Pitman High's varsity football team reached a milestone and achieved something no other Pride team has ever accomplished in a single season when they hosted Buhach Colony on Friday night in a wet and soggy night at Joe Debely Stadium.
There were plenty of reasons to celebrate Friday night during Pitman High School's return to Joe Debely Stadium: it was the school's homecoming game, senior night and, most importantly, the Pride trampled the Atwater High Falcons in a blowout victory, 55-7, to remain undefeated.
The Denair Coyotes varsity football team marched into Friday's Southern Athletic League matchup against Ripon Christian with 14 determined players and the hopes of making a statement in league.
The Turlock High varsity volleyball team, coming off an upset loss to Buhach Colony last week, was eager to prove that their first league loss was a fluke and there wasn't a better opponent than the area's best volleyball program, Pitman High.
Monday's heavily anticipated Central California Conference matchup between Turlock (3-3) and Pitman's (3-3) varsity girls water polo lived up to the hype after a very aggressive and close game that boiled down to the final minutes.
Turlock and Pitman boys varsity water polo teams both put on solid performances Monday night, highlighted by a surprising tight first half.
The Delhi varsity football team already made school history last week by starting off the year with four consecutive wins and they continued their win streak this Friday after topping Gustine, 18-6, in a physical defensive battle.
In a disappointing night for Turlock Christian High football, the Eagles fell to the defending Sac-Joaquin Division VII champions Stone Ridge Christian High Knights on their first night of league play, 49-8.
The 2016 prep football season is halfway finished after last Friday's week five conclusion and of the six schools in the Journal's coverage area, only Pitman (5-0) and Delhi (4-0) varsity football teams remain perfect.
It came down to the wire in what ended in one of the most exciting Central California Conference boys water polo matches to date on Monday night when Turlock hosted Merced High in what resulted in a 14-13 sudden death overtime victory for the Bulldogs.
Not only was Turlock High's game on Friday night their league opener – it was also the team's first game back at Joe Debely Stadium after turf issues kept them away from home for the first weeks of the season, and the Bulldogs came to play, defeating Buhach Colony High 49-27.
Senior Pride running back Devan Bass and the Pitman varsity football team overcame their largest deficit of the year, and their worst first half performance thus far, after trailing 27-7 at the half, to pull out of Merced with a dramatic second half comeback.
Hilmar High varsity football came up short in Friday's home contest against Sonora in the Yellowjackets' homecoming night that didn't end well after a 37-27 final, but the score did not reflect the game.
The Turlock High Bulldogs knew what they were up against on Friday as they faced the Modesto High Panthers.
Homecoming week can be a distraction for anybody involved, especially student-athletes, however, Hilmar embraces the challenge.
Hilmar High's varsity boys volleyball team isn't having your typical inaugural season-they are winning a lot more than losing.
League play began this week for both the Turlock and Pitman High boys golf teams and the anticipation could not have been higher in the ...
Pitman and Turlock high's boys tennis teams each battled in the Central California Conference on Thursday, one notching a win and one a loss ...
The Turlock High softball team is off to the program's best start in over a decade after the Bulldogs defeated Buhach Colony 7-4 on ...
It's still early into the baseball season, but the Hilmar varsity squad seems to have finally picked up some momentum and gotten into their ...
League play kicked off on Wednesday for the Turlock Christian baseball team and the Eagles didn't disappoint when they hosted Stone Ridge Christian High ...
The start of league is right around the corner for Delhi and Denair's varsity softball teams.
Hilmar High softball is on a mission to win the Trans-Valley League title this year - a strong statement for a team that has only finished ...
Turlock and Pitman High's varsity swim teams are chasing a Central California Conference title this upcoming season - but before embarking on that journey, both ...
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