After a four-day break, the Warriors resumed practicing this evening.
The Warriors, who have a bye this weekend, began the 90-minute workout in late afternoon and ended under the lights at the Ching Athletic Complex.
The drills were light contact, although they probably will intensify for Friday’s practice.
“I’m refreshed,” slotback John Ursua said. “It feels good to be able to have a bye and take my mind off a little bit and refocus what our goal is now as a team and show what we are, how we can bounce back from this.”
After a 6-1 start, the Warriors have lost four in a row. They need one more victory to ensure a winning 13-game regular season and earn the accompanying berth in the Hawaii Bowl.