| Annual youth football camp brings 53 youngsters out to learn for high school coaches and players in 3-day camp
The 2015 Warrior Youth Football Camp had its biggest turnout since its first year with a total of 53 kids between third and eighth grades participating. That was 20 more participants than in 2014 and the most since the camp began with about 60 participants in 2011 according to the Triplicate’s coverage of the camp.
| Bottom fish plentiful near harbor while salmon still elusive; halibut fishing closes Wednesday
Nick DeCali shows off this chinook salmon caught near the mouth of the Smith River while fi shing with Golf River Guides on the Klamath River. Photo courtesy of Kenton Bansemer / Gold River Guides
The past week has brought smooth seas to the Wild Rivers Coast, and sport fi shermen have been able to take advantage with limits of lingcod and near limits of rockfish throughout the week.
Del Norte High School will welcome their 2015 Athletic Hall of Fame class on Friday evening Aug. 28, when the Warrior football team opens its season against Cardinal Newman High School from the Santa Rosa area.
| Softball season is underway officially this week after a couple practice games for each of the 28 teams signed up to compete in either the men’s league or the coed league. The men’s league kicked things off on Monday, and the coed league took Pykes Field on Tuesday. The men’s league also plays on Wednesday, the coed league on Thursdays.
The Strokers Joel Pe˝a scoops up a ground ball while playing third base on Tuesday at Pykes Field. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Birdies, bogies, books and brothers is what I remember most from my college days at the University of Nevada in Reno.
| Big bats lead out-of-town team to victory at Pykes Field in seven-team tournament
Kevin Ray, left, is congratulated by Sops teammate Jordan Wyatt after Ray hit a grand slam in the sixth inning of the championship game of the Firecracker Slowpitch Softball Tournament. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
While the parade wound its way through town and a party broke out in the park, the Del Norte Recreation Department celebrated Independence Day its own way with the annual Firecracker Slowpitch Softball Tournament at Pykes Field on Saturday and Sunday.
John Dorman (186) and Parker Thompson (222) wend their way through the fl oats and festivities as part of the race route before finishing in Beachfront Park. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
70 and up
1st Jim Brown .............39:40
1st Charles Luttrell ......25:46
2nd Art Shulaw .............57:46
1st Bill Groom .............24:38
2nd Enrique Leal ...........25:35
3rd Conrad Evanow......27:06
1st Thomas Pacheco ...24:47
2nd Gino Cena ..............25:48
3rd Brady Whittingham 26:06
1st Levi Pulley .............20:25
2nd Tommy Burley ........22:54
3rd Miguel Jaime .........22:57
1st Grant Ivison-Lane ..19:37
2nd Matthew Chadwick 19:44
3rd Christian Javier ......20:59
*1st Jesus Lara .............17:50
2nd Garrett Galea ..........20:03
3rd Calvin Thumbaga...22:31
1st Jagger Burris .........22:39
2nd Ta-Tes Boulby ........23:33
3rd T.J. St. Clair ...........28:22
9 and under
1st Jack Brown ............27:22
2nd Owen St. Clair ........33:54
Two of the top players in Del Norte High School football history will be squaring off on national television on Friday at 4 p.m. when Cody Hoffman’s Montreal Alouettes make the trip to Winnipeg to take on Buck Pierce’s Blue Bombers on ESPN2.
| High school players turned coaches help youngsters learn how to have fun with tennis
Taylor Zwierlein concentrates on her shot during the second day of the junior tennis clinic at Del Norte High School. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
About 15 kids are participating in the Junior Tennis Camp at Del Norte High School, which kicked off this week on Tuesday and Thursday.
| The salmon were out in force and biting over the weekend near the port of Brookings before slowing down to just a few fish per day for the rest of the week. Bottomfish remain plentiful in both Northern California and Southern Oregon, but choppy seas have slowed anglers from hauling them in quite as quickly as they have become accustomed to this year.
Cynthia Grospe of Crescent City hauled in a 47-pound halibut on Wednesday. Photo courtesy of Jim Mitchell / Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips
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