Varsity football takes Offense and Defense MVPs

Coach Daniel Ward’s team this season was one of the best offensively in the history of Winters High School. The number of all league picks outnumbered that of anybody else in the league.
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Front row (kneeling): Matt Moore, Aiden Cruz, Anthony Jimenez. Back row (standing): Tony Garcia, Atlas Martinez, Gary Molina, Evan Judd, Ivan Santana, Dalton Lowrie, Aaron Mendoza, Daniel Carrion, Gary Molina, Devon Brown, Cooper Andres

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The Winters High School football team came together, post season at the Winters Fire Department for their Awards Banquet. The Warriors had a lot to celebrate after a season record that ended at 10-2, and there were plenty of awards to go around. Coach Daniel Ward’s team this season was one of the best offensively in the history of Winters High School. The number of all league picks outnumbered that of anybody else in the league. This team of Warriors also received both Offense and Defense MVPs from the League, which was exciting for team and well deserved. The amount of awards given and both MVPs is rare, and has not happened at Winters High School since 2014.

“We had an amazing senior class and we will have a lot of big shoes to fill, none bigger than quarterback/defensive back Daniel Carrion who broke several career passing and rushing records over his three seasons as the varsity quarterback,” stated Ward.

The following Warriors received the first all league team: Carrion offensive MVP, Gary Molina defense MVP, Evan Judd, Dalton Lowrie, Atlas Martinez, Anthony Jimenez, Cooper Andres and Ivan Santana.

The varsity team players also received several other awards. Devin Brown got the Jack Delbar Coaches Award. Lowrie received the John Kammerer Coaches Award, and Jimenez got the Paul Zinselmeir Coaches Award. Aaron Mendoza was presented  with the Warrior for Life Award and Judd got the Iron Warrior Award. Carrion was also awarded the Scholar Athlete Award along with the league Offensive MVP award.

The Junior Varsity team was also recognized, starting with the Coaches’ Award going to Matt Moore. Tony Garcia was named the Offensive MVP, and Aiden Cruz was named Defensive MVP.

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