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Ceres High alumni baseball game on tap
Ceres High School's freshman baseball team lost twice to Tracy in independent league play this past week.

The Bulldogs totaled just four hits and committed more than 10 errors.

"We couldn't get anything going," head coach Robert Cervantez said.

Ceres High dropped to 6-5 on the year.

The Bulldogs have improved in several areas this season.

"The last couple of games have been positive," Cervantez said. "They've been getting better attitude wise. They're starting to work together as a team."

Host Ceres High dropped the second game, 10-0, to Tracy on Wednesday.

Dylan Canatsy collected the Bulldogs' lone hit on offense, a double in the bottom of the fourth inning.

Canatsy also pitched. He allowed 11 hits and struck out two in three innings.

"He did alright," Cervantez said. "We just made a lot of errors behind him."

Ceres High fell 13-1 at Tracy in five innings on Monday, April 18.

The Bulldogs tallied their lone run in the top of the fourth inning.

Canatsy walked and later scored on Angel Garcia's single.

Ceres High was limited to three hits on offense.

Canatsy and Dominic Durossette both singled.

The Bulldogs will close out the 2011 season on Thursday, May 5. Ceres High will play host to the Pacheco Panthers at 4 p.m.


Former Bulldog players will reunite when they participate in the Ceres High School Alumni Baseball Game this Saturday at Art McRae Field.

Event organizers used the popular social network Facebook to draw interest.

"I think it's going to be a pretty impressive turnout," varsity head coach Bret Durossette said.

The contest will begin at noon.

Batting practice will be held at 10 a.m.

Donations are being accepted in lieu of a $40 per player fee.

Participants are invited to Alfonso's Mexican Grill for food and drinks afterwards.


The Ceres Hawks Wrestling Club will be holding a fundraiser at the 2236 Mitchell Road Self Serve Car Wash from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday.

"They gave us unlimited access for three hours," coach Oscar Peral said.

The Hawks will be hosting their first-ever tournament on Saturday, May 7 at Central Valley High School.

The event will get underway at 9 a.m.

Volunteers with experience are needed. For more information, contact Jorge Saucedo at 765-6695.