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Bulldogs improve to 7-0
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Ceres High School's varsity girls tennis team kept its perfect Valley Oak League record intact after topping two opponents on the road last week.

The Bulldogs faced little challenge in beating crosstown rival Central Valley, 14-1, on Wednesday.

Ceres High upped its all-time record against the Hawks to 7-0.

The Bulldogs won eight singles matches and four doubles during the latest meeting.

"We never want to lose to CV," said Angie Prak, the Bulldogs' No. 2 singles player.

Prak defeated Rodriguez (6-3), Avila (6-0) and Martinez (6-0).

McKenzy Harden defeated Jessica Rodriguez (6-1), Katie Avila (6-0) and Jasmine Martinez (6-0).

Karinna Magana defeated Avila (6-2) and Martinez (6-0). She lost to Rodriguez (6-3).

Ryan Norton and Kaycee Creek defeated Mickayla Belcher and Lizette Covarrubias (10-3), and Eva Noorzai and Taylor Rogers (10-4).

Rachel Stump and Christin Ornells defeated Belcher and Covarrubias (10-1), and Noorzai and Taylor (10-5).

Ceres High knocked off previously-unbeaten Oakdale, 10-5, on Thursday.

Harden and Prak won all three of their matches and improved to 21-0 on the year.

McKenzy swept Elise Derby (6-0), Tierney Seidel (6-1) and Emily Clayton (6-0).

Prak bested Derby (6-1), Seidel (7-5) and Clayton (6-1).

"Angie's a grinder," Bulldogs head coach Bryan Harden said. "She's a do-whatever-it-takes kind of player."

Magana topped Clayton (6-1). She lost to Derby (6-1) and Seidel (6-1).

Norton and Creek secured a split in doubles play. Ryan and Kaycee beat Mariah King and Laurie Baxter (10-6). They lost to Korrine Baxter and Kristin Mello (10-3).

Stump and Ornells teamed up to beat King and Laurie Baxter (10-5) They lost to Mello and Korrine Baxter (10-3).

With the win, Ceres High moved to 7-0 in the VOL standings. The Mustangs dropped to 6-1 in conference play.