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SKY HIGH HOOPS Looking back at the banner season for boys basketball and Del Norte High’s other teams

MOST LIKELY TO DUNK: Senior Jalen Coney slams home a stuff shot that brought the home crowd to its feet during Del Norte’s 79-59 victory over McKinleyville in January. Warrior Nick McBride scored 41 points in the same game. Del Norte finished the season with a 21-6 record, a share of the Big 5 title and a first-round win in the Northcoast Section playoffs. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson

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nother year is in the record books for the athletic programs at Del Norte High School. From football in the fall to track and field in the spring, Warrior athletes and teams gave fans a host of memories. The gridiron squad made the playoffs and earned a dramatic double-overtime win over rival Eureka. Senior slot receiver Brandon Kakitsuka was named Big 3 Conference offensive MVP. In the winter, the boys basketball team earned a share of the Big 5 Conference title and had a playoff win, led by high-scoring Nick McBride, the Big 5 MVP. In track and field, junior shot putter Morgan Laney earned a berth at state. Here is a recap of the 20102011 seasons.

FALL SPORTS FOOTBALL

Barrick Sala. Del Norte earned five second team honorable selection honors. They were seniors Jalen Coney, Josh Craft and T.J. Scott, and juniors Luis Galindo and Moreno.

VOLLEYBALL The Del Norte High volleyball squad may have had an incredible streak snapped, but finished the year on a high note. For 21 straight seasons the squad won or shared a conference title. The streak ended as the Warriors finished second in the Big 5 Conference to McKinleyville with a 5-3 league record, 10-12 overall. In the last game of the season against McKinleyville, the Warriors earned a gritty five-match win at home. The team was coached by Pablo and Debbie Lorenzi, who had coached off and on since the early 1980s and were a crucial part of the Warriors’ remarkable streak. “I’m just happy with ending the season like this,” Debbie Lorenzi said after the McKinleyville game. “We went out with a bang.” The Lorenzis decided to step down after the season ended. Junior Keirstyn Anderson and senior Vanessa Alexandre earned first-team White Star honors for the Warriors. Honorable mention honors went to seniors Kristyn Rook and Brilynn Welch.

Del Norte’s varsity football team bounced back from three early losses to earn a berth in the Northcoast Section playoffs, as well as a huge upset of conference rival Eureka. After dropping the first three contests by narrow margins, the Warriors found themselves in a battle at BrookingsGIRLS TENNIS Harbor on Sept. 24. With The Del Norte High girls the score tied at 30-30 tennis doubles pair of with two seconds left, Kathryn Gustafson and Sam junior Ignacio “Nacho” Bausch earned a milestone Moreno nailed a 42-yard win at the Northcoast Secfield goal for the Wartion Division II doubles riors’ first win. championships in Hayward On Oct. 15, homein the Bay Area by defeating coming night, Del Norte Athenian 7-6 (7-4), 6-2 on faced defending Big 3 Nov. 16. and Northcoast Section It was the first time any Division II champion EuDel Norte tennis team, boys reka and did not back or girls, singles or doubles, down. Down by a touchwon an NCS playoff match. down early in the fourth MOST LIKELY TO GO TO STATE: quarter, senior Brandon Junior Morgan Laney earned a rare state berth They finished in fourth place at NCS. Kakitsuka returned a for Del Norte in the shot put. To get to NCS, the pair kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. At the end of regulation the score won the No. 1 doubles title at the Humboldt-Del Norte Conference Championships to earn White was tied 35-35. In the second overtime, the Warriors made a Star honors. In singles, Gustafson made it to the HDN fourth-down stop at the 10-yard line to earn the victory. finals before losing and sophomore Taylor Cleland Senior quarterback Layton O’Reilley threw won the No. 6 singles crown. for nearly 250 yards and five touchdowns. The head coach for the majority of the year “This is for coach Luis and our fans,” O’Reilley was Trudi Zottola-Gugliemini. Due to illness, said after the game. He was referring to longtime Jane Rumiano took over the rest of the way. JV coach Steve Luis, who died of cancer last CROSS COUNTRY June. Senior Zara Gastineau had a strong finish for The Warriors finished the regular season 4-6 the Warriors and took second overall in the girls but fell to Marin Catholic in the first round of the division to earn White Star honors in the HumNCS Division II playoffs. Kakitsuka was named Big 3 offensive MVP boldt-Del Norte Cross Country Championships and earned first-team White Star honors. The slot in November. Out of more than 100 competitors in Division receiver had about 1,000 receiving yards with 11 touchdowns. He recently earned a roster spot IV at the Northcoast Section Meet of Champions with the Humboldt State University football team in Hayward, Gastineau took 10th overall. “She’s had a excellent season and a great cain Arcata. Joining him on the Big 3 first team was reer,” head coach Kirk Burrows said at the time. O’Reilley, junior running back and safety Collin “You can’t ask for anything more from a young Taylor and junior linebacker and offensive lineman lady. She’s a hard worker and a great person.”

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On May 13 in Crescent City at the HumboldtDel Norte Conference Championships, the Warrior girls took the top spot with 131.5 points, while the boys came in third. Robyn Parker, in her first year, led the squad as head coach.

