The Little League All-Star season has come to a close for Turlock's American 12-year-olds after Tuesday's loss at the hands of El Dorado Hills.
It was a dramatic ending to the Mid Valley Swim League Championship Saturday at the Pitman High pool with the Turlock Seadogs skimming through at the end to pull out a 6.5 point victory to claim their fifth consecutive title.
The Turlock American 12-year-old All-Stars started off their run in the state tournament badly, but soon recovered and earned a spot in the final four of the Little League big show.
For Hilmar's Jacob Ahid, nothing has ever seemed impossible. Not even overcoming one of the most difficult obstacles that has come across his life so far - something that put his baseball future in jeopardy, or at least on pause: Tommy John surgery.
Former Pitman High volleyball standout Lindsey Vander Weide made her mark at the University of Oregon this past fall after finishing her freshman year with conference honors.
For just the third time, the Turlock Seadogs summer recreational swimming program has completed an undefeated regular season after finishing the 2016 year with a perfect record heading into the Mid Valley Swim League Championships.
Former Turlock High Bulldog Darren Trainor will soon be playing baseball for Lewis-Clark State College after signing his letter of intent on June 4 out of Merced College.
It took five games in five days, but the Turlock American 12-year-olds are the 2016 Section 6 Champions after the Little League All-Star team battled its way out of the loser's bracket and went on to top the Delta All-Stars in back-to-back games, ending on Wednesday, 9-6.
Tuesday and Wednesday marked the Section 6 final for the Turlock American 11-year-old All-Stars who met Morada at Madison Park in Stockton, but in the end, none of the games went well for the Americans who met their match.
The American 10s failed to top Northgate in the Section 6 final on Wednesday, which eventually cost them a banner.
The Section 6 All-Star tournament began this past weekend for the Turlock American 11-year-old team who squared off against Morada on Sunday at Madison Park in Stockton in their opening contest that ended well by the conclusion of the day.
It was a shaky start for the Turlock American 10-year-old All-Stars, who opened up their Section 6 tournament play with an unfortunate 7-4 loss to Northgate on Saturday from Julien Field.
Spencer Heller of Turlock might have missed the final cut to compete in this weekend's final at the 71st U.S. Women's Open, but that doesn't mean that she is done with golf or with her goal of achieving a spot in the tour, this is only the beginning.
Brandon Booz has always wanted to play college baseball.
Delhi's varsity football team topped Livingston 42-21 in the season opener on Friday night on the road after a second half surge.
With Joe Debely stadium out of commission for Friday's season home opener, Pitman was forced to travel out of town as the Pride hosted ...
The Denair varsity volleyball team is expecting to find some success on the court this season even when their coach can't make the game.
Hilmar's varsity girls' golf team might have lost their three-time South Valley Foothill League Most Valuable Player in Makena Azevedo, but the new Yellowjackets ...
They might be humble and quiet, but the Turlock varsity girls' tennis team are winners and are ready and hungry to begin their chase for ...
During the weekend, the Turlock Bulldogs were another of the varsity football teams in the Stanislaus District to compete in an organized scrimmage that was ...
Saturday marked the unofficial kickoff for the 2016 high school football season as teams from across the Stanislaus District and beyond finally had the opportunity ...
Hilmar's varsity football team looks very capable of making 2016 a memorable year. This after the Yellowjackets kicked off their 2016 season with a ...
The Journal visited with Turlock hometown favorite and Pitman High alum Colin Kaepernick after he and fellow Niners quarterback Blaine Gabbert participated in 7-on-7 drills ...
No other team in the National Football league seems to have had a better offseason and progressive year in 2015 than the Oakland Raiders.
There is no doubt that the San Francisco 49ers are heading into the 2016 season with more questions than answers.
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