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Warriors crushed by Panthers

McKinleyville improves to 4-0 in Big 5 with 63-30 victory

The McKinleyville Panthers showed why they are considered one of the best teams in the Northcoast Section and Big 5 Conference Wednesday night.

The Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team had no answer for the Panthers as they dropped the home game 63-30.

“They are a good team,” Del Norte head coach Buzz McCulloch said. “That’s why they’re 18-2 now.”


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Warriors lose OT heartbreaker

Fall to Panthers 41-40 in Big 5 conference action

In a tough, gritty Big 5 Conference  clash, the Del Norte High Warriors could not come away with the victory.

Playing McKinleyville High, the Warriors boys varsity basketball team lost on the road in overtime 41-40.

After a sluggish first quarter the Warriors settled down and knotted things up at the half.

In the the fourth period Del Norte was up by as much as five points. But with around two-and-a-half minutes left on the clock, the Panthers came back on three straight Warriors turnovers to tie things up at the end of regulation.

In overtime, things went back and forth, but in the end the Panthers came away with the one-point win  to improve to 13-4 overall and 3-1 in the Big 5. Del Norte fell to 6-10 overall and 2-2 in the Big 5.


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Two Warrior grapplers place at Eagle Point tournament

Two Del Norte High grapplers placed at a tournament in Eagle Point, Ore.,  on Saturday.

At the elite event, which featured more than 350 wrestler’s senior Kai Lemrise took fifth at 189 and sophomore Isaac Terry at heavyweight took eighth.


Warrior boys face Panthers on the road


Tigers take it to the Warriors 57-40

Skeen leads Warrior scorers with 15 points on five threes

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Senior Scottie Skeen of Del Norte High, right, looks for a shot against Arcata at home Friday night. (The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson)
 

CRESCENT CITY — The Arcata Tigers are as good as advertised.

Predicted to be the team to beat in the Big 5 Conference, the Tigers took it to the Del Norte Warriors 57-40 in Crescent City Friday evening.

Coming into the game both teams were tied atop the early season Big 5 standings at 2-0.

While the Warriors were able to hang around in the first half, the Tigers went on a run in the second half, going up by as much as 27 points to break the game wide open.

Arcata used their combination of size, speed and solid basketball fundamentals to dominate the proceedings.


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