Junior Sydney Benson shot under 100 for the first time in her career in the final regular season match and earned a berth in the Northcoast Section Division 1 Golf Qualifier. Benson placed eighth overall in the HumboldtDel Norte Conference, one place away from qualifying for a White Star. As a team, Del Norte earned its best score of the season in the final match of the year, finishing with a score of 587. The head girls golf coach was Cris Rice.

BASEBALL A promising start did not end the way the baseball team had hoped for this season. Weather played havoc as rain delayed or canceled about 10 games. The rain was so bad that Del Norte was able to go outside only about once a week the first month of practices. Still, the Warriors were playing well when they did play. They were 7-4 overall after a 4-3 home win in nine innings against McKinleyville on May 2. Two days later they downed Fortuna to improve to 8-4 overall and 4-1 in the conference and were only a game out of first place. But things did not go well the rest of the way as Del Norte lost its last seven games, ending the season 4-8 in the Big 5 and 8-11 overall. Senior Layton O’Reilley earned first-team White Star honors. Warriors receiving honorable mention honors were Barrett McClaflin, Nathan Porter and Travis Stacey, The squad was coached by Pablo Lorenzi.

BOYS AND GIRLS SOCCER The boys varsity soccer team finished the season 8-7-1 under first-year head coach David Sanyaolu. The JV boys team finished the season 7-0-1, which bodes well for the future. Jamie Ramirez and Zach Bloyd received Big 4 Conference White Star first-team honors. Honorable mention honors went to Moises Molina, Mark Standring, Martin Ramirez, Tanner Walker, Ian Roy and Colby Japp. The Warrior girls soccer squad ended the season 1-15. Senior Lindsey Olson and junior Molly Lambert both earned first-team Big 4 White Star honors. Lydsay Veerkamp, Hannah Dykes and Hailey Hulse all earned honorable mention accolades. The head coach was Clar Byers.

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WINTER SPORTS BOYS BASKETBALL The boys basketball team burned up the court. After finishing the prior season with a losing record, the Warriors bounced back and earned a co-chare of the Big 5 title and finished the season with a 216 record. Del Norte also earned a Northcoast Section basketball win at home and played tough against one of the best teams in the state before falling in a home playoff matchup. The Warriors looked strong before Big 5 play began, losing only two games. They faced a challenge in the conference from defending champion Arcata, who defeated them twice in the regular season, including the regular season finale to cause a tie in the Big 5. The teams met again the next night in Arcata for a tiebreaker rematch that would decide the top seed in the Dick Nicali postseason tournament and who would earn the automatic berth in the NCS playoffs. With the Tigers clinging to a 2-point lead after three quarters, Del Norte clamped down on defense, allowing Arcata only 5 fourth-quarter points to come away with a 41-36 win on Feb. 14. While the Warriors lost the Nicali title game to the Tigers, they bounced back in the division III NCS playoffs. Earning the No. 8 seed, they faced No. 9 seed Moreau Catholic of Hayward at home Feb, 23. The Warriors played well from the start and downed the Mariners 64-57. “This is an historic win,” head coach Scott Alexander said after the game. Del Norte faced a tough opponent in the second round in Bishop O’Dowd of Oakland, the defending Division III NCS champ, which made it all the way to the state title game and featured two highly regarded Division 1 prospects. The contest was played in Crescent City, and Del Norte took a quick 5-0 lead before the Dragons roared to a 66-44 victory. Leading the way this season was senior shooting guard Nick McBride, who could score from anywhere on the court. He averaged about 21 points per game and nearly 24 per contest in the Big 5, including a 41-point effort Jan. 30 at home against McKinleyville. McBride was named Big 5 MVP. Joining him on the first team was senior point guard Layton O’Reilley, an excellent defender and a team leader

Brandon Kakitsuka runs the ball against Fortuna last November. Kakitsuka was later named Big 3 offensive MVP.

who could find the open man and keep things humming. He averaged nearly 6 assists per game. Jalen Coney, a senior post player who did not even play basketball the prior season, gave the Warriors a key presence inside. He averaged nearly 10 rebounds and 10 points per game and also earned White Star honors. Senior Brandon Kakitsuka and junior Collin Taylor received honorable mention honors. McBride and Coney recently accepted offers to play basketball at College of the Redwoods in Eureka. Alexander, who led the Warriors for three years, moved to Redding after the season.

WRESTLING With a young team featuring five freshmen starters, the wrestling team had a solid season. Del Norte went a perfect 8-0 in the HumboldtDel Norte Conference, ending the regular season by defeating previously undefeated Eureka at home 58-23. At the Humboldt-Del Norte Conference Championships, which Del Norte hosted, the Warriors took second overall. A total of eight grapplers qualified for the Northcoast Section Championships by placing third or higher. Jordan Lacy (135 pounds), Barrick Sala (215) and Isaac Terry at heavyweight all came in first and earned White Star honors. Sala and Terry won all their matches by fall. This was the second HDN title for Sala, who won one as a freshman. Despite missing several matches this season due to illness, Sala dominated when healthy. At the NCS, he made it to the seventh-place match, but had to forfeit due to an injury. He had hyperextended his shoulder the week before. “He wrestled five matches and was hurting pretty good by the finals,” head coach Aaron Schaad said. “He wasn’t at 100 percent. Taking eighth place was a good showing when you’re injured.” Lacy, who came into the NCS ranked third, lost his first match and came back to win four straight matches and made it to the final day. The next day he lost in his first contest to miss placing in the NCS by one match.

