· Pitman at Frogtown Invitational at Calaveras Fairgrounds
It's a daily occurrence to have Chris Callahan, a Turlock High senior water polo player, pull himself out of the pool with his teammates and opponents to only find himself out of place. His muscular physique is not very common for a high school student and his towering height is a neck-bender.
DENAIR - Not even a full minute after the referee's whistle blew to signify the start of the game, the Denair High boys soccer team sent a loud and clear message: The Coyotes were here to dominate.
On Friday night, the Pitman High football team will go up against a winless nonconference team that has suffered a few heartbreaks so far.
· Turlock at Golden Valley, 6 p.m.
The Division 5 Turlock Christian Eagles (1-2) matched up against the much larger Division 1 Chavez High Titans (1-2) on Friday and lost their final preseason game, 47-0.
The last few minutes of Turlock High's football game against Modesto High on Friday night was filled with many dramatic moments, enough to cause near-heart attacks for the fans who watched it from the stands of Joe Debely Stadium.
WednesdayCross countryBoys1. Buhach Colony 36, 2. Golden Valley 50, 3. Atwater 73, 4. Turlock 107, 5. Pitman 122, 6. Merced 147Girls
1. Atwater 38, 2. Buhach Colony 52, 3. Pitman 84, 4. Turlock 96, 5. Merced 116, 6. Golden Valley 120
· Pitman at Hughson Invitational
SaturdayVolleyballGolden Valley Tournament
· TC 2, Orestimba 1
· Pitman at Atwater, 4 p.m.
After two momentum-building road wins, the Pitman High football team will have to resist the temptation of tackling someone since the Pride are off this week. Their next game won't be until Sept. 24, when they host Franklin High of Stockton at Joe Debely Stadium.
Forget all the cheering that occurred after dropping Downey High in the season opener. Forget all the jaws that fell to the ground after clobbering well-respected small school Oakdale High at the recently renovated Joe Debely Stadium in Week 2. And forget the 57-point spanking over Davis High the Bulldogs doled out just last week.
There was hope that Hilmar High quarterback Andrew Olson would be just fine after he had an ugly fall late in the Yellowjackets' game against Enochs High on Sept. 10, seeing that he was waving to his home crowd as he was being carried off on a stretcher.
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.
It was a down game for the Hilmar varsity baseball team on Saturday afternoon when they hosted Sonora High.
The Hilmar High (6-3-1) girls varsity soccer team is only two wins away from tying last year's win total and league hasn't even started.
Four consecutive errors in the sixth inning gave the Hilmar High varsity softball team its second straight Trans Valley League loss on Friday afternoon as Riverbank played the spoilers in a 3-8 loss.
Denair High came close to earning its first win of the season this week in a two-game showdown with Le Grand High on Wednesday and Friday, but late-inning slumps in both games instead led to a pair of defeats and extended the Coyote's record to 0-8.
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