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Gustine’s Jadee Santoyo dishes the ball off to a teammate as Orestimba defender Taylor Gray closes in during junior varsity action Thursday.

Orestimba’s junior varsity Lady Warriors stayed unbeaten in league play this season with victories over Waterford and Gustine last week.

The Lady Warriors, who have wrapped up the junior varsity Southern League championship, took an 11-0 league mark into Tuesday night’s season finale at Delhi.

Head coach Scott Felber said going undefeated in league play was a goal the JV Lady Warriors took into the season - and that the squad has worked hard to achieve that objective.

They, like the varsity team, have elevated their game with a dedicated work ethic, Felber said.

“The varsity team works with the JV team to make them better, and they all learn from each other,” the coach commented.

Orestimba closed out last week with a 43-16 win at Gustine. Gustine kept it close at 6-2 through one quarter, only to see the Lady Warriors take control with a 15-0 second-quarter run.

Grace McCauley had a big night for Orestimba, leading the way with 20 points. Allison Trovao put up seven points, Taylor Gray netted six, Adriana Rocha and Rosa Parkin each scored four and Joslyn Sotelo added two points.

OHS 40, Waterford 10

Orestimba rolled past visiting Waterford earlier in the week.

The Lady Warriors jumped out to a 14-0 first-quarter lead and never looked back.

McCauley put up 17 points to lead Orestimba. Alia Valenzuela had eight points, Rocha finished with six, Trovao scored five, and Sotelo and Parkin added two points each.

GHS 31, Delhi 14

Delhi was no match for Gustine last Tuesday.

Alondra Ortiz paced the Lady Reds with nine points, Lily Cocio netted seven, Addy Terra and Ryanne Kuden each put up four points, Allison Rowlett was in the book with three and Karina Rosales and Abby Crisantos added two points each to round out the scoring.