GIRLS BASKETBALL It was a rebuilding season for the girls basketball

team. Del Norte finished 6-15 overall and 1-7 in the Big 5 Conference with an inexperienced squad that showed potential. In the last home game of the season the Warriors upset Big 5 rival Fortuna. The Warriors had only three seniors. Two of them were starters in Kristyn Rook and Casey Walch. Sophomore Brittany Maready led the charge for the younger players as she led the team in scoring with about 12 points per game. She earned Big 5 Conference first-team White Star honors. Rook and Walch earned honorable mention honors. The head coach was Buzz McCulloch.

SPRING SPORTS TRACK AND FIELD It was a successful season for the track and field team. The girls squad won the Humboldt-Del Norte Conference and eight athletes made it to the Northcoast Section Meet of Champions in Berkeley, one step away from qualifying for state. Junior Morgan Laney threw a personal best shot put mark in Berkeley on May 27 to take second overall and earn a berth at the state championship in Clovis. On her last attempt, Laney had a throw of 39-08.50. At state, Laney finished 16th out of 24 participants. The Warriors brought a total of eight participants to Berkeley, the most in a few years. Senior Brandon Kakitsuka earned a berth in the 300-meter hurdles. He took sixth on the first day in Berkeley to qualify for the finals the next day. Kakitsuka finished fifth and narrowly missed earning a berth at state. Other Warriors who made it to Berkeley included Kylee Bruder in the high jump and Nichole Fugate in the 100-meter hurdles and 4x400-meter relay team. Zara Gastineau was also a member of the 4x400-meter relay team. Jennifer Goacher qualified for three events, the 100-meter dash the 200-meter dash and the 4x400meter relay team. Adan Rodriguez earned a berth in the pole vault. Katelynn Rowe qualified in the 400-meter dash and as a member of the 4x400-meter team.

With a young team, it was a learning season for the Warriors softball squad, which finished 3-8 in the Big 5 and 6-15 overall. Weather also caused major problems for the softball team, with about 10 games delayed or canceled. A highlight was a victory over Arcata in the second game of a home doubleheader 5-4 on May 14. Down 4-3 in the seventh inning, the Warriors came back for the victory. Senior Kristyn Rook earned first-team White Star honors. Chandler Davis, Sarah Weiser, Lindsey Olson and Keirstyn Anderson earned honorable mentions accolades. The team was led by head coach Jackie Heuberger.

BOYS GOLF The Del Norte boys golf team had one of its best performances in several years, taking second in the Humboldt-Del Norte Conference and having two golfers qualify for the Northcoast Section Tournament of Champions in Contra Costa On May 16. Senior James Morrow finished with a 77 while fellow senior Luke Polidore shot a 90 in Contra Costa. To get to this point both qualified at the Northcoast Section Division I qualifier at the Sunol Valley Golf Club in the Bay Area. Polidore shot a 78 and Morrow finished with a score of 80. Head coach Kirk Burrows said at the time that this was the first time in his 10 years as golf coach that two Warriors qualified for the NCS championship in the same year. “We’re pleased for these two,” Burrows said. Polidore finished the year in second place overall in the HDN and was only two shots behind the top placer.

BOYS TENNIS The boys tennis team finished the regular season in second place in the Humboldt-Del Norte Conference with a 9-3 record. Oscar Ko won the No. 5 singles title. He defeated Jeff Ahao of St. Bernard’s 6-1, 6-6, (10) in his third match of the day. “Oscar had a long day of match play and I thought he held his game together very well,” Del Norte head coach Sara Miller said. Miller was in her first year as head coach. This review was written by Sports Editor Bill Choy. He can be reached at bchoy@triplicate.com.


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Graduates were honored during a dessert social event June 8. The following is a list of the organizations or scholarship names (in alphabetical order), scholarship winners (last names first) and amounts.

