Varsity boys lose three straight during a busy week

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Winters High School traveled this week and played in three games. The Warriors had a week of playing teams that were stronger and faster, with demoralizing outcomes. The Varsity boys basketball team first traveled to St. Helena on Tuesday, Dec. 4. The game was a loss with a final score of 60-48. Later in the week the Warriors traveled to Roseville for the Buck Bailey Tournament. There they played Oakmont and lost with a score of 65-37, and then played Casa Robles and lost with a score of 50-44. In Tuesday’s game against St. Helena Jeremy Alberg led with 20 points. He was followed by Reuben Valencia with 10 points. Jason Cobaugh had eight points and Ethan Berg closed off the majority scoring with seven points. The Warriors had 12 offensive rebounds and 19 defensive. They did a great job capitalizing on their possessions of the ball but in the end it was not enough. The Warriors made a strong effort, but were dominated in speed and strength. Later in the week the Warriors play the Oakmont High School from Roseville. The Warriors’ second game this week was even more difficult. Alberg had 15 points all from outside the three point line. Valencia had eight points, Berg had seven points, with Cobaugh’s five points and Dalton Lowrie’s two closing out the Warriors’ scoring. Oakmont ended the first quarter with a seven point lead and increased it in each quarter following. The Warriors maintained control of the rebounds with seven offensive and 21 defensive.  On Friday, Dec. 7 the Warriors played Casa Robles. The leader in points was Alberg and rebounds were led by Valencia.      There will be three games next week for the boys Varsity Basketball team. The next game will be on Tuesday, Dec. 11, when the Winters Warriors will travel to East Nicolaus. On Thursday, Dec. 13, the Warriors will host Esparto and on Friday, Dec. 14 they will host Rio Vista.]]>

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