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Colson Turner works for the pin en route to his 2015 Champion and Outstanding Junior Wrestler titles this weekend in Eureka. Submitted
Del Norte brings home 3 ‘Outstanding Wrestler’ titles along with REWA team championship
  

Del Norte’s youth wrestlers capped off a perfect season this weekend at the Redwood Empire Wrestling Association Championships in Eureka, bringing home the team championship for the third straight year.

“It was a very successful weekend,” head coach Clinton Schaad said Monday. “We were able to win every team title this year.” 

With three athletes, 8-year-old Colton Schaad (bantam), 10-year-old Eddie Hartwick (intermediate) and high school wrestler Colson Turner (junior division) named the Outstanding Wrestler for their respective divisions and a pile of indiviual champions to boot, Schaad had plenty to be pumped up about.


AAU 7th-graders score 2nd tourney win

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The seventh-grade Lady Warriors AAU hoopsters let their goofy sides show in a post-championship photo at the Battle for the North State in Redding. Submitted
Lady Warriors beat 5 teams to claim ‘Battle for the North State’ title
 

The seventh-grade Lady Warriors AAU basketball team emerged triumphant once again this weekend during their first trip to the Battle for the North State AAU tournament in Redding.

After defeating Nor Cal Venom 48-40 Saturday morning, the Crescent City girls cruised to a second win over Shasta Magic, 43-23, that afternoon. With three games on Sunday, the Lady Warriors had their work cut out for them, and coach Preston Rafalowski says he and co-coach Justin Clifton couldn’t be prouder of their young players. 

 


Track and field: Warriors fly high

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Aaron Young hops hurdles at a meet earlier this season. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte track and field team swept through its second league meet in a row on Wednesday as both the boys varsity and junior varsity, along with the girls varsity teams, all finished comfortably in first place in their respective divisions in Fortuna.

The Del Norte boys scored 138 team points to beat second-place Fortuna by 21.5 points. The girls scored 167 points for a 46-point advantage over second-place Arcata. The boys JV nearly doubled up second place with 145 points to win by 77.

 


HDN golf three-peat for Kobie Lockwood

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Kobie Lockwood lines up a putt at the Del Norte Golf Club earlier this month. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Junior Kobie Lockwood once again turned in a winning individual performance Thursday in the Humboldt-Del Norte league championships at Eureka Municipal Golf Course.

Lockwood bested his nearest competitor, McKinleyville’s Kyle Wolf, by five strokes to finish with a 69. Eureka’s Logan Olson turned in a 77 for third place and St. Bernard’s Josh Holmes finished fourth with a 79.


Youth wrestlers gear up to grapple at championships

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Del Norte Youth Wrestling heads to the Redwood Empire Wrestling Association Championships today in Eureka. Submitted
The Del Norte Youth Wrestling program has a lot of momentum as it prepares for the Redwood Empire Wrestling Association (REWA) Championships at Eureka High School Saturday.

The REWA Championships includes teams from Del Norte, Arcata, McKinleyville, Ferndale, Hoopa, and two teams from Eureka.

Each of the seven teams hosts a tournament each year, and the Warriors have proven to be the class of REWA so far this year. Del Norte has already been to six tournaments this year. Half of those tournaments — Del Norte, Arcata and Eureka (Loggers) — have kept track of team scores and the Warriors have come out on top in all three.

 


Warrior Memories: First soccer champions took field in 1995

When you look at the Warrior sports program, the last sport added to the boys’ schedule is soccer. This might seem a little strange since soccer is the most popular sport in the world. The first Warrior soccer team took the field when the 1981-82 school year started. Competing locally with football for players, it took the program several years to really become competitive. 

When the 1994 season rolled around, you could tell good things were coming. The team, coached by Dan Gonzalez and assisted by George Hartman, posted a successful 10-win, five-loss, one-tie record. This team had most of their players returning, and Coach Gonzalez really looked forward to an amazing 1995 season. He was right: Coach Gonzalez said the 1995 season was a dream
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Reel Deal: Waiting for May

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Mike Angell of Klamath Falls holds a hatchery spring salmon caught April 17 on the lower Rogue River while fishing with guide Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. The springer hit an anchovy fished with a G.Loomis salmon rod. The ocean salmon season kicks off on Friday, May 1. Photo courtesy of Andy Martin / Wild River Fishing
Slow fishing in the area has anglers waiting for opening of the ocean salmon season on May 1

Fishing on the Wild Rivers Coast has slowed to a crawl over the last week. With the steelhead largely moving on from the Smith River and choppy ocean conditions keeping sport anglers out of Brookings Harbor, the only thing left for local anglers to do has been to prepare for the ocean salmon season, which kicks off next week.

Brookings Harbor

While lingcod and rockfishing have been strong out of Brookings all spring, but strong winds and choppy seas have kept most sport fishing vessels at the docks early this week. Swells predicted to reach 10 or 11 feet on Friday will likely keep anglers off the ocean through the weekend.


DN baseball shows leadership during split in Arcata

Warriors win 4-1, fall 6-2 in doubleheader with Tigers on Friday 

The Del Norte baseball team turned things around dramatically last week.

After falling 15-1 at home to Arcata on Wednesday, the Warriors made the trip south to take on the Tigers again in a doubleheader on Friday. Head coach Travis Johnson blamed a lack of effort and desire for the rout on Wednesday, but on Friday he saw a whole different team during Del Norte’s 4-1 win and 6 -2 loss to split the doubleheader.


Del Norte track fares well at Prefontaine

Bell finishes first in two events; 4x100 relay teams both take second 

The 15th Prefontaine Rotary Invitational is the biggest and most competitive track meet that the Del Norte track and field team will compete at during the regular season and the Warriors pulled through with some impressive performances to finish among the leaders at the 30-team meet.

The Warriors took 24 of their top athletes to Coos Bay, and head coach Samuel Escobar said the trip was well worth it.


DN boxer draws in first fight in Trinidad

It was a rude introduction to the sport of boxing for local fighter Sam Nunes, who trains with Warrior MMA.

In Nunes’ first official boxing match he caught a hard punch in the first round and was knocked down. Nunes was able to rebound from the tough start to earn a draw.

“I think (Hullance’s) plan was to come out and knock him out,” said Warrior MMA coach Ron Otremba. “It being Nunes’ first fight, he just kind of stood there and got hit. After that he realized he was in a fight. He pretty much controlled the fight after that.”


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