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Sunday, December 16, 2018

HumSport: Your Week in Sports Photos

Posted By on Sun, Dec 16, 2018 at 1:39 PM

A rain-soaked Eureka Logger crowd at Albee Stadium celebrated a mud splattered victory Saturday night over previously unbeaten Las Lomas, 21-0, in the semifinal round of the North Coast Section D-III playoffs. - JOSE QUEZADA
  • Jose Quezada
  • A rain-soaked Eureka Logger crowd at Albee Stadium celebrated a mud splattered victory Saturday night over previously unbeaten Las Lomas, 21-0, in the semifinal round of the North Coast Section D-III playoffs.

Local photographer Jose Quezada has launched a pair of new websites, HumSport and HumLook, showcasing the work of local photographers. Photographers will be uploading galleries of photos on both sites regularly, showcasing their best images of local sports, cultural events and landscapes. High-resolution downloads of the images are also available for $5 apiece.

The Journal is partnering with Quezada and the sites to bring you regular slideshows offering a glimpse of what these photographers have captured. The below slideshow is from HumSport. To see more or to purchase downloads of any of these images, visit www.HumSport.com.

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Friday, November 30, 2018

HumSport: Your Week in Sports Photos

Posted By on Fri, Nov 30, 2018 at 11:43 AM

The annual Jogg'N Shoppe Turkey Trot cleared out some appetite for runners who toot off early Thanksgiving morning from Second and F streets in Old Town, Eureka. - JOSE QUEZADA
  • Jose Quezada
  • The annual Jogg'N Shoppe Turkey Trot cleared out some appetite for runners who toot off early Thanksgiving morning from Second and F streets in Old Town, Eureka.

Local photographer Jose Quezada has launched a pair of new websites, HumSport and HumLook, showcasing the work of local photographers. Photographers will be uploading galleries of photos on both sites regularly, showcasing their best images of local sports, cultural events and landscapes. High-resolution downloads of the images are also available for $5 apiece.

The Journal is partnering with Quezada and the sites to bring you regular slideshows offering a glimpse of what these photographers have captured. The below slideshow is from HumSport. To see more or to purchase downloads of any of these images, visit www.HumSport.com.

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Thursday, November 15, 2018

A Wild Night of Eureka High Football (with video)

Posted By on Thu, Nov 15, 2018 at 12:16 PM

Eureka High School - ECS
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  • Eureka High School
It was a stag-gering experience for some folks at last Friday’s Eureka High School football game against De Anza when an unexpected visitor took the field, much to the apparent delight of folks in the stands by the sounds of the video.

Watch the video by Sally Graham below:
The Loggers, by the way, handily won the game 66 to 20.
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Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Fans Say Goodbye to HSU Football (With Video)

Posted By on Tue, Nov 6, 2018 at 11:21 AM

HSU football game - SA from Sam Armanino on Vimeo.

For the past three seasons of Humboldt State University football, Bennie Marzett and his family have made the nine hour drive from Bakersfield to Arcata to watch his son play. With the exception of one absence by his mother, Deborah Marzett, defensive back Patrick Marzett’s parents haven’t missed a Lumberjacks home football game. On Nov. 3, they remained dedicated and watched their son and the entire Jacks program play their final football game at the Redwood Bowl.

“We’ve got to support our athletes. Our son, plus the team,” Bennie Marzett said. “We support the whole organization.”

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Saturday, November 3, 2018

HumSport: Your Week in Sports Photos

Posted By on Sat, Nov 3, 2018 at 1:59 PM

Athena Miller, striker with the Eureka Loggers, watches her kicked ball go into the nets for a goal as Arcata Tiger goalie Sophia Belton stretches out in dismay. - JOSÉ QUEZADA
  • José Quezada
  • Athena Miller, striker with the Eureka Loggers, watches her kicked ball go into the nets for a goal as Arcata Tiger goalie Sophia Belton stretches out in dismay.

Local photographer Jose Quezada has launched a pair of new websites, HumSport and HumLook, showcasing the work of local photographers. Photographers will be uploading galleries of photos on both sites regularly, showcasing their best images of local sports, cultural events and landscapes. High-resolution downloads of the images are also available for $5 apiece.

The Journal is partnering with Quezada and the sites to bring you regular slideshows offering a glimpse of what these photographers have captured. The below slideshow is from HumSport. To see more or to purchase downloads of any of these images, visit www.HumSport.com.
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Sunday, September 30, 2018

HumSport: Your Week in Sports Photos

Posted By on Sun, Sep 30, 2018 at 9:46 AM

Fortuna High School Husky Levi Nyberg carries the ball for big - yardage in front of a homecoming crowd against the previously unbeaten Del Norte Warriors. Fortuna won the Friday night game, 62-32. - JOSE QUEZADA
  • Jose Quezada
  • Fortuna High School Husky Levi Nyberg carries the ball for big yardage in front of a homecoming crowd against the previously unbeaten Del Norte Warriors. Fortuna won the Friday night game, 62-32.

