Pedro Hernandez headed in the first of his three goals 10 minutes into the game as Central Section top-ranked Central clinched the outright Tri-River Athletic Conference title, beating Clovis East 6-0.
Derek Rhine scored 19 seconds into the second half off an assist from Harrison Smith in No. 2 Buchanan's 1-0 TRAC win over Clovis North.
Alex Culwell scored two of his three goals in the first half as No. 3 Bullard took control in a 4-1 County/Metro Athletic Conference win over Memorial. The Knights face No. 5 Madera on Thursday for the league title.
Freddie Reyes scored in overtime to lift Madera South over Fresno 1-0 and secure the North Yosemite League title for the Stallions.
Marcelo Espinoza scored twice and assisted on another goal as Division V No. 1-ranked Riverdale beat Caruthers 4-1 to secure a second straight West Sequoia League title.
Calistro Santiago knocked in two goals but Kerman had to settle for a 3-3 tie with Sierra 3-3 in the North Sequoia League.
Orange Cove captured its second straight East Sierra League title, beating Farmersville 4-1. Mari Cruz Chapa and Joanna Valtierra each had two goals. Chapa also had an assist to boost her section-best total to 37 on the season.
Yazmin Aguirre's goal 20 minutes in led Caruthers to a 3-0 win over Riverdale that clinched a third straight WSL title.
Ney Aguila and Jackie Robles scored 12 points apiece to lead West Sequoia League co-leading Parlier over Fowler 45-36.
Robert Upshaw had 15 points, nine rebounds and four blocks to pace CMAC-leading and No. 4-ranked Memorial past Sanger 52-28.
Andrew Em's 3-pointer with 18 seconds left lifted McLane over Madera South 40-39 in the NYL.
Fresno senior Terry Turner scored a career-high 17 points and added 10 rebounds in a 48-26 win against Reedley in the NYL.
Derek Austrum scored six of his 14 points in the third quarter as D-IV second-ranked Sierra outscored Kerman 23-6, pulling away for a 53-27 win that kept the Chieftains in at least a first-place tie in the NSL.
Charlie Thompson, a three-year varsity guard, made three 3-pointers, 14 of 17 free throws and 29 points in all as No. 8 Clovis West bolted to a 22-9 first-quarter lead and remained in control for an 81-67 TRAC upset at No. 2 Central.
The club season began last week with Bullard and Clovis playing to a 17-17 draw, Buchanan topping Arroyo Grande 41-21 and Clovis West edging Roosevelt 17-15. Action continues Friday with Roosevelt hosting Bullard at 6 p.m., Clovis West and Clovis meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Todd Beamer Park, and Arroyo Grande at San Luis Obispo.
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