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CHS boys even record at 2-2
•Bulldogs bounce back
Jeremy Kier
Freshman goalkeeper Jeremy Kier totaled 32 saves during the Ceres High varsity boys water polo team’s victories over Los Banos and Pacheco in Western Athletic Conference play this past week. - photo by Dale Butler

Ceres High’s varsity boys water polo team lost by a combined score of 29-2 to Beyer and Johansen during the opening week of Western Athletic Conference play.

The Bulldogs rebounded with a pair of victories last week. “We needed to get a couple wins under our belt to stay in the chase for that third position,” coach Bill Campbell said. 

Fourth-place Ceres High evened its conference record at 2-2 after beating visiting Los Banos 7-3 on Thursday.

Freshman goalkeeper Jeremy Kier had 14 blocks.

Elliott Lewis led the Bulldogs in scoring with six goals.

Ryan Baranski had one goal.

Kier totaled 18 saves during Ceres High’s 7-4 victory at Pacheco on Sept. 18.

Lewis poured in six goals.

Adam Rantz scored once.

“We played very well both games. We executed everything we’ve been working on.”
Coach Bill Campbell

“We played very well both games,” Campbell said. “We executed everything we’ve been working on.”

Kier totaled 32 saves in conference play last week.

“Those are two of his best games he’s had this year,” Campbell said. “He’s working hard. He still has a lot to learn about the game.”