Turlock High softball started this season's Central California Conference campaign o the right foot, winning three of its first five league games after winning a total of only two league games last season. After back-to-back one-run wins against Merced and Buhach Colony High the Bulldogs hit a snag, however, as they skid into spring break with a pair of losses to Atwater and Golden Valley High.
Hilmar High's track team is, as it has been for some time, on the small side this year. Not physically, but in overall numbers. There are roughly 40 athletes filling the overall roster, most of whom are young, which has made the 2015 hunt for the Trans Valley League title a non-issue for the Yellowjackets.
Pitman sent eight athletes and Turlock High had six representatives competing alongside students from 75 high schools at the 40th annual Stanford Invitational on Saturday.
The First Annual Central Valley Senior Showcase not only highlighted the talents of local athletes Thursday night, but of the community at large. The inaugural event also showcased the community's pride and willingness to support its members as more than 700 spectators flooded into the Turlock High boys gym for the pair of exhibition games.
The Turlock High varsity girls soccer team is now tied with Merced for first place in the Central California Conference at 7-1-1 after beating out Buhach Colony at home on Thursday, 1-0.
The Turlock Christian High baseball team has turned around its four game losing streak to win four consecutive Central California Athletic Alliance contests with the latest of the victories coming as the team's biggest win of the season on Thursday after topping Sierra, 23-3.
Coming off a devastating loss to Turlock High last weekend, Pitman moved on quicker than most teams in the ultra competitive Central California Conference with a 4-1 blistering win over Buhach Colony on Tuesday and followed up with a 2-2 tie at Merced High against the Bears on Thursday.
The Turlock High boys tennis team is a perfect 5-0 in the Central California Conference after shutting out Pitman at their home courts on Tuesday afternoon, 9-0.
Turlock and Pitman High's girls soccer teams battled on the pitch on Saturday afternoon at Joe Debely Stadium in their first crosstown matchup of the season.
Turlock Christian starting pitcher Cassie Balswick allowed one run and the Eagles softball team walked 16 times as they surged to their second consecutive Central California Athletic Alliance win over Stone Ridge Christian at home on Monday in a mercy-rule victory, 16-1.
Stanislaus County dominated Merced County on Friday at the County Clash track meet, with Pitman, Oakdale and Turlock High finishing first, second and third, respectively.
Not even a car crash could keep Brian Dudley and Andrew Knapp, Denair tennis' number one and two singles players, from seeking retribution against league juggernauts Ripon Christian on Friday. The two Coyote players were involved in a head-on collision on their way to the match, but still managed to make it to the courts where they won their matches in the 7-2 effort over the Knights.
Pitman High thoroughly beat Merced High on the baseball diamond Monday afternoon in the Pride's second Central California Conference game of the season. Four days removed from beating Golden Valley High 8-0, Pitman again pitched a shutout as they handed Merced its third consecutive loss by a score of 10-0.
Things have changed in the Central California Conference this year and this week marked the beginning of a three-game series, starting with game one at Turlock High as the Bulldogs hosted the Atwater Falcons.
The Central California Conference and the Modesto Metro Conference gathered together for Saturday's Nor Cal Relay at Johansen High with Turlock and Pitman owning the day on the pool.
Delhi and Denair High tennis teams both fared well on Friday in the final day of the Southern Athletic League co-ed tennis championship.
Turlock baseball avoided a three-game sweep on Friday, beating Pitman 9-7 in a dramatic ending at Pitman High.
Pitman and Turlock track and field teams had one last meet to make their mark in the Central California Conference Center and decide the winners ...
Both Turlock and Pitman High's golf teams are off to a 4-0 start in the Central California Conference leading up to next week's ...
In the final dual meeting of the year, Pitman's varsity boys and girls came out on top in Friday's crosstown swim meeting with ...
For the first time in over a decade, the Turlock varsity softball team defeated Pitman in a mercy-rule decision after an 11-1 final on Friday.
Hilmar baseball overcame a five-run deficit in the seventh inning to defeat Ceres High on Thursday in dramatic fashion, 11-10.
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