Varsity baseball dominate over Pioneer 11-1

Diego Valencia at bat in Wednesdays game against Pioneer High School.

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Out of the three games scheduled last week the Winters High School varsity baseball team played one. The two games against Live Oak High School were canceled and recorded as forfeit wins for the Warriors. Students at Live Oak have been battling illness and attendance issues, the coach and team have had a difficult time fielding a team for games, thus the team has been folded. On Wednesday, April 10 the Warriors played their only game this week. In Wednesday’s game the Warriors traveled to Pioneer High School for an away non-conference game. The Warriors hit in two runs in the first inning. At the end of the top of the fifth inning the Warriors had knocked in nine more runs. Daniel Carrion pitched all five innings allowing only the one run, off a balk with a runner on third. Carrion threw four strikeouts, and two three ball counts. Carrion only allowed three hits off 56 pitches and had no innings over 14 pitches. The final score of the game was 11-1, a win for the Warriors. The Warriors are slated to play in the Sutter Spring Classic tournament this week. The Warriors first two games will be neutral tournament games against Oroville High school and Durham High School, on Monday, April 15. [gallery jnewsslider="true" ids="772390,772391"]]]>

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