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‘This year we care about who wins’

There is another Del Norte County Super Bowl connection as the New Orleans Saints keep racking up local fans.

This Sunday, Rene’ Shanle-Hutzell and her family have a vested interest in the big game.

Shanle-Hutzell, general manger of Bicoastal Media in Crescent City, will be cheering on her second cousin, Scott Shanle, a starting linebacker for the Saints. His father Roger is her first cousin.

Great Scott!

Solid post play and defense help Warriors to win

Chris Scott, right, of the Del Norte High boys basketball team and a Fortuna player go after the basketball during a Big 5 Conference game in Crescent City Thursday night. The Warriors won the game 46-41. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
It was far from a beauty contest on the basketball court Thursday night, but in the end, the Warriors came away with the crucial conference victory.

At home on senior night Del Norte High won 46-41 over the Fortuna Huskies in Big 5 Conference action.

After shooting lights out the past two games and winning by 34 and 27 points, Thursday’s contest was anther matter.

The Warriors struggled mightily from the floor, clanking shot after shot from outside and missing free throws, including five in the final quarter.

Big 5 battle awaits Warriors

Face Fortuna at home starting at 7:30 p.m.

Junior Nick McBride of the Del Norte High varsity basketball team looks to make a move to the basket during a game against St. Bernard’s on Tuesday. Tonight, the Warriors face Fortuna at home starting at 7:30 p.m.
There has truly been no place like home for the Del Norte High boys varsity basketball team as of late.

The past two games the Warriors have won in Crescent City by 34 and 27 points and are looking to add to the home winning streak tonight.

In Big 5 Conference action, Del Norte faces Fortuna starting at 7:30 p.m. at Thunen Gym,

Del Norte downs Crusaders

Earns 48-34 road win in Eureka

The Del Norte High girls varsity basketball team took control in the second half in a 48-34 win against St. Bernard’s  on Wednesday night.

It was a sluggish first quarter  for the  Warriors as they struggled putting in easy buckets and were tied at 12-12 at the end of the quarter. The team settled down and took a 21-17 lead at the half.

Logger Vainuku signs with USC

Soma Vainuku, a standout running back and linebacker with the Eureka High Loggers, signed with the USC Trojans Wednesday night  on national signing day.

Vainuku received his letter-of-intent from USC on Wednesday and said he contacted the coaches at 6 p.m. and then faxed the letter, according to a story on the USC scouts.com website.

 “I’m glad the process is over and I look forward (to) getting to USC,” Vainuku said in the story. “It’s ... been a dream of mine to go to USC since I was a little kid.”

Warriors basketball fans

Team effort in Del Norte win

Ten DN players score in 58-31 win over Crusaders

Zach Hegelmeyer of Del Norte High goes down the court against St. Bernard’s Tuesday night at home. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
A well- balanced Del Norte High scoring attack led the way in a 58-31 non-conference win against St. Bernard’s of the Little 4 Tuesday night.

While only one Warrior scored in double figures a total of 10 players made baskets after Del Norte overcame a shaky first quarter.

The bench was quite strong for the Warriors. This included Barrett McClaflin, who led Del Norte scorers with a season high 10 points.

In the first quarter, Del Norte could not get going on either end of the court and trailed 10-2 with 2:51 remaining.

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