>Crescent City California News, Sports, & Weather | The Triplicate

News Classifieds Web
web powered by Web Search Powered by Google

Home arrow News arrow Sports

Sports

Warrior golf team takes 3rd in HDNC

Luke Polidore places 8th for the season, makes NCS qualifiers

Read more...
Luke Polidore
At the final Humboldt-Del Norte Conf­erence event of the season, the Del Norte High boys golf team ended things on a positive  note.

The squad took third overall on Tuesday at the HDNC event, which was held in Eureka.

Also, the Warriors finished in third place in the HDNC final conference standings, one of its better showing in the past few years.

James Morrow had the  top score for the Warriors with a 75 on Tuesday.  Morrow took first at an HDNC event last week.

Dillon Wright shot a 78 for Del Norte, as did Cole Lesley.


Warriors name new football head coach

Assistant coach Hadfield chosen

Read more...
Hadfield
A Warrior gridiron assistant coach will take over the reins of Del Norte High’s varsity football program.

Current Warrior athletic director Bob Hadfield, an assistant coach in the program for the past two years, will take over for Lewis Nova, who recently resigned as head varsity football coach.

“I’m excited,” Had­field said. “I’m just looking forward to another great season.”

As an assistant coach, Hadfield has coached both the wide receivers and defensive backs. He is also a teacher at the high school and has been with the school district for 10 years.

Raised in Illinois, Hadfield said he has been a high school  football head coach in Fairfield, Ill., and in the California town of McFarland, Kern County.


Former Logger drafted

Maualuga taken 38th by Bengals

Read more...
AP Photo
Former Eureka High  and USC linebacker standout Rey Maualuga was selected in the second round with the 38th overall pick in the NFL draft by the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday.

Maualuga will be reunited in Cincinnati with former USC linebacker Keith Rivers, who was the Bengals’ top pick last year.

The Bengals liked Maualuga so much that they considered taking him in the first round if they traded down from the sixth spot, according to an Associated Press story.

They got some insights about him from Rivers, who will be his teammate again.


Warriors dominate Arcata

 

Read more...
Pitcher Alyssa Bergquist winds up on Friday during play against the Arcata Tigers. (The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson)

Bergquist pitches 13 Ks in one-hitter


The Del Norte Warrior softball squad dominated Arcata Friday night, bringing their lead in the Big 4 Conference to 5-0 and 15-3 overall.

The Warriors shut out the Arcata Tigers 8-0 during the seven inning match.

To see more pictures of the game click here .

 


Strong finish to tough year for tennis team

Young squad looks forward to next season

 

The Del Norte boys tennis team went out with a bang Friday, ending the season at 2-11, but defeating an undefeated team, Arcata, in the process.

“All of our matches were really good all day,” said Coach Kirk Olesen.

 


DN baseball team ekes out 3-2 win


Warriors track and field team takes part in meet

The Del Norte High track and field team had several  participants hit personal best marks at a meet in McKinleyville  on Wednesday, April 22.

Racing in the 1,600 meter relay, sophomore Zara Gastineau took first with a time of 5:48, which was the best mark in the Big 5 Conference this year, head coach Scott Lindsay said. She took third in the triple jump with a personal best mark and tied for third in the high jump.

Senior Joseph Alexandre had personal best marks in the 110-meter hurdles and the 300-meter hurdles to take first place in both events. He also placed third in the pole vault.

Junior Kyle Eggan took first in the shot put and had a personal best mark in the discus to take third place.

Sophomore Brandon Katit­suka took first in the 200-meter dash and was third in the 100-meter dash.

Senior Taylor Duncan was first in the pole vault.

The girls 4x400 meter relay team took first while freshman Jenny Goacher was third in the 100-meter dash and 200-meter dash.


DN boys tennis team ends regular season

The Del Norte High boys tennis team had its last regular season match against St. Bernard’s at home on Wednesday, April 22.

The contest was a makeup match from an earlier scheduled event that was canceled due to rain.

The Warriors lost 7-2.

Head coach Kirk Olesen said almost everyone who took part had not taken part in a match this year to reward them for all the hard work they have done in practice all year.

This included Martin Anderson, who won 6-1, 6-4 in his match.

The doubles pair of  Kong Her and Thomas Thao won the No.1 doubles match 8-6.

The squad will compete one more time at the Humboldt-Del Norte Con­ference doubles championships at Fortuna on Friday, April 24.


Warriors trounce Huskies 11-4

Earn first Big 4 win of the year

Read more...
Del Norte High shortstop Zack Heglemeyer makes a play on the ball during a home game against Fortuna on Tuesday. The Warriors won 11-4. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
The Del Norte High baseball team downed Fortuna 11-4 on Tuesday to earn the squad’s first Big 4 Conference win of the year.

The Warriors had the hot hand on offense, smacking 13 hits for the game.

Del Norte scored one run in the first inning, four in the second inning, five in the third and one run in the fourth inning.
Head coach Pablo Lorenzi said in the first four innings his squad “played really good ball. We were focused and were able to bring in runs.”

While the team held on for the win, he said his squad became complacent and let the Huskies earn four runs the rest of the way. 


Del Norte crushes Fortuna in softball

Remain in first in Big 4 at 4-0

The Del Norte High softball team maintained its position at the top of the Big 4 Conference standings on Tuesday, easily dispatching  Fortuna 12-0 in five innings.

The squad scored all its runs in the first three innings  as the Warriors improved to 4-0 in the Big 4 and 14-3 overall.

“The girls came out and  started hitting,” head coach Jackie Heuberger said. “Even the girls that have been in a slump hit well. Everyone did their jobs to get the win.”

The Warriors started things off with a single by leadoff hitter Jennifer Gustafson, who also stole a base as Del Norte put up four runs in the first inning. The Warriors proceeded to  earn six more runs in the second and two more in the third inning.

The game was called in the fifth inning due to the mercy rule.

Lauryn Lesina went 3-for-3 with two singles, a double and three RBIs.

Alyssa Bergquist was 2-for-2 with a walk, a double, a single and two RBIs. Jessica Morrow was 2-for-3 with two singles and a RBI.

Bergquist pitched the first two innings and had three strikeouts.

Sarah Weiser pitched the rest of the game and and three strikeouts, two walks and gave up one hit.




<< Start < Previous page 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 Next page > End >>

Results 3196 - 3210 of 4638


Del Norte Triplicate:

312 H Street
P.O. Box 277
Crescent City, CA 95531

(707) 464-2141
webmaster@triplicate.com

Follow The Triplicate headlines on Follow The Triplicate headlines on Twitter

© Copyright 2001 - 2016 Western Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. By Using this site you agree to our Terms of Use