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6 High School football teams reach NCS Playoffs

Selection Sunday resulted in six local high school football teams advancing to the North...

Tyla Turner dismissed from HSU women’s basketball team

ARCATA, CA- As Humboldt State women's basketball continues to prepare for the upcoming season, one key member from last year’s squad is no longer...

Cass Bell prepares for Bellator 242

ARCATA, Calif. (KIEM) - Local MMA fighter Cass Bell is set to make his return to the cage.

Sporting Seniors: Rick Bryant

Over the weekend, McKinleyville High School held their annual alumni football game against Arcata. The Tigers...

Athlete of the Week: Makaila Napolean

Eureka girls basketball is off to the second best start in four seasons. The Loggers claimed the WAIBT crown after a win against McKinleyville...

Del Norte continues to rebuild football program

CRESCENT CITY- After going 3-7 a season ago, Del Norte football wants to get back to its winning ways. While the Warriors continue to rebuild...

Stricker’s Stars: February 25th

This week, high school basketball teams started their pursuit for an NCS title. Many HDN teams made the field and many made great plays...

3 Deep Coverage: Show 4

Entering week four of the high school football season, there are still four undefeated North Coast teams. Eureka, Del Norte, St. Bernard's and South...

Athlete of the Week: Landon Gomes

The Ferndale Wildcats pulled out a win in the first round of the Lakin Tournament last week behind great pitching by sophomore Landon Gomes....

St. Bernard’s football to remain in Big 4

EUREKA, Ca (KIEM)-State football champion St. Bernard's will remain in the Big 4 Conference for another two...
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