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Del Norte takes the mat against Fortuna for senior night dual tonight in Thunen Gymnasium

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Robin Pierce, pictured, is one of six seniors that will be recognized today in Thunen Gym for senior night as Del Norte takes on Fortuna in the Warriors’ last home wrestling action of the season. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
The Del Norte wrestling team will be on the mat today in Thunen Gymnasium for the last time this season. The Warriors will face Fortuna on senior night in their second dual meet of the season.

“I don’t know a lot about Fortuna,” said Del Norte assistant coach Clinton Schaad. “We saw them at Del Norte and McKinleyville very early in the season. Then we saw them at Eureka, but I don’t know if their whole team was there or not. I don’t know what they have as far as a full lineup, but I know that they have a couple quality kids that will be tough matches for us.”


Sports briefs Jan. 28, 2014

Warrior basketball on Charter Cable 

The Del Norte High boys’ and girls’ first Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 league games of the season against Arcata will be televised on DNTV Channel 4 on Charter Cable. The games will be shown nightly at 7:30 p.m., starting Wednesday.


Sirens stun Humboldt Roller Derby

Tsunami Sirens open season with first ever victory over sister program, Humboldt Roller Girls

The student has become the teacher.

The Tsunami Sirens opened the 2014 roller derby season on Saturday with a 169-160 victory at the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds over Humboldt Roller Derby, the sister program that helped the North Coast Roller Derby get off the ground in Crescent City a few years ago.


Warriors' upset bid falls short

Third quarter surge helps Fortuna escape Del Norte with a win

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Junior forward Brandon Japp rises out of a thicket of Fortuna defenders in the lane to score two of his 10 points Thursday. Del Norte gave the Huskies their closest league game of the year before falling 51-44. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte boys basketball team gave Fortuna its biggest scare so far in the conference, but the Warriors couldn’t complete a fourth quarter comeback, falling 51-44 to Fortuna in Thunen Gymnasium on Thursday.

“For the most part, we played pretty well,” said Del Norte head coach Blaine Lopez. “We battled and worked hard. The effort was there. There were just a few execution things.”


DN Little League registration open

Registration is now open for the 2014 season of Del Norte Little League baseball and softball. Little League players must be at least 4 years old as of May 30. Baseball players must not be older than 12 years by the same date. Softball players must have been younger than 16 as of Dec. 31, 2013.


Warrior girls fall 47-32 to Huskies

The Del Norte girls struggled to score the basketball once again when they traveled to Fortuna on Friday. Fortuna pulled away during a second quarter in which the Warriors scored just one point and went on for a 47-32 victory.

“We tried some different things, we just couldn’t get it in the basket again,” said head coach Jeff Cook. “Three games of only scoring 30 points isn’t going to win you any games in this league.”


Reel Deal: Herring run started in CC Harbor

All signs indicate that there is a pretty good steelhead fishing season to be had in nearby coastal rivers; only trouble is that the drought has made it very difficult to go after the prized sea-running trout.

While anglers are waiting for rain, including some light rain predicted for next week, they can wet lines in Crescent City Harbor, where the annual herring run is just getting started, or the lower Klamath.


DN rolls over Arcata

Del Norte grapplers topple incomplete Tiger squad 54-18 in first league dual of the season

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Del Norte’s Roberto Aguilar rolls Arcata’s Ian Parris onto his back in the second period in an exhibition match to kick off Wednesday’s dual between Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 rivals in Thunen Gymnasium. Aguilar won the match by fall and the Warriors won the dual 54-18. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The Del Norte wrestling team easily defeated Arcata 54-18 in their first league dual of the season.

The Tigers came into Thunen Gymnasium Wednesday with just eight of the 14 weights filled. Del Norte also had to forfeit two classes, so there were only seven varsity matches for the evening.


Del Norte girls roll over Hoopa 48-26

The Del Norte girls basketball team rolled to a 48-26 victory over Hoopa in a non-league matchup on Tuesday.

The Warriors opened the game with a 22-0 run in the first quarter and Del Norte was never again threatened.

“Everything was working,” said Del Norte head coach Jeff Cook. “They were playing us in zone. We got the inside working and we actually hit a couple jump shots.”

The Del Norte offense was spread around in the game, as the Warriors were able to get every player on the roster into the game.


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