Warriors play in inaugural tournament

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It was the inaugural CIF Northern California girls soccer championship tournament, and the Winters High School girls team was in it.

Seeded number seven out of eight teams, the Warriors had to face number two Corning, the CIF Division II Section Champs.

Winters held their own and kept it a scoreless game until the last 15 minutes of play, when the Cardinals were able to put one in the net for a 1-0 win over the Warriors.

“We went with 17 healthy players and the girls played their hearts out,” said coach Kim Olivas.

Winters totaled 43 steals and had eight saves by goal keeper Victoria Olton.

Stephanie Angel had seven steals. Katie Rotenkolber and Lizette Bermudez each had five steals. Corinne McKenna and Vivian Del Toro each had four steals, Cara Baker and Michelle Reyes both had three, Molly Moore had two, while Mallory Layne, Karina Vasquez and Abbey Delao each had one.

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