Varsity basketball bouncing back

Dalton Lowrie plays in a home basketball game against Colusa High School, on Tuesday, January 8.

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The Winters High School Varsity Basketball team played two league games and a non-conference game this last week. After the Warriors came back from winter break it seemed that they had lost their groove, but after a couple of games they found it again. They lost two games and won one. Winters High school hosted Colusa High School on Tuesday, Jan. 8 in a Sacramento Valley League Game. The Warriors tried all night to make their shots, but they could not find the zone until the last two minutes of the game. It was still not enough. The scoring was led by Ruben Valencia and Jeremy Alberg. Jordan Cobaugh and Mason Schroeder each had six, Ryan Stone and Ethan Berg shot four points each. The final score was 70-44, a loss for the Warriors. The Warriors then traveled to a game hosted by Woodland Christian, which was a conference game. The Warriors scoring was lead by Berg with 21 points and Alberg with 5. The rest of the points scored by the Warriors were contributed by Cobaugh, Stone, Valencia and Dalton Lowrie. The final score was 51-50 a loss for the Warriors. The Warriors third game of the week was a Sacramento Valley League game, where the Warriors traveled North on I-5 to Willows High School. The Warriors really came out fighting in this one. The final score was 54-42. The Warriors won the the game in overtime, when they added 12 points to their score and shut the Honkers out. This week the Warriors traveled to Wheatland High School on Monday, Jan. 14 in a Sacramento Valley League game. On Wednesday, January 16 the Warriors will host Pierce High School in a Sacramento Valley League game. The game was originally scheduled to be played this Friday.]]>

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