Saturday marked the conclusion of the California Interscholastic Federation Wrestling Championships and by the end of the day only one local wrestler out of four had made it into the finals-Jesse Flores (HWY) of Delhi.
The California Interscholastic Federation hosts one of the most challenging and decorated high school wrestling tournament in the country and Friday's first day of the two-day event was a testament to that.
Turlock's varsity softball team is aiming to have a breakout season by the team's expectations, however, they must quickly forget their 8-2 loss to Manteca High in their second home preseason contest on Thursday.
It's official. Hilmar High has their first varsity boys' volleyball team after football head coach Frank Marques made the push in the fall towards beginning a new era in spring sports for the Yellowjackets.
Speculation rose on Wednesday that Colin Kaepernick would become a free agent for the first time in his NFL career after a source told NFL insider Adam Schefter that Kapernick plans on opting out of the final season of this contract.
Cody and Justin Rentfro are brothers and wrestlers at Hilmar High. But they aren't just your typical athletic bunch, they are California state qualifiers and both are heading to one of the toughest high school wrestling tournaments in the country.
A total of 30 wrestlers from Pitman, Turlock, Hilmar and Delhi high schools competed in this year's two-day California Interscholastic Federation's Sac-Joaquin Section Masters tournament from Stockton Arena on Friday and Saturday. By the end of the tournament 10 wrestlers had qualified and will advance to the prestigious California State Wrestling Tournament starting March 3.
The undefeated streak and winning season came to an abrupt end for the No. 3 Hilmar girls soccer team on Friday night in the Division-V Sac-Joaquin Section semifinal battle with No. 2 Capital Christian.
Divisional wrestling across the area took place Feb. 17 and 18, and when all was said and done, Turlock, Pitman, Delhi and Hilmar High qualified a total of 30 wrestlers to advance to the Master's tournament, beginning today.
For only the second time this season Turlock lost, but this time in the opening round of the Division-I Sac-Joaquin Section Tournament at the hands of Folsom in a double overtime game that ended 2-0 from Joe Debely on Wednesday night.
The No. 3 Hilmar varsity girls' soccer is back in the playoffs after missing it last year, and they took advantage of their opportunity with a first round victory over No. 6 Venture Academy on Wednesday afternoon.
Turlock High wrestler Hailey Ward became the first freshman girl to win Master's and first freshman to qualify for the State Tournament after winning 1-0 in the Sac-Joaquin Section Master's final from Sheldon High on Saturday.