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Redwood trophies set for silent auction on June 2

Redwood Elementary is looking to clear out some storage space this summer, but rather than throw away between 150 and 200 trophies won by the school since 1975, the Athletic Department has decided to hold a silent auction 6–7 p.m. June 2 in the multipurpose room to redistribute the awards to those who helped earn them. The minimum bid is $2. All proceeds from the event will go back into the athletic department.


Warrior softball wins on walk off

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Shortstop Payten Healy steps on second base and attempts to turn two in the third inning of Del Norte’s 6-5 win over Justin-Siena Wednesday. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte softball team overcame a three-run deficit at home against Justin-Siena Wednesday, capping the rally with a walk-off single by Brook Nolan in the bottom of the seventh inning to send the Warriors on to the second round of the North Coast Section Division IV playoffs.

The Warriors let an early 2-0 lead slip through their fingers due to some spotty defense, but Del Norte made the plays down the stretch to rebound from the miscues.


DN track headed to Meet of Champions

The Del Norte track and field team keeps getting smaller as the postseason meets get bigger, but the Warriors will still have a contingent of six athletes competing in seven events on Friday and Saturday at UC Berkeley’s Edwards Stadium.


Del Norte Little League standings (May 21)

Major Baseball

Mike Dixon Logging 10 1

Cholwell Benz and Hartwick 6 5

De Solenni Law Office 3 8

Life Fitness Center 3 8

Player of  the Week: Anthony Hernandez, Cholwell Benz and Hartwick


Record set on rough course

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A total of 13 paddlers braved the bumpy conditions on Saturday at the Noll Paddle Festival to complete the 5-mile course starting near Whaler’s Island and ending up on Garth’s Beach. James Bavin (below) repeated as the overall champion, setting a new course record in the process. ABOVE: Jude Hayden (left) is congratulated by his father Josh and Beverly Noll after battling through the kids course at Garth’s Beach. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The second annual Noll Paddle Festival was considerably more bumpy than the first, but despite the conditions returning overall champion James Bavin of Arcata  was able to defend his fastest time overall, shaving over two minutes off of the course record that he set in 2015, setting the mark at 55:40.

“This was definitely a brutal paddle for these guys,” said event organizer Rhyn Noll. “They are all extremely tough for banging that one out. It was really rough over there by the lighthouse and then once we got over here to (Pebble Beach) it started to calm down a little bit.”


Throwers impress at Redwood Empire

The Del Norte throwers were a force to be reckoned with at the Redwood Empire track and field meet on Saturday.

The Warriors hurlers proved to be the class of the entire Redwood Empire,
winning three of the four throwing events between the boys and girls and finishing as the runner-up in the other event.


Warriors host Justin-Siena in NCS softball first round

The Del Norte softball team gets anther home game this year.

The Warriors received the No. 8 seed in the North Coast Section Division IV playoffs when the brackets were announced on Sunday. They will host No. 9 Justin-Siena in the first round on Wednesday starting at 4 p.m.


Level of competition takes a big jump on track in Santa Rosa

The Del Norte track and field team has narrowed its ranks to the top 20 athletes as they headed south Friday to compete in the Redwood Empire meet at Piner High School in Santa Rosa today.

There are a total of 11 Del Norte girls competing in 19 events at the team’s biggest meet of the year while nine boys will compete in 17 events.


Reel Deal: Weather quells start to salmon season

Salmon and bottomfishing season is finally here in Del Norte, but other than some prime rockfish bite on Sunday, poor conditions have largely spoiled the party for ocean anglers, especially those hoping to snag some salmon when the season opened on Monday.

The forecast doesn’t look great for today, but Sunday may be your best bet to get out and search for some early ocean salmon in California. The salmon season opens May 28 in Oregon. 


Warrior softball falls in HDN semifinals

ARCATA — The Del Norte softball team struggled to score runs in the Humboldt-Del Norte Tournament semifinals against St. Bernard’s on Wednesday. The Crusaders took advantage of a big  fifth-inning rally to beat the Warriors 5-1, advancing to play Fortuna in the championship game on Saturday.

Head coach Pablo Lorenzi said he felt like the team was still having trouble focusing mentally after picking up an exciting 2-1 victory over previously undefeated Fortuna in the regular season finale.


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