• American Ag: Alexandre, Vanessa $1,000 • American Postal Workers: Brown, Tyler $500 • Angel Holt Memorial: Landowski, Katelyn $250; Lo, Hli $250; McQuillen, Angela $200; Mitola, Devon $300; Parsley-Strom, Kayla $100; Richards, Melanie $250; Rook, Kristyn $300; Sandler, Jaclyn $150; Seward, Lauren $100; Thao, Emily $250; Thomas, Savanah $300; Tromble, Lindsey $200; Walch, Casey $200; Fugate, Nicole $200; Weiser, Sarah $300 • Archie Gargaetas Memorial: O’Reilley, Layton $500; Rook, Kristyn $500 • Ashby Smith Memorial: Jacob, Taylor $300 • Basil Ronjoin Memorial Trust: Barrington, Casey $1,700; Benn, Shannon $2,500; Borman, Emily $1,500; Burgess, Anthony $1,000; Camarena, Shelby $750; Cupp, Andrew $1,500; Duncan, Daniel $2,800; Escobedo, Daniel $150; Fugate, Nicole $750; Gamez, Juan $750; Gastineau, Zara $2,500; Graham, George $200; Huffman, Haley $750; Hull, Craig $1,000; Jacob, Taylor $2,250; Kohler, Courtney $1,000; Olson, Lindsey $1,700; Paschal, Chenoa $350; Pena, Elizabeth $150; Polidore, Luke $2,800; Quick, Katharina $1,800; Reidel, Vanessa $1,000; Saatzer, Holly $1,500; Stacey, Travis $1,700; Standring, Mark $2,000; Thomas, Savanah $1,700; Verna, Cailly $150; Watt, Kaitlin $150; Webb, Meghan $1,800; Wright, Dillon $2,000; Yang, Maixee $150; Anderson, Sarah $200 • Beall Family Foundation: Duncan, Daniel $1,000 • Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks: Gamez, Juan $50; Kohler, Courtney $50; Quick, Katharina $50; Saatzer, Holly $50; Standring, Mark $50 • Bennett Counseling Award: Kohler, Courtney $700 • Beta Sigma Phi — Xi Iota Mu: Huffman, Haley $250 • Bill Parker Memorial: Martinez, David $200 • Bill Sullivan Memorial: Kakitsuka, Brandon $500 • Bowling Association: Andrews, Wesley $500; Fuentas, Cluadia $500; Ramos, Luz $500 • Bussey Memorial: Cypert, Joseph $500; Thao, Mai $500 • Calif. Retired Teachers — Del Norte: Thao, Kao $300; Aispuro, Karen $375; Quick, Katharina $375 • Calif. Women in Timber: Fugate, Nicole $500 • Cabrillo Civic Clubs of Calif.: Mohr, Zoee $500 • Calif. School Employees Association: Gamez, Juan $350; Seward, Lauren $350; Stacy, Travis $350 • Cash for College: Olson, Lindsey $1,000 • Crescent City Emblem Club: Babich, Trevor $500; Dorman, John $500; Lacy, Jordan $500; Scott, Terry $500 • Crescent City Emblem Club — Ann Garlic: Henderson, Samantha $750 • Crescent City Kiwanis Club: Duncan, Miranda $500 • Crescent City Triathlon: Gastineau, Zara $500 • Crescent City Women’s Club: Babich, Trevor $750; Gastineau, Zara $750; Quick, Katharina $750 • Charles/Ann Thielen Memorial: Arispe, Cecil $200 • Chetco Federal Credit Union: Burgess, Anthony $2,000; Eberly, Matthew $1,000; Fugate, Nicole $1,000; Gamez, Juan $4,000; Kramer, Maya $2,000; Thao, Emily $4,000 • Christie Babich Memorial: Babich, Trevor $250; Bartley, Clint $250 • Coast Central Credit Union: Thao, Mai $750 • Coastal Aires: Gastineau, Zara $500; Kramer, Maya $500 • Cochran Family: O’Reilley, Layton $500; Quick, Katharina $500 • Cochran Law Offices: Rafalowski, Felicia $500 • Corine Peterson Memorial: Babich, Trevor $500 • Crescent City Car Club: Hernandez, Samuel $500; Kramer, Maya $500; VanArsdale, Samantha $500; Webb, Meghan $500 • Crescent City Jaycees: Alexandre, Vanessa $1,600; Landowski, Katelyn $900; Quick, Katharina $300; Reidel, Vanessa $900; Thompson, Taylor $200 • Crescent City Rotary Club: Alexandre, Vanessa $1,000; Cupp, Andrew

Scholarship: Alexandre, Vanessa $3,000 • Greg Gilcrist: Fugate, Nicole $5,000; Lacy, Jordan $5,000 • Greg Wier Memorial: Babich, Trevor $350 • Humboldt Area Foundation: Alexandre, Vanessa $2,000; Ramirez, Jaime $2,000 • Humboldt State Challenge for Education Leadership: McQuillen, Angela $1,000 • Jack Zeck Memorial: Babich, Trevor $250; Escobedo, Daniel $250 • John D. Borges Memorial: Webb, Meghan $500 • John Starets Memorial: HawleyJones, Bryce $250 • Keith and Martha Colton Memorial: Lacy, Jordan $300 • LaComb: Barrington, Casey $400; Bradley, Gabriel $650; Brown, Tyler $500; Burgess, Anthony $1,000; Cupp, Andrew $2,000; Duncan, Daniel $1,000; Ebberly, Matthew $500; Fisher, Kyle $1,000; Gamez, Juan $250; Gastineau, Zara $1,000; HawleyJones, Bryce $750; Hernandez, Samuel $500; Hull, Craig $1,000; Kakitsuka, Brandon $500; Lo, Hli

