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Coastal Canine Olympics

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A costume contest is one of several fun events at the Canine Olympics. Del Norte Triplicate file
Humane Society hosts 17th annual event at DN Fairgrounds 

Does your dog have a special trick that only he can do? Can he run so fast he leaves other pooches in the dust? Will he be able to resist temptation — a meatball — long enough to reach the finish line?

Now’s your chance to find out at the Humane Society of Del Norte’s 7th Annual Coastal Canine Olympics on Saturday at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds.


Reversing fortunes against Fortuna

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The Del Norte offense hopes to get back on track after a fast start was tempered by an eight-point performance against St. Bernard’s last week. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Warriors look to snap Huskies’ 12-game winning streak in series during road trip to Fortuna

The Del Norte football team has had Sept. 26 circled on its calendar since practice started this summer.

The Warriors will travel to Fortuna to take on the defending Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 champion Huskies on Friday. They will be looking for the team’s first win over Fortuna since a 31-28 victory in 2008; Del Norte has lost 12 straight games in the series since then.

 


Girls soccer falls 1-0 in close match with Eagles

The Del Norte girls soccer team went toe-to-toe with Eagle Point for 78 minutes on Tuesday before a late goal stuck the Warriors with a 1-0 loss.

“I think both teams were pretty evenly matched,” said head coach Clar Byers. “The play went back-and-forth up and down the field. Both teams had several shots on target and shots wide of the goal for pretty much the entire game.”


Boys soccer shows discipline in 3-0 loss to Eagle Point

The Del Norte boys soccer team got an up-close look at just what head coach David Sanyaolu wants from his players on Tuesday when the Warriors traveled to Eagle Point, eventually losing 3-0.


King of Clubs: Ryder Cup brings out the best in competitors

“I trust that the effect of this match will be to influence a cordial, friendly and peaceful feeling throughout the whole civilized world... I look upon the Royal and Ancient game as being a powerful force that influences the best things in humanity.”

- Samuel Ryder, founder of the Ryder Cup, 1927

Thursday in the world of golf, one of the biggest, if not the biggest, team sporting events in the world today started: the biennial Ryder Cup between Europe and USA. Every two years, Europe and the USA compete for three days in an arrangement of spirited team and single match competitions. 


Strong at the top

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Debie Yang stayed undefeated with a victory in her No. 2 singles match and her No. 1 doubles match with teammate Jordan Babich. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Del Norte gets another strong performance from its top players in close 5-4 loss to NCP 

The close tennis matches continued for Del Norte on Saturday when, for the third match in a row, the Warriors lost by the closest of margins, 5-4, to North Coast Prep Academy.

“We seem to be in a cycle where our top two girls play extremely well and it comes down to a critical match with the No. 2 doubles team,” said head coach Samuel Escobar.


Warriors take 3rd in Anderson

 

Del Norte volleyball teams gets good experience in tough tournament

The Del Norte volleyball team learned a lot about itself at a difficult tournament in Anderson on Friday and Saturday and head coach Debbie Lorenzi liked most of what she saw.


Del Norte Outgunned

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Del Norte running back Matthew Coopman breaks a run to the outside during the first half of the Warriors’ 19-8 loss to St. Bernard’s on Friday. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Offenses struggle to find the end zone until a pair of late Crusader touchdowns sink Del Norte 

After scoring 132 points in its first three games, the Del Norte football team struggled to move the ball against St. Bernard’s in a 19-8 loss to the Crusaders.

The Warriors struck quickly in the game when senior quarterback Steven Maready found running back Chad Bell on a fly route on the team’s first offensive play of the game for a 40-yard touchdown. Junior Austin Healy, normally a wide out, lined up as the quarterback for the two-point conversion and took the ball in himself for the 8-0 lead just 41 seconds into the game.The Warriors will travel to Fortuna next Friday. Both teams enter the game with a 1-0 league record and the winner will grab an early lead in the championship hunt.


Warrior Memories: Mattz was there for DN sports

Each week as I prepare to attend a Warrior athletic contest, no matter what the sport, I can’t help but look back at what I consider the greatest Warrior fan I have known.

While a student at Del Norte, Ray Mattz was an outstanding performer on the football, basketball and baseball venues until he graduated in 1938. I first got to know Ray while I was a student at Crescent Elk and attended Warrior contests at the high school.


Reel Deal: Klamath angling paused during emergency flows

Although the opportunity to take home adult chinook salmon caught in the Lower Klamath River has passed, the salmon fishing is still great, and chinook under 22 inches can still be retained.  But anglers will most likely have to wait for the river to drop back down from emergency Trinity River flows that were started Tuesday.

Fishing for salmon holding in the Chetco River estuary has been pretty slow, but the Lower Rogue River bite has been pretty good, besides a few quiet days during the recent rain.


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