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Senior Kayla Costello tries to split a tough Miramonte block on Thursday in Del Norte’s first-round loss in the NCS Division III playoffs. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Del Norte falls 3-0 to Miramonte’s size, experience in first round of North Coast Section playoffs

The size disparity was nothing new. Del Norte volleyball has been smaller than nearly every opponent it has played this year, yet still managed to win 23 games. But Miramonte combined its size with experience, not just in high school but at the club level, that the Warriors just couldn’t match.

No. 11-seeded Del Norte fell 3-0 (25-14, 25-15, 25-18) to the sixth-seeded Matadors in Thunen Gym on Thursday in the first round of the North Coast Section Division III playoffs.


Warrior football preps for playoff

The last time the Del Norte football team played a postseason game at home, this year’s senior class was in fifth grade. That streak ends on Friday when the Warriors host Lower Lake at Whalen Field at 7 p.m in the first round of the North Coast Section Division IV playoffs.

“Playing at home in the playoffs is a big deal because we worked so hard, both the kids and the coaches, to accomplish that,” said head coach Ray Rook. “All the hard work that the players and the coaches do in the offseason is paying off.”


Warriors win some hardware

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Del Norte cross country runners Garret Galea, left, and Karlie Scott, right, both earned medals with top 14 finishes at the Humboldt-Del Norte cross country meet in Arcata on Saturday. Jesus Lara, center, earned a White Star for finishing third in the boys race. Submitted
The Del Norte cross country team sent seven runners down to Arcata for the Humboldt-Del Norte cross country championships on Saturday and three of those runners returned to Del Norte with an award.

The Warriors’ top finisher, Jesus Lara, took third place with a time of 16:43 and won the school’s first White Star in cross country in several years, according to long-time assistant coach George Hartman. The top seven finishers in each the boys and girls races are awarded White Stars.


JV football wraps up unblemished season

A turnover early in the Del Norte junior varsity football team’s season finale helped Arcata jump out to a 7-6 lead, but true to form, the Warriors never panicked.

“The kids just went out and did what they do; they never got rattled all year,” said Del Norte JV coach Danny Forkner. “That is the great part of this team.”

Del Norte showed that same determination on Friday as it scored the game’s final 40 points to run away with a 46-7 victory to complete the team’s perfect season at 10-0.


Volleyball gets 1st round at home

The Del Norte volleyball team will be at home for the first round of the North Coast Section Division III playoffs on Wednesday at 7 p.m. The Warriors (23-7), hosting their first playoff game in six years, drew the No. 11 seed and will face No. 6 Miramonte (21-10) in the first round.


Three teams advance

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AA Gold’s Dillon Sargent keeps both hands on the ball as he helps the Warriors run out the clock on a 34-0 victory over Fortuna to earn a spot in the championship game Sunday. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
DN has a youth team at every level in the championship 

Three of the four Del Norte Youth football teams that competed in the Six Rivers Youth Football semifinals on Sunday came away with wins and the Warriors will have a representative in the championship game of all three age levels.

In A, Del Norte Gold avenged a 13-0 loss to McKinleyville two weeks ago with a 12-6 win over the Panthers to advance. In the other semifinal, Del Norte blue fell 35-0 to undefeated Ferndale. The gold squad lost 20-0 to Ferndale when the teams met in Week 5.


Reel Deal: Big crabs, low numbers in first week

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Tyler Mitchell shows off two chinook salmon he caught near Jed Smith campground Sunday with his dad and local fishing guide Jim Mitchell. Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips / Jim Mitchell
North Coast Dungeness crabs are looking plump, with tasty sweet meat, according to sport crabbers.

Although official crab meat-to-weight ratios used to set the opening date for the North Coast’s commercial Dungeness crab season have not yet been completed this year, the word from recreational crab fishermen is that the crustaceans are looking ready for a Dec. 1 commercial opener — all the more reason for sport crabbers to get some while the getting’s good before the commercial fleet scoops up the bulk of ocean spiders.


DN finishes off perfect league season

Warriors overwhelm Tigers 49-6 in regular season finale, finish 7-0 in HDN 

It’s official.

The Del Norte football team is the 2014 Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 league champion after putting the finishing touches on an undefeated league season with a 49-6 blowout in Arcata.

The Warriors got off to a rocky start when quarterback Steven Maready had trouble handling the snap and Arcata recovered just outside the red zone. Arcata returned the favor and fumbled its first snap as well and Del Norte recovered.


JV volleyball improves all season

The Del Norte junior varsity volleyball team struggled to win games this season, finishing with a 1-7 mark in Humbolt-Del Norte league play, but the Warriors are proud of the progress that the girls showed throughout the year.

“It was a great year,” said head coach Deja Wakefield, who took over in October for Megan Curtis. “It was a really good learning experience for them. We had games that we walked away from thinking that we could have played better, but in the next game we took what we learned in practice and improved. We didn’t win every game, but I think they sure learned a lot, which is really important at the JV level.”


Warrior Memories: Athletic play only part of Yamor’s DN legacy

One of the things that makes Del Norte such a special place to live and coach is Warrior athletes. One such athlete was George Yamor.

George played for Hall of Fame coach Ed Fraser in the 1940s. He was an outstanding athlete in three sports but was especially good on the baseball diamond.


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