CVC Men’s Tennis vs. Coalinga
The CVC Men’s Tennis team played the Coalinga Horned Toad’s at Redwood, here in Visalia, on Thursday April 14, 2011. Though I wasn’t able to arrive as the matches started there was still plenty of tennis play to photograph.
CVC Cavalier Basketball vs. Coaling Horned Toads
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CVC Lady Cavalier Volleyball vs. Coalinga Horned Toads
The CVC Lady Cavalier Volleyball team has started their run for the Valley Championship early with both the Varsity and Junior Varsity teams taking wins against the Selma Bears.
Photographs of the CVC Lady Cavalier Volleyball games (Varsity and JV) can be found HERE for viewing and for purchase. Please make sure that you use the “CBCVBSB09” for 15% of for the next week on photographs from this game.
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Women’s Basketball vs. Coalinga Horned Toads
Being on our way to a nice vacation weekend for our anniversary gave me perfect opportunity to take photographs of the Lady Cavaliers in an away game against the Coalinga Lady Horned Toads. Photographs of the game can be found here.
Congratulations to the Lady Cavaliers on a close win against the Lady Horned Toads, it was a great game to watch as it was possible any moment that the game could turn the other way. A great team effort was put forth by both teams and it was apparent in the outcome.
I was surprised how nice the gym and surrounding area was, I had always thought of Coalinga as a small town, and although it is they seem to have really taken care of their students and student athletes. Coalinga is a small town on the west side of the San Joaquin valley that hasn’t lost it’s small town feel or charm and I can’t wait to visit again, perhaps during spring before the heat of the valley really takes hold for summer.
CVC Cavalier Football vs. Coalinga Horned Toads
Soliciting the assistance Visalia Photographers of Forrest Cavale and Zach Niles of Third Element Studio’s this weeks football game had the coverage of 3 photographers with 5 camera’s total. As result of this additional coverage their are many many more photographs for you to look through, I hope that you are able to find a good photograph of your player. Additionally there are many more photographs of the opposing Horned Toads for those interested in those photographs.
It seems as though the football season has just started and already we have landed on Homecoming weekend. People came from great distances to cheer on their alma mater in their first real football game of the season. Visalia’s Central Valley Christian High played the Coalinga Horned Toads with fierce determination in hopes of winning both Junior Varsity and Varsity games of the evening.
Junior Varsity, playing hard, was able to keep the game to an even tie against the JV Horned toads, with a couple of good drives that could have leaned in the favor of the Cavalier’s.
CVC’s Varsity team came on the field strong fighting all the Horned toads could through at them.
CVC Cavalier Volleyball 2009-09-22
Arriving earlier than usual I was able to watch and photograph the Lady Cavalier Freshmen Volleyball team, working together they had already won one game and lost another. It their third game they weren’t able to hold of the Coalinga Lady Toad’s in their win but with the good leadership of their coach they were able to come away with some valuable lessons from their match.
The Junior Varsity Lady Cavs’ were able to dominate against the Coalinga Toad’s winning in two straight matches.
The Varsity Central Valley Christian Lady Cavaliers, with one of their starters out due to an ankle injury were still able to take control early in the first game in an almost astounding win over the Coalinga Lady Toad’s. Coming back from the first game the Toad’s put up a good fight staying close to the Lady Cav’s until late in the second game when the Cavaliers pulled away for the win. Final match proved they were taking advantage of the home court advantage allowing the team to work on game play and strategy.
CVC Cavalier Mens Basketball vs. Coalinga Horned Toads
With a small crowd on hand to watch the game the CVC Cavaliers took on the Coalinga Horned Toads in their first basketball game of the season coming away with a win.
Photographs from the mens varsity game can be found here.
CVC Cavalier Soccer vs. Coalinga Horned Toads
Under somewhat warmer conditions than normal, and the return of some valued players to the active player list, the CVC Cavalier mens soccer team held off the Coalinga Horned Toads from dominating the home field advantage. Photographs from the game can be found here.