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Baseball: Del Norte falls 6-4, 4-0 to Panthers

The Del Norte baseball team fell behind early once again and played from behind all day in a doubleheader in McKinleyville on Friday.

The Warriors fell 6-4 and 4-0 in the two games as McKinleyville completed a three-game sweep of Del Norte, which it started with a 9-4 win on Wednesday. 

DN track hosts prelims today

The Del Norte track and field team will play host to the Humboldt-Del Norte County Prelims today beginning at noon with the field events; running events kick off at 1 p.m.

Warrior golf heads to Santa Rosa

The Del Norte boys golf team is heading to Oakmont West Golf Course in Santa Rosa on Monday to compete in the North Coast Section Division II meet.

Victorious in battle for the North State

The West Coast Storm, made up of sixth- and seventh-graders from Smith River, Crescent Elk, Redwood and one from Azalea (in Brookings), won their fi rst tournament championship of the season in Redding with a dramatic comeback in the seventh-grade championship game. Back row (from left): Head coach Dylan Ridgley, Joel Gruden, Levi Cooley, Rocky Cooley, Chase Webster, coach Billy Hartwick and Judson Pinsombe. Front row: Storm fan Jamey Ridgley, John Hogan, Justin Hartwick, Peyton Swan, Colson Ridgley, Elvin Chavarin, Mike Germain, AJ Hernandez and Storm fan Courtney Ridgley. Photo submitted
Four Del Norte teams headed to Battle in Redding over weekend, two return as champions

Four AAU basketball teams from Del Norte County were in action over the weekend in Redding at the Battle for the North State tournament, and half of them came away from the weekend with championship trophies in hand.

The West Coast Storm, a team of sixth- and seventh-graders from Del Norte with a player from Brookings, improved its overall record to 5-3 this season with a seventh grade championship.

The Storm capped off the tournament with a come-from-behind overtime victory in the championship game. Down by 13 points at halftime to a much larger team called the War Chiefs, made up of players from McKinleyville and Arcata, the Storm pulled things together in the second half.

King of Clubs: Golfing in the dusk of twilight

For as long as I can remember, golf clubs around the country have been organizing inter-club matches during the evening hours of their operations.

People of all playing abilities join these leagues and come together with their friends and family to be social and play the game they all enjoy.

These leagues are convenient for the working person. Starting normally around 4 p.m., players can come out after a long day at the office and enjoy a friendly, low key competition.

The golf course comes alive right before sunset. Birds start settling into their nests, the wind calms and the colors of the landscape seem to deepen.

Golf during the evening hours — there is no better time.

Boys golf takes 3rd in non-league meet

The Del Norte boys golf team took an unscheduled trip to Medford on Wednesday to compete against about 15 teams in the Centennial Tournament.

The Warriors, who are in commanding position to win the Humboldt-Del Norte this year, finished third overall. Del Norte’s top golfer, Kobe Lockwood, finished with the lowest individual score of the day by two strokes with a 72.

Brennan Thornton shot 84 for Del Norte; Cameron Schultz shot 87; Ben Slayton finished with 88, and Taylor Westbrook shot 92 to round out the team score of 423.

Warrior baseball, softball rained out

The Del Norte baseball and softball teams each had their scheduled doubleheaders against Fortuna canceled on Wednesday due to rain in the morning. A rescheduled date for the games was not available on Wednesday.

Both the Warrior teams will be back in action in Fortuna for a single game on Saturday.

Del Norte Youth Wrestling: Outstanding warriors

Jenny Schaad turns her opponent to his back on her way to a fourth place finish at Del Norteís home tournament. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Del Norte Youth Wrestling program puts 65 kids on mat at home tournament, win 17 titles

The Del Norte Youth Wrestling program had its largest roster of the season for its home tournament on Saturday, and they turned those extra numbers into extra wins with a season-high 17 champions. The Warriors also captured the outstanding wrestler award in five of the seven age groups.

“Overall we had a good tournament,” said Del Norte Youth Wrestling President Clinton Schaad. “We had quite a few first place finishers. It was a good tournament for everybody. We not only had a good turnout from participants, but we saw people from the community show up and it is always fun to have new faces show up to cheer the kids on.”

The Warriors’ 17 bracket winners were four more than their previous high of 13 at the first tournament of the year in Eureka. Unfortunately, not all of the winners were on the 10-kid roster submitted by the coaches for team scores. Del Norte ended up finishing in second place in team scores by one point.

Lewis bros switch to Greco for more state titles

Thunder, Wyatt each win the second leg in their quest for a California USAW triple crown

One week after wrapping up their lengthy folkstyle wrestling season, brothers Thunder, 8, and Wyatt, 7, of Smith River were back in Fresno competing for another USA Wrestling California State Championship, this time in Greco-Roman style.

While folkstyle wrestling is the style used in high schools and colleges across the U.S., Greco and freestyle wrestling are the more popular styles worldwide and together make up the wrestling portion of the Olympics. Greco wrestling is unique in that all holds must be above the waist. That causes wrestlers to engage each other standing up and results in more throws.

“It is fun. It is a unique way to approach the match,” said Josh Lewis, Thunder and Wyatt’s father, who also coaches the duo. “My boys are both leg attackers, but they are both strong and were able to win using their upper body. It is fun to watch.”

Warrior softball rolls in Oregon

The Del Norte softball team traveled to Oregon for a non-league matchup with Hidden Valley in order to make up for some rained out games earlier in the season.

The Warriors jumped out in front in the first inning and piled on to their lead late in a 14-3 victory to improve to 11-2 overall this season.

Freshman Kaleya Sanchez started off the game with a one-out single followed by sophomore Payten Healy reaching base on an error in the top of the first inning. Both girls came around to score to give Del Norte a 2-0 lead.

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