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JV football
wins 26-20

Express sports

If you want to be a champion you have to learn to deal with
adversity and if you are on a high school
JV team in any sport, especially in a small town, part of that
adversity will be
dealing with players being moved up to
The Winters High School JV football team is dealing with that right now and on Friday, Sept. 30, they overcame it.
The Warriors traveled to Angels Camp to take on Bret Harte in a non league game and pulled off a 26-20 victory over the Bullfrogs.
“We had some guys really step up last week,” said coach Mark Layne. “Adan Herrera played well on the line. I am very proud of him. He had not played in more than 10 plays all season and came in and did a great job. Kendrick Borchard also played very well at linebacker and guard.”
Some of the other adversity the Warriors had to overcome was poor tackling on defense.
“Good teams overcome mistakes and handle adversity,” Layne stated. “The kids did that on Friday night and I am very proud of them. They showed a lot of heart.”
The Warriors scores came off a 60 yard pass from Dalton Lowrie to Atlas Martinez. Martinez ran back a kick return for a 75-yard score and Anthony Jiminez had two touchdown runs of 35 and 25 yards.