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Incoming freshman football meeting

The Del Norte High School football program will be holding a meeting for incoming freshman interested in playing football next year. The meeting is also for parents and is scheduled for Monday at 5 p.m. in the Del Norte High School library.


Championship Tuesday

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The Sparks, from left, Siera Fitzhugh, Kara Miller, Katie Aguirre, Grace Bruschi and Taylor Cleland, pose after winning the womenís league championship Tuesday.
 Titles were won and lost on Tuesday at Del Norte High School, where the Del Norte Recreation Department hosted the championship round of all three of its divisions in the adult basketball league.


King of Clubs: The future of golf's social interaction

 Let’s face it, golf is rarely fun. I have been playing golf for 18 years, and I can count on one hand the number of times when the game itself was exciting or thrilling. 


DNYSA signups June 13 and 15

The Del Norte Youth Soccer Association is holding two more registration dates before the season kicks off on July 25. 

 


Del Norte Track on Warriors Sports

The Del Norte track and field team will be on Charter Cable channel 4’s presentation of “Warrior Sports with Donnie Mattz” this week. The track team’s final event of the Humboldt-Del Norte League season — the HDN County Finals — will be shown nightly at 7 p.m. starting on Wednesday.


Youth wrestle at State

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Del Norte Youth wrestlers Colton Schaad, left, and Eddie Hartwick, right, show off their medals from the state championships. Submitted
 Three Warriors make trip to Fresno, two earn medals with top five finishes 

A trio of young Del Norte wrestlers who won Redwood Wrestling Association titles back in April were back on the mat this weekend to test themselves against some of the top competition in the state.

 


Warrior Memories: Summer on the diamond with Donís crazy laugh

With summer about here and school about out I can’t help but look back at playing summer baseball with the Crescent City Blues.  This was a team sponsored by Vaughn Pyke, owner of Pyke’s Variety Store and made up of local high school players.


Reel Deal: Bottom fishing still best bet

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Joey LeFebvre, a deckhand for Wild Rivers Fishing, gaffs a lingcod out of the Port of Brookings May 18 while Shelby Sobil of Arcata looks on. Photo courtesy of Andy Martin / Wild Rivers Fishing
 Halibut are back in season, salmon are still hiding and bottom fish are still biting 

Ocean fishing on the Northern California coast has been stuck in aholding pattern for that past few weeks. Although salmon and halibut fishing opened on May 1, sportfishing for the fish has been fairly spotty so far this season. While the salmon remain elusive, however, rockfish and lingcod have remained red hot, with many boats catching limits before noon since the season opened up on May 15.


Youth baseball & softball

Deven Tiffany makes a play on the ball as his Thunder teammates Sam White (far right) and Uriah Lee (center) back him up during their tee ball game against the Mets on Tuesday at Pykes Field.
 Little League is rapidly wrapping up its 2015 season in Del Norte as the youngsters’ schedules conclude this week. The top Little League players in several of the age groups will combine into a Del Norte All Star team to compete in regional competitions this summer. 
Jaylee Keeling rounds third base on her way to sliding into home for the Mets.


DNYSA signups June 13 and 15

The Del Norte Youth Soccer Association is holding two more registration dates before the season kicks off on July 25.


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