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Football: Special Warrior special teams

The Del Norte football team jumped ahead early and coasted to a 41-21 victory in McKinleyville for the Warriors’ second straight win.

The Warrior offense started the game off with a nine-play, 65-yard drive ending in a 15-yard pass from quarterback Austin Healy to Lucas Murphy in the end zone.

The defense did its part with two straight tackles behind the line of scrimmage in its first appearance. After Del Norte’s defense held on 3rd down, the Panthers were forced to punt, and the Del Norte special teams took over from there.

Reel Deal: Salmon on the Smith

Cody Gardner of Crescent City holds up this big king salmon he caught fishing on the Smith River at the sand hole on Monday. Submitted photo.
Fishing on the Smith River, though confined to the main stem between the mouth and Rowdy Creek, has been picking up this week. Meanwhile the lower Klamath River still has plenty of fish available before it hits its quota, and fresh fish are still reportedly moving into the river.


Smith River

Due to the lack of rainfall, anglers on the Smith River must stay between the mouth of the Smith and Rowdy Creek, but that has been fine for early season fishermen.

Warrior girls golf competes at tough Baywood course

The Del Norte girls golf team traveled to the always difficult Baywood Gold Course in Arcata on Thursday for the second to last meet of the regular season at.

The Warriors played well on the par 74 course, according to head coach Allison Eckart.

Weekend Warriors: tennis senior night

The Del Norte athletic department once again has a busy weekend schedule with four varsity teams in action on Saturday.

The girls tennis team will host Fortuna starting at 10 a.m. in the Warriors’ last regular season meet of the year. It is also senior night for Del Norte, which will be recognizing the contributions of their three seniors: Olivia Jeffcoat,  Salina Xiong and Diana Lee.

Del Norte Little League club meeting Monday

The Del Norte Little League will hold its annual club meeting Monday at 6 p.m. by the snack bar at Pykes Field.

All parents, volunteers, board members and coaches are invited to attend. Current Del Norte Little League president Jon Van Alstine will be stepping down from his post, and a new president will be chosen at the meeting.

Warriors tennisí streak continues

Del Norteís top girls tennis player Raili Makela picked up wins in her singles and doubles matches Tuesday against North Coast Prep. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte girls tennis team continued its tear through the Humboldt-Del Norte League with an 8-1 win over North Coast Prep for the Warriors’ ninth straight team victory.

“We are definitely pleased with the overall results,” said Del Norte head coach Samuel Escobar. “The kids were happy that we won the match, but we were most pleased that all of our kids who were present today had an opportunity to play against an opponent because North Coast Prep was able to bring up 11 girls.”

Karlie Scott represents DN cross country in Arcata meet

Del Norte senior Karlie Scott was the only Warrior senior in attendance for the fourth Humboldt-Del Norte cross country meet of the season. She represented the county with an 11th place finish in a time of 23:58 at the Arcata Community Center.

“It was a very hot day and a new course,” said assistant coach George Hartman. “The first portion of the course was a steep climb and in the heat. A lot of people struggled. Karlie did the best that she could, but she wasn’t able to keep up with the Arcata girls.”

Volleyball: Five set battle

Warrior sophomore Antonia Alcala (center) and freshman Kalaya Sanchez (right) go up for a block in the first set against McKinleyville. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
McKinleyville siezed all the momentum in Tuesday’s Humboldt-Del Norte volleyball matchup against Del Norte in Thunen Gym heading into the decisive fifth game, but the Warriors turned things around and dominated the final set as the young squad pulled out the 3-2 (25-18, 25-21, 20-25, 17-25, 15-5) win in its first five-set match of the season

“The way we played in Game 5 is how we should have started off the game,” said Del Norte head coach Debbie Lorenzi. “We found our intensity, we knew had do win it and we went out there and did it. That is the way that we have to play for an entire match.”

Boys Soccer: Del Norte comeback

Del Norteís Alejandro Carrillo chips a pass to his brother, Roger Carrillo, against McKinleyville. Both Carrillo brothers scored goals in the game. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Everything came together for the Del Norte boys soccer team against McKinleyville on Wendesday, and the Warriors needed every piece of it to complete a comeback win over the Panthers 3-2.

“It is always nice to come away with a victory, but I am just proud of my boys,” said Del Norte head coach David Sanyaolu. “I told them that I was impressed with the passing and ball control; everything just worked today. Everything we have been stressing in practice came to fruition today.”

Warrior football look to rematch with Panthers

When the Del Norte football team first met McKinleyville this season for the Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 league opener, the Warriors used a late surge to grab a 36-27 victory at Thunen Field for the team’s closest league game so far this season.

“We played them and we beat them but it was a hard-fought battle,” said Del Norte head coach Lewis Nova. “If we had made a couple more mistakes in that game the score could have been different.”

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