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Huskies steal pair from Del Norte baseball

Del Norteís Landon McAlexander reaches for a pick-off throw of a Huskies baserunner during the first game of a doubleheader Saturday. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The Del Norte baseball team played 15 innings at Three Amigos Field in a non-league doubleheader against Fortuna and held a lead at the end of 10 of them. The Huskies grabbed the lead when it mattered most, however, escaping Del Norte with 7-6 (eight innings) and 9-5 victories over the Warriors Saturday.

“We led the both games up until the top of the sixth inning,” said Del Norte head coach Travis Johnson. “We just quit scoring runs and they kept chipping away. We had a few blunders, too.”

Warrior softball steps up on day two in Cloverdale

The Del Norte softball team turned things around in Cloverdale on Saturday.

The Warriors fell 17-2 to St. Joseph’s on Friday, but Del Norte looked like a different team on Saturday as they blew past College Prep (Oakland) 21-2 and beat McKinleyville 5-2 to capture the consolation championship game.

Del Norte outclassed College Prep, who is still struggling to replace eight seniors from last year’s team, Lorenzi said. Sophomore Brook Nolan got her first start on the mound for the Warriors and pitched all five innings, giving up just two hits and no walks in the win.

Warriors run at Panther Relays

The Del Norte track and field team was left shorthanded on Saturday at the Panther Relays, but the Warriors were able to grab four first place finishes and three more runner-up finshes in McKinleyville.

The relays had to be rescheduled this year due to rain, but about half of the Del Norte athletes, along with their head coach, had prior commitments scheduled for what was supposed to be a rare off weekend for the team.

Dn baseball starts season with a win

The Del Norte baseball team gave up a run in the top of the first inning but that was all Gold Beach could muster in the season opener at Three Amigos Field. The Warriors tied the game up in the bottom half of the inning and scored in every frame to pull away for an 11-1 win in five innings by the mercy rule.

“It was the first game, so we just wanted to get the kids some playing time, get some jitters out of the way, and move kids around a lot,” said Del Norte head coach Travis Johnson. “We got to see a lot today.”

Warrior softball dominates Gold Beach 11-1

The Del Norte softball team got one in the win column in its second outing of the season with an 11-1 victory over Gold Beach in a five inning game shortened by the mercy rule.

Early errors derailed the Warriors in their first game of the season against Crater on Tuesday. Once again the Del Norte defense was a little shaky coming out of the gate, committing two errors that led to an unearned run, but the Warriors defense rebounded to play error-free softball the rest of the way. 

Boys golf takes 2nd place at Beau Pre

The Del Norte boys golf team continued its strong start to the 2016 season with a second-place team finish at Beau Pre Golf Course in McKinleyville on Thursday.

The Warriors finished 13 strokes behind the home team, McKinleyville, in the team standings but Del Norte maintained its place atop the season standings with an 11-stroke cushion over the Panthers.

Tennis tops McKinleyville for first win of season

The Del Norte boys tennis team could have relied on its superior numbers to beat McKinleyville for its first meet win of the season on Saturday. The Panthers have just two players and therefore were forced to forfeit the No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5 singles matches as well as the No. 2 doubles match.

The forfeits alone assured the Warriors of their first team win of the season, but Del Norte also won its first matches of the season with sophomores Rickesh Khilnani and Rylee Weaver winning the No. 1 and No. 2 singles matches, respectively.

Warrior Memories: Teammates made the 1950 baseball season my favorite Warrior memory

I was once asked what was my favorite season as a Warrior. I have never had a hard time answering.

While football may be my all-time favorite sport, baseball was always a close second. My answer to that question will always be the 1950 baseball season.

It was a great year. We went undefeated to win our second league championship in a row. What made it really memorable was that the teammates I had on that team were so special. One of those was senior Louie Fowler.

Warrior youth wrestling kicks off in Eureka

The Del Norte Youth Wrestling program kicked off its season on Saturday in Eureka. Of the record 93 kids that signed up for the 2016 season, 57 made the trip south. Last year just 42 kids signed up for the squad.

The Warriors came home  from Eureka with 13 first-place finishes and 14 runners up in a successful first weekend.

Warriors sweep Icebreaker

The Del Norte track and field team kicked off its season at the Brookings-Harbor Icebreaker on Tuesday and once again proved to be the top program at the small meet.

Competing against Brookings-Harbor, Pacific, Mrytle Point and Gold Beach (the girls field also included Castle Rock), the Warriors rolled to an 80-point win in the boys standings with 190 team points. The girls dominated as well with 231 team points for a 109-point cushion over second place.

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