Jones is named MVP of elite tournament

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It was a successful week for the Winters High School varsity girls basketball team as they went 2-1 in the Vacaville Elite Tournament on Dec. 21-23, finishing in second place.

JorDann Jones was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player after averaging 16 points per game.

Winters started with a 49-14 blowout over Delta High School on Thursday, Dec. 21. Jones led the Warriors with 12 points, two rebounds, one assist and five steals.

AliAnn Iten scored 9 points, had eight rebounds, three blocks and three steals. Sheila Mora scored 8 points and had five rebounds. Makenzie Tuttle scored 6 points, had an assist and a steal.

Alexis Garcia scored 6 points, had two rebounds and one assist. Marin Spalding scored 4 points and had one assist. Anne Guidici scored 4 points, had a block, a steal and one assist.

Winters improved to 2-0 in the tournament in game two with a 60-26 victory over Aspire Langston Hughes Academy on Friday, Dec. 22, to advance themselves into the championship game. The Warriors had three players score in double digits in the win.

Mora led all scorers with 17 points, with three rebounds, two assists and two steals. Jones scored 16 points and had a rebound, two assists and seven steals. Iten scored a double-double with 14 points, pulled down 12 rebounds, had two blocks, four assists and a steal. Garcia scored 5 points, had four rebounds and one assist. Guidici scored 4 points and had a rebound. Valarie Soto scored 2 points and had a steal and Tuttle scored 2 points, had two rebounds, a steal and one assist.

On Saturday, Dec. 23, the Warriors faced Truckee for the tournament title and lost 62-47. Jones led the team with 21 points, had four rebounds an assist. Mora scored 12 points, had four rebounds, one assist and two steals. Garcia scored 8 points, had two rebounds, a steal and one assist. Iten scored 6 points, had 11 rebounds, two blocks and two assists and Tuttle grabbed two rebounds.

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