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Ceres High golfers score decisive victory
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Ceres High cruised to a 21-stroke victory over Central Valley in varsity boys golf on Tuesday, April 1 at River Oaks Golf Course.

The Bulldogs won the VOL showdown 213-234.

"Every win we get against Central Valley is special because we're intra-city rivals," Ceres High coach Scott Smith said.

The Bulldogs competed without two normal starters, including No. 2 player Carter Silveira and No. 3 Jesse Trejo.

Ceres High's lineup featured Kyle Cerny, Ron Fry, David DeMers, Christian Rotondo and Vince Tomao.

Cerny earned low-medalist honors with a 7-over-par 38. The sophomore had three pars, five bogeys and one double bogey.

"He's my most improved player this year," Smith said. "He's hitting the ball straighter."

Fry shot a 41. The senior had two pars, five bogeys, one double bogey and one triple bogey.

DeMers shot a 44. The junior had one par, three bogeys and five double bogeys.

Rotondo and Tomao carded identical scores of 45.

Vince, a freshman, had one birdie, two bogeys and five double bogeys.

Christian, a junior, had six bogeys, two double bogeys and one quadruple bogey.

"The kids that don't usually play (DeMers and Rotondo) did okay," Smith said.

Alex Stavrianoudakis led the Hawks with a 9-over-par 40. Freddy Rodriguez fired a 43. Alex Morales and Sean McKee had 48s. William Woodard rounded out Central Valley's scorecard by posting a 55.