Tsunami Sirens move to 2-1 after a 230-111 loss to the Boneyard Brawlers
The North Coast Roller Derby made the decision it wanted to play tougher competition in 2014. That is why the Tsunami Sirens traveled to Cherry City on Saturday, falling 230-111 to the Boneyard Brawlers.
Ali Olson looks to get the ball to first base for an out as catcher Kiera Davis looks on. The Warriors won their first two games of the Yreka Tournament on Friday but lost 1-0 to Mt. Shasta and 6-2 to Tulelake to finish 2-2 overall. Del Norte is currently 4-8 as they prepare to begin Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 League play at Fortuna on April 9.
Dave Lee, of Chico, holds one of several steelhead he landed Mar. 19 while fishing the Chetco River with guide Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. Photo courtesy of Andy Martin / Wild Rivers Fishing
Ahh, the Smith. While many coastal rivers will close to steelhead fishing at the end of March, the Smith River is open through the end of April, and even late in the season steelhead anglers are catching plenty of fish.