Denair High (1-6) picked up its first win of the 2012 season as they took down the Redskins of Gustine High (1-6) 18-12 Friday night.
It's a rare sight to watch a football team rack up more than 400 yards of offense and still lose, but that's exactly what happened to Turlock High last Friday. The aftermath of the Merced game led the Bulldogs (1-1 CCC) to focus on the elimination of mistakes during practice, a difficult task with all the distractions associated with Homecoming, but a task they mastered.
Pitman High fell short against Golden Valley High on the tennis courts Tuesday afternoon, 4-5, but the Pride's competitive effort was enough to encourage their coach and players as the season moves forward.
The Turlock High boys soccer team bounced back from two weeks of disappointment with a 1-0 victory over rival Pitman High on Saturday. In an always appreciated night game, the Bulldogs (3-3-3 CCC) asserted control over the Pride (3-2-5 CCC) for most of the match, a complete reversal from the first matchup against Pitman which ended in a loss.
Cami and Victoria Larsen are sisters, so an occasional face-off over borrowed clothing or a sibling disagreement isn't a farfetched sight to see for parents Keith and Shaun. Still, conflict and competition between the two is rare; their distinctive personalities tend to complement each other rather than clash and their shared interests quash the stereotypical tension that is often expected between teenaged sisters.
In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Joe Debely Field was filled with pink tape, towels, wrist bands, and socks, as Turlock High (3-3) took on Merced (4-2) Friday night.
It was a matchup of opposites Friday night when Turlock Christian High hosted Ripon Christian High at McSweeney field in Hilmar. The Eagles entered the game with a Southern Athletic League record of 0-2 and a pass centered offense while the Knights arrived with a 2-0 in the SAL and a rush based attack.
Buhach Colony High became the 8th Central California Conference opponent to face Pitman High on the volleyball court this season and walk away in defeat. The Pride (8-0 CCC) hammered the Thunder on Thursday, maintaining their undefeated record with a straight set effort (25-13, 25-22, and 25-19).
Turlock and Pitman High competed in the second Central California Conference Cluster of the cross country season on Wednesday at Applegate Park in Merced.
Turlock High's number one singles player, Natalia Lima, fell short against Golden Valley High's Lindsay Robson on Thursday in only her second individual loss of the season, but solid play from the rest of the Bulldog (7-1 CCC) squad was more than enough to claim team victory as the Cougars fell 8-1.
Soccer players turned field goal kickers: what was once a novel idea has become a recurring trend in high schools and colleges around the nation, local teams not excluded. Turlock and Hilmar High have a history of enlisting soccer standouts for kicking duties, but the Bulldogs and Yellowjackets aren't alone this year because Turlock Christian High has jumped into the fold with senior Arin Morelli.
It was a close match between Turlock and Pitman High when the Lady Bulldogs and Pride met in the Steve Feaver Aquatic Center on Tuesday, or in the words of Turlock Head Coach Sonja Raynes, "It was a barn burner."
It was a game to remember between Turlock and Pitman High's boys water polo teams on Tuesday. The Pride (0-5 CCC) opened the first half with a surprisingly dominant performance against Turlock but the second half, and the match, ultimately belonged to the Bulldogs (2-3 CCC) as they rode an offensive wave to a 12-8 victory.
Turlock's volleyball team finally made its way into the winner's bracket last week against Buhach Colony High and for a moment it looked like the Bulldogs would repeat their success on Tuesday against Atwater High.
Turlock earned some retribution on Tuesday, beating the Merced High team that spoiled their potentially undefeated season earlier in the year 215-235.
It was a bit of a struggling season in 2013 for both boys and girls Turlock High water polo squads.
The 2014 season is here, and Turlock and Pitman's cross country teams have been preparing for the start of the new season in the always competitive Central California Conference.
Turlock High has dominated girls golf in the Central California Conference over the past decade, capturing the previous 10 CCC titles, including last year's title, but don't count out Pitman for the 2014 season.
The boys and girls water polo squads of Pitman High are ready to put the past behind them and start fresh in 2014.
The past two years have been a roller coaster of success for Turlock high school soccer teams.
The 2013 Hilmar High boys' soccer team is coming off an interesting yet successful year.
The Southern Athletic League had a facelift in 2013 and so did Delhi and Denair high schools.
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