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California record broken for league wins
February 1st, 2012 10:49PM
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[RECORD BOOK]Central Valley Christian of Visalia set a California girls high school record when wins over Immanuel (6-0), Coalinga (7-0) and Dinuba (4-0) extended its league winning streak to 107 games.

The Cavaliers have outscored their league opponents 618-21 in the East Sierra, East Sequoia and now Central Sequoia League.

The previous record was held by Bonita High School of La Verne, which won 104 matches (1994-2003).

"This feels good. It is not everyday where you get to break a record like this," CVC coach Jacob De Groot told the Visalia Times Delta after the Immanuel win. "A lot of people that put in a lot of hard work deserve this. I definitely don't take all the credit. It has everything to do with CVC as a community and the consistency of kids we get here."

CVC is 21-1-0 overall in 2011-12 and seeking its third straight Central Coast title.



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