ployees: Babich, Trevor $250; Bartley, Clint $250 • DN Sheriff’s Office Employees — Joe Galeoto Memorial: Lor, Keith $1,000 • Del Norte Teacher’s Association: Cupp, Andrew $250; Fugate, Nicole $250; Gastineau, Alex $250; Gastineau, Zara $250; Hull, Craig $250; Quick, Katharina $250; Webb, Meghan $250 • DNADS/Coastline: Kohler, Courtney $1,000 • DNHS Class of 1955: Orton, Meagan $200 • DNHS Counselors’ Scholarship: Reidel, Vanessa $400 • DNHS Drama Club: Barrington, Casey $500; Benn, Shannon $500; Gastineau, Alex $500; Rojas, Alisa $500 • DNHS Interact Club: Alexandre, Vanessa $250; Cupp, Andrew $250; Kohler, Courtney $250; Polidore, Luke $250; Quick, Katharina $250; Ramirez, Jaime $250; Reidel, Vanessa $250; Stacey, Travis $250; Webb, Meghan $250 • Donna Redmond Memorial: Gamboa, Whitney $200

Rodriguez, Erica $350; Rook, Kristyn $350; Sanchez, Marta $350; Story, Brandi $350; Vang, Der $350; Verna, Cailly $350; Villanueva, Lissette $350; Walch, Casey $350; Bruder, Ryan $350 • Michelle Dickson Memorial: Lacy, Jordan $500 • Mike Whalen Award: Babich, Trevor $200; O’Reilley, Layton $200 • Miss Del Norte: Sandler, Jaclyn $2,000 • Morrison Family Award: Burgess, Anthony $500; Quick, Katharina $300 • Niesen Memorial: Gastineau, Alex $250; Gastineau, Zara $250 • Noll Family Longboard Classic: Noll, Dane $750 • Northern Knights Car Club: Halstead, Shawn $500; Wollam, Keith $500 • O’Connell, John Memorial — Mary Ford: Kramer, Maya $500 • Pamela Stroud Memorial: Arispe, Cecil $350 • Redwood Cruiser Car Club: Dodd, Matthew $250; Henderson, Samantha $250 • Robert Fortaine: Gensaw, Justin $250

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Nicole $150; Gastineau, Alex $150; Gastineau, Zara $150; Hull, Craig $150; Quick, Katharina $150; Thomas, Savanah $150; Webb, Meghan $150 • Del Norte Association of Realtors: Fugate, Nicole $250; Mitola, Chase $250; Olson, Lindsey $500; Orton, Meagan $250; Rafalowski, Felicia $250; VanArsdale, Samantha $500 • Del Norte County Unified School District Administrators: ParsleyStrom, Kayla $500; Quick, Katharina $500; Thao, Kao $500; Xiong, Diana $500 • Del Norte Evangelical Ministerial Association: McMahon, Sarah $500; Reidel, Vanessa $500 • Del Norte Farm Bureau: Alexandre, Vanessa $250; Barrington, Casey $250; Clawson, Dylan $250; Martinez, David $250; Mohr, Zoee $250; Orton, Meagan $250; Webb, Meghan $250 • Del Norte Female Athlete of the Year: Rook, Kristyn $250 • Del Norte Health Care District: Fugate, Nicole $250; Kramer, Maya $250 • Del Norte Historical Society: McQuillen, Angela $500 • Del Norte Male Athlete of the Year: Kakitsuka, Brandon $250; O’Reilley, Layton $250 • Del Norte Men’s Golf Association: Polidore, Luke $150; Wright, Dillon $150 • Del Norte Providers: McMahon, Sarah $500 • Del Norte Scholarship Foundation General Fund: Clayberger, Ivy $350; Escobedo, Daniel $100, Montez, Guadalupe $150; Pena, Elizabeth $150; Rose, Jaynee $350; Samano, Jessica $350; Story, Brandi $150; Tromble, Lindsay $350; VanArsdale, Samantha $200; Vang, Der $150; Waffler, Floyd $350; Walch, Casey $250; Watt, Kaitlin $350; Zepeda, Gabriela $500 • Del Norte School Board: Webb, Meghan $1,000 • Del Norte Sheriff’s Office Em-

• Doris Whalen Award: Cupp, Andrew $200; Fugate, Nicole $200; Gastineau, Alex $200; Gastineau, Zara $200; Henderson, Samantha $200; Kohler, Courtney $200; Kramer, Maya $200; McQuillen, Angela $200; Paschal, Chenoa $200; Quick, Katharina $200; Seward, Lauren $200; Xiong, Diana $200 • Earl Bokor Memorial: Lacy, Jordan $300 • Ed Eagles Memorial: Babich, Trevor $1,000 • Edythemay Garrett: Dodd, Matthew $150 • Elk Valley Rancheria: Richards, Melanie $500 • Eloise Spencer Memorial: Samano, Jessica $150 • Elva & Warren Hornsby Trust: Bradley, Gabriel $700; Cypert, Joseph $700; Fugate, Nicole $700; Lacy, Jordan $700; Lyons, Wynter $700; McQuillen, Angela $700; Rafalowski, Felicia $700; Vang, Pacho $700; Xiong, Dancy $700; Xiong, Diana $700 • Fallman Family Award: Esparza, Rosa $500 • Fans of March Madness: Babich, Trevor $100; Kakitsuka, Brandon $100; McQuillen, Angela $100; O’Reilley, Layton $100; Rook, Kristyn $100; Stacey, Travis $100; Walch, Casey $100 • FFA State Award: Alexandre, Vanessa $3,000 • Fieg-Tucker: Alexandre, Vanessa $1,000; Barrington, Casey $400; Mohr, Zoee $600; Webb, Meghan $750 • Footprinters Bingo: Babich, Trevor $200; Bartley, Clint $200; Kohler, Courtney $200; Lor, Keith $200; Mohr, Zoee $200; Pena, Elizabeth $200; Weiser, Sarah $200 • George Berry Memorial: Fuentes, Claudia $300 • Gladys Hue Memorial: Arispe, Cecil $250 • Green Diamond-Mark E. Reed

