WHS cross country, leaders of the pack 

Winters High School Cross Country team starts first race.

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The Winters High School cross country team traveled to Williams for their first meet in the Mid-Valley League. At the meet the Warriors had 19 runners competing against over 100 runners from nine other school. The Warriors competed with five varsity boys, seven junior varsity boys, six junior varsity girls and one varsity girl. WHS could not place in the girls varsity run, as five runners are needed to qualify to place. Coach Jason Davis said that the whole team competed and did well for the first meet, which is one of the more important aspects of the day. On Wednesday all the runners ran a 3.3 mile course. On the boys varsity team the Warriors came in second with 38 points to Colusa with 25 points. The Warriors were anchored by Brandon Colter, who came in first and almost a minute faster than anyone else, and Jaxson Davis, who came in third The Warriors boys junior varsity team came in first with 25 points. The second place team was Colusa with 30 points. The four runners who anchored the team were Christain Hernandez in second, Marcus Lopez in third, Alberto Duran in fifth and Grayson Roberts in sixth. The girls junior varsity team came in second with 28 points to Colusa’s 27 points. Three freshman solidified the Winters team’s placing. Liliana Rodriguez came in first, followed by Ava Skinner in fifth and Yarethzy Sanchez in sixth.   Coach William Davis said he was impressed with the self-set goals of the team. He is looking forward to helping the individual runners set performance goals for the season.  The next scheduled cross country meet is on Wednesday, Oct. 2 at the Arbuckle Golf Club. This event might be cancelled. If it is, Williams High School will take over hosting duties and the location will be in Williams.]]>

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