This past year was not only a successful one for the Turlock Christian varsity boys basketball squad, who finished with an 18-9 overall record, but it was one to remember as they posted the best regular season record since the 2004-05 year when the team went 26-3. But there is still one thing left to do-win sections.
When Turlock Christian traveled to Mariposa earlier in the season to face off against the Grizzlies they had a handful of players out due to the flu and it transcended into an 85-58 league loss.
After squandering seven consecutive league games and the opportunity to make the postseason this year, the Pitman girls' basketball squad had enough after back-to-back losses to the top two teams in the Central California Conference, Merced and Buhach Colony.
Foul trouble from the big guys late in the game, along with contentious calls from the referees, was the story of Wednesday night's critical Central California Conference bout between Turlock and Atwater High.
With the postseason out of reach for the Pitman boys basketball squad this year, the Pride were looking to be spoilers as they finished out the year playing against two of the top three teams in the league.
The Turlock Christian boys basketball squad on Tuesday finished a season sweep against their Southern Athletic League rivals, the Denair Coyotes, after a 62-43 win at home.
Make it a sweep for the Turlock Christian girls basketball team against the Denair Coyotes this season.
The Hilmar High girls basketball team hosted their rivals, Escalon, on Thursday night in a critical Trans Valley League homecoming bout.
The Turlock Christian boys basketball team has now won five of their last six games after taking down Southern Athletic League foe Le Grand on Friday night.
After trouncing through the Merced High Bears last month 54-40 at home, the Turlock High Bulldogs traveled to square off against their Central California Conference rivals for the opportunity to get that second spot in league.
For the first time in school history the Pitman Pride's wrestling squad will be either co-champions or the outright Central California Conference winners after beating out Buhach Colony on Tuesday night by a score of 50-19, essentially sweeping through the CCC finishing undefeated in dual meets.
The Hilmar High wrestling team came two points shy of clinching a playoff spot after falling to the visiting Trans Valley League rivals, the Hughson Huskies in a home dual meet.
Add another vigorous loss to Turlock Christian's boys basketball team's winless history against the Ripon Christian Knights, after an intense Southern Athletic League matchup on Tuesday night.
The Central California Conference has been the epitome of a rollercoaster this season in boys basketball. Every team has beaten each other up and every game seems to be a nail biter until the end. Things continued to go the same route on Friday night when Turlock High visited CCC foe Golden Valley in a game for first place in league.
Today is the last day of the Friends of the Turlock Public Library annual book sale. The group sells hardbound books for $1 and most paperbacks for 50 cents, all of which raises much-needed funds for the library's operating budget.
Delhi High has a new volleyball coach for the 2014 season. Valley local, Lauren Ruell, who graduated from Buhach Colony in 2005 and then went on to play volleyball at Merced Junior College, is the Hawks' new head coach.
Last year, at the age of 49, Stevinson local Cindy Kelley competed in her first CrossFit Games in the Masters Women 45-49 division, topping out in eighth place and taking third in one of the events in Los Angeles.
The Turlock National Senior All-Stars had a storied year after winning the District and Section title, but at the Northern California divisional tournament, things didn't quite turn out the way head coach Daryl Finney anticipated.
Muddy Balls, a local charity mud volleyball tournament, will take place at the Stanislaus County Fair starting at 8 a.m. Aug. 2, with all the proceedings benefitting 8-year-old Kaiden Pacheco, who was recently diagnosed with stage four Rhabdomyosarcoma.
Saturday not only marked the near end of the Stanislaus County Fair, but also concluded the over week -long period of motorsports action at the Food Maxx Arena with quads, pee wee bikes and motocross competitors taking the action to the dirt track.
After a historical run for the Turlock American 12-year-old All-Stars, which included both a District and Section title, the magic has run out after losing in the Nor-Cal Divisional tournament this past weekend in San Jose.
The title run for the Turlock American 10-year-old All-Stars was put to a halt at this weekend's
Winning three championships in a row is a tremendous feat to accomplish in any sport, that sense of victory is compounded when the team is made up of athletes from a wide range of ages like with the Turlock Seadogs swim team.
High powered motorsports action continued this past Friday with lawn mower races at the 2014 Stanislaus County Fair.
Make it a perfect 6-0 record for the Turlock Seadogs summer swimming program.
A section title can happen no matter what adversities a team faces, especially working out of the loser's bracket.
The Stanislaus Cardinals Babe Ruth team nabbed the state champions for Babe Ruth baseball.
The 12-year-old Turlock American All-Stars were crowned the Section 6 champions Tuesday night after besting Hoover Tyler, 2-1.
The mayhem of the Turlock Lions Destruction Derby at the Stanislaus County Fair began on Monday and concluded on Tuesday as many locals fared well in the two-day event at the Food Maxx Arena with thousands of spectators present to watch cars smash into each other until only one was left standing.
The 2014 11-year-old Turlock American All-Stars' Section tournament run is over.