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Warrior Memories: Wild Pigs brought our game to a halt

I really enjoy looking back on my memories as a Warrior. Some are happy some sad, some exciting and some just humorous. 

My brother Frank and I have always said the seasons are not divided up by winter, spring, summer and fall but by football, basketball, baseball and hunting. So when a short time ago a friend of mine said he was going wild pig hunting, it reminded me of a football game we played my senior year, which was the 1950 season. 

Weekend Warriors: Cross country finals

The Humboldt-Del Norte cross country season will wrap up Saturday in Arcata with the league championships starting at 11 a.m.

Each of the top seven finishers in both the boys and girls races will receive a White Star for their efforts. Runners finishing in the top 15 will earn a medal.

Slowpitch: Breaking the wood out

Austin Moore belts a leadoff single for Backwoods in the second inning against Baby Dís Lazers. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
When the slew of summer slowpitch softball leagues wrap up at the end of the summer, Pykes Field breaks the wood out as slowpitch fanatics continue with the Del Norte Recreation Department’s fall Men’s Wood Bat League on Tuesdays and a Co-ed league on Wednesdays.  The Wood Bat League wrapped up its regular season this week and will start with its double elimination playoffs next week. 

Del Norte football in for tough finale in Fortuna

A last-minute field goal by rival Eureka on Friday handed the Del Norte football team its second loss in league play, eleminating the Warriors from contention for a Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 league title, but the team doesn’t have any time to feel down with a trip to undefeated Fortuna scheduled for Friday night.

“The scenario of, ‘I can’t get what I want so I am going to take my ball and go home,’ is not this group, it is not this team and it is not Del Norte,” said Del Norte head coach Lewis Nova. “There is something else we are fighting for.”

Focus on community: New recreation coordinator

Kelsey Bozeman recently joined the Del Norte Recreation Department as the recreation coordinator. She said she looks forward to engaging the community. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
There is a new face on H Street.

Kelsey Bozeman joined the Del Norte Recreation Department as its new recreation coordinator in October and her arrival has opened up some opportunities for the department that has been understaffed for several months.

“She will take over making schedules for our seasonal athletic programs,” said Del Norte County Administrative Officer Jay Sarina. “We are also going to be looking at our involvement with other partners that we have. One of the areas that she has a lot of experience in is planning special events that we may want to branch out to.”

DN doubles tennis teams reach title

The Del Norte tennis team traveled to Eureka for the Humboldt-Del Norte doubles championships on Friday and came away with a pair of second-place finishes.

The Warriors had to rearrange their doubles teams to play without top player Raili Makela who was ineligible to compete in the doubles tournament after winning the HDN singles championship the previous week.

Three Warriors reach SRYF semifinals

The Six Rivers Youth Football Conference playoffs kicked off on Monday and three Del Norte teams stayed alive to advance to the semifinals on Sunday.

Warrior football vs. Eureka on DNTV

The Del Norte football team will be back on “Warrior Sports with Donnie Mattz” again this week. The Warriors home game against Eureka will air nightly at 7:30 p.m. starting Wednesday on Charter Cable Channel 4.

Local bowling standings

Monday Social Fours (Oct. 26)

Team# Name wins-losses

#6 Shots 14-6

#2 Outsiders 13-7

#3 Western Valley Insurance 11½-8½

#1 LifeStyles Research 8-12

#5 Bye 7-13

#4 Del Norte Tire 6½-13½

High Scores — Barry King 232-200-200=632, Maggie Morrow 502, Lee Bemis 218-225=625, Walt Jones 200=537.

Loggers fell Warriors 9-7

Del Norte senior quarterback Austin Healy rolls to his left while keeping his eyes downfield in search of a receiver in the first half against Eureka. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The Del Norte football team took the lead on Senior Night at Thunen Field less than 4:30 minutes into the game and held onto it until there were 10 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. But Eureka was able to complete its comeback with a 25-yard field goal as time was running down to steal away a 9-7 victory Friday.

The Warriors came out firing on all cylinders with a run-heavy, nine-play, 65-yard touchdown drive capped off with a 3-yard run by junior receiver Dayton Skeen.

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