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Farm team wins DNLL baseballís 1st District 8 title

Del Norte will have its first male representatives at the Oregon Little League State Tournament this year.

Del Norte moved to Oregon’s District 8 several years ago, and the Warriors had a softball team win the district to advance to state, but this year’s Del Norte Farm League All Star team won the first district title for the boys — and they did it in dominating fashion.


Reel Deal: Salmon biting out of Brookings

The June salmon season is reportedly producing a few fish out of Crescent City, but anglers in Brookings have been having even more luck hauling in the pink meat this week.

Crescent City sportfishermen hoping to nab some salmon during the June opening may be out of luck due to heavy winds that will likely keep boats off the ocean throughout next week. The salmon season on the Northern California coast will close on Thursday, with the halibut season opening back up for a couple weeks on July 1.


Warrior softball trio honored

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Senior first baseman Regin Loftin was the oldest and most experienced player on the team this year and she provided needed leadership for the young team. Del Norte Triplicate file photo / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte softball team was awarded three Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 white stars, and three honorable mention selections after wrapping up league play in second place with a 9-3 record.

Although shortstop Payten Healy, firstbaseman Regin Loftin, and catcher Tvshiina Jacobs all received white stars for their efforts this season, head coach Pablo Lorenzi said he felt that everybody on the team this year played a pivotal role in the team’s success.


Give It A Tri: Triathlon is a head game, find your motivation to reach the finish

“The fight is won or lost far away from witnesses — behind the lines, in the gym, and out there on the road, long before I dance under those lights.”  – Muhammad Ali

This is your challenge:  Make that move and take on the Aug. 21 triathlon or duathlon.  The force is with you — force yourself.

 

The 32nd Annual Crescent City Triathlon/Duathlon is for individual adults and for relay teams, with a kids triathlon for ages 5-12. But first, why even do it?  What is your motivation?


Unique swim meet

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Kirk Shellard swims the butterfly leg of the medley relay at the All Comers Swim Meet at Fred Endert Municipal Pool on Sunday. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Fred Endert Municipal Pool’s week-long birthday bash wrapped up on Sunday with the All Comers Swim Meet, drawing 37 participants ages 6 to 72, and a crowd of roughly 15 additional fans.

The meet, organized by Promote Our Pool with the support of the Crescent City Sharks Swim Club and the Wild Rivers Masters Swim Club, was another chance to bring people together at the local water-hole.


Warrior Memories: Melloís gridiron lesson

When I visit the local museum I always enjoy looking at the old red and white blanket that used to hang in the old Warrior gym, which is the rec. gym now. One of the names on that blanket taught me a real football lesson.

Toby Mello’s name appears there for the 1946 football season. In 1945, football was brought back to Del Norte after being dropped for a period of time during WWII. Toby was a standout fullback and defensive lineman on that team. He was a big lad of about 6’2” and weighing about 230. That was big in those days.


Del Norte youth freestyle in Fresno

One of the biggest kids freestyle wrestling tournaments in the state took place in Fresno over the weekend, and 13 Del Norte athletes competed for a coveted California USA Wrestling Kids Freestyle state championship.

The Smith River duo of Thunder and Wyatt Lewis continued their decorated 2016 season by completing a triple crown, after previously winning the CAUSA folkstyle and Greco-Roman state titles this year.


Reel Deal: Halibut still hard to come by despite calm ocean conditions

The weather on the ocean late in the week was about as good as it has been all season, and sportfishermen were able to take advantage, with several halibut caught out of Crescent City Thursday. Up in Oregon, anglers also had some decent luck targeting salmon out of Brookings on Thursday. Although conditions remained good through Friday, both the halibut fishing in California and salmon fishing in Oregon reportedly slowed down significantly.

Winds are expected to pick up on the ocean over the weekend, stretching into early next week, making ocean fishing difficult until at least Tuesday.


DN Youth football, cheer sign-ups today

Del Norte Youth Football and Cheer will be holding sign-ups on Saturday at Mary Peacock Elementary School, located at 1720 Arlington Drive, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The cost to sign up is $135 per child. Credit and debit cards are accepted. All players must provide two acceptable proofs of address. New players must bring a copy of their birth certificate and show the original.

For more information visit DNYF.org or visit the Del Norte Youth Football Facebook page.


Reel Deal: Halibut are finally here

The start of the second halibut opening in California has been more successful for anglers than the first, with several of the hefty fish reportedly hauled in since the season re-opened on Wednesday. The salmon season also reportedly finished relatively strong by the time the season closed Tuesday after a fairly slow start in mid-May.

Rockfish have remained plentiful in the area, while numbers of lingcod seem to be slowly increasing.

Meanwhile, fishing on the Klamath River is starting to produce some salmon, though only a few per day.


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