Local photographer Jose Quezada has launched a pair of new websites, HumSport and HumLook, showcasing the work of local photographers. Photographers will be uploading galleries of photos on both sites regularly, showcasing their best images of local sports, cultural events and landscapes. High-resolution downloads of the images are also available for $5 apiece.

The Journal is partnering with Quezada and the sites to bring you regular slideshows offering a glimpse of what these photographers have captured. The below slideshow is from HumSport. To see more or to purchase downloads of any of these images, visit www.HumSport.com.
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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

49ers Sign Former Lumberjack Ja'Quan Gardner

Posted By on Tue, Aug 28, 2018 at 2:34 PM

Wide receiver Chase Krivashei and tailback Ja'Quan Gardner celebrate a touchdown in 2015. - FILE
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  • Wide receiver Chase Krivashei and tailback Ja'Quan Gardner celebrate a touchdown in 2015.
Former Humboldt State running back Ja’Quan Gardner today signed a three-year contract with the 49ers, according to the team.

Gardner made his mark as a Lumberjack, appearing in 42 games in which he broke campus records and was an integral part of the 2015-2016 football team that saw HSU rack up its first post-season win since 1968.


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Thursday, July 26, 2018

Crabs vs. Ringtails and Rooting for the Other Guy

Posted By on Thu, Jul 26, 2018 at 5:45 PM

Crabs celebrate one of their 25 runs on Tuesday night - MATT FILAR
  • Matt Filar
  • Crabs celebrate one of their 25 runs on Tuesday night

Tuesday night’s game was one of the cruelest shellackings I have ever seen in any sport. The Redding Ringtails, obstructed by the Carr fire
currently ravaging the Whiskeytown area, were only able to field nine of their own players. They picked up a 10th body, a young man from Eureka
High School known to the score reporter only as No. 37.

No. 37 played well but was of only minimal help as the Ringtails tallied more errors than hits (five and four respectively) and the Crabs cruised to a 25-0 victory in the first of a two-game series. Our crustaceans scored in seven of eight innings in which they hit, scoring a game-high seven runs in both the fifth and seventh innings, and another six in the fourth.

McCarthy Tatum went 4-6 at the plate, hit a truly gratuitous grand slam (for four of his nine RBIs) and was one double away from hitting for the cycle. Wesley Ghan-Gibson, too, was hot Tuesday night. He went 3-6 and clocked four RBIs of his own. On the other side of the ball, Alex Trautner pitched seven strong innings, striking out 10 batters and only allowing four hits and one walk. His ERA sits at a tidy 1.67. Santiago Cantu came in for the final two innings and secured the shutout.

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Jacks Football Over After 2018 Season

Posted By on Tue, Jul 17, 2018 at 1:32 PM

The 2018 season marks the end of Jacks football. - FILE
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  • The 2018 season marks the end of Jacks football.
Just seven months after what seemed like a miracle save of the Humboldt State University football program, President Lisa Rossbacher announced today that 2018 will be the last season after all.

In the announcement, Rossbacher describes the reversal of fortune for the Jacks team as an “unfortunate, but necessary, step in addressing the university’s structural deficit and protecting HSU’s core academic mission.”

She also says a private fundraising effort to save the program fell short of its $500,000 target — raising $329,000 — despite an extended time line. Read more about the community effort in the Journal’s Dec. 7, 2017, story “Boosters Connect on Hail Mary, Save HSU Football.


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Monday, July 9, 2018

Crabs Eat Gumbo from Walnut Creek

Posted By on Mon, Jul 9, 2018 at 7:44 PM

Santiago Cantu and Kenton Carruthers stunting before the game - MATT FILAR
  • Matt Filar
  • Santiago Cantu and Kenton Carruthers stunting before the game

If any time during the Crabs short 49-game season can be called the Dog Days, it is now. On the heels of Independence Day, with Oyster Fest and Father’s Day far off in the rear-view mirror, Crabs players and fans alike need to dig deep and show their mettle. This past series against the Walnut Creek Crawdads showed some fan fatigue and great resilience by the players.

It sometimes feels like I’m writing the same piece over and over again. The Crawdads, like the California Expos and B-52s before them, were a solid defensive team, who put the ball in play well but to little effect and were betrayed by some poor late-game pitching, and so fell to our exoskeletal pals.

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