DENAIR - James Behrens learned he was going to start as the Denair High quarterback only about 10 hours before the Coyotes were set to face Turlock Christian High in the Monte Vista Showdown, which is the annual meeting between the two schools that reside on the same road. The news didn't make him sweat or caused him to hide in a dark place somewhere.
The Pitman Pride (7-2, 3-1 CCC) won a comeback conference thriller against the Merced Bears (3-6, 1-3 CCC) Friday night by a final score of 30-27, sealed by a missed last second Merced field goal.
Josue Barajas doesn't necessarily look at his preceding three years on the Turlock High boys soccer team as a series of disappointments. All that matters to the senior forward right now is that his Bulldogs, who have endured many years of frustration, aren't calling it a season just yet.
What's the best way to put into words Turlock High's capturing of the league championship in girls water polo?
The other day, Turlock High boys water polo coach Steve Feaver was struck speechless when his players asked him a question.
Though the Eagles had two tough games, they still managed to pull off another Southern League win - this time over Waterford High in three sets (25-11, 25-23, 28-26) on Thursday night at Calvary Baptist Gym. Thanks to Rebakah Mullers' nine kills and 15 digs, Farrar's 13 assists and Kaisa Spycher's two block and four aces, Turlock Christian improved to 18-12 overall and 10-3 in the SL before the league finale at Delhi High on Tuesday at 6 p.m. The Eagles are ranked third behind Ripon Christian High and Big Valley Christian High in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division ...
MERCED - Despite competing for rival schools, Pitman High's Frank Finch and Turlock High's Jorge Guzman have a simple plan whenever they're in a cross country race: They want to stick together.
The first two sets between the Pitman High and Turlock High volleyball teams seemed uncharacteristic, as one rival was more dominant than the other. But it all changed in the third game, when rallies from both sides got the crowd of hundreds more involved in the crosstown rivalry meeting.
Turlock High junior golfer Emma Mendes began play at the Central California Conference Championships on Tuesday with a disadvantage. She didn't get a chance to practice on the Pheasant Run Golf Course in Chowchilla, where the tournament was held.
In two days, the Pitman High football players will get a chance to redeem themselves. And they're facing the ideal opponent.
Prior to the 2010 season, Hilmar High girls golf coach Ty Pettigrew was concerned about having enough athletes to play.
The Turlock Bulldogs (6-1, 1-1 CCC) erased the memory of last week's gut wrenching last-second loss to Buhach Colony (7-0, 2-0 CCC) to earn their first Central California Conference victory in a 40-35 comeback road win over the Merced Bears (3-4, 1-1 CCC).
ATWATER - It didn't take long for the Buhach Colony High football team to set the tone in Friday night's league game against Pitman High, as running back Stetson Barton danced 80 yards down the right sideline to give his Thunder a touchdown on the very first play of the game.
There was no need for Elise Cusenza and her Turlock High girls tennis teammates to go into a jubilant celebration after beating crosstown rival Pitman High 9-0 on a hot Thursday afternoon.
Pitman High volleyball etched a place for itself in Sac-Joaquin Section history Friday night with its first ever Division I championship victory.
The Hilmar High volleyball team went into Friday's Section championship game against Sonora looking for a very different outcome than last year's matchup. The Yellowjackets left the UC Davis court disappointed, however, because for the second straight year Sonora outplayed Hilmar to take the banner.
Winning a Section title isn't easy, but the Turlock Christian High volleyball team makes it seem so, especially after taking home three consecutive banners.
Pitman High is headed to the CIF Division I Sac-Joaquin Section championship match for the first time ever after Tuesday's 3-1 (19-25, 25-14, 25-13 and 25-20) victory over St. Francis High of Sacramento.
Maybe the second time is the charm.
The list of Turlock High athletes moving on to the collegiate level continues to grow.
It was déjà vu for the Bulldogs of Turlock High when they traveled to Tracy High for the first round of the CIF Division I Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs. As was the case when the two Bulldog teams met in week 5, Turlock found itself just two points shy of victory after a failed two-point conversion attempt cemented a final score of 21-19
The Pitman Pride varsity football team went into Friday's Division-I CIF Sac-Joaquin Section round one tournament game looking to rebound from last week's disappointing Harvest Bowl loss to Turlock. However, the Pride met a very demanding Napa High team, who controlled the field from the onset.
The 2014 cross country season came to an end for Pitman, Hilmar and Turlock High School athletes last Saturday at the Subsection meet held in Angels Camp.
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