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Central Valley High School's varsity girls basketball team won its second straight game on Dec. 21.

The Hawks cruised to a 62-52 victory while playing host to the Mustangs of Oakdale.

Teresa Diaz scored a career-high 20 points and dished out two assists for Central Valley (5-6). She shot 57 percent (4 of 7) from 3-point range.

Mikayla Mabie tallied 15 points, 15 assists, four rebounds and two steals.

Alyssa Costa contributed 12 points, four rebounds, four steals and one assist.

Adria Robinson scored nine points and pulled down six rebounds.

The Hawks stormed out to a 32-15 lead in the opening half.

Hawks sixth in Stockton
Central Valley High School's new-look varsity boys basketball team compiled a 1-2 record on its way to finishing in sixth place at the Adidas Trojan Christmas Classic this past week in Stockton.

The Hawks lost 64-59 to Laguna Creek in the consolation finals on Dec. 23.

David Glukhovskiy led the Hawks (7-5) in scoring with 15 points.

Harinder Sidhu added 13 points.

Central Valley defeated Galt 45-29 on Dec. 22.

Sidhu had a team-high 12 points.

Central Valley lost 56-54 to eventual-champion Edison in the first round on Dec. 21.

Gurshan Chahal poured in a team-high 20 points.

Harinder Sidhu tallied 18 points.

Reuben Rodriguez contributed eight points off the bench.

Chahal, Central Valley's point guard, was selected to the all-tourney team.