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DN edges Eureka

 

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Alberto Barraza chases down a long pass into the box. He drew a penalty on the keeper to set up the Warriors goal on the ensuing penalty kick. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Del Norte holds on after an early goal on a penalty kick for a 1-0 victory over the Loggers

It was a first for everyone on the Del Norte boys soccer team.

None of the Warriors’ players or coaches had ever beaten Eureka until the final whistle blew in Del Norte’s nerve-wracking 1-0 win.


Reel Deal: Flows back up on Smith River

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Mike Eberitzsch of Bend, Ore., holds a salmon he caught Tuesday on the lower Chetco River while bobber fishing. Courtesy of Andy Martin / Wild Rivers Fishing
A couple of inches of rain on Tuesday was enough to bring the Smith River out of the low-flow fishing closure on Wednesday and draw out a few anglers searching for salmon.


Cross country teams run in Arcata

The Del Norte boys and girls cross country teams competed in Arcata in their third Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 meet of the season.


Warriors win 3 of 4

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Del Norte AAA Gold’s Ethan Price throws a stiff arm to get around the corner against the Loggers on Sunday at Whalen Field. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Two Del Norte youth football teams sit out with a bye in the sixth week of competition 

The Six Rivers Youth Football league returned to Whalen Field on Sunday as the Del Norte Youth Football teams went a combined 3-1 on Sunday with the AA Blue and A Blue teams both sitting out the week with a bye.

 

 


Late rally lifts boys soccer to 7-3 win

The Del Norte boys soccer team found itself trailing McKinleyville on three separate occasions on Saturday, but the Warriors fought back every time and they were eventually able to pull away late in the game for a 7-3 win.


Close losses doom DN tennis against Arcata

The Del Norte girls tennis team put up quite a fight in Arcata on Saturday, but the Tigers were just too strong in tie-breaking sets for the Warriors and went on for the 7-2 team win.


Girls soccer falls 4-0 in McKinleyville

The Del Norte girls soccer team traveled to McKinleyville for a rematch against the Panthers on Saturday. The Warriors played a strong second half, but fell 4-0 to their Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 competition.


Warriors hold off Mack 61-46

 

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Chad Bell rushed for 141 total yards and scored three touchdowns to help the Warriors outgun McKinleyville on Friday. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Big 5’s top two offenses put on a showdown at Thunen Field on Friday night

The meeting of the two top offenses in the Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 conference lived up to the billing on Friday at Thunen Field as the Del Norte football team combined with McKinleyville for over 100 total points in the Warriors’ 61-46 victory.


Warrior Memories: DeAutremont brought enthusiasm, respect to DN

We are now well into my favorite season of the year — football season. This time of year it is fun for me to look back at my time as a Warrior and the privilege I had to play for the Warriors’ then-new head football coach Chuck DeAutremont.


Reel Deal: ‘Bubble fishery’ closes Sunday

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Jim Mitchell of Crescent City shows off a halibut landed out of Crescent City Harbor on Friday.
Anglers have been hammering king salmon at the mouth of the Chetco River, but once the “bubble fishery” that allows ocean fishing at the mouth closes after Sunday, Chetco and Smith River salmon fishermen will be waiting for rain to create prime fishing conditions.


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