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The Del Norte Tennis Association has big plans for this year

Members of the Del Norte Tennis Association Board, from left to right: Dale Watson, Mimi Stephens, Sandy Moreno, Amy Baird, Roger Baird. Back Row: Paul Langston, Jane Rumiano, Susan Roberts, Marc Harper and David Thompson. Board members not shown are Chris Polidore, George Arispe, Dottie Linville, Roy Tedsen and Kirk Olesen. (Submitted)

Warriors fall to Panthers

Warriors in the house

Del Norte downs Panthers 56-54 to tie for 2nd in the Big 5

It was a true Big 5 Conference clash in Crescent City Thursday night as the Del Norte High Warriors prevailed 56-54 over the  McKinleyville Panthers in the regular season finale.

With the victory the Warriors tied for second place in the Big 5 with the Panthers at 5-3. The two teams will meet again in McKinleyville on Monday at  7 p.m. at the Dick Nicali Memorial Tournament, a postseason event, which features squads from the Big 5 and Little 4

 Since the two teams were tied there was a coin toss after the game to see where the contest would be played, with the Panthers coaches calling heads, which turned out to be the right call.


Overtime madness

DN Warriors lose 48-47 in double OT

Senior Lauryn Lesina of Del Norte High looks for a basket while being guarded by Arcata defenders Wednesday night. Lesina led Warrior scorers with 30 points. For more photos go to triplicate.com/photos. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
A  back-and-forth battle on the hardwood came up short by a single point for the Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team Wednesday night.

On senior night in the final home game of the season, the Warriors lost 48-47 in double overtime to the Arcata Tigers.

This followed another double overtime junior varsity game that saw Del Norte win 44-41.

Del Norte dominates competition

Defeats Arcata and Ferndale in HDNC matches

Senior Ivan Puente (170) makes a move on his opponent from Arcata Tuesday night at home. For more photos, go to triplicate.com/photos. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
In the last home match of the year, the Del Norte High wrestling team gave local fans a number of things to cheer about on senior night on Tuesday

In Humboldt-Del Norte Conference dual match play the Warriors cruised to wins against Arcata and Ferndale. All eight  individual victories were by pin.

Warriors fall to Tigers 55-42

Cold shooting helped sink the Del Norte High boys varsity basketball team on the road Tuesday night.

Del Norte lost to Arcata 55-42 in Big 5 Conference action. The win improved Arcata to 7-0 in the Big 5 and 20-4 overall and gave them the Big 5 crown outright.

DNHS Girls Basketball

Warrior girls face Tigers in final home contest

Junior Gaby Zepeda of the Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team looks to make a move to the basket while guarded by a McKinleyville defender on Jan. 27 in Crescent City. The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal
The Del Norte High girls  varsity basketball team plays the Arcata Tigers tonight in the last  regular season home game of the year.

Local family members of DE Charleston reflect on New Orleans victory

Dad able to be on the field with son after the big game

New Orleans Saints defensive end Jeff Charleston, grandson of a Crescent City couple, reacts after his team scored a field goal against the Indianapolis Colts during the first half of NFL Super Bowl XLIV. AP Photo
Thanks to Gumbo, the canine mascot of the New Orleans Saints, John Charleston and his family were able to share a magical post-Super Bowl moment with his son, Jeff Charleston, a defensive end with the New Orleans Saints.

John, who was born and raised in Crescent City and is a 1969 Del Norte High graduate now living in Oregon, was in Miami to watch his son and the Saints face the Indianapolis Colts in the Super Bowl on Sunday.

After the Saints won the game 31-17, it was pandemonium as John and his family tried to make their way to the center of the field to celebrate with Jeff, 27, who graduated from high school in Oregon and played his college ball at Western Oregon and Idaho State.

Huskies take down Warriors

Up at the half, DN falls 52-30


FORTUNA — After one half of game play, the Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team was halfway to pulling off an upset win.

Playing on the road against Fortuna, the Warriors found themselves up 11-8 after the first quarter and 22-20 at the half against the longtime Big 5 Conference power.


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