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Although it may not be the scenario they had in mind, the Del Norte Warriors are not about to give their spot in the playoffs back for any reason. Despite earning the automatic bid into the North Coast Section Division III playoffs, and an opening
Thursday, said interim Chief Executive Officer Harold Cook of the Gainesville-based organiztion. "The plan includes the continuation of programs and keeping the Y building open and continuing to serve the needs of the youth and families of the
It's not often in basketball, at any level, that a team commits more turnovers than it has field goals and ends up on the winning end of the scoreboard. Such was the case Thursday evening, as Del Norte turned the ball over 23 times, converted just 19
Peach trees will soon be growing in the fields surrounding one Crescent City vineyard. Dan Doran, a producer of grapes for wine and cut foliage, is planting about 1,000 peach trees on four acres of his property. There will be two varieties planted
Will Taylor and Brandon Pomrehn combined for 35 points, as the Arcata Tigers completed the regular season sweep of the Del Norte Warriors with a 53-50 victory at Crescent City Friday evening. He (Taylor) had never played point guard before this year,
That's something Crescent City Junior-Senior High School girls tennis coach Vicki Wisnoski has with her team. "Every one of my girls is back," she said. "We have a summer program in which we have the girls get together and let them play all summer
According to a California Highway Patrol press release, initial investigation indicates that Charles M. Fraser, 68, was seated in a motorized wheelchair when he crossed the freeway directly in front of approaching southbound traffic. Fraser was hit
For the few handfuls of people who showed up on time for Wednesday's District 4-3A Southern Division semifinal, they saw the game decided. Within the first 28 seconds, Jerrell Oxendine and Marquis Batts bombed away on back-to-back, 3-point field
In those 30 years, he had influenced the lives of many people as a friend, a soldier, a wrestler, a surfer, a musician, a brother and a son...His family first moved to Crescent City, California in 1984 where Miles began his love affair with the ocean.
It was the Huskies that were in control early, though, as Fortuna was able to take advantage of its size and athletic ability, translating those into steals at the defensive end and multiple looks at the basket on the offensive end of the floor.