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DN boys tennis team

The Del Norte High boys tennis team earned an 8-1 win over McKinleyville at home on Thursday.

The Panthers had only three players suit up for the game with the Warriors winning three out of four matches that were played.

The win improved Del Norte to 5-3 for the season.

 No. 1 seed Daniel Escobedo downed Dillon Carbiener 6-2, 6-0 and No. 3 seed Zach Collard defeated Joe Burdiac 6-1, 6-0.

In No. 1 doubles Thomas Thao and Jesse Lee won 8-2 over Carbiener and Joshua Hernandez. In No. 2 singles Thao lost to Hernandez 7-5, 5-7, 6-2.


Local AAU basketball team improves to 2-0

The Del Norte Hoopsters under-12 AAU boys basketball team improved to 2-0 with a 41-35 win on Thursday.

Del Norte faced a squad from Fortuna at College of the Redwoods in Eureka. With the Warriors up 28-7 at the half, Fortuna started to play man defense and got back in the game in the second half, with Del Norte holding on for the victory.

Head coach Steven Vance commended the entire team for their play. Josh Gruden and Parker Dantzman each led the team with eight points each.

Del Norte next plays two games in Eureka on Saturday.

Local AAU team opens year with a win

The Del Norte Hoopsters under 12 AAU boys basketball team opened the season with a win on Tuesday.

The squad downed the Eureka Angelo’s Eagles 52-27 at College of the Redwood in Eureka.

According to head coach Terry Vance, to his knowledge, this is the first time Del Norte has had an under-12 AAU team.

Leading the way for Del Norte was Josh Gruden with 22 points.

Steven Vance also had a good game and made three three-pointers.

The squad plays again in Eureka today. The season goes until June.


Weather dependent, baseball game is today

If the weather cooperates, the Del Norte High varsity baseball team will take the field today at home.

Originally, the Warriors (4-2) were set to face Brookings-Harbor at home on Wednesday.

While the weather cleared up, head coach Pablo Lorenzi said the field was still too wet to play.

He hopes things will improve today. The game is scheduled for 4 p.m. at the high school baseball field. On Tuesday, rain canceled an away game at Hidden Valley, Ore.

The junior varsity baseball team ends its season today at Brookings starting at 4 p.m.

Also, the Del Norte High varsity softball team travel up to Oregon to face Gold Beach today, weather dependent.

Warrior boys tennis team faces Arcata

The Del Norte High boys tennis team faced Humboldt-Del Norte Conference power Arcata on the road on Saturday.

The Warriors fell to the Tigers 0-9 to drop to 4-3 for the season.

Today, weather permitting the Warriors are scheduled to play Ferndale at home starting at 3:30 p.m.

Del Norte JV baseball team wins tournament

The Del Norte High junior varsity baseball team won the title at a tournament in Arcata over the weekend.

Del Norte took down St. Bernard’s 8-2 on Friday. On Saturday the Warriors defeated McKinleyville 13-8 and Brookings-Harbor 7-6.

The Warriors lost to both of their Saturday opponents earlier in the year. To defeat both squads the second time around “shows we’re improving,” head coach Kevin Baxter said. “We hit the ball well in both games.”

Baxter said that it was a good all-around effort by the entire team, especially from the plate. This included Colby Japp, who went 4-for-6 in the Saturday games.

Julian Markussen pitched well in the McKinleyville game and went 2-for-3 from the plate, Baxter said.

Fellow pitcher Austin Moore also pitched solidly in the Brookings game, Baxter said.

Del Norte improved to 6-4 for the year. Today, weather  permitting, they will face Hidden Valley of Oregon on the road. The varsity baseball team is also scheduled to play Hidden Valley on the road.

Del Norte handles Hoopa 11-8 at home

Improve to 2-2 for the season

Paula Rhodes of the Del Norte High varsity softball team attempts a bunt against Hoopa on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Lori Gustafson
CRESCENT CITY — Down 4-1 in the fifth inning to Hoopa, the Del Norte High Warrior varsity softball team mounted a comeback on Saturday at home.

In that inning the Warriors bats came alive for seven runs on the way to an 11-8 win in the squad’s first home match of the year.

DN Warriors host track meet

Rainy, windy conditions cancel boys pole vault

Del Norte High senior John Goacher throws the discus during a meet in Crescent City on Wednesday. For more photos go to triplicate.com/photos. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
While things started out fairly clear and sunny on Wednesday, by early evening the rain and wind came out in force at a Del Norte High track and field meet  in Crescent City.

Despite the weather conditions all but the boys pole vault was completed at the first Humboldt-Del Norte Conference event of the year. Brookings-Harbor also took part.

Warriors earn victory against Crusaders

Blair Westbrook, left, and Daniel Escobedo of Del Norte High compete in a doubles match against St. Bernard’s on Tuesday. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
Del Norte High had a strong showing on the tennis courts on Tuesday.

The boys tennis team defeated St. Bernard’s of Eureka at home 8-1 as Del Norte won all six of its singles matches.

“We looked pretty good,” head coach Kirk Olesen said. “Our depth showed.”

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