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Warrior Memories: Warrior pride lasts a lifetime

It really seems like it was not that long ago that I was a student at Del Norte High School, but when I count the years it is 63 years since I wore the blue and gold of the Warriors.

I am one of the fortunate ones that also got to wear the red and white for my freshman, sophomore, and junior years and the present blue and gold as a senior.


Reel Deal: Fishing 'til the end

Steelhead fishing is still going strong on the Smith River, with guides expecting good fishing conditions through the end of the season April 30. The ocean salmon sport season south of Horse Mountain will began Saturday April 5, and in-river spring salmon are being caught in decent numbers on the lower Rogue River.

Cody Gardner, of Crescent City, caught what he called a “legendary” buck with unique coloring on the South Fork Smith River using a 3/4 oz. cleo, one of eight steelhead he caught that day.  

DN adds player, falls to NCP 9-0

Ger Xiong charges a shot in his No. 3 singles match against North Coast Prep’s Forest Williams on Tuesday. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte boys tennis team finally got back on the court on Tuesday after having matches against Eureka and St. Bernard’s canceled or postponed last week.

Warriors impress in HDN opener

Boys and girls teams both take first place in first home meet of the season

Kaitlyn Clemann cleared the bar at 4-foot-10 to take second in the high jump at the first Humboldt-Del Norte league meet of the season. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The first Humboldt-Del Norte track and field meet of the season was a huge success for both the boys and girls Del Norte track and field teams.

Sports correction April 3, 2014

Robert Reyes-Villegas, 6, was a first-place finisher for Del Norte Youth Wrestling at its tournament Saturday. In fact, Reyes-Villegas is undefeated in his year and a half with the program. He was mistakenly left out of a Tuesday sports article.

Sports briefs April 3, 2014

Del Norte baseball make-up game 

The Del Norte baseball team will be making up its home game against Illinois Valley today. The Warriors were originally scheduled to host Illinois Valley on March 25.

Sirens suffer 1st loss of season in Cherry City

Tsunami Sirens move to 2-1 after a 230-111 loss to the Boneyard Brawlers

The North Coast Roller Derby made the decision it wanted to play tougher competition in 2014. That is why the Tsunami Sirens traveled to Cherry City on Saturday, falling 230-111 to the Boneyard Brawlers.

Del Norte softball

Photo courtecy of Siskiyou Daily News / Bill Choy
Ali Olson looks to get the ball to first base for an out as catcher Kiera Davis looks on. The Warriors won their first two games of the Yreka Tournament on Friday but lost 1-0 to Mt. Shasta and 6-2 to Tulelake to finish 2-2 overall. Del Norte is currently 4-8 as they prepare to begin Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 League play at Fortuna on April 9.



DN youth win again

Warriors have 35 wrestlers compete, 26 medal en route to team title at home meet

Sherrik Cron II tries to spin his opponent to his back. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The 2014 Del Norte Youth Wrestling team got off to a hot start this season and they continued that success with a team championship at the Del Norte Youth Wrestling Invitational on Saturday.

Lockwood remains undefeated in Arcata

The Del Norte boys golf team traveled to Arcata on Monday for its fourth meet of the season. The Warriors took four golfers south, leaving them one short of being able to register a team score.

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