VISALIA - Joey Ramirez threw four touchdowns, Aaron Blancas found the endzone three times, and Adam Rodriguez scored on the ground in the Bears’ 35-3 road victory over Central Valley Christian (5-4, 2-2 CSL) on Friday.
Selma (8-1, 4-0 CSL) remains unbeaten against league opponents, setting up a pivotal Central Sequoia League championship game against rival Kingsburg (9-0, 4-0 CSL) at Reedley High School this week. It will be the 87th meeting between the opposing schools.
In the series against CVC, Selma is 4-8 and its 35 points is the most the Bears have scored against the Cavaliers. Selma’s 32-point margin of victory is the largest all time against CVC. It’s the Bears’ first win against the Cavaliers since 2016.