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Sports briefs Oct. 29, 2013

Hoffman sets BYU school records 

Ex-Warrior Cody Hoffman has become the most prolific wide reciever in school history at Brigham Young University.

Hoffman, a 2008 graduate of Del Norte High School, caught his 31st career touchdown pass Saturday against Boise State, moving past Austin Collie in the school record books. The record-setting touchdown pass came from Cougar quarterback Taysom Hill from four yards out to give BYU a 24-3 lead just before halftime.

It was the second week in a row that Hoffman broke a school record. He passed Dennis Pitta’s career mark of 221 receptions in last week’s game against Houston. Hoffman currently has 232 catches.

And he’s closing in on yet another record — total receiving yards. He’s just 13 yards shy of Collie’s career total of 3,255.

Volleyball senior night on Wed.

The Del Norte volleyball team’s last home game of the season will take place on Wednesday against Eureka. It will be senior night for the Warriors.

The match was originally scheduled for Thursday but was moved ahead so the girls could have Halloween off.

Haban wins 2013 DNGC Club title

James Haban won the 2013 Del Norte Golf Course Club Championship on Friday, Oct. 25. Haban edged out Gary Parkhurst 8 to 6 at the Del Norte Golf Course to capture the title.

Homecoming game on Channel 4

Del Norte’s 2013 homecoming football game against Eureka will be televised nightly beginning on Wednesday.

The game will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Charter Cable Channel 4.

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