Crosstown-rivals Ceres High and Central Valley squared off in six varsity sports this past fall.
The Hawks experienced success versus the Bulldogs in football, volleyball and girls tennis.
Ceres High beat Central Valley in cross country and girls golf.
The Bulldogs' and Hawks' boys soccer teams split on the pitch.
Central Valley improved its all-time record against Ceres High to 8-2 with a 48-14 road victory.
The Hawks avenged a 24-7 loss from the 2014 season.
Central Valley all-purpose player Moses Ghiorso rushed for 214 yards and scored four touchdowns on 16 carries.
Fullback Jamarea Lumpkin gained 156 yards and tallied one TD on 25 carries.
Johnny Pittman added 24 yards and one score on three carries.
Reuben Rodriugez passed for 83 yards with one touchdown to Franky Ramirez.
The Hawks' defense allowed just one TD and sacked Bulldog quarterback Chris Lubinsky five times.
Lubinsky threw for 179 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions.
Austin Stiles, Ceres High's star receiver, totaled 63 yards and one TD on five receptions.
Down 14-7, Central Valley outscored Ceres High 41-0 during the final three quarters.
The Hawks (7-4, 5-1) and Bulldogs (3-7, 2-4) placed second and fifth, respectively, in the Western Athletic Conference standings.
Ceres High continued its run of dominance against Central Valley.
The Bulldogs collected their 10th straight win against the Hawks dating back to the 2011 season.
Ceres High won the Western Athletic Conference regular-season finale by 21 strokes, 160-181, on Oct. 13 at St. Stanislaus Golf Course.
Hannah Smith led the Bulldogs with a 9-over-par 37.
Hawk Janita Vongphoumy shot a 2-over-par 30.
The Bulldogs edged the Hawks, 175-186, on Sept. 15.
Savanah Beltran paced Ceres High with a 10-over-par 38.
Vongphoumy carded a 4-over-par 32.
Ceres High (7-5) and Central Valley (4-8) finished third and fifth, respectively, in the WAC.
The Bulldogs improved their all-time record versus the Hawks in WAC play to 11-1.
The Bulldogs earn a sweep of the Hawks.
Jennifer Cisneros, Josephina Trevino, Karina Torrez, Cristina Arreola and Maria Diaz helped lead Ceres High's girls team to an 18-37 victory against Central Valley.
Cisneros (23:18), Josephina Trevino (24:17), Karina Torrez (24:28), Cristina Arreola (24:39) and Maria Diaz (24:47) finished first, second, fourth, fifth and sixth, respectively.
Jocelyn Barrera (third place, 24:23) led the Hawks.
The Bulldogs (5-1) and Hawks (2-4) placed second and fifth, respectively, during the WAC dual-meet season.
Ceres High's boys team posted a 21-45 win over Central Valley.
The Bulldogs' top five finishers were Christian Linarez (second place, 18:55), Josh Madariaga (third, 19:01), Roman Acosta (fourth, 19:15), Angel Macias (fifth, 19:16) and Adalberto Rodriguez (seventh, 19:41).
Andres Rojo (first, 18:55) paced the Hawks.
Ceres High (2-4) and Central Valley (1-5) took fourth and sixth, respectively, in the conference's dual standings.
Central Valley has won its last five meetings against crosstown-rival Ceres High.
The visiting Hawks earned a Western Athletic Conference series sweep of the Bulldogs with a 6-3 road win on Oct. 15.
Central Valley took five of six singles and one of three doubles matches from Ceres High.
Teresa Diaz defeated Dominique Koeurn 6-2, 6-1 in No. 1 singles play.
Jadah Jackson defeated Andria Esho 6-2, 6-2 in No. 2 singles play.
Celest Lepe defeated Jalani Blankenship 6-0, 6-1 in No. 4 singles play.
Chelsea Flores defeated Chelsea Heras 6-3, 7-6 (7-3) in No. 5 singles play.
Claudia Martinez defeated Alicia Villegas 6-0, 6-3 in No. 6 singles play.
Vanessa Monroy and Amy Nguyen defeated Aleena Ahmed and Azia Brewster 6-4, 6-3 in No. 1 doubles play.
Bryana Lopez lost 6-2, 6-0 to Stephanie Garcia in No. 3 singles play.
Trinity Avila and Maria Rojas lost 6-0, 6-2 to Sabrina Yang and Shania Evans in No. 2 doubles play.
Nicole Munoz and Stephanie Lopez lost 6-3, 6-3 to Sarah Cuevas and Bella Rosas in No. 3 doubles play.
Central Valley bested Ceres High 7-2 on Sept. 22.
The Hawks won all six singles and one of three doubles matches.
Diaz defeated Esho 6-0, 6-0 in No. 1 singles play.
Jadah Jackson defeated Garcia 6-7 (7-9), 6-3, 6-1 in No. 2 singles play.
Lopez defeated Heras 6-7 (16-18), 6-3, 6-1 in No. 3 singles play.
Lepe defeated Villegas 6-1, 6-1 in No. 4 singles play.
Flores defeated Ahmed 6-2, 6-1 in No. 5 singles play.
Martinez defeated Brewster 6-1, 6-2 in No. 6 singles play.
Monroy and Nguyen defeated Yang and Evans 6-0, 6-1 in No. 1 doubles play.
Avila and Rojas lost 6-3, 6-3 to Rosas and Cuevas in No. 2 doubles play.
Munoz and Aileen Brambila lost 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 to Camille Vega and Vivian Moreno in No. 3 doubles play.
The Hawks improved their all-time record versus the Bulldogs to 5-15.
Central Valley compiled a 10-2 record on its way to a runner-up finish in the WAC standings.
Ceres High (6-6) placed fourth.
Central Valley beat Ceres High twice in WAC play.
The Hawks won the second meeting, 25-11, 25-11, 25-18, over the Bulldogs on Oct. 22 at Phil de la Porte Gymnasium.
Central Valley's Julia Ramsey collected 18 kills, three aces, one block and one assist against Ceres High.
Alyssa Costa added six kills, two blocks, two assists and one ace.
Mariana Garibay had four aces, one kill and one dig.
Blanca Espinoza chipped in with three digs and one dig.
Ally Hailey led the Bulldogs with seven digs and four aces.
The Hawks secured a hard-fought 25-20, 25-17, 25-13 victory over the Bulldogs on Sept. 29 at Central Valley.
Ramsey paced Central Valley with 15 kills, 11 aces and four blocks.
Ellysa Widas collected 23 assists.
Adria Robinson had four kills and one block.
Breanna Moreno had a team-high 19 digs for Ceres High.
Central Valley won 10 of 13 matches en route to a program-best second-place finish in the WAC.
Ceres High, 1-11 in the WAC in 2014, collected four wins while taking fourth this year.
Ceres High and Central Valley both earned 3-0 wins against each other.
The Bulldogs shut out the Hawks during the first meeting on Sept. 28 at Ceres High.
Adrian Espinoza collected two goals and one assist.
Osvaldo Padilla had one goal.
Goalkeeper Martin Reyes made 10 saves.
Central Valley avenged the loss on Oct. 21 at home.
Angel Aguilar scored twice.
Emmanuel Jimenez added one goal.
Cristian Gonzalez and Enrique Garcia tallied three and two saves, respectively, while splitting playing time at goalkeeper.
Ceres High (6-6-0, 18 points) edged out Central Valley (5-7-0, 15 points) for the WAC's fourth and final playoff berth.