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Ceres High boys continue crosstown dominance
Bulldogs beat Hawks for 15th straight time
Hawk Diego Martinez fired a 14-over-par 45 versus the Bulldogs last week. - photo by DALE BUTLER/The Courier

Ceres High School's varsity boys golf team has never lost to Central Valley during Western Athletic Conference head-to-head competition.

The Bulldogs compiled a 2-0 record against the Hawks in 2013, winning a pair of matches by a combined four strokes.

Ceres High beat Central Valley for the 15th straight time this past week.

The Bulldogs posted a 212-217 victory over the Hawks on Wednesday at River Oaks Golf Course.

"I'm proud of them," Ceres High head coach Scott Smith said. "We kept our streak intact."

The second-place Bulldogs improved to 4-1 in the WAC.

Central Valley (3-2) dropped to third place in the league standings.

Bulldog Dominic Durossette had three pars, five bogeys and one double bogey while firing a season-best 7-over-par 38.

Andre Torres and Justin Moore posted identical rounds of 43.

Torres birdied the 16th hole.

Ceres High teammates Matt Thornberry (44) and James Cervantez (44) had matching scores as well.
"I was focused more," Durossette said. "They're our No. 1 rival. You got to step up your game. We all stepped up our game. It feels really good beating Central Valley no matter what sport it is. It's like you won the Lottery."

Hawk Anthony Bonales carded a 2-over-par 33.

He had seven pars and two bogeys.

Bonales parred holes No. 10-15.

Diego Martinez and Carlos Alfonso both shot 45.

Jacob Craig (47) and Cameron Ahart (47) rounded out Central Valley's scorecard.

"It was close again," Bonales said. "We're closing the gap. We have one more match against them. We'll see what happens. The only time we've beaten them was during the WAC mid-year tournament last season."