Ceres High School's varsity girls soccer team had a solid showing at crosstown-rival Central Valley's Spring Bash Tournament.
The Bulldogs accumulated two wins and one loss en route to a second-place finish in Ceres.
"I can't remember the last time Ceres High placed at a tournament," head coach Miguel Saldate said. "I'm very happy. We did very well. It was a good experience."
Ripon edged Ceres High 3-2 in a penalty-kick shootout during the title game on Saturday.
Cristina Arreola and Lisette Carretero accounted for the Bulldogs' two goals.
Goalkeeper Angelmarie Coral had five saves.
Coral totaled a career-high 15 saves in Ceres High's 3-0 victory over Central Valley on Saturday.
Breanna Moreno led the Bulldogs in scoring with two goals.
Carretero added one goal.
Arreola, Adilene Alberto and Karina Torrez propelled Ceres High past Linden during Friday's 3-0 penalty-kick victory.
Coral totaled eight saves.
The Bulldogs solidified their starting lineup last week.
Host Central Valley did not place.
The Hawks compiled a 1-2-0 record.
Central Valley beat Pacheco. The Hawks lost to the crosstown Bulldogs and Patterson Tigers.
Mariana Garibay collected a team-leading two goals and two assists.