Football history two DNYF squads faced each other in a Six Rivers Youth Football title match.

On Sunday at the Redwood Bowl at Humboldt State University in Arcata the Double A Gold team downed the AA Blue team 22-6. Both squads, which consist of 11-and 12-year- olds were undefeated heading into the game.

A large turnout of Del Norte fans, many who did not have kids playing but wanted to cheer both teams on, came out.

“It was great,” AA Gold coach Danny Forkner said. “The fans were loud.”


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