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One-sided series
Ceres High's and Central Valley's varsity boys golf teams were supposed to play on March 3, but the Valley Oak League showdown was rescheduled due to poor weather.

The Bulldogs and Hawks faced off at River Oaks on Monday, March 22.

Ceres High upped its all-time record to 7-0 against Central Valley with a 207-276 rout.

"It's no big deal," Bulldogs head coach Scott Smith said. "We have the experience over them. We got three returners That's at least a 20-stroke advantage."

Third-year Carter Silveira fired a 6-over-par 37 to lead Ceres High (2-5). He outshot Adam Parikh, Central Valley's top player, by 22 strokes. Silveira accumulated four pars, four bogeys and one double bogey.

Bulldog teammates Vince Tomao, Tyler Story, David Brazil and Ian Couture also contributed to the victory.

Tomao had one birdie, one par, five bogeys and two double bogeys en route to firing an 8-over-par 39.

"That's his first time breaking 40," Smith said. "He struck the ball well. He cut down on bad shots."

Story (43) had two pars, two bogeys and five double bogeys.

Brazil (44) had three pars, two bogeys, two double bogeys, one triple bogey and one quadruple bogey.

Couture (44) had two pars, four bogeys, two doubles bogeys and a double-par plus one.

Tomao, Brazil and Couture weren't satisfied with their play.

"I had three kids go to the driving range after the match," Smith said. "They want to get better."

Dario Manriquez led the Hawks with a 16-over-par 47. Va Yang, Adam Parikh, Dalton Gonzales and Gilbert Martinez shot 53, 54, 59 and 63, respectively.

Manriquez and Martinez were just added to the team.