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Boys soccer shows grit in 2-1 victory

The Del Norte boys soccer team got all that they could handle from South Fork on Wednesday, but the Warriors were able to come through with a second-half goal for a 2-1 win.

“We didn’t really connect,” said head coach David Sanyaolu. “Our passes were not accurate and we struggled for most of the game. It was our grit and determination that allowed us to get the result.”


Warrior football ready for Eureka

The Del Norte football team is rested and ready to get back out onto the gridiron for a Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 conference showdown in Eureka Friday. The Warriors are coming off a much-needed bye week in which they have seen their numbers swell from 21 active players to 24.

“We have gotten a little more healthy; we have gotten a couple players back and the kids have been playing well,” Rook said. “I have been using the word ‘inspired’ for about a week now. They seem to be ready to accept the challenge and each practice seems to get a little better. We have been off long enough now and I think we are ready to go play.”


Volleyball tops Fortuna, travels to Arcata

 

Warriors beat Huskies 3-0; a win in Arcata would bring team to cusp of repeat 

The Del Norte volleyball team kept its perfect-match streak alive in Fortuna with another 3-0 (25-15, 25-15, 25-16) sweep of the Huskies on Tuesday. The Warriors are now 5-0 in Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 and have yet to lose a set in league play.


3-D golf is fun for all, even the pros

A few years ago, in the early part of 2010, my golf travels took me to San Diego. I was scheduled to play in a qualifying event for the 2010 PGA Buick Open, now called the Farmer Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, 

Weather delayed our tee times to the Tuesday after. So some friends and I decided to find something to kill the time and get our minds off the qualifying. We somehow ended up at Del Mar Fairgrounds just north of San Diego.


Tennis turns attention to HDN singles meet

The Del Norte tennis team was in Fortuna on Saturday for one of its final regular season meets of the season and will return this Saturday for the Humboldt-Del Norte singles championships.

The Warriors fell 2-7 to the Huskies last weekend while missing a couple of key players. Del Norte was without its regular No. 3 and No. 4 singles players. 


Del Norte stays sharp, perfect in HDN

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Freshman middle blocker Clair Smith rises up to pressure the Eureka hitter in the Warriors’ 3-0 (25-10, 25-16, 25-17) win Thursday. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
At halfway point of Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 play, Warriors have yet to lose a set 

The Del Norte volleyball team continued to click on Thursday night as the Warriors won their sixth match in a row with a 3-0 (25-10, 25-16, 25-17) victory over Eureka on Thursday.


Girls golf finishes regular season in fourth place

Fitzhugh 3rd, Dana 13th in final HDN individual standings 

The Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 girls golf regular season came to an end on Thursday; with the seventh and final league meet of the year in McKinleyville at the Beau Pre Golf Course.

Del Norte’s top golfer Siera Fitzhugh shot her highest score of the season with a 99 to finish fifth individually. 


Warrior Memories: Durham has always been a special Warrior

As I attend volleyball games being played by another great group of Warrior girls, it is fun to reflect on some of the outstanding young girls that have given Warrior fans so much to cheer about over the years — and there have been many.


Warriors get some rest after injury-plagued start

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Austin Healy and the Del Norte football team are off to a 5-2 start and are currently alone in first place at 4-0 in HDN play. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The first seven weeks of the regular season have been full of attrition for the Del Norte football team, but the Warriors finally had a chance to reverse that trend with a bye week last week before traveling to Eureka on Friday, Oct. 24.

“I would probably say that the biggest key for us during the bye week is getting healthy,” Rook said. “Giving some players a chance to heal both mentally and physically I think is very important. We are were able to do that this week.”


Tennis reschedules DN senior night

The Del Norte girls tennis team had to reschedule its senior night plans on Tuesday when their final home match of the season against North Coast Prep was postponed due to rain.


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