JV baseball falls short against Pioneer

Daniel Carrion slides into home plate while stealing home, in Wednesdays game against Pioneer High School.

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The Winters High School junior varsity baseball team played in a non-conference game against Pioneer High School last week.

The Warriors battled through Wednesday’s game with two hits, and Conner Ray and Diego Valencia being the only two runners on base. Pioneer made it difficult to score any runs. The majority of the game was pitched by, Joe Iten, who did a tremendous job on the mound. Iten threw three strikes outs, and continued pitching until the fifth inning when he was relieved by Tommy Guidici. Guidici threw one strike out and shut down the game keeping Pioneer to four runs. Valencia put a bright light on the game for the Warriors when he threw the ball from center field into home plate and got the out. The score of the game was 4-0, in favor of Pioneer and a loss for the Warriors.

This week the Warriors will have the week off. The next scheduled game for the Warriors will be on Tuesday, April 23 in a home conference game against Colusa High School at 4 p.m. The next game will be an away non-conference game against Sutter High School on Thursday, April 25. On Friday, April 26 the Warriors will travel to Colusa for a second conference game.


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