Justice Madsen, a junior on the Winters High School varsity football team, is the Pisani’s Athlete of the Week. “Justice has really stepped up his game. The last three weeks he has carried the ball almost 20 times a game and done a phenomenal job for us,” said head coach Daniel Ward. “He truly loves the game of football and it shows out on the field every Friday night. He has worked extremely hard this offseason and it’s nice to see all of his hard work pay off. He is an unbelievable role model for our younger kids and can’t wait to see what he does the rest of the year.” According to Ward, Madsen is their second leading tackler at linebacker and has quickly become one of the best running backs in the section. “He has almost 800 yards of offense and six (touchdowns) this year and he didn’t start until week four,” said Ward.
Winters Public Safety Festival planned Saturday
The Winters Police Department has partnered with other local public safety agencies for the third annual Winters Public…
October 5, 2017
Immigrants treated as ‘alien enemies’
Winters once boasted a prosperous Japanese community, which tragically burned on Aug. 1, 1942 when the United States was celebrating victory over Japan. While the cause of the fire has never been determined, Winters saw discrimination toward Japanese Americans following the war.
January 17, 2018
Athlete of the Week, June 6
Albert Ramos, a senior on the Winters High School track team is this week’s athlete of the week.…
June 6, 2018
Winters Public Safety Report, June 13
Police June 1: 5 p.m., On the Creek Walk, money was stolen from a victim. The case is…
June 14, 2018