Central Valley’s varsity girls volleyball team fell to 0-2 in the Central California Conference standings after losing 3-2 to El Capitan on Sept. 5 in Ceres.
The visiting Gauchos prevailed, 25-18, 25-19, 25-20.
“We have had some incredibly close losses. We just need to finish stronger.”Coach Regina Selfridge
“We have had some incredibly close losses,” Hawks’ head coach Regina Selfridge said. “We just need to finish stronger.”
Anusha Kumar led Central Valley with four digs and two kills.
Nayeli Ramos had three kills.
Brianna Quiroz and Alyssa Maeyama chipped in with two kills apiece.
El Capitan improved to 8-4 and 3-0.
Dawgs fall twice
Ceres High’s varsity girls volleyball team dropped two league matches in a three-day span on the road last week.
“The league has tougher teams this year,” said Alyssa Stiles, a third-year standout with the Bulldogs. “Once we figure out our rotation, we’ll become a stronger team. We have a lot of potential.”
The Bulldogs fell to 0-3 in the Western Athletic Conference standings after losing 3-2 at Johansen on Thursday.
Beyer shut out visiting Ceres High 3-0 on Sept. 4.
“We all tried really hard,” Stiles said. “It was a learning experience for us. I’m not worried. I have confidence in my team. We’ll be able to grow together and do better.”
Central Valley’s varsity girls golf team broke into the CCC win column last week.
The Hawks improved to 1-3 in the conference standings with a 259-261 victory on Thursday at St. Stanislaus.
Amelia Daoheoung led Central Valley with a 40.
Alex Potts shot a 48 during the Ceres High varsity girls golf team’s 304-340 win over host Pacheco on Sept. 4 at Pheasant Run.
The Bulldogs improved to 2-1 in the Western Athletic Conference.