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McKinleyville High announces 2018 Hall of Fame inductees

McKinleyville High announces 2018 Hall of Fame inductees

McKinleyville High School  McKinleyville High School is pleased to announce their Hall of Fame Inductees for 2018.  They are the 1986 Volleyball team, Travis Fleming, Class of 1994, and Sage Romberg, Class of 2010. The 1986 Volleyball team earned Hall of Fame distinction by being the only volleyball team in school history to win a

McKinleyville High Homecoming Parade, big game on Friday

McKinleyville High School’s Homecoming week started Monday and continues through the week, with the biggest day being Friday, Oct. 5. You may have noticed kids in town all dressed up differently each day.  The theme Monday was Good Morning America. Tuesday was Netflix and Pajama Day. Today, Oct. 3 is Fashion Disaster. Thursday is Jersey

HSU Rushing Leader Ja’Quan Gardner Inks Deal with San Francisco 49ers

Andrew R Goetz Humboldt State Athletics ARCATA – When the San Francisco 49ers needed to fortify their rushing attack entering the fourth and final preseason game on Thursday night they didn’t need to look far. Former Humboldt State running back and all-time rushing leader Ja’Quan Gardner signed a three-year contract with the 49ers Tuesday, Aug.

College of the Redwoods Football season opener Saturday at HSU Redwood Bowl

College of the Redwoods ARCATA – College of the Redwoods Football will host its opening game on Saturday, Sept. 1 at 1:00 p.m. CR will face Monterey Peninsula College at the Redwood Bowl on the Humboldt State University campus. Students and the public are invited to attend and cheer on the home team. Admission to

HSU to discontinue football after 2018 season

HSU Athletics HSU – Humboldt State University will discontinue its football program after the upcoming 2018 season. The move was announced earlier today, after coaches and players were informed. President Lisa Rossbacher described it as an unfortunate, but necessary, step in addressing the University’s structural deficit and protecting HSU’s core academic mission. She also emphasized

Former HSU Women’s Basketball Coach Carol Harrison passes away

Andrew R. Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA – Long-time Humboldt State basketball coach and educator Carol Harrison passed away Thursday, May 17. She was 62. Harrison is remembered by the HSU Athletics department as an avid contributor to and supporter of the Green and Gold. “Time flew by whenever I got the chance to sit next

HSU basketball’s Kindall Murie awarded fellowship grant

Andrew R. Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA – Kindall Murie was an important part of the Humboldt State women’s basketball team’s postseason run this season, but now she is earning recognition for her work off the court. Murie was awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship grant for her outstanding field research work in marine

Moulton Wins Season Opening Thriller At The Acres

  Matthew Sullivan Redwood Acres EUREKA – Mother Nature decided to be more cooperative this past Saturday night as Redwood Acres Raceway held the first race of the 2018 season. The year was set to begin the previous week on April 28 but rain prevented that from happening. All six divisions were in action on opening

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