One goal. That is what separated the Turlock (6-2) boys' water polo team and the undefeated Atwater High Falcons (9-0) in Wednesday's Central California Conference bout that ended much closer than it started at the Steve Feaver pool.
Pitman (6-0), Delhi (6-0), Hilmar (5-1), Turlock (5-2) and Denair (4-2) varsity football are off to fantastic starts to their seasons and it has done nothing but make the year that much more exciting for our coverage area and the community.
Juniors Mariah Ahid tallied a team-high 14 kills and Hannah Pearce added a game-high 31 assists as the Hilmar Yellowjackets went on to sweep the Hughson Huskies on Tuesday in a Trans-Valley League showdown, 3-0.
The Turlock High varsity volleyball team, coming off an upset loss to Buhach Colony last week, was eager to prove that their first league loss was a fluke and there wasn't a better opponent than the area's best volleyball program, Pitman High.
Monday's heavily anticipated Central California Conference matchup between Turlock (3-3) and Pitman's (3-3) varsity girls water polo lived up to the hype after a very aggressive and close game that boiled down to the final minutes.
The Delhi varsity football team already made school history last week by starting off the year with four consecutive wins and they continued their win streak this Friday after topping Gustine, 18-6, in a physical defensive battle.
September 30, 2016|
|High School Sports