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Pfaff first in WAC Mid-Season tourney, leads CHS to runner-up finish
Ceres High sophomore Caitlin Pfaff continued her dominance, the Bulldogs finished behind first-place Central Catholic for the second year in a row and Central Valley took fourth at the Western Athletic Conference Mid-Season Varsity Girls Golf Tournament on Wednesday at Rancho Del Rey in Atwater.

Pfaff won the individual title with a 26-over-par 98 for Ceres High, which posted a team score of 480.

Caitlin remained undefeated in league play.

Pfaff overcame a three-stroke deficit on the back nine en route to edging out Central Catholic senior Katherine Dunn (101).

"I'm really proud of her," Bulldogs head coach Randy Cerny said. "She didn't lose her focus. She got stronger. She showed mental toughness and maturity."

Ceres High teammates Kinsey Ward, Erica Hogner and Brittany Turnbow shot 124, 125 and 133, respectively.

Central Valley had a team score of 505 at the WAC Mid-Season tourney.

Jocelyn Camarillo led the Hawks with a 43-over-par 115.

Martina Bernal (119), Marlen Diaz (133) and Wynter Bratenas (138) rounded out Central Valley's lineup.

Central Catholic (424) captured the team title.

Livingston (486), Patterson (521), Los Banos (537) and Pacheco (553) finished third, fifth, sixth and seventh.

Ceres High and Central Valley compiled 5-1 and 3-3 records, respectively, while finishing second and fourth overall in the WAC dual standings.