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The Winters High School girls soccer team traveled to two games and hosted one in the week of Jan. 22. On Tuesday they played in Colusa, and Wednesday played in a home game against Esparto. On Friday the Warriors traveled out to Hamilton High School. All games were in the Sacramento Valley League.
In the games against Colusa and Esparto the Warriors played with their usual strong defense, but the offense wasn’t able to score a point. Both games ended in ties, with scores of 0-0. Vivian Del Toro received the www.maxpreps.com player of the game against Esparto from Coach Kim Olivas.
“Del Toro played a complete game, seemingly everywhere on the field. She was blocking passes and shots, a virtual whirlwind. Del Toro was a disruptive force, helping to keep the league’s bigger scoring threats in check. She is a tireless, hard worker,” Olivas said.
The Warriors game against Hamilton ended in a win, with a score of 7-1. Hamilton High School is the is the first team in league to score against the Warriors. Karla Reyes received the www.maxpreps.com player of the game from Coach Olivas.
“Karla scored the most beautiful textbook goal. Setting up for a corner kick, Corinne McKenna sent it sailing to the far side of the box. Karla timed her run in perfectly heading the ball into the corner of the goal. It was the topic on the bus,” said Olivas.
The league record for the Warriors stands at 8-0-3 and they remain the number one team for the league. There will be three games in the last week of January. The first will be a home game against Durham on Monday. On Tuesday the Warriors will travel to Willows High School for a game that will start at 5 p.m. and will be streamed on Maxpreps. On Friday the Warriors will be back home to play against Williams. All three games are in the Sacramento Valley League.]]>