Winters 10, Redding Christian 1. Taking on Los Molinos the boys soccer team dominated the field, not allowing any shots scored. The first goal was made by Kevin Reyes, assisted by Roberts. Allan Rodriguez made a goal without an assist—the only athlete to do so during this game. The final score Winters 6, Los Molinos 0. The girls soccer team returned to the field, only down four players from last year’s team (all graduating seniors). This season they will defend not only their league championship title, but also their un-scored upon league record. The Warriors battled against Dixon High School with a strong beginning. The first three goals were made by Elina Perez—her first hat trick of the season. Molly Moore put another in the net. In the second, Dixon came back strong, securing five goals to win the match. Winters put in a strong showing, but eventually fell by a score of 5-4 in favor of Dixon. They traveled to Oroville last weekend to play in the Feather River Soccer Tournament where they faced mostly Division 1 and 2 teams. They came in third place out of 16 teams, their best finish since 2015. Their only loss was to Corning who placed No. 2 in Div. 2 last season.]]>
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.