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CHS girl golfers improve to 2-1 in WAC play
• Bulldogs top Vikings, lose to Patriots in conference play
Vanessa Ramos
Ceres High’s Vanessa Ramos shot a 43 during Thursday’s Western Athletic Conference match against visiting Johansen at St. Stanislaus Golf Course. - photo by Dale Butler

Ceres High’s varsity girls golf program secured a split in Western Athletic Conference play last week.

The Bulldogs won by forfeit against Johansen on Thursday at Stanislaus.

The visiting Vikings couldn’t post a team score due to a lack of numbers.

“Johansen only had four players,” Bulldogs’ head coach Brandon Dunn said.

Ceres High improved to 2-1 in the Western Athletic Conference standings.

The Bulldogs’ and Vikings’ individual scores counted during their showdown.

Ariana Medina led Ceres High with a 9-over-par 37.

Vanessa Ramos, Alex Potts, Benia Torres and Isabel Campos shot 43, 48, 52 and 53, respectively.

Maddy Haflich led Johansen with a 46.

Kaitlin Voravong, Sanai Mendoza and Alexandra Guzman shot 55, 58 and 62, respectively.

Ceres High lost 247-266 to Beyer on Aug. 28 at St. Stanislaus.

Medina fired a 48.

Ramos (52), Potts (52), Campos (57) and Torres (57) rounded out the Bulldogs’ scorecard.

The Patriots had four players post scores in the 40s, including Ashley Dolman (43), Kimberly Randolph (48), Isabella Perez (48) and Madison Davila (49).

Beyer’s Tatieana Mabugat carded a 59.