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Strong at the top

Debie Yang stayed undefeated with a victory in her No. 2 singles match and her No. 1 doubles match with teammate Jordan Babich. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Del Norte gets another strong performance from its top players in close 5-4 loss to NCP 

The close tennis matches continued for Del Norte on Saturday when, for the third match in a row, the Warriors lost by the closest of margins, 5-4, to North Coast Prep Academy.

“We seem to be in a cycle where our top two girls play extremely well and it comes down to a critical match with the No. 2 doubles team,” said head coach Samuel Escobar.

Warriors take 3rd in Anderson


Del Norte volleyball teams gets good experience in tough tournament

The Del Norte volleyball team learned a lot about itself at a difficult tournament in Anderson on Friday and Saturday and head coach Debbie Lorenzi liked most of what she saw.

Del Norte Outgunned

Del Norte running back Matthew Coopman breaks a run to the outside during the first half of the Warriors’ 19-8 loss to St. Bernard’s on Friday. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Offenses struggle to find the end zone until a pair of late Crusader touchdowns sink Del Norte 

After scoring 132 points in its first three games, the Del Norte football team struggled to move the ball against St. Bernard’s in a 19-8 loss to the Crusaders.

The Warriors struck quickly in the game when senior quarterback Steven Maready found running back Chad Bell on a fly route on the team’s first offensive play of the game for a 40-yard touchdown. Junior Austin Healy, normally a wide out, lined up as the quarterback for the two-point conversion and took the ball in himself for the 8-0 lead just 41 seconds into the game.The Warriors will travel to Fortuna next Friday. Both teams enter the game with a 1-0 league record and the winner will grab an early lead in the championship hunt.

Warrior Memories: Mattz was there for DN sports

Each week as I prepare to attend a Warrior athletic contest, no matter what the sport, I can’t help but look back at what I consider the greatest Warrior fan I have known.

While a student at Del Norte, Ray Mattz was an outstanding performer on the football, basketball and baseball venues until he graduated in 1938. I first got to know Ray while I was a student at Crescent Elk and attended Warrior contests at the high school.

Reel Deal: Klamath angling paused during emergency flows

Although the opportunity to take home adult chinook salmon caught in the Lower Klamath River has passed, the salmon fishing is still great, and chinook under 22 inches can still be retained.  But anglers will most likely have to wait for the river to drop back down from emergency Trinity River flows that were started Tuesday.

Fishing for salmon holding in the Chetco River estuary has been pretty slow, but the Lower Rogue River bite has been pretty good, besides a few quiet days during the recent rain.

Del Norte blasts Panthers

Senior midfielder Geovany Ramirez fires a shot at the McKinleyville goal from just outside the penalty box. Ramirez scored on of Del Norte’s five goals in the first game of the season, but he also picked up a red card late in the second half and will have to sit out Saturday against Eureka by rule. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Del Norte tops McKinleyville 5-2 in season opener; celebration marred by 2 late red cards 

The Del Norte boys soccer team finally got out on the field on Wednesday for its first competition of the season. The Warriors opened right up with Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 league play and are off to a 1-0 start to the season after topping McKinleyville 5-2.

“I don’t think I could ask for more,” said head coach David Sanyaolu. “The players put in their best and I am happy that we played a passing game. That is the philosophy that I am trying to instill in them. It is a team game. You pass the ball and move; that is all.”

Warriors showing improvement, fall 4-0 to MHS

Freshman Laura Ochoa tries to break through the Panthers’ defense. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte girls soccer team hosted a tough McKinleyville team for its Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 league opener, falling 4-0. The young Warriors are pleased with the progress they have made, however, after a 1-2 start to the season.

“I am happy about how we played,” said head coach Clar Byers. “McKinleyville is a good team and we only had 12 players on our roster today. The girls settled down and passed around.”

Yang shines in Warrior losses

Del Norte No. 2 singles player Debbie Yang returns a ball during the second set of her 2-1 victory over Arcata. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Girls tennis falls to Loggers, Panthers 

The Del Norte girls tennis team lost two tightly contested matches in three days, slipping back to 2-2 for the season.

The Warriors traveled to Eureka on Saturday and picked up their first loss of the year in a close 5-4 match against the Loggers.

“It gave us things to work on this week and the kids are doing it,” said Del Norte head coach Samuel Escobar. “We have done a lot of movement exercises, a lot of repetition of going side to side, and we worked a lot on volleys and overhand shots.”

Bouncing Back

Del Norte’s Grace Bruschi (yellow) and Madison Smedley (blue) lay out for a dig in the second set in Brookings on Monday night. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Warriors cruise to 3-0 win at Brookings-Harbor after tough Hidden Valley Tournament 

The Del Norte volleyball team got back to its winning ways on Monday night with a 3-0 (25-16, 25-12, 25-9) win at Brookings-Harbor.

The victory came just two days after the Warriors lost three straight games, all in pool play at a difficult Hidden Valley Tournament, to improve to 7-4 overall in nonconference play.

JV prayer answered with Hail Mary


Del Norte gets unlikely 16-14 win over Yreka to start 2014 season 3-0

The Del Norte junior varsity football team showed a lot of moxie and were able to take advantage of a little bit of luck to stay undefeated in the young season with a 16-14 victory over Yreka in a game JV head coach Dan Forkner called, “Definitely the most exciting game that I have coached in.”

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