A tough week for Varsity girls basketball

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The Winters High School Varsity girls basketball team played two league games and a non-conference game this last week. They lost the three games. The Warriors hosted Colusa High School on Tuesday, Jan. 8, The two teams seemed to be a pretty even match, and the first half ended in a score of 13-11 in favor of Colusa. The Warriors played well on both sides of the ball. They were getting rebounds and making blocks defensively. Offensively the Warriors moved the ball down court quickly, passes were rarely intercepted and shots were being made. The scoring was lead by Macie Newcomb with 10 points, followed by AliAnn Iten with six points and Makynsie Tuttle with five points. The final score for the game was 33-25 in favor of Colusa.   Later in the week the Warriors traveled to the Woodland Fairgrounds where they played Woodland Christian. The score at the end of first half 21-8. Woodland came back out in the second half and controlled both offense and defense. The outcome of the game was a loss for Winters. The third game of the week was against Willows in a Sacramento Valley League game.  The Warriors played hard and tried to keep up with the fast paced Honkers. But, it was not to be for the Warriors. The game ended in a loss. The Warriors will host Wheatland High School on Monday in a Sacramento Valley League Game. The Warriors were scheduled to travel to Pierce High School for a Sacramento Valley League game on Friday. The game has been postponed due to Pierce High School Alum Natalie Corona’s Funeral.]]>

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