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Tigers too much for Del Norte

Senior captain Regin Loftin played her last regular season volleyball game in Thunen Gym on Tuesday, a 3-0 loss to Arcata. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
On Tuesday, Thunen Gym hosted a volleyball game between a pair of two-time defending Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 league champions in a battle to decide whether Del Norte could grab a share of its third straight title, or if Arcata could pull away for sole possession of the crown. The Tigers managed to stay undefeated in league play with a 3-0 (25-15, 25-13, 25-17) win to wrap up the league title with one regular season game left to play.

“For the last three years it has been a battle between us and them. We tied for the league championship for two years in a row and it has been fun,” said Del Norte assistant coach Pablo Lorenzi. “When these two teams play, it is good action. Even today when we were getting beat like we did, it was good action. You can’t complain about that. Somebody has got to win and somebody has to lose.”

Girls soccer says goodbye to leaders

Sophomore defender Adrianna Aris-Chaves dribbles the ball out of trouble in the first half of the Warriors 3-0 loss to Fortuna. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The Del Norte girls soccer team’s season came to a close on Wednesday with a 3-0 loss to Fortuna.

The Warriors surrendered a goal midway through the first half in the 18th minute. Fortuna found the back of the net again in the 67th minute and scored its final goal four minutes later on a controversial goal in which the Huskies forward appeared to kick the ball out of Warrior keeper Samantha Alanis’ hands.

Volleyball games on “Warrior Sports”

The Del Norte volleyball programs junior varsity and varsity teams are both being featured on “Warrior Sports with Donnie Mattz” this week. The Warriors recent matchup against Fortuna is being played nightly at 7:30 p.m. on Charter Cable channel 4.

Warrior cross country home at last

Karlie Scott ran the cross country course at the Del Norte Golf Course on Tuesday in a time of 19:30 for a sixth place finish. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte cross country team wrapped up its season on Wednesday with its only home meet of the season at the Del Norte Golf Course.

The Warriors home meet was run a little bit differently than the other Humboldt-Del Norte league meets so far. 

“I like running at home,” said junior Graeson Cameron. “We know the course pretty well and we don’t have to travel anywhere. It is a nice change of pace.”

Warrior boys soccer fall to top team in the HDN

Del Norte senior keeper Joey Godla makes a diving save. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
The Del Norte boys soccer team struggled to keep pace with the top team in the league in its regular season finale Wedneday against Fortuna. The Huskies scored three goals apiece in the first and second halves for a 6-0 victory.

“We knew coming in that we would be playing against the best team in the league,” said Del Norte head coach David Sanyaolu. “I tried to psych them up before the game. I told them it is 11-on-11 and we have to go out there and do something with the ball when we get it. I think they did, even though the opposition was just too good and they controled the ball.”

Grudge match against Eureka

Although the Eureka football team has struggled to a 2-6 record this season, something about the Loggers always seems to get Del Norte fired up.

“They lost to Fortuna and they beat McKinleyville, so they are right in the same place as us,” said Del Norte head coach Lewis Nova. “You throw in the rivalry game or whatever you want to call it — we get geared up for Eureka. We are going to have to play our best football. They are a big team.”

Reel Deal: River salmon pick up as bottomfishing nears close

As a landlocked child growing up in Iowa, fishing on the ocean was never a realistic possibility. Although local fishing guides have been great about keeping me apprised of conditions and providing me with information for my column, after writing about ocean anglers all summer long I decided it was high time to try my own luck before the banner bottomfishing season comes to a close at the end of the month. Capt. Jim Mitchell of Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips was happy to show me the ropes on Monday.

It was my first time being on a boat in the ocean, and I somehow forgot that seasickness was a real thing. Unfortunately, that didn’t keep me from getting it.

Warrior Memories: HSU vs. SFS was a virtual Warrior reunion in 1961

When the Humboldt State Lumberjacks and the San Francisco State Gators met in the Redwood Bowl in  Arcata in 1961, it must have felt like an old Warrior scrimmage as there were four former Warriors on the field for both the Jacks and the  Gators.

Drew Roberts, Danny Sousa, Matt Kelley and Frank Sperry wore the green and gold of the Jacks while Charlie Matthews, Owen Westbrook, Larry Baker and Bob Suter were wearing the visiting colors of the Gators. All of these are names that old Warrior fans will remember well.

Warrior cross country at DNGC for only home meet

The Del Norte boys and girls cross country squads will host their only home meet of the season on Wednesday at the Humboldt-Del Norte league comes to the Del Norte Golf Course for the final regular season meet of the year. Both the boys and girls races will take off at 2:30 p.m.

Makela wins HDN singles tennis title

All six of the Del Norte girls who made the trip to Eureka for the Humboldt-Del Norte girls tennis championships on Saturday picked up at least one win, but the highlight for the Warriors was No. 1 singles player, junior Raili Makela, rolling through the top bracket to earn a White Star and Del Norte’s first HDN singles championship since Kathryn Gustafson won the title in 2011.

“It was so much fun,” Makela said. “I really have loved playing tennis since I started in fifth grade. I feel like I worked really hard for this, but at the same time it could have been anybody’s game. All the girls were really, really talented. I personally thought that the game I played in the finals was the best game that I played all season. I think my opponent was playing well also, but I was on that day. I could feel it.”

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