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In the groove at the Grove

From left, Crescent City’s Isaac Blundell, Susan Roberts, Linda Blundell and Megan Abel won their age divisions at the Rolf Prima Tri at the Grove. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Six local triathletes competed at Cottage Grove; four triumphed in their age groups

With six athletes making the 3½-hour trip to Cottage Grove, Oregon, for Saturday’s Rolf Prima Tri at the Grove, the Crescent City contingent was just a small portion of the 324 athletes who came to compete the event that Triathlete Magazine’s editors dubbed one of the best 22 triathlons in the United States.

DNHS physicals and concussion tests

Students at Del Norte High School planning to participate in an athletic program this fall have an opportunity to complete their physical and concussion baseline testing this week as the first practices of the year inch closer.

Reel Deal, throwback edition: Salmon still elusive, groundfish bite steady

Dan Gray, of Crescent City, cautiously holds a monster lingcod he caught Friday out of Crescent City Harbor fi shing with Jim Mitchell of Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips. Photo courtesy of Jim Mitchell / Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips
 Sport crab season ends next Thursday

Editor's note: This week we decided to give Triplicate correspondent Adam Spencer another crack at his brainchild — Reel Deal. Spencer created the column from scratch as a Triplicate staff writer in 2012 and has since passed on the torch to sports editor Michael Zogg. 

With ocean temperatures hovering at a level a little higher this summer than salmon prefer, the celebrated pink meat has been hard to come by this season.

Warrior Memories: Greg joins Tex in DN Hall of Fame

This year 1965 graduate Greg Gatlin joins his dad in the Del Norte Athletic Hall of Fame. Greg is the son of former Warrior coach Tex Gatlin, who coached football and basketball for many years. While at Del Norte, Greg was an outstanding football, basketball and baseball player.

Going for gold

Gianna Taylor, 10, soon to be a fi fth-grader at Redwood Elementary, shows off the three medals she won at the regional track meet in Portland, Oregon, on July 9. By fi nishing in the top fi ve in regionals in all three of her events, Taylor qualifi ed for the national championships next week. Submitted
 Local 10-year-old heads to Jacksonville, Florida, to compete in 3 events at the Junior Olympics

Gianna Taylor was 8 years old when her father, Wes Taylor, first really took notice of how athletic his daughter was.

Women’s Golf Club looking for members

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Slow pitch paradise at Pyke's Field

Northwood’s Allen Winogradov crawls about 6 feet to  rst base, where he was able to tag the bag for an out. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
 Four teams survived unscathed heading into the third week of the Recreation Department’s slowpitch men’s league games on Monday. Newton’s Clean Sweep / R&R led the pack at 4-0 and had a bye on Monday. Baby D’s Lazers met up with the Old Dogs in a battle of the unbeatens.

DN cross country starts up Aug. 17

The boys and girls cross country programs plan to kick off practice for the 2015 fall season on Aug. 17 at 3:30 p.m. at the track at Del Norte High School.

Crescent City Triathlon on Aug. 16

The date for the 31st Annual Crescent City Triathlon has been set for Sunday, Aug. 16, kicking off at the Fred Endert Community Pool.

Reel Deal: Wind roughs up ocean anglers

David and Tracy Duarte of Redding hold limits of lingcod caught July 12 out of the Port of Brookings with guide Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. Photo courtesy of Andy Martin / Wild Rivers Fishing
 Bottom fish plentiful near harbor while salmon still elusive; halibut closes Wednesday

Fishing was good early in the week on the Wild Rivers coast but stiff winds began picking up Tuesday afternoon and kept many anglers off the ocean out of Crescent City. Sportfishermen out of Brookings Harbor were able to fi sh a few protected areas for rockfish, but were largely kept out of deeper waters. The big news of the week, however, comes from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, which announced a blanket prohibition on fi shing in rivers from 2 p.m. until an hour before sundown.

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