$250; Lor, Keith $1,300; Lyons, Wynter $650; Martinez, David $500; Mitola, Chase $250; Olson, Lindsey $300; Polidore, Luke $1,000; Rafalowski, Felicia $300; Saatzer, Holly $2,000; Sanchez, Marta $150; Sandler, Jaclyn $1,000; Stacey, Travis $1,000; Standring, Mark $2,500; Thao, Mai $1,000; Thomas, Savanah $1,000; Villanueva, Lissette $650; Weiser, Sarah $300; Wright, Dillon $2,000; Wyckoff, Robert $1,200; Xiong, Dancy $250 • Leo Sullivan Memorial: Kakitsuka, Brandon $500 • Leon Morgan Memorial: Xiong, Diana $350 • Les Conner Memorial: Bartley, Clint $500 • Lighthouse Quilt Guild: Esparza, Rosa $250 • Lighthouse Repertory Theater: Burgess, Anthony $500; Gastineau, Alex $250; Kramer, Maya $250 • Lonnie Thompson Memorial: Thompson, Taylor $500 • Lucille Schlach-Rawlston: Henderson, Samantha $1,000 • Margaret and Noel LaComb Memorial Trust: Arispe, Cecil $550 • Mary Kerns Memorial: O’Rielley, Layton $550; Thompson, Taylor $550; Bush, Blaine $550; Duncan, Maranda $650; Landowski, Katelyn $550; Lehman, Jeanine $550; McMahon, Sarah $550; Orton, Meagan $550; Parsley-Strom, Kayla $550; Quick, Katharina $650; Thao, Emily $550; Thao, Kao $550; Aispuro, Karen $550 • Mary Parker Memorial: Xiong, Diana $300 • Mary Short, Arlett Short & Adolph Wattenberg Memorial: Camerena, Shelby $350; Dodd, Matthew $350; Esparza, Rosa $350; Her, Wameng $1,400; Kramer, Maya $1,400; Lo, Hli $350; Lucero, Isabella $350; Merritt, Robert $350; Mitola, Devon $350; Osburne, Ashlyn $350; Paschal, Chenoa $350; Ramos, Luz $350;

• Robert Stanhurst Memorial: Kohler, Courtney $200 • Roger Long Family Scholarship: Hernandez, Samuel $1,000 • Ruby and Guy Spurgur Memorial: Parsley-Strom, Kayla $300 • Russell Field Memorial: Andrews, Wesley $400; Benn, Shannon $400; Borman, Emily $400; Gastineau, Zara $400; Gross, Steven $750; Hull, Craig $400; Jacob, Taylor $750; Kramer, Maya $400; Lee, Yong $750; Saatzer, Holly $400; Yang, Pao $750 • Ruth Hughes Memorial: Bush, Blaine $300 • Sandra Callison Memorial: Bush, Blaine $500; Fuentes, Claudia $500 • Sandra Pappas Memorial: Bruder, Ryan $500; Kramer, Maya $500; Lucero, Isabella $500 • Shirley and Chris Weiskamp: Babich, Trevor $250; Mitola, Devon $250 • Smith River Rancheria, Bernice Humphrey Memorial: O’Reilley, Layton $500 • Smith River Rancheria, Murray Richards Memorial: Richards, Melanie $500 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Tom & Chris Polidore: Fisher, Kyle $750; Kakitsuka, Brandon $1,000; Reidel, Vanessa $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Blake & Stephanie Alexandre: Cerros, Judith $750; Mohr, Zoee $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Chris Doehle & Steve Westbrook: Esparza, Rosa $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Crescent City Internal Medicine: Gamez, Juan $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Edward Jones Investment: Lo, Hli $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Foursquare School: Mitola, Chase $1,000; Olson, Lindsey $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Greg Higgins, M.D.: Fuentes,

