A nearly packed house came to watch this year's much anticipated volleyball matchup between the two powers of the Central California Conference in Turlock and Pitman at the Pitman High gym on Wednesday.
The Pitman (7-2-1) Pride boys soccer team took advantage a few of Turlock's (2-7-1) miscues in the first half and notched three goals to secure the 3-0 win in Tuesday's Central California Conference matchup.
The Oakland Raiders fell to the Denver Broncos at home on Sunday, giving some critics a chance to bring back their Silver and Black bashing. But the most important part of the game was the Raiders' ability to prevent Denver from scoring a touchdown.
Coming off a shutout victory over Tracy in their previous game, Turlock High kept the same momentum rolling into their Central California Conference opener on Friday night when Golden Valley came into Joe Debely stadium.
Wednesday marked the halfway point of the Trans Valley League season for the Hilmar varsity volleyball team as they hosted league rival and second place Escalon High. The squad had an opportunity to take the sole position of first place in the league and they didn't let it slip by them.
The Turlock (2-2) varsity girls water polo team came away with 19 steals in Tuesday's first meeting of the season against crosstown rivals, Pitman (2-3) High, as the Bulldogs rallied behind a great overall performance to clinch a 14-5 victory.