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Klamath Youth Baseball: Play ball!

Coach Lance Bates sends Jesse Roberts home to score on Thursday during the fi rst week of the inaugural Klamath Youth Baseball season. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
 The Klamath Youth Baseball League is underway.

Steve Luis Memorial 3-on-3 tourney set for next Saturday

Del Norte alum Harold Jones is organizing a coed three-on-three basketball tournament, the Steve Luis Memorial Tournament, on June 27.

Reel Deal: Bottomfish still biting as anglers await salmon

Lawrence Coblentz of Florida shows off a pair of lingcod and a tiger fi sh caught while fi shing with Captain Jim Mitchell of Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips. Photo courtesy of Jim Mitchell / Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips
Sportfishermen were back out on the ocean this week as calm seas, especially later in the week, provided prime conditions for ocean fishing. Although salmon fi shing remained slow throughout the week, several were caught on Friday just west of Big Reef (Point St. George Reef). Many anglers continued to target rockfish and lingcod, which remain plentiful on the Wild Rivers Coast.

Del Norte nets three White Stars

Senior Steven Maready was one of three Del Norte High School baseball players to receive White Stars this year. Del Norte File Photo
 Coach Johnson recognizes his entire team in Warriors’ honorable mention recipients this year 

The Del Norte baseball team finished its 2015 season with a 13-13 overall record, including a second place finish in the Humboldt-Del Norte Big 5 regular season standings with a 7-5 mark, an appearance in the inaugural HDN Tournament Championship game, and a trip to the North Coast Section Playoffs.

‘Warrior Sports’ schedule comes to a close this week

Charter Cable channel 4’s weekly show, “Warrior Sports with Donnie Mattz” has wrapped up its broadcasts for the 2014–15 athletic season. It will resume with 2015–16 sporting events after taking the summer off.

— Triplicate staff

Reel Deal: Winds, waves keep sport fleet off ocean

Mike Ruth, of Hayfork, caught this 60-pound halibut on Monday while fishing with Capt. Jim Mitchell of Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips. Photo courtesy of Jim Mitchell / Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips
 It has been a rough week for ocean sportfishermen on the Northern California and Southern Oregon coasts. Although there is reportedly lots of bait in both Crescent City Harbor and the Port of Brookings, salmon fishing has reportedly remained slow. Although some anglers were able to have some luck with halibut and bottom fish early in the week, high winds and waves kept most of the sport fishing fleet on the docks through the week.

Warrior Memories: I was joined by a Warrior

On May 31 I was in Yucca Valley, where I coached before returning to my dream job here at Del Norte High School.

Incoming freshman football meeting

The Del Norte High School football program will be holding a meeting for incoming freshman interested in playing football next year. The meeting is also for parents and is scheduled for Monday at 5 p.m. in the Del Norte High School library.

Championship Tuesday

The Sparks, from left, Siera Fitzhugh, Kara Miller, Katie Aguirre, Grace Bruschi and Taylor Cleland, pose after winning the women’s league championship Tuesday.
 Titles were won and lost on Tuesday at Del Norte High School, where the Del Norte Recreation Department hosted the championship round of all three of its divisions in the adult basketball league.

King of Clubs: The future of golf's social interaction

 Let’s face it, golf is rarely fun. I have been playing golf for 18 years, and I can count on one hand the number of times when the game itself was exciting or thrilling. 

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