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Sports briefs published May 13, 2014

Lockwood’s season ends in Petaluma

Del Norte sophomore golfer Kobie Lockwood’s season ended on Monday at the North Coast Section Division I Tournament of Champions at the Rooster Run Golf Club in Petaluma on Monday. 


DN Track has 35 qualify at prelims

The Del Norte track and field team went south to Fortuna for the Humboldt-Del Norte Prelims on Friday and qualified 35 kids in 66 different events for the Humboldt-Del Norte Meet of Champions this Friday by finishing in the top eight at the meet. The Warriors also qualified 26 kids in 52 events for the Redwood Empire meet, scheduled for May 24, with a top six finish in the prelims.

“Throughout the years, we have slowly been getting more and more kids eligible for the league championship and for the Redwood Empire,” said Del Norte head coach Samuel Escobar. “That goes back to the fact that we have bigger numbers on the team.”

 


Cody Hoffman: Del Norte’s first in NFL

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Outstanding in high school (pictured), outstanding in college, Hoffman now has a chance to prove himself in the NFL. Triplicate file photo
 Former Warrior joins Redskins

Del Norters that were disappointed not to hear former Del Norte graduate Cody Hoffman’s name called in the 2014 NFL draft on Saturday had reason to celebrate just hours after the draft’s completion.

Hoffman, who played wide receiver at Brigham Young University, announced the next step in his football career via Twitter, saying “I’m taking my talents to Washington D.C. to play for the Redskins!”


DN splits pair with Loggers in Eureka

The Del Norte baseball team got a little bit wet in their rain-soaked doubleheader on Thursday in Eureka, but the Warriors were able to split with the Loggers, winning the first game 9-5 before falling 10-4 in game two.


Middle School Track

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Crescent Elk’s Olivia Stilwell gets out of the blocks quickly on her way to winning the seventh grade 100 meter dash. Stilwell also won the long jump.
 The third and final Del Norte middle school track and field meet of the season took place on Wednesday at Del Norte High School. 


Reel Deal: Ocean halibut open, salmon next week

Ocean anglers from across the region are gearing up for the North Coast’s recreational salmon season opener on Saturday and the opening of the groundfish season next Thursday.


Warrior Memories: Not all great Warriors were coaches or athletes

Any former Warrior athlete that drives down North Bank Road past Ruby VanDeventer Park can’t help but remember all the contributions that this wonderful teacher made to Del Norte High School sports.


Del Norte softball drops 2 in Eureka

The Del Norte softball team had a tough doubleheader in the rain in Eureka on Thursday. The Warriors fell 10-1 in the first game and 8-4 in game two.

“They had a couple of good offensive innings,” said Del Norte head coach Tom Moore. “There is nothing that we did wrong.”


Del Norte High Track: Up and down meet

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The select members of the Del Norte track and field team that made the trip to Grants Pass for the 65th annual Grants Pass Rotary Invitational on Saturday experienced mixed results.


Kobie moves on to NCS ToC

Del Norte sophomore golfer Kobie Lockwood extended his season at least another week with a second place finish at the 2014 North Coast Section Division 2 Championship on Monday at Beau Pre Golf Course in McKinleyville.


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