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DN girls back in NCS hoops tourney

For the first time since 2002, the Del Norte girls basketball team is headed to the North Coast Section Tournament. On Sunday, the Warriors were named as the No. 16 seed in the 16-team tournament. Del Norte will travel to Orinda Tuesday to take on top-seeded Miramonte, which is ranked No. 4 in the entire state by Maxpreps.com.

Del Norte boys grab 12-seed in NCS tourney

The brackets are out, and the Del Norte boys basketball team is officially in the North Coast Section Division 3 tournament starting today at 7 p.m.

Warrior wrestlers advance nine of 12 grapplers to NCS Tournament

The Del Norte High wrestling team returned from the Humboldt-Del Norte League Final tournament in McKinleyville on Saturday with a second-place overall team finish. More importantly, nine of the 12 wrestlers did well enough to punch their ticket to the North Coast Section Tournament next weekend.

Lessons Learned

Del Norte’s Abby Smith (25), Alejandra Contreras (3) and Breanna Lenover chase down a loose ball in Thunen Gym against Arcata. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
Junior varsity players and coaches both take valuable lessons away from basketball season 

It was a year of growth for the Del Norte girls basketball junior varsity team in 2015. Everyone from the players to the first-year JV coach learned valuable lessons on the court as the team finished 8-9 overall and 3-5 in the Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5.

“It was my first year coaching girls high school,” said head coach John Horner, who has coached this freshmen class every year since they were in sixth grade. “It was the first time in a few years that I was coaching a brand-new group of girls that I hadn’t coached before (the sophomores). It was a fun time because they taught me just as much as I taught them.”

DN grapplers head to Mack for HDN finals

Warriors wrestle for Humboldt-Del Norte championship, spot in sections 

This is what the Del Norte grapplers have been working for since November.

The Del Norte wrestling squad will travel south to McKinleyville today for the Humboldt-Del Norte League Finals pitting all of the eight varsity lineups in Humboldt and Del Norte counties against each other. Not only will a league championship be on the line, but also a trip to the North Coast Section tournament next weekend.

Warrior Memories: Maciel a class act as coach, person

Baseball season is here and with it come a lot of great memories. One group of memories centers around former Warrior teacher, coach and Hall of Fame member Wally Maciel.

Wally was born in Crescent City but because of World War II moved to Sunnyvale and was a graduate of Fremont High School. He graduated at the age of 17 and moved back to Crescent City.

Reel Deal: Rivers teeming with drift boats

Guide Rye Phillips nets a steelhead for Scott Berry of Auburn on Monday on the lower Chetco River. Berry was part of a larger group fishing with guide Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. The steelhead hit a cluster of roe cured with Pautzke’s BorX O’Fire fished with a pink Corky. Photo courtesy of Andy Martin / Wild Rivers Fishing
Local rivers stocked with anglers, guides for Rowdy Creek Steelhead Derby 

Although fishing has reportedly been fairly good all week on both the Smith and Chetco rivers, this weekend may be pretty crowded fishing for the average angler, because there will be 22 drift boats out on both rivers as part of the 33rd Annual Rodwy Creek Steelhead Derby.

Smith and Chetco rivers

Both the Smith and Chetco rivers are continuing to produce steelhead this week.

Second half sinks Warriors in Mack

Junior Joey Godla hits an open Steven Maready in the corner early in the second half of Del Norte’s 58-48 overtime loss in McKinleyville Tuesday. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Del Norte misses opportunities down the stretch; McKinleyville converts to complete comeback 

Even after McKinleyville erased a 20-point deficit over the course of the final 15 minutes of the second half, the Del Norte boys basketball team still had a chance to pull off an upset in the first round of the Dick Nicali Tournament on Tuesday. But a missed free throw and subsequent tip-in attempt were just off the mark, and the Panthers controlled the overtime period for a 58-48 victory to advance to the second round of the Humboldt-Del Norte tournament. 

“Obviously we are disappointed,” said Del Norte head coach Blaine Lopez. “I really believe that playing two games, one on Friday and one on Monday, really hurt us. We ran out of gas. Give them credit, they hit big shots and made their free throws down the stretch and we didn’t.”

Rowdy Creek hosts annual fishing derby

The Rowdy Creek Fish Hatchery Steelhead Derby is back this weekend as 25 teams of four will be scouring both the Chetco and Smith rivers on Friday and Saturday in search of steelhead.

This year, the derby will be capped at 25 teams of four fishermen and two guides. Each team will be divided into groups of two fishermen and one guide, with one boat heading out on the Chetco River and the other on the Smith on Friday. The boats will trade rivers on Saturday for the final day of the fishing competition.

Warriors earn 3 seed

Del Norte senior Omar Leal goes up for a layup on a fast break in the first half against Fortuna in the play-in game for the league tournament. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Del Norte tops Fortuna 46-39 in play-in game for final spot in the Dick Nicali Boys Tournament 

The Del Norte boys basketball team looked like a different team on the boards on Monday night in a rematch of Friday’s regular season finale against Fortuna. The Warriors went hard to the glass, especially in the second half, and pulled away late for a 46-39 victory over the Huskies to punch their ticket into the Dick Nicali Tournament as the third seed.

“Anybody that was at both games will know that we rebounded 10 times better tonight,” said Del Norte head coach Blaine Lopez. “We looked like a different team. We played hard the whole game, but rebounding was the difference because we still didn’t play our best basketball. We still had too many turnovers, especially in the second half.”

The game was a closely fought battle through the first three quarters. Although Del Norte led for nearly the entire game, they were rarely ahead by more than two scores. By the end of the third quarter, the Warriors were clinging to a 34-33 lead. 

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