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CORVALLIS, Ore. - Junior McKenzie Ford and sophomore Genevieve Ling are two of only five individuals sitting at par-or-better after the first two rounds of the Oregon State Invitational, Monday. The duo has the Boise State women's golf team within striking distance of the tournament lead heading into Tuesday's final round.

Ford followed an opening-round 2-under-par 70 with a second-round 73 (+1), and at 1-under 143, is one of only three women in the field under-par. The McKinleyville graduate is currently in third place, two strokes back of tournament leader Clare Sorensen of San Francisco at the 6,283-yard Trysting Tree Golf Club.

The Broncos fired a 3-over 291 in the opening round, tied for the second-lowest round in school history, which gave the squad a one-stroke advantage over tournament-host Oregon State. The Broncos shot 295 (+7) in the second round, concluding the day with a team score of 586 (+10).

Boise State will enter Tuesday's final round four strokes back of the Beavers, and just one stroke back of San Francisco.

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Back in 2008, the one and only table tennis club in Humboldt County was founded. The club has members from elementary students to a 93-year-old senior Olympian. News Channel 3’s Chet Davis found one couple who are partners on and off the table. It’s this week’s Sporting Seniors. 

Mac Gardner lost his battle with cancer on Tuesday.

Gardner was well known in the North Coast community and to News Channel 3 viewers. During the holiday season, Gardner would join Manny Machado with his NFL picks.


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Despite being too young for a driver's license, Areilla Adams knows how to drive better than most.  News Channel 3's Chet Davis caught up with the 12-year-old junior dragster, who's our Athlete of the Week.  

While lots of you were spending your Sunday on the couch watching some football, others started their day in Blue Lake going for a run. News Channel 3’s Chet Davis found some young runners who were excited to race. Here’s Monday’s Sporting Youth. 

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As we enter the third week of the high school football regular season, Fortuna returned home facing Arcata in the conference opener for both Big 5 teams. Eureka and Del Norte were looking to stay perfect on the season. Humboldt State and College of the Redwoods make their home debut and the experts become millionaires... We'll for a few minutes anyway.  

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A busy night on the high school football field. Seven teams were in action and we have highlights from all five North Coast games. It was the Big 5 opener for Del Norte and McKinleyville. Meanwhile, Ferndale and St. Bernard's both look to stay perfect this weekend. Humboldt State and College of the Redwoods get started on the road. And we have the always popular Question of the Week.


It's the opening week of the high school football regular season. There were a total of five HDN teams in action on Friday night. We preview the weekend action and the Question of the Week is back for another year. In the first installment, we select our picks for the Big 5 Champion.

3 Deep Coverage is back for its 11th season on News Channel 3. In the first show, we preview all nine Humboldt Del Norte high schools. We also make are way to Humboldt State and College of the Redwoods.



It's the Crabs Corner finale!  The 70th season of Humboldt Crabs baseball has come to a close and on the show we relive the final day of the season.  Plus Manager Tyson Fisher reflects on his first season as the skipper.  To close the show, the players explain how unforgettable their summers' have been in Arcata.  

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