Hilmar High's boys soccer team has now won three straight games while racking up 20 goals in the process. Yellowjacket offense and defense have been in sync for head coach Louie Bettencourt, as they recently dominated league opponents Modesto Christian High, 12-1, on Wednesday.
Pitman High's boys soccer team is currently ranked sixth in the state, according to maxpreps.com, after handling Central California Conference rivals Golden Valley, 2-1, on Wednesday.
Pitman High's volleyball squad was tested once again after having two league matches in three days. After defeating the Merced High Bears, 3-1, on Tuesday, the Pride was back on the court on Wednesday - this time against the Golden Valley High.
Pitman High's volleyball team opened its Central California Conference play on Tuesday in victorious fashion, 3-1, against Merced High.
The Delhi boys' soccer team started its Southern Athletic League play right this week with a 3-2 victory at home against Le Grand.
Last soccer season, Turlock High claimed the Central California Conference crown while Buhach Colony High managed only one win in a league campaign that landed the Thunder last in CCC standings.
Coming off of last week's 24-21 victory thriller over Sonora High, the Bulldogs of Turlock picked up right where they left off taking down Enochs High, 27-8, on Friday.
It was a long, rough night for Chowchilla High on Friday when it traveled to Hilmar High to face off against the Yellowjackets. After driving roughly 40 miles to McSweeney Field, the Redskins were hard fought to cover any more ground against the 'Jackets' defense as they netted -2 yards of total offense and managed to convert one first down all game.
The Turlock High girls' water polo squad topped out in third place in the Central California Conference last season, despite numerous tight contests against league opponents, including a one-goal loss to second place Buhach Colony to end the regular season.
The Central California Conference has become one of the premier leagues for high school water polo in the area and the state. That competition was too much for Pitman and Turlock boys' water polo teams last year; but it's a new season and new teams.
Typically, football teams take the first few weeks of the season to find themselves-to fine tune fundamentals, build team chemistry, and cement a foundation for success during league play.
Pitman High hosted Lincoln High of Stockton on Friday as the Pride looked to follow up their stellar opening day performance with another decisive victory over the visiting Lincoln High Trojans.
Last year the Central California Conference proved why it is one of the most dominant leagues in the state when it comes to boys soccer. Five of the six teams finished with at least four draws in league contests, while the first and second place teams - Turlock and Atwater - were only one game apart.
Delhi High wanted the 2013 season to be different; it wanted to taste sustained success on the gridiron and compete for the Southern League title. Last week the Hawks took their first step towards that goal with a shutout victory against Galt High, and then followed it up with a second, more convincing, step on Friday with a 48-18 victory over Big Valley Christian High.
With only nine players on its bench, Hilmar High's volleyball team mirrors the look and feel of its school-small. But what the Yellowjackets lack in depth, they make up for with consistency and power.
The Pitman Pride found redemption in this week's Central California Conference matchup against Golden Valley. Coming off a loss to Merced last week, the Pride held the Cougars to minimal yards and took the, 27-0, victory Friday night at Golden Valley High School.
Turlock High put in its best performance of the season Friday night during its homecoming matchup against Atwater High, dominating the Falcons 56-7.
Don't lose it. Keep grinding.
Q. What is the hardest part about playing water polo?
Turlock and Pitman high each had multiple singles players compete on Tuesday in the opening rounds of the Central California Conference girls tennis singles tournament in Atwater. However, only Turlock's number one singles player, Mila Johns, swept through her opponents and is now moving on to Thursday's championship match against Golden Valley's Dani Vigil.
Both the Turlock boys and girls water polo teams found victory Tuesday in the Bulldogs' home pool when they hosted Central California Conference foe Atwater.
For the 11th season in a row, Turlock High has finished Central California Conference competition as champions in girls golf. The Bulldogs cemented their place as 2014 CCC title holders by shooting a 448 at Monday's CCC Championships in Atwater-86 strokes ahead of second place Pitman High.
Bears stop Pride
There's nothing like a long-standing rivalry on the gridiron.
Barn burner, slobber knocker or nail biter. All three could be used to describe Turlock High's 48-47 victory over Buhach Colony High at Joe Debely Stadium on Friday night.
Q. What do you like most about the game of golf?
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