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Del Norte Golf: Warriors defend home course


Colin Wakefield watches his putt roll towards the hole at the Del Norte Golf Course on Monday. Wakefield was one of three Warriors who shot in the 80s, helping Del Norte win its first meet of the season. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Del Norte wins first team title of season at DN Golf Course; Lockwood still undefeated

The Del Norte golf team kicked off its spring break with its first team victory of the season.

The Warriors set the pace at the Del Norte Golf Course on Monday with a team score of 428, beating McKinleyville by 14 strokes and Eureka by 20 as all nine teams from the Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 and Little 4 made their annual trip to Del Norte.

Sirens steamroll Betties

Kaitlyn “Tricky Kitten” Mitchell breaks out of the pack for some points while the Tsunami Sirens’ line holds off the Combustin’ Betties jammer in the Sirens 248-72 victory. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
 The Tsunami Sirens ran away with the win in its rematch with the Comustin’ Betties on Saturday.

Just one year ago, the Betties beat the Sirens by 40 points in Rohnert Park. It was a different story in Crescent City as the Sirens jumped out to a 100-15 lead nine minutes into the first half and ran away with a 248-72 roller derby victory.

“What a shocker,” said Siren co-captain Elizabeth “TeacHer Some Respect” Calleja. “I thought it was going to be a little bit more competitive, but it was fun. We got to try out a lot of things that we wouldn’t have gotten to try in a closer bout. All of our skaters got a lot of time.”

Sports briefs April 15, 2014

DN drops first HDN game with split 

The Del Norte baseba;; team picked up its first loss of the season on Saturday, splitting a doubleheader in McKinleyville.

The Warriors won the first game 12-4 behind a superb 21-hit performance. Every Warrior that had an at bat got a hit, led by Josiah Johnson’s 5-for-5, two RBI game one.

Del Norte softball: Streak stoppers

Read more... Del Norte beats Eureka 5-2, ends Loggers’ 17-game Humboldt-Del Norte winning streak 

The Del Norte softball team accomplished a feat that no Humboldt-Del Norte team had since 2012 — beat Eureka.

High School sports: Golf team holds only home meet Monday

The Warriors' No. 1 golfer, Kobie Lockwood, currently has a 20-stroke lead in the race for the Humboldt-Del Norte individual league championship/Del Norte Triplicate file photo/Bryant Anderson
 The Del Norte athletic teams have a busy three days ahead, headlined by the Del Norte boys golf team’s only home meet of the year.

Warrior Memories: Rally Club a catalyst for Warrior fanbase

It is fun to look back at Warrior sports when I started at Del Norte during the 1947-48 school year.

Warrior sports were still making a comeback after being greatly reduced during World War II. Eleven-man football was in its third year under the third straight different coach. Talmud Kramer replaced Phil Crawford, who had replaced Clarance Kramer, so each year was different.

DN tennis falters against Panthers

The Del Norte boys tennis team wrapped up its regular season on Thursday when McKinleyville came to visit Crescent City.

Tsunami Sirens are ready for a rematch

North Coast Roller Derby welcomes Resurrection Combustin’ Betties 

The Tsunami Sirens lost just three bouts last season. The team will look to get revenge on one of those teams, the Combustin’ Betties, today at the fairgrounds beginning at 6 p.m.

The Combustin’ Betties got the better of the Sirens in Rohnert Park last season with a 203-156 victory.

Del Norte baseball bests Huskies

Warriors rebound with big fourth inning en route to 4-1 win over Fortuna 

The Del Norte baseball team put themselves into an early hole, but the Warriors used defense and pitching to shut down the Huskies and escape Fortuna with a 4-1 victory.

Fishing report: Plenty of fresh fish in Wild Rivers

Roy Tuetstad of Windsor holds up a steelhead that he caught on the Smith River with Mick Thomas of Lunker Fish Trips this week. Photo courtesy of Mick Thomas / Lunker Fish Trips
 Fishing guides report half the steelhead catches on the Smith River are fresh from the ocean 

This seems to be the Smith River steelhead season that just won’t quit.  There are just under three weeks left in the Smith’s steelhead season, and anglers are still catching fresh fish.

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