CENTRAL VALLEY CONFERENCE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL REPORT / FEB. 25, 2019
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2019 Northern California Regional Playoffs - Bracket
The CVC will be represented by four teams in the regional playoffs. Merced (26-3) earned the conference's top seed at No. 2. Co-champion Sequoias was named the No. 4 seed, Fresno City (18-11) checks in at No. 12, and Reedley (15-12) avoids a play-in game as a No. 14 seed. Two wins are needed to advance to the CCCAA State Championships on March 15-17 at Ventura College.
Postseason Schedule - Round 2
Friday, March 1
#13 Solano at #4 Sequoias
#12 Fresno City at #5 San Francisco
Saturday, March 2
#15 Santa Rosa/#18 Lassen winner at #2 Merced
#14 Reedley at #3 San Joaquin Delta
Saturday, March 9
Standings – http://centralvalleyconference.com/sports/wbkb/2018-19/standings
With identical 11-1 records, Merced and Sequoias are women's basketball co-champions. The title is Merced's second straight while COS has won three straight and four of the last five. Reedley was third at 7-5, followed by Fresno City (6-6) and West Hills Lemoore (5-7).
2018-19 Central Valley Conference Postseason Awards - http://centralvalleyconference.com/awards/2018-19/1819_all-cvc_wbb.pdf
Congrats to Merced's Malaya Kendrick (Player of the Year) and Ray Alvarado of Sequoias (Coach of the Year) on earning top conference honors. Kendrick led the CVC in rebounding (10.4 RPG) and was third in scoring (16.3 PPG). Alvarado guided COS to its fourth conference title over the past five seasons.