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$1,000; Gamez, Juan $1,000; Kohler, Courtney $1,000; Quick, Katharina $1,000; Ramirez, Jaime $1,000; Reidel, Vanessa $1,000; Webb, Meghan $1,000 • Crescent Harbor Gallery: Gastineau, Zara $200 • Crystal Pozzi Memorial (Education): Lehman, Jeanine $350 • Curry/Del Norte Orchestra Guild — Dutty: Kramer, Maya $500 • David, Bruce, Richard Anderson Memorial: Anderson, Sarah $300; Clawson, Dylan $300; Gamboa, Whitney $300; Graham, George $300; Lyons, Wynter $300; Montez, Guadalupa $300; Paschal, Chenoa $300; Rodriguez, Erica $300; VanArsdale, Samantha $300; Wyckoff, Robert $300; Yang, Maixee $300 • Dee Sullivan Memorial: Alexandre, Vanessa $500 • Dell Scholar: Ramirez, Jaime $20,000 • Delta Kappa Gamma: Quick, Katharina $500 • Dennis Benson Memorial: Fisher, Kyle $300 • DENOCOS/FCU: Bradley, Gabriel $150; Cupp, Andrew $150; Fugate,

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Claudia $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Jack & Patricia Caldwell: Ramos, Luz $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — James Holmes, M.D.: Andrews, Wesley $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Jon & Patty Brunsing: Thao, Emily $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Karen Plechaty: Xiong, Dancy $750 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Kevin & Gayle Hartwick: Kohler, Courtney $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Mark & Karen Davis: Villanueva, Lissette $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Pacific Vision Medical Center: Seward, Lauren $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Physicians of Sutter Coast Hospital: Benn, Shannon $1,000; Saatzer, Holly $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Redwood Medical Offices: Landowski, Katelyn $1,000; Thompson, Taylor $1,000 • Scholarship Mentoring Program — Sandra Saunders, M.D.: Borman, Emily $1,000 • Soroptimist International of Crescent City: Babich, Trevor $750; Polidore, Luke $500; Quick, Katharina $750 • Stephen Luis Memorial: Lacy, Jordan $400; Rook, Kristyn $400 • Stremburg Family: Reidel, Vanessa $300 • Sunrise Rotary: Alexandre, Vanessa $500; Duncan, Daniel $500; Kramer, Maya $2,000; Ramirez, Jaime $500; Seward, Lauren $1,000; Webb, Meghan $500 • Sutter Coast Hospital: Kramer, Maya $1,000; Lucero, Isabella $1,000; Ramirez, Jaime $1,000 • Tom and Mabel Westgard: Gensaw, Justin $500; Osburne, Ashlyn $500 • Tom Haban Memorial: Bruder, Ryan $500; O’Reilley, Layton $500 • Trees of Mystery: Osburne, Ashlyn $300 • Tri Counties Bank: Babich, Trevor $700; Orton, Meagan $700; Richards, Melanie $600 • United Indian Health Services: Lyons, Wynter $750; McQuillen, Angela $500; O’Reilley, Layton $500 • U.S. Army Scholarship: Votruba, Steven; Molina, Moises; Ramirez, Martin • VFW Post 1381: Babich, Trevor $1,000; Burgess, Anthony $1,000; Fugate, Nicole $1,000; Kramer, Maya $1,000; Lacy, Jordan $1,000; Rook, Kristyn $1,000; Webb, Meghan $1,000 • Volleyball Vision: Alexandre, Vanessa $100; Rook, Kristyn $100 • Wayne Hawthorne Memorial: Hull, Craig $500 • Westbrook Family Award: Alexandre, Vanessa $200; Clawson, Dylan $250; Tromble, Lindsay $200; Webb, Meghan $350 • Wheeler Trust: Bush, Blaine $4,000 • William and Ida Hall Memorial: O’Reilley, Layton $500; Wyckoff, Robert $500

Past Graduate Awards • Kathleen Anderson Memorial: Maltbie, Katie $1,075 • John O’Connell Memorial: Thorpe, Hannah $250 • Ruby Van Deventer Memorial: Golden, Jessica $500 • Mike Whalen Award: Golden, Jessica $500 • Beall Family Foundation: Glossop, Joe $1,000 • Crescent City Emblem Club: Goacher, John $500; Walston, Severin $500 • Tsunami Sam’s: Bertolini, Justin $500; Harnden, Nolan $500; Harnden, Rachel $500 • William & Ida Hall Memorial: Buckles, Miriam $1,000 • David, Bruce, & Richard Anderson Memorial: Pheffer, Madeline $500 • Basil Ronjoin Memorial Trust: Filsinger, Brian $500; Hartwick, Deja $500; Vue, Eurees $500 • Lighthouse Quilt Guild — Judy Davis Memorial: Johnson, Tressa $400 • Lighthouse Quilt Guild: Buchanan, Daniel $250; DeVera, Jeanelle $250 • Miss Del Norte: Hartwick, Deja $1,500 • Crescent City Women’s Club: Hendricks, Winona $750


B4 — The Daily Triplicate — Friday, June 17, 2011

Miss Corra Ramey Love you very much. Grandma Irene

Dane Noll The world is yours. Just keep the ball in the air. Gran

Gabe Bradley The world waits; go get it! Love, Mom & Dad

Robbie Wilson A Master’s Degree … we couldn’t be more PROUD of YOU! Love, Grandpa, Grandma & Auntie Bush

Miranda Duncan “You’re awesome”! We’re so proud of you. Love, your family

Cory Alvarez You’re the best! We always knew you could do it. Mom & Sisters

Alex & Zara Gastineau Wonder Twins Power — Graduate! We’re so proud! Mom & Dad

Anthony Burgess We are so happy, excited and proud! Congratulations, Anthony. All of us

