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CHS golf splits with league rivals
Frosh Hawks defeat Wolves
Isaiah Hidalgo and the Ceres Seahawks varsity youth football team edged the Manteca Jr. Buffaloes 41-35 on Sunday at Central Valley High School. - photo by Photo courtesy of Willie Solorio

Ceres High's varsity girls golf team won one of two matches while competing on the road this past week.

The second-place Bulldogs dropped to 6-2 in the Western Athletic Conference standings after losing 262-302 to unbeaten Livingston on Thursday at Rancho Del Rey Golf Course.

Hannah Smith and Monika Ramirez led the Bulldogs with 18-over-par 54s.

Ariana Medina, Vanessa Ramos and Rose Sammons shot 61, 66 and 67, respectively.

Ceres High edged Patterson 298-314 on the Ranch Course at Diablo Grande on Oct. 4.

Smith paced the Bulldogs with a 48.

Ramirez (55), Ramos (61), Sammons (67) and Medina (67) rounded out Ceres High's scorecard.

Ceres High's junior-varsity football team won its fourth consecutive game this past week.

The Bulldogs earned a hard-fought 20-14 victory while battling host Los Banos on Friday.
Ceres High improved to 5-1 overall and 1-0 in the WAC.

Brock DeWitt caught three passes for 33 yards and one touchdown and returned an interception 60 yards for a score in leading the Bulldogs past the Tigers.

Andrew Alcala gained 60 yards and scored one touchdown on 13 carries.

Felipe Martinez ran for 85 yards on 18 carries.

Quarterback Dalton Durossette completed 5 of 12 passes for 30 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

Angel Padilla had one interception on defense.

The Bulldogs outscored the Tigers 8-0 during the second half.

Ceres High trailed 14-12 at intermission.

Alcala's 2-point conversion run proved to be the difference in the game.

Hawks 20, Wolves 7
Central Valley's freshman football team notched its fourth straight win this past week.

The Hawks opened the Western Athletic Conference season with a 20-7 victory over host Livingston on Thursday.

Central Valley improved to 5-0-1 overall and 1-0 in the WAC standings.

Central Valley's Josiah Ramos gained 125 yards and scored one touchdown on 13 carries versus Livingston.

Ivan Martinez amassed 67 yards and one TD on eight carries.

Elias Jimenez completed 4 of 11 passes for 38 yards with one touchdown and no picks.

Raymond Lopez had an 8-yard TD catch.

Jimenez and Lopez combined for a touchdown in the first quarter.

Ramos and Martinez scored on runs of 36 and 40, respectively, during the fourth quarter.

Tigers 42, Bulldogs 6
Ceres High's freshman football team had high hopes heading into its Western Athletic Conference opener versus Los Banos.

The Bulldogs will have to wait another week to try to get their first win.

Ceres High dropped to 0-5-1 overall and 0-1 in the WAC standings after losing 42-6 to the Tigers last Thursday at Bulldog Stadium.

The Bulldogs' biggest highlight of the night was provided by Fernando Sosa.

Sosa returned a kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter.

Los Banos outscored Ceres High 29-6 in the opening half.

"They couldn't do anything wrong," Long said. "We played better in the second half."

The Bulldogs sustained their fifth straight loss.

Seahawks 41, Buffs 35
The Ceres Seahawks varsity youth football team held on for a 41-35 win over the visiting Manteca Jr. Buffaloes on Sunday at Central Valley High School.

Ceres improved to 5-2 overall and 3-1 in the Cen-Cal AFC standings.

Manteca dropped to 5-2 and 3-2.

Isaiah Hidalgo piled up 273 yards and five touchdowns on 10 carries. He scored on runs of 49, 61, 38, 32 and 62 yards.

Amare Padilla added 25 yards and one TD on five carries.

Ryan Beffa registered a team-high nine tackles.

Hidalgo intercepted one pass.

Konor Bailey set up Padilla's TD run with a fumble recovery.

The Buffaloes potential, game-winning drive stalled at Ceres' 45-yard line. Manteca turned the ball over on downs.