The Central Valley Christian girls tennis team was denied in its pursuit for a Central Section championship.
Seeded No. 6, the Cavaliers made their way through the Division V bracket into the championship match.
No. 1 Sierra Pacific stayed true to its seed by knocking off CVC 6-3 in the Division V championship on Wednesday in Hanford.
The match was decided after the singles matches with Sierra Pacific winning five of the six matches.
Logan Peters picked up CVC’s only win at No. 1 singles, defeating Narisa Gascon 6-4, 6-1.
Peters also teamed with Lauren Jameson to win at No. 1 doubles.
No. 2 El Diamante 4, No. 3 Bakersfield 2: The Miners lead the Drillers in the Central Section Division II semifinals, which was called because of darkness before the doubles matches could be finished.
El Diamante received wins in singles from Anindita Rajasekaran, Liz Martinez, Alexi Andrada and Chelsea Vogt to take a 4-2 lead into the doubles round.
When play was suspended, Bakersfield had a one-set lead in all three doubles matches.
El Diamante needs to win just one doubles match to advance to the Division II championship. Bakersfield needs to win all three doubles matches to pull off the victory.
Exeter 3, Dinuba 0: The Monarchs closed out the regular season with a 25-11, 25-15, 25-16 Central Sequoia League victory over the Emperors.
Gabi Crookshanks had 10 kills, nine digs and two aces, McKinley Cavadas had 15 digs, Ashlyn Mausen had 19 assists and four digs and Cheyenne Will had seven kills, eight digs and two aces.
The Monarchs, who advance to the Central Section Division II playoffs, finished the season with an 18-10 overall record and went 8-2 in league.
College of the Sequoias 3, Merced 0: The Giants cruised to a 25-13, 25-21, 25-22 Valley Conference win.
Darian Jimenez had 12 kills, Taylor Meyer finished with 36 assists and Allison Cutler finished with 29 digs.
The Giants (8-8, 5-6) will play at Porterville on Friday.