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DN track wraps up in Berkeley

Del Norte’s top remaining track and field athletes concluded their season on Saturday at the North Coast Section Meet of Champions at the University of California, Berkeley but one Warrior came ever so close to moving on to the state meet.


NCS Softball Quarterfinals: A year to remember

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Third baseman Katie Aguirre takes aim at first to throw out the batter after fielding a bunt in front of the Tamalpais bench in Friday’s North Coast Section quarterfinal matchup at Del Norte High School. The Warriors lost 7-2 to the Hawks. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
 Warriors fall 7-2 to Tamalpais in North Coast Section quarterfinal, end season with 22-6 record 

Although Friday’s North Coast Section quarterfinal matchup against Tamalpais didn’t go the way Del Norte wanted it to — losing 7-2 — but the Warriors couldn’t have asked for a better season, head coach Tom Moore said.


Reel Deal: Ocean salmon fishing picks up in deep water, still inconsistent

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Mike Johnson shows off a salmon he caught over the weekend. Photo courtesy of Keith Richcreek / Pacific West Coast Ocean Fishing Guide Service
 The past week was the best yet for sport fishermen targeting salmon, but they are still reportedly several miles off the coast in deep water. Bottom fishing remained hot this week, however, for anglers looking for a more sure catch.


Del Norte Baseball: Successful season ends in Orinda

 

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Senior shortstop Steven Maready, left, was one of the veterans on this year’s team who provided leadership for the youngsters, like sophomore left fielder Hunter Johnson, right, as the Warriors made a late season push to qualify for the postseason.
 Warriors fall 9-4 to Miramonte in first round of North Coast Section Division III Tournament

The Del Norte baseball team had seventh-seeded Miramonte on the ropes for most of the game, but the Matadors offense busted loose in the sixth inning to score all nine of its runs, turning a one-run deficit into an eight-run lead in their 9-4 victory over the Warriors in Orinda on Tuesday.


King of Clubs: As tech gets better, scores have stayed put

The average golfer’s score is not getting better. According to the National Golf Foundation (NGF), the average golfer — one who plays maybe once a week — scores around 100 on a regulation 18-hole par 72 golf course and has been doing that for the past 40 years.


Local tuff truck competes in Grants Pass

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Tristan Smith’s tough truck awaits the action in Grants Pass. Photo submitted
 Smith turns passion for vehicle maintenance into competitive pastime 

Tristan Smith’s first attempt at a Tuff Truck lasted about a year before it blew up at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds last summer during the fair’s Tuff Truck competition. Despite the setback, Smith was back at it this month as he unveiled his brand new rig at the Grants Pass Tuff Trucks competition on May 16.


DN softball hosts Tamalpais Friday

The Del Norte softball team finally has an opponent and a time for its North Coast Section Division III quarterfinal matchup. The 3-seed Warriors (22-5)will host No. 6 Tamalpias (14-11) on Friday at 4 p.m. at Del Norte High School. Tamalpais advanced to the quarterfinals with an 11-1 victory over Piner at home in the tournament’s first round. The Warriors received a first-round bye. 


Tsunami Allstarz signups Saturday

The Tsunami Allstarz Competitive Cheer program is holding signups for next year this Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. at 1302 Jordan Street.


DN Youth Football and Cheer signups

Del Norte Youth Football and Cheer will be holding signups for the 2015 season on Saturday, June 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mary Peacock School’s library.


HDN Baseball Tournament: Comeback falls short

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Del Norte shortstop Steven Maready takes aim at first base, where he completed a double play in the sixth inning of the HDN Tournament championship. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
 Warriors fall 6-3 in Humboldt-Del Norte Tournament title game, grab No. 10 seed in NCS 

The No. 2 seeded Del Norte baseball team fell way behind early in the first ever Humboldt-Del Norte Baseball League Tournament championship game and couldn’t quite dig itself out of the hole, falling 6-3 to No. 3 Arcata in Arcata Ballpark on Saturday.


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