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CHS girl golfers post positive results
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Ceres High School's varsity girls golf team edged out crosstown-rival Central Valley for third place at the Western Athletic Conference Championships last week.

The Bulldogs posted a team score of 462.

"I wish we would have played a little better today," Ceres High head coach Randy Cerny said. "But I'm not disappointed. We qualified for playoffs."

Bulldog Caitlin Pfaff placed second with a 25-over-par 97 on the Ranch Course at Diablo Grande on Oct. 17.

Pfaff earned 11 points and secured the WAC overall title. She beat out Central Catholic's Katherine Dunn. Caitlin finished third in the individual standings last year.

"She was up against some pretty stiff competition," Cerny said.

Ceres High's Erica Hogner, Kinsey Ward and Dania Medina shot 114, 122 and 129, respectively.

Pfaff and her Bulldog teammates completed a practice round at Diablo Grande on Oct. 15.

"It gave them a psychological advantage going into today's tournament," Cerny said.

Martina Bernal led Central Valley with a 104.

Jocelyn Camarillo (110), Marlen Diaz (124) and Wynter Bratenas (126) rounded out the Hawks' scorecard.

Ceres High and Central Valley finished ahead of Patterson (490), Los Banos (506) and Pacheco (540).

The Bulldogs, Central Catholic Raiders (407) and Livingston Wolves (450) qualified for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division-IV Tournament.

Central Valley's Bernal and Camarillo earned individual berths.