The defending league champion Turlock High is in trouble, judging by the Bulldogs' current three-game losing streak. Their latest setback happened Thursday afternoon, when they didn't capitalize on multi-scoring opportunities and lost 2-0 to Merced High for the second time this season.
By the numbers, Pitman High senior point guard Jasmine Washington scored in double digits in all but one game during last season's girls basketball campaign against mostly Division I competition. Four of those times, she scored at least 31 points.
This was a perfect way to end the regular swimming season: Pitman High vs. Turlock High.
Two former Turlock Christian High standout athletes - Nate Watkins (class of 1983) and Lisa Minturn (class of '87) - will be inducted to the Turlock Christian Hall of Fame at a banquet on May 7 at Calvary Baptist. The keynote speaker for the event is Bill McCartney, a nationally recognized speaker and author of five books, including "Sold Out."
Though they were ahead by three runs at one point, the Pitman High baseball players caught themselves in a flashback. They were in this moment before, just two days earlier when they had a two-run lead over their archenemies, Turlock High.
This was like waking up and expecting daylight.
For Hannah Verschelden, all she needs is one shot.
This time, the Pitman High boys tennis team wasn't going to share.
The Turlock High baseball players didn't have to look at the scoreboard behind them to know that. This was, in fact, a crosstown meeting with Pitman High, a team that wouldn't mind topping a one-loss team like the Bulldogs for several reasons.
Nothing is ever certain, especially in a Pitman High-Turlock High crosstown rivalry game.
Pitman High softball's team meeting after succumbing to a winnable game looked and sounded a little bit off. There was laughter, there was some cheering, and there were some smiles. In other words, the Pride didn't want to think about this loss for very long.
Randy Hopkins has been working for Turlock Christian High for at least 30 years, many of them as a softball head coach. But prior to Thursday afternoon, there was something he has never seen before.
After his bittersweet fifth-place showing at last month's CIF State Championships, it looked like Turlock High wrestler Fabian Garcia could no longer wrestle. His voice was low, his head was down. He couldn't hide his sadness and dissatisfaction in his post-match interviews.
For his trip to Ohio, Pitman High freshman Emilio Saavedra carried with him more than just his clothes and wrestling gear. Metaphorically speaking, he had a giant monkey on his back.
Cheyenne Perry, a four-year volleyball and softball player at Turlock Christian High, has been awarded scholarship money as one of 49 winners of the A. Dale Lacky/CSEA Scholarships for outstanding performances in athletics, community service and academics during high school.
Turlock (20-2) High's varsity volleyball team accomplished a feat on Monday that had not be reached in over a decade.
On a cool and windy Saturday night, Pitman and Turlock High squared off on the pitch in both teams' first Central California Conference matchup of ...
Denair High hosted the Mariposa County Grizzlies on Friday night and was unable to come away with a victory after Mariposa's strong first half.
Pitman (3-2) senior running back Blake McBay rushed for 172 yards on 22 carries and a score and the Pride steamrolled through North Salinas High ...
After a scoreless first half at home on Tuesday, head coach Louie Bettencourt strung together some moving words for his Hilmar High varsity boys soccer ...
Both Turlock and Pitman tennis teams were 4-0 before Tuesday's league showdown, but only one team left undefeated in the Central California Conference matchup.
Head coach James Peterson and his Turlock Bulldogs felt like it was their time on Friday when they traveled to Tracy High to take on ...
Last year's matchup between the Denair and Delhi varsity football teams came down to overtime, but this year's game came down to an ...
Hilmar High's varsity football team dominated the visiting Pacific Grove squad on Friday night in their homecoming game.
This week marked the halfway point of the Central California Conference girls golf season and Turlock and Pitman High both finished strong in the Mid-Season ...
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