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The girls Junior Varsity basketball team hosted two games to start off the week. The games were against Pioneer High School of Woodland, and East Nicolaus. Both were non-conference games. At the end of the week the Warriors traveled to Rio Vista. “We now have a 3-3 record. We played three aggressive teams this week and at times handled their pressure defense effectively, but we need to be more consistent,” said Coach Tom Crisp. He continued to say, “We need to pass more and dribble less against zone pressure and our passing needs to be sharper.” The Warriors started the week off on Monday when they played Pioneer High School in a home non-conference game. The majority of points for the game was from Gianna Carrion. The game resulted in a loss. The final score was 39-30. In the second game the Warriors played East Nicolaus in a non-conference game. The game was a loss with a final score of 50-19. The Warriors went head to head with the East Nic powerhouse. They controlled both sides of the ball, and didn’t leave many openings for the Warriors to make many shots.   At the end of the week the Warriors traveled to Rio Vista, for a non-conference game. The score mostly was shot by Riley Schroeder with nine points and Sierra Berry coming in a close second with eight points. Coach Crisp stated, “The challenges we faced this week definitely pointed out some areas of our game which need more work.” There will be no game next week for the girls Junior Varsity Basketball team.  The Warriors will have a break until after the first of the year. The next game will be on Saturday, Jan. 5. It will be a home non-conference game for “Find-A-Cure night.”  ]]>

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