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No. 3 Fresno City looks to win 13th straight CVC championship

No. 3 Fresno City looks to win 13th straight CVC championship

CENTRAL VALLEY CONFERENCE WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL REPORT / SEP. 17. 2019
CONTACT: CHRIS RUIZ, SPORTS INFORMATION SERVICES,
cvcsportsinfo@gmail.com

This Week’s CVC Matches:
Sep. 18
Columbia at Reedley
Fresno at Taft
Sequoias at West Hills Coalinga
West Hills Lemoore at Merced

Sep. 20
West Hills Coalinga at Columbia
Taft at Reedley
Porterville at Sequoias
Merced at Fresno

Standings – https://centralvalleyconference.com/sports/wvball/2019-20/standings
Central Valley Conference play begins on Wednesday with four matches scheduled. Fresno City enters the CVC schedule having won 112 straight conference matches and the last 12 CVC championships. The Rams are 8-1 in non-conference action this season. Columbia is unbeaten after two matches this season while Sequoias is off to a good start at 6-3.

Rankings – https://www.cccaasports.org/CCCWVCA/STATE_POLL_19-2.pdf
Fresno City at No. 3 is the lone CVC team to appear in this week’s California Community College Women’s Volleyball Coaches Association State Top 25 Rankings.

Statistics:
Team – https://centralvalleyconference.com/sports/wvball/2019-20/teams?sort=name&r=0&pos=
Individual – https://centralvalleyconference.com/sports/wvball/2019-20/leaders

CCCWVCA Week #3 State Athlete of the Week:
Taylor Dilley, Fresno City
Taylor Dilley (Freshman, Clovis East High) was named CCCWVCA NorCal Athlete of the Week. She has been an impressive pin hitter for #3 Fresno City as she led the Rams to four victories last week. She totaled 50 kills, including double-doubles in kills/digs in three of the matches, 48 overall digs and served six aces.  Among the wins for Dilley's FCC team were over three ranked teams--#7 West Valley, #16 Folsom Lake and #22 Sierra.