Friday night's Central California Conference matchup between Turlock and Merced was not your average game. It was the night of Winter Formal, the game saw blood, and near the end, it got so touchy that a technical was called against Merced after a questionable call.
Pitman High's varsity girls basketball team solidified their second place spot, for now, in the Central California Conference after an exciting turn of events that occurred on Thursday night in Atwater.
Thursday marked a big week in the Central California Conference for Turlock's varsity girls basketball team, which is still in the chase for the third and final playoff spot in league.
The Turlock Bulldogs are now 6-0 to begin league play after a tight win over Atwater High on Wednesday that ended at 50-47.
The Turlock Bulldogs (3-1) handed Merced High their biggest defeat in the history between the two schools with a walloping 76-0 victory on the mat Wednesday night in Turlock's final home dual.
For the first time since 2013, the Pitman High varsity wrestling team lost.
For the first time in school history, the Delhi varsity wrestling team (2-2) defeated Denair High (0-3-1) after their league dual on Wednesday.
Turlock head coach Mark Musselman has been preaching all year that defense wins games.
The Pitman (13-6 overall, 4-2 CCC) High girls basketball team had an opportunity to redeem their loss to Golden Valley (19-4 overall, 6-0 CCC) from earlier in the year but things didn't pan out the way they expected.
It hasn't been by any standards an even decent start for the Turlock Express, or not one that head coach Art Pulido expected, but with nine games left in the season and the Express just two games from third place in their division, there is no question they are still in the hunt for the playoffs-meaning their year is far from over.
Turlock (6-16 overall, 5-0 CCC) head coach Doug Cornfoot had been patiently waiting for a return of the defensive brand of basketball that was the Bulldogs' calling card and on Friday night they brought it, erasing all doubt about their preseason woes with a big home win over Pitman (11-7 overall, 4-1 CCC) High.
The Hilmar High girls basketball team shrugged off their recent league loss to Ripon Christian and followed it up with a stellar performance over Trans-Valley League rivals Escalon.
Pitman High varsity wrestling is now 3-0 in league after defeating Atwater and Merced in back-to-back duals on Wednesday and Thursday.
Head coach Anthony Gonzalez should be proud of his team.
Thursday night marked the first meeting of the season between Pitman and Turlock High's varsity girls' basketball teams and it didn't disappoint.
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If you ask any scout or coach in the area that has watched or observed Pitman's Rayana Plancarte they will confirm that she is ...
Miguel Galdamez and Adrian Yepez always shared strong soccer skills but never had the chance to play together. That will change soon.
The home crowd was the biggest that Delhi High's varsity basketball squad has seen all year and it caused problems for Denair, at least ...
There was an uproar in the visitors' locker room on Wednesday night at Buhach Colony when the Pitman High girls basketball team visited for their ...
Wednesday night marked a historical and one of the more strange endings in Turlock and Pitman High wrestling dual history.
Softball pitcher Mariah Gonzalez has come a long way since her freshman year at Turlock High.
Pitman scored 27 points in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's Central California Conference meeting with Merced High and the Pride went on to win ...
Pitman High started off Tuesday night's game well but failed to carry it through the entire four quarters of play.
Third time proved to be the charm for Hughson when they took on the Hilmar High boys basketball team on Tuesday night.
It is win or no playoffs for the Turlock High varsity girls basketball team.
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