The Palm Desert girls’ golf team continued its dominance through the Desert Valley League with another league victory over La Quinta at Indian Springs Country Club Wednesday, carding a team total 202 to the Blackhawks’ 256.
The Aztecs’ Madison Walker finished low-medalist with a 36, followed by teammates Lily Rodriguez and Madison Rincon with 39s, Madison Vance’s 43 and Dana Condon’s 45.
La Quinta was led by Avalon Woodward’s 40, along with a 42 from Mariah Moon, a 51 from Jourdan Flynn, a 60 from Jordan Nadler and a 63 from Valerie DeLePaz.
The Blackhawks (5-4, 3-2) host Walnut Monday at the La Quinta Resort.
Rancho Mirage 3, Coachella Valley 0: The Rattlers defeated the Arabs in straight sets 25-19, 25-20, 25-22. Kylie Davenport led the Rattlers with six kills and four aces, while Kaley Perez added two aces and 16 digs.
Despite the loss, Miranda Torres led the Arabs with seven kills, one block and one ace, along with Leslie Flores, who added four kills and 14 digs.
Coachella Valley plays next on Monday against Desert Mirage at 5:30 p.m., and the Rattlers play next at Twentynine Palms.
Desert Mirage 3, Desert Hot Springs 0: The Rams won their first league match of their season in a sweep, defeating the Golden Eagles 25-9, 25-16, 25-13.
Genesis Serrato led the Rams to victory with 14 kills, 31 digs and three aces. Irely Azpeita added 19 assists, nine digs and five aces.
Desert Mirage (7-7-1, 1-0) play next on Monday at Coachella Valley at 5:30 p.m.
Desert Christian Academy 3, Palm Valley 0: On Tuesday, the Conquerors swept the Firebirds 25-16, 25-14, 25-8.
Desert Hot Springs 13, Desert Mirage 5: Emily Gallegos, Kristy Ramirez and Zia Martin all swept their singles matches for the Golden Eagles in Wednesday’s victory. In doubles, the Rams prevailed 5-4.
Desert Hot Springs is now 1-1, while the Rams are 0-2 and play Big Bear next.
Women’s soccer: The Roadrunners dropped their first-ever Pacific Coast Athletic Conference to San Bernardino Valley College 6-0 to drop COD’s record to 1-4-1.
Despite the loss, goalkeeper Britney Vargas made 18 saves. The team takes the pitch next at home Friday at 3:15 p.m. against Mira Costa.