Girls soccer is back as Turlock and Pitman high officially kicked off the 2012 season on Tuesday. After five straight top-three finishes in the Central California Conference, the Pride finally earned their second league title last year with a 13-1-1 season. The Bulldogs, who had defended the CCC title for five consecutive years prior to last season, finished in fifth place with a disappointing record of 2-7-3.
Hilmar, Turlock Christian, and Denair High's girls are back on the softball field. Last season each team had varying degrees of success but they all have one thing in common this season, a desire to improve and win a league title.
It spread like a wildfire.
After overcoming rival Ripon Christian High in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section semifinals on Wednesday, Turlock Christian fell to Brookside Christian High in the Division V Championship game 63-51 on Friday. The Eagles (26-3 overall) and Knights (25-4 overall) played a practically even game but Brookside pulled away midway through the fourth quarter to win its first section championship.
In the last two years Turlock High has only taken two wrestlers to the State Tournament but this year the Bulldogs will be four strong in Bakersfield. After a season that saw Turlock record 25 straight dual wins and place fifth at Masters, the Bulldogs are now in a position to walk away with multiple state medals, despite the fact they entered this season with no state returners.
Grab your peanuts and Cracker Jacks folks; it's time for baseball in the Valley. Turlock and Pitman high's players are swinging their bats and warming up their arms in preparation for the 2012 season. The Bulldogs and Pride are projected to be teams to beat in the Central California Conference alongside Buhach Colony High and Merced High in what is sure to be an exciting season for players and fans alike.
Four local standouts -in football, wrestling and soccer - signed letters of intent to play at the collegiate level this week.
Turlock Christian High is just one game away from the Sac-Joaquin Division V Section Championship after a 61-42 victory over Central Catholic High on Thursday.
Turlock High's success on the mat continued at the Masters Tournament this past Thursday and Friday. The Bulldogs finished in fifth place as a team and had five wrestlers earn medals, four of which will continue on to the State Tournament next weekend.
Pitman High missed its shot, literally and figuratively, against Sheldon High on Wednesday night. The Pride met the Huskies in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Division I Section Playoffs in what became a catch-up game. Sheldon won handedly 78-43.
Turlock High's 2011-12 boys basketball season officially ended Wednesday night at Franklin High. The Wildcats (22-5 overall) thwarted the Bulldogs' (15-13 overall) post season aspirations for the third year in a row with a 61-37 victory in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Division I Section Playoffs.
Every time Pitman High (7-7 CCC) and Turlock High (10-4 CCC) have stepped onto the same basketball court this season those in attendance have been treated to highly entertaining and extremely competitive games. Monday's matchup, the fourth meeting of the season and third in the CCC, once again delivered the drama as Turlock squeaked by Pitman in the final seconds,47-46.
The Pitman High girls basketball team created a two-way tie for first place on Tuesday night with a 47-44 victory over Buhach Colony. The Pride (10-4 CCC) and Thunder (10-4 CCC) now sit side by side at the number one position in the CCC.
Turlock High solidified its position as the Central California Conference's 2012 wrestling champions on Friday with another dominate performance in the league team duals at Buhach Colony High, accumulating 225 team points. The Bulldogs advanced 11 wrestlers into the finals, producing six individual champions (Rico McCombs, Rafeal Herrera, Isaac Bertalotto, Albino Orozco, Erick Parsons, and Ernesto Guiang) and five second placers (Julian Talamante, Jason Valdavinos, Kevin Scroggins, Ricky Flores, and Ricardo Garcia). Turlock also had wrestlers finish in third (Trevor Gray) and fourth place (Isaiah Mendoza).
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