Nick McBride Congratulations, Nick. We are proud of you! Love, the Gavins

David Joseph Martinez Congrats! You have an exciting future ahead. Love, Mom & Dad

Taylor Thompson We love you! Congratulations! Mom, Dad & Haylee

Derek Dean Kelley CONGRATULATIONS! Choose your path, not others! Love, Mom & Dad

Lauren Seward Congratulations, Sweetie! We are so proud. Mom, Brian, Katie & Amy

Katie Quick Other things may change us, but we start and end with family. Love, Papa & Bamma

Graysen Olson We are so proud of you, Graysen. Always stay true to yourself. Love, Mom & Greg

Casey Barrington Congratulations! We love you. Mom & Dad Clancey & Taylor

Kaitlyn Russell Congratulations, Sis! Have fun at Shasta College next year. Love, Ashley & Sarah

Kaitlyn Russell School may be over, but your education still continues. You’re our Rock Star! Love, Mom, Dad, Nana, Grandma & Grandpa Cox

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The Daily Triplicate —Friday, June 17, 2011 — B5

Katherine E. Blakely Congratulations! You did it!

Rosa Esparza You are our star. So “Legit and Pro-status”. Mom, Dad, Frank

Jaynee Rose Congratulations, Jaynee! We love you. Dad, Mom & Kathryn

Sam Cochran Humboldt State: Elementary Education Love, your proud Mom & Dad

Meghan Webb “Nothing happens unless first a dream.” ~ C. Sandberg Love you!

Andrew Parry Cupp U R Amazing and Loved Grandpa and Grandma

Cecil Arispe What you do in life echoes in eternity. We love you! Dad, Mom & Skyler

Justin Gensaw I love you, son! I am very proud of you! Mom

Angela McQuillen We are proud of you. Mom & Dad

Cody Michael Kerttula Happiness and pride. You made it, Code-man! Love, Papa and Auntie

Wynter Lyons Congratulations Baby Girl! From the family

Jaylen Coney We couldn’t be prouder. We can still holler louder. Love, Grampi & Gigi

Kristyn Rook Congrats Baby, we love you. Always trust in the Lord. Love, Dad, Mom, Trevor & Kaylie

Kaitlin Watt Congratulations! We are all so proud of you. Love you

Jalen Coney We are so proud of you for doing such great work. Keep it up. Love, Dad & Mom

Lindsay Nicole Tromble To our little Princess. We are so proud of you. Mom, Cliff & family

Brandon Kakitsuka Megan Kell Congratulations on your accomplishments. Love, Donna and John

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B6 — The Daily Triplicate — Friday, June 17, 2011

Luke Thomas Polidore Aim high, Luke! Believe, and you will achieve your dreams! Love, your family

Alyssa Castellaw So proud of you “Syssabug”. Love you bunches! Grandma & Grandpa

Danny Duncan Off for new adventures and donuts! Love, Mom & Dad

Danny Duncan And now for more pirate mischief! Love, Lizzy & Glenn

Shelby L. Camarena We are so proud of you!

Katie Quick You are so precious to us! Always remember John 3:16 Love, Mom, Dad & D

Daniel Goudelock Congratulations! You always make us proud. Love, Mom & Dad

Wyatt Anderson It’s always an adventure! The best if yet to come! Congratulations!

Wyatt Anderson I love you, son! Love, Mom

Kalie Nicole Clowers You made it baby girl! Love, your family

Dillon Wright On the right track, son. We love you. Mom, Dad & Carlie

Vanessa Alexandre We love our Farm Girl. Keep your light shining! Love, Papa & Mommy

Amanda Don Waggener We are very proud of you! We love you, Dad and Mom

Layton O’Reilley We’re very proud of you! Make good choices, have fun! Dad, Mom & Family

Zane R. Morrison We love you! Mom, Dad, Drew & Talyn

Taylor Rae Smith Don’t follow your dreams; chase them! Love, Dad, Mom, Joe & Randi

Alyssa Castellaw You’re the best daughter a mom could ask for. I love you, Mom

Brittany Emerson Congratulations, Bee! You made it! Love from all of us

Mark Hunter Standring What a Shining Star! Keep shining at BYU and always! Mom, Dad & Standrings

Brian Parmer Keep riding the waves of success! I’m proud of You! Love, Dad

Kayla Shantell Strom We love you, Lala. Congratulations.

Katey Landowski “Flying High” So proud of you! Love, Mom, Dad, Arlene, Chris, Keith, Ricky, Peter & the 3 Fatties!

TJ Scott Weej, your FAMILY is very proud of you! AWESOME JOB!

Tyler A. Brown Congratulations, Tyler! Love you, Mom, Dad and Sisters

Kaitlyn Russell Congratulations, Kaitlyn! Keep dreaming, believing and reaching for the stars! Grandpa & Grandma Cox and Nana

Devon Lynn Mitola Congratulations! We are very proud of you!!! Love, Mom & Dad

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2011 Warriorior Yearbook & Baby Grads Special Combined Section

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