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Three Warriors reach SRYF semifinals

The Six Rivers Youth Football Conference playoffs kicked off on Monday and three Del Norte teams stayed alive to advance to the semifinals on Sunday.

Warrior football vs. Eureka on DNTV

The Del Norte football team will be back on “Warrior Sports with Donnie Mattz” again this week. The Warriors home game against Eureka will air nightly at 7:30 p.m. starting Wednesday on Charter Cable Channel 4.

Local bowling standings

Monday Social Fours (Oct. 26)

Team# Name wins-losses

#6 Shots 14-6

#2 Outsiders 13-7

#3 Western Valley Insurance 11½-8½

#1 LifeStyles Research 8-12

#5 Bye 7-13

#4 Del Norte Tire 6½-13½

High Scores — Barry King 232-200-200=632, Maggie Morrow 502, Lee Bemis 218-225=625, Walt Jones 200=537.

Loggers fell Warriors 9-7

Del Norte senior quarterback Austin Healy rolls to his left while keeping his eyes downfield in search of a receiver in the first half against Eureka. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The Del Norte football team took the lead on Senior Night at Thunen Field less than 4:30 minutes into the game and held onto it until there were 10 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. But Eureka was able to complete its comeback with a 25-yard field goal as time was running down to steal away a 9-7 victory Friday.

The Warriors came out firing on all cylinders with a run-heavy, nine-play, 65-yard touchdown drive capped off with a 3-yard run by junior receiver Dayton Skeen.

Panthers nip Del Norte volleyball 3-1

The Del Norte volleyball team got off to a strong start in its season finale against McKinleyville, but the Warriors faded down the stretch and the Panthers were able to defend their home court with a 3-1 (25-27, 27-25, 25-18, 25-11) win.

After a hard-fought win in the first set, the Warriors jumped out to an 18-13 advantage in the second game. The Panthers fought back, however, tying the game up at 20-20. With the score tied at 25, Del Norte head coach Debbie Lorenzi said the Warriors though the McKinleyville setter stepped under the next on their side of the court but the call was missed and the Panthers were awarded the point.

Reel Deal: Anglers’ last chance for California rockfish and lingcod this weekend

Salmon runs on the Smith and Chetch Rivers is steadily picking up as rain over the weekend brought flows at the Jedediah Smith monitoring station above 300 cubic feet per second on Sunday evening and up above 400 cfs by Monday morning. The Smith has spent most of the week between 300 and 450 cfs, though the low flow closure is still in effect since flows have not yet reached the required 600 cfs. That could change early next week with 1.5 inches of rain in the forecast for both the Smith and Klamath watersheds on Sunday and Monday.

Until then, anglers can still fish for salmon below Rowdy Creek, or try their luck on the ocean in the closing days of the Northern California bottomfishing season.

Warrior Memories: The origin story of DN basketball

Football season is winding down and basketball is about to start. Being a Warrior fan as long as I have been, it is fun to look back at how some sports got started at Del Norte.

During the 1921-22 school year a group of Warrior boys had the dream of playing high school basketball. They had no gym and no coach so they shot baskets wherever they could find a hoop to shoot at. 

Rec league youth basketball signups

Registration is now open for the Del Norte Recreation Department’s youth basketball league, until Dec. 16.

Kids ages 5-12 are welcome to participate, with separate leagues for kindergarten, first and second grades, third and four grades, and fifth and sixth grades.

Cost to participate is $30. Interested players can sign up in person at the county administration building at 981 H Street or online at https://secure.rec1.com/CA/county-del-norte/.

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.

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