Taylor rolls another perfect game
For the second time in over a month, local Farmer’s Insurance Agent Adam Taylor rolled a perfect score of 300 at Tsunami Lanes.
When Taylor bowled a perfect game on March 7, he said he became the center of attention, with everybody in the bowling alley watching and cheering him on. This time around things went a little bit differently.
“I was playing off to the side and I don’t think more than a handful of people knew I was doing it until it was over,” Taylor said. “Afterwards there were a few people that congratulated me, but they were all like, ‘You are doing it again?’”
Taylor has bowled a total of 3 perfect games in his life. The first took place in Brookings about 12 years ago, Taylor estimated.
DN golf heads to Eureka for final meet
The Del Norte boys golf regular season is coming to a close today in the final Humboldt-Del Norte meet of the season at the Eureka Muni Golf Course beginning at 11 a.m.
Del Norte is coming off of its first overall team win of the season when the Warriors took first place at the Del Norte Golf Course on April 14 with a team score of 428.
The Warriors’ top golfer, sophomore Kobie Lockwood, has a chance to complete an undefeated regular season with an individual win in Eureka. Lockwood is the defending HDN individual conference champion and is in a strong position to repeat this year. Lockwood leads Eureka’s Logan Olsen by 25 strokes and Aaron Russell, also from Eureka, by 26 strokes.
Youth wrestling takes 3rd in Eureka
The Del Norte youth wrestling program was back in action over Easter weekend, sending 16 wrestlers to Eureka on Saturday.
The Warriors had 13 kids finish in the top three places, helping Del Norte finish third overall in the team standings.
The Warriors got first-place finishes from Brandon Charles, 10; Sherrick Cron, 13; Josh Eneim, 6; Robert Reyes-Villgas, 5; and Zane Ridenour.
Finishing in second place for Del Norte was James Gensaw, 7, and Colton Schaad, 6.
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The Warriors will be back in action this Saturday in Hoopa.