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Reel Deal: Steelhead can still be caught on the Smith, at least until the next rains

John Coots from Yuba City with a hatchery steelhead caught in the Smith River. Photo courtesy of Mick Thomas/ Lunker Fish Trips
The windows for steelhead fishing on coastal rivers were slammed closed with heavy rain earlier this week, but the fast-to-clear Smith River should drop enough for some action this weekend — until another predicted storm system spikes the river sometime Sunday.

Last chance to sign up for Babe Ruth

Players’ last chance to sign up for the Del Norte Babe Ruth league is scheduled for March 12-13 at the Peterson Park snack bar located at 525 7th St.

DN Track and Field to hold heptathalon

Del Norte is opening its season this year with a brand-new event. The Del Norte Warrior Heptathalon is a fundraiser for the track program that will help the team cover what Del Norte head coach Samuel Escobar estimated amounts to a $200 per kid cost for the team.

Local bowling scores March 6, 2014

Monday Social Fours (March 3)

Team# Name wins-losses

#6 LifeStyles Research 4-0

#3 T-C Ranch 4-0

Youth season ends with All-Star game

The fifth and sixth grade All-Stars battle for a rebound in the second half of the girls game. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Youth Basketball season came to a close in festive fashion on Wednesday night with the annual All-Star Game and Medal Ceremony in Thunen Gym just before the start of the Jaycees Tournament.

It’s Jaycees tournament time again

Drawing teams from afar, it’s about more than basketball

Baketball players, cheerleaders and others crowd Thunen Gymnasium for the Awards Ceremony at the end of the 2013 Jaycees Tournament. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The annual Jaycees Boys Basketball Tournament begins Friday as eighth grade basketball teams begin play in gyms across Del Norte County starting at 4 p.m.

The tournament is the season finale for nearly all of the teams. They come from all over California, Oregon and occasionally as far away as Arizona.

Sports briefs March 6, 2014

Boys golf opener delayed by rain 

The Del Norte High boys golf team had its season opener at the Redwood Empire Golf & Country Club in Fortuna canceled due to rain.

Del Norte tennis notches first win

Warriors romp against St. Bernard’s, take home meet 7-1 to improve to 1-1 on season

Cameron Douglas and the Del Norte boys tennis team beat St. Bernard’s 8-1 Tuesday. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
The Del Norte boys tennis team rebounded from an 0-9 loss against Fortuna to open the season, with a dominating 8-1 victory at home over St. Bernard’s on Tuesday.

Rain in the area threatened to cancel the meet, but the Warriors were able to triumph before any heavy rain began to fall.

“We were lucky to get in our match yesterday,” said Del Norte assistant coach Jane Rumiano.

Girls basketball shown on DNTV

The Del Norte girls basketball team will be featured on “Warrior Sports with Donnie Mattz” this week. 

The Warriors game against Eureka will be shown nightly at 7:30 p.m. starting on Wednesday

Warrior track program grows

Young Del Norte track and field team heads into 2014 season with big numbers and big hopes

Senior David Sathe and the Del Norte track program will participate in a brand new fundraiser to kick off the season on March 6-7. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
The Del Norte track and field team has been growing for the past four years under head coach Samuel Escobar. This year, there are 81 kids on the roster with about 40 boys and 40 girls.

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