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Hawks drop to 0-7 in CCC
Anusha Kumar
Anusha Kumar and Central Valley’s varsity girls volleyball team will play host to Atwater tonight at 6. - photo by Dale Butler

Central Valley’s varsity girls volleyball nearly secured its first league victory of the season this past week.

The Hawks squandered a two-games-to-one lead in falling 3-2 (25-22, 16-25, 22-25, 25-7, 15-5) to Patterson on Sept. 30 in Ceres.

Kaydee Peterman collected a team-high 15 digs and three aces.

Azalia Diaz had eight digs, four kills and three aces.

Mony Chhoeum had six digs, five aces and two kills.

Anusha Kumar had five digs, four kills, one ace and one block.

Alondra Carrillo had five digs and two kills.

Phusadee Sivongxay had five digs.

Kimberly Garcia had four digs, one kill and one ace.

Sejal Malhi had one ace and one dig.

Siera Sandoval had one kill and one block.

Sam Espinoza had one kill.

Central Valley lost 3-0 (25-6, 25-21, 25-8) to Buhach Colony on Oct. 2 in Atwater.

Itzel Mendoza led the Hawks with 17 digs.

Kumar had 12 digs, three kills and one ace.

Chhoeum had four kills, two digs and one block.

Diaz had three kills, three blocks and three digs.

Anysia Lopez had three kills and three blocks.

Carrillo had one dig.

Central Valley dropped to 0-7 in the Central California Conference standings.

The Hawks will play host to the Atwater Falcons today at 6 p.m.


Unable to post a team score due to a lack of numbers, Central Valley’s varsity girls golf squad lost by forfeit to Atwater on Oct. 1 at Rancho Del Rey.

The Hawks’ starting lineup featured just four players.

Central Valley’s Amelia Daoheung earned low-medalist honors with a 47.

Hawk teammates Lina Bernal, Lucia Bernal and Sayra Rordiguez shot 66, 67 and 70, respectively.

The Falcons competed with a five-person lineup.

Lenna Foster carded a 53.

Maryann Ceja (56), Makayla Silveira (62), Emma Cruickshanks (63) and Elisabeth Garner (68) rounded out Atwater’s scorecard.

Fifth-place Central Valley dropped to 3-7 in the Central California Conference dual standings.