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Ceres High golfers experience turnaround
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Ariana Medina helped lead Ceres High’s varsity girls golf team past Johansen and Los Banos in WAC play last week. - photo by Dale Butler

Ceres High’s varsity girls golf team won two of its three matches against Western Athletic Conference competition last week.

The Bulldogs improved to 6-4 in the WAC standings with a 309-355 victory against host Johansen on Thursday at Creekside.

“I’m not surprised,” head coach Brandon Dunn said while talking about his team’s success. “This year, we have five players. Last year, we lost almost every match because we only had three girls.”

Ceres High’s Ariana Medina earned low-medalist honors with a 15-over-par 51 against Johansen.

Bulldog teammates Vanessa Ramos, Alexandra Potts, Isabel Campos and Benia Torres shot 59, 63, 66 and 70, respectively.

Ceres High rolled to a 250-295 win over visiting Los Banos on Wednesday at St. Stanislaus.

Ramos led the Bulldogs with a 13-over-par 41 against Los Banos.

Medina, Potts, Campos and Torres posted scores of 49, 51, 54 and 55, respectively.

Visiting Ceres High lost 323-365 to Beyer in a makeup match on Sept. 25 at Dryden Park.

Medina paced the Bulldogs with a 24-over-par 61.

Potts (68), Ramos (75), Torres (79) and Campos (82) rounded out Ceres High’s scorecard.

The Bulldogs took fifth with a 2-8 mark during the 2017 WAC dual season.

“The girls are excited,” Dunn said. “We’re not losing before we get there (to matches). We’ve only had to forfeit once.”