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DN Youth Football 10-13-09

Photo courtesy of Katherine Forkner
Chad Bell of the Del Norte Youth Football AA Gold team runs with the football during a game on Sunday in Eureka. Del Norte won the contest against the RYF Knights 36-12 to go to 5-0 for the year. For scores of all the DNYF games and standings go to www.dnyf.org .  


Sports briefs October 13, 2009

Blaine Lopez to be inducted into CR HOF

Breast Cancer bike ride held on Saturday

DN boys soccer squad downs Crusaders 8-1


Loggers roll over Warriors


Huskies shock Warriors in 3

VB team loses for 1st time in Big 5 since 2005 season

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A four year  winning streak was snapped Thursday night.

For the first time since losing to McKinleyville in 2005, the Del Norte High varsity volleyball team lost a Big 5 Conference volleyball game, falling to Fortuna 22-25, 21-25, 23-25.

While the Warriors opened the Big 5 season Tuesday with a convincing three game win over Eureka, nothing went right on Thursday as the Huskies dominated things from the start to earn the surprise win.

“It was the complete opposite of the Eureka match,” Warrior co-coach Pablo Lorenzi said. “Everything we did right in that game we did the opposite.”

The Warriors made countless service errors, especially during key points of the game, Lorenzi said, adding that the team’s serve receive was also quite “shaky.”

Lorenzi said he felt the girls were  too “nonchalant” about the contest and did not take their opponent seriously enough.

“We’re not going to walk into a gym and just win,” he said. “We have to work. As long as we’re working hard we’re fine.”


Sports briefs October 9, 2009

DNHS girls tennis team  defeats North Coast Prep

Warrior boys JV team downs Panthers 3-2

Warrior girls golf team competes in Arcata

Sign-ups happening for dodgeball and soccer


Warrior boys fall to Eureka 4-1 in soccer

Girls squad loses to the Loggers 8-0

Del Norte High was unable to sustain its first half momentum, falling to Eureka 4-1 in boys Big 4 Conference soccer action Wednesday night.

After losing to the Loggers 3-0 in the season opener the Warriors came out ready to play in the first half.

After allowing a goal around the four minute mark, Del Norte came back with a goal made by senior Cheng Vang around the 15 minute mark. The score remained 1-1 the end of the half.


Warriors down Loggers in Big 5 opener

DeBacker has 22 kills for Del Norte in three game win

The Del Norte High  varsity volleyball team played with a purpose, looking  like a team going for its 21st straight conference crown Tuesday night.

In the Warriors Big 5 season opener the squad won 25-18, 27-25, 25-21 over Eureka on the road.

“It was nice to start off on the right foot,” Del Norte co-coach Pablo Lorenzi said.

It was a true team effort as several Warriors had exceptional games.

Read more...This included senior Kristen DeBacker who had an unbelievable 22 kills. This included going 7-for-11 on kill attempts in the first game.

“She did a great job,” Lorenzi said. “She really stepped it up.”


DN JV team falls in three games

The Del Norte High junior varsity volleyball team lost 16-25, 25-23, 9-15 to Eureka on the road on Tuesday.

After a slow start in the first game, the squad came together and “were on fire” in the second game head coach Erin Louy said, before the Warriors dropped the third and final game. Louy said a key problem in the third game was her team not being able to communicate during serve receive situations.

Louy commended Karah Marcinek, who did an excellent job as a back row defensive player, especially with her digs, Louy said.

“She dug almost every ball and some of the hits were pretty difficult to get to,” Louy said.

Chandler Davis and Morgan Laney each had four kills for Del Norte while Whitney Floyd  had two kills.

Louy said that  while the team lost they have made strides. “It’s just  a matter of working out the kinks,” she said.


Barrel racer Haddad places 7th at state finals in Redding

At only 13 years old  Crescent City resident Natasha Haddad made it all the way to the state finals in the sport of barrel racing.

At the California Cowboys Profes­sional Rodeo Association rodeo circuit year end finals at the Redding Convention Center on Friday  Haddad placed 7th overall out of 15 participants.

Read more...The top five finishers made it to the second day on Saturday.

Haddad finished with a time of 18.2 seconds and was the youngest competitor at the event with the next youngest being in her early 20s.

“I’m very blessed and proud just to make it to finals,” Haddad said.


DN Warriors fall to Arcata in girls tennis

The Del Norte High girls tennis team fell to Arcata 9-0 on the road on Tuesday.

In the No. 1 singles match  Warrior Kathryn Gustafson lost her first contest of the year to Abi Black  6-1, 3-6, 7-5 to drop to 5-1 for the season.

“Kathryn Gustafson has been getting over the flu and had a hard time sustaining her energy for such a long match,” head coach Trudi Zottola-Gugliemini said. “She did really well but was unable to win the third set.” 

No. 2 seed Meghan Webb lost to Selina Ricord 6-1, 6-2 while Samantha Bausch fell to Gabby Ricord 6-0, 6-0 in No. 3 singles play.  
                                                                
No. 4 seed Kaitlyn Stephens was defeated by Olivia Johnson 6-0, 6-1 while No. 5 seed Whitney Gamboa lost to  Clair Appleman 6-4, 7-5. Hannah Seaton, the No. 6 seed, fell to Genna Damain 6-7, 4-6, 6-2. Del Norte also lost its three doubles matches with the No. 2 doubles matches being defaulted.

The Warrior fell to 2-4 for the year.

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