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Sports briefs Jan. 2, 2014

Warrior wrestlers head to Anderson 

The Del Norte high school wrestling team will see its first competition of 2014 today at the Anderson Tournament. The tournament is thefourth of the season for the Warriors. 

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Lady Warriors preparing for league play

Del Norte girls basketball look to continue to improve in HDN Big 5

The Del Norte girls basketball team got off to a 6-4 start to the season before winter break. The Warriors have traveled to three tournaments this year, finishing second in Yreka and taking third in Phoenix and Brookings-Harbor.

The early season was a learning process for the Del Norte girls, as the players have been getting used to first-year head coach Jeff Cook, and Cook has been getting used to coaching varsity girls, after spending five years as the boys JV coach.

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Cody Hoffman ends college career in Fight Hunger Bowl

Read more...Former Del Norte High School wide receiver Cody Hoffman capped off his storied college career at Brigham Young University in the Fight Hunger Bowl in San Francisco on Friday night.

But BYU lost to the University of Washington 31-16 as Bishop Sankey ran for 95 yards and two scores to tie Washington’s career touchdown record.

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Hoffman’s last college game

Former Del Norte wide receiver Cody Hoffman will take the field for the last time as a member of the Brigham Young football team tomorrow.

Hoffman, who is the Cougars’ career leader in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns will help lead BYU against the PAC 12’s Washington in the Fight Hunger Bowl. Both teams ended the game with an 8-4 overall record this season.

The Fight Hunger Bowl will be played in AT&T Park in San Francisco. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m.


 

Reel Deal: Low flows continue, but steelies still being caught

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David Rosingana and Rick Timko hold limits of steelhead caught Dec. 19 on the Chetco River while fishing with guide Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. Courtesy of Wild Rivers Fishing
 Near Thanksgiving I said that it’s nice to entertain out-of-towners with rare winter sunshine in Del Norte County, unless of course you’re a fishermen. 

I never suspected that it would be one of the driest seasons on record and that we would be saying the same thing for Christmas. But there I was yesterday, enjoying the persistent sun with visiting family and looking at a Smith River that was running as low as it looked in July.

It has not been a good season for coastal river fishermen. The rivers are low, clear and sometimes too cold. 

Somehow, some anglers are still posting decent adult steelhead numbers, however, including the North Coast’s U.S. Congressman  Jared Huffman who caught a nice adult steelhead in the lower river while fishing with guide Mike Coopman.

 

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Warrior Boys Basketball: Del Norte takes second, shows improvement

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Josh Bruden splits a pair of Brookings defenders in front of the contingent of Warrior fans that made the trip north on Saturday. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
 The Del Norte boys basketball team finished second at the Brookings-Harbor Tournament on Saturday. The Warriors fell 54-49 in the championship game against host Brookings-Harbor in the final.

 Del Norte lost a close game against Brookings-Harbor in the first game of the year in the Yreka Tournament. Although they lost another close game, the Warriors showed clear signs of progress.

“This was a much better basketball game,” said Del Norte head coach Blaine Lopez. “Both teams played much better.”

Del Norte got out to a strong start in the game. After initially finding themselves down 14-12, the Warriors went on a 10-0 run to grab hold of the lead.

 

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Warrior girls beat Cascade Christain 56-45 for 3rd place

The Del Norte girls basketball team turned things around on Saturday with a 56-45 victory over Cascade Christian in the consolation final of the Brookings-Harbor Tournament.

The Warriors, who were coming off of their first back-to-back losses of the season, were pleased to be able to head into winter break with a victory.

“It was good to get the win,” said Del Norte head coach Jeff Cook. “We went into the game at ease. I don’t think they were too worried about the previous two games.”

 

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Del Norte frosh boys play pair at Jamboree

The Del Norte freshman boys basketball team played its second and third games of the year this weekend at the Del Norte Freshman Jamboree.

The Warriors lost 51-40 to Fortuna in the first game and fell 43-37 to Brookings-Harbor in the second game.

Branden Throop led Del Norte in scoring with 11 points against Fortuna and 15 against Brookings. Doson Tweed added 10 points for the Warriors against Fortuna.

 

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Congressional catch

Congressman Jared Huffman shows off a steelhead he caught Thursday while fishing with guide Mike Coopman on the Smith River. As an avid fan of the Smith River, Huffman took the time for a fishing trip during his three-day visit to Del Norte County this week. Courtesy of Mike Coopman’s Guide Service

 

Turnovers, shooting woes sink Lady Warriors in first round

The Del Norte girls basketball team got off to a slow start at the Brookings-Harbor Tournament on Friday. The Warriors lost 37-20 to Phoenix (Ore.) in what was by far their lowest-scoring game of the season.

Previously, Del Norte’s low score for the season was 38 in a 38-37 win over Reedsport but on Friday, the Warriors just couldn’t find the hoop.

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