Pacheco tennis scores first league win

By David Witte / sports@losbanosenterprise.comApril 12, 2013 

The Pacheco tennis team dropped Tuesday's match against Livingston 7-2, but the Panthers are still riding high after a 5-4 win over Central Catholic over spring break.

The win was the first league victory in the program's history, and first-year coach Cory Henwood said the Panthers were excited about putting a notch in the win column.

Pacheco is 1-8 in Western Athletic Conference play, but its ranks have swelled with new tennis players this year -- including several soccer players, such as goalkeeper Marcos Vizcarra and midfielder David Posadas.

Posadas said it was something to do to stay active and in shape during the offseason.

LB sophomore baseball rolling

The Los Banos sophomore baseball team defeated Pacheco 10-0, days after taking the championship of the Jim Cantrell Tournament's JV bracket with a 2-0 win over host Hilmar.

Chris Corral pitched the complete-game shutout against Hilmar, and was named to the all-tournament team along with teammate Tyler Wilson.

The Tigers advanced to the tournament's championship with Wednesday's 15-2 win over Le Grand and Friday's 7-5 win over Patterson.

LB golf in second

Los Banos' golf team tightened its grip on second place in the WAC with a 223-261 win over Central Valley. The loss knocked CV down to third place.

The Tigers are 6-1 in league duals, its only loss a 192-230 loss to Central Catholic back in March. That, along with a second-place performance at the WAC's mid-season tournament March 28 has LB solidly in second with 22 points, four behind CC and 8 ahead of CV and Ceres.

Enterprise reporter David Witte can be reached by phone at 388-6565 or by e-mail at sports@losbanosenterprise.com

Enterprise reporter David Witte can be reached by phone at 388-6565 or by e-mail at sports@losbanosenterprise.com

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