The 2016 season might be over for the Turlock varsity volleyball team, but their legacy will live on after ending the year with the best finish in program history for any Bulldog squad.
The addition of soccer in the winter season meant some schools needed to adjust and certain student-athletes perhaps choose one sport over the other. Turlock and Pitman High varsity girls soccer adjusted a little better than the smaller schools as they head into the 2016-17 season anxious for the new year.
The change from fall to winter season is here for Turlock and Pitman varsity boys soccer as they both head into the new year as contenders in the Central California Conference.
The 2016 Pitman varsity football team has nothing to be ashamed of despite falling to No. 2 St. Mary's in the second of the Division I Sac-Joaquin Section tournament on Friday night in a 44-7 final.
The Turlock High Bulldogs were unable to claim their 10th straight victory to advance to the semifinals of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I Football Playoffs Friday night, losing to the Elk Grove Thundering Herd 42-19.
Just because the 2016 Pitman volleyball team is done for the season after losing to St. Ignatius, 3-1, in the first round of the Open Division CIF State tournament, doesn't mean they are finished entirely.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Hilmar High volleyball team made it to the Division-IV Sac-Joaquin Section Championship game, and for the fourth straight year they came up just short of winning the banner.
Pitman volleyball head coach Kristen Pontes-Christian said her team doesn't like to lose.
Denair footballs' miraculous season continued on Friday night in the Division-VI Sac-Joaquin Section tournament.
Delhi High football, ranked No.7 in the Division VI Sac-Joaquin Section playoff bracket, was chasing history and a possible upset but they were unable to muster a good enough game plan against a near flawless Bradshaw Christian squad (last year's Div. VI champions) which rushed for 295 yards on Thursday and continued their win streak with a 35-3 beating over the Hawks of Delhi.
No. 7 Pitman football snapped their three-year losing streak in the postseason by topping No. 10 Monterey Trail in the opening round of the Division-I Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs on Friday in a 35-21 win.
No. 2 Hilmar volleyball overcame a 2-0 deficit in Tuesday's Division-IV Sac-Joaquin Section semifinal match with No.3 Bret Harte to win it 3-2 and advance to their fourth consecutive section final.
For the first time ever Pitman and Turlock varsity volleyball teams will battle for the Division-I Sac-Joaquin Section Championship game after each pulled off upsets over the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds, respectively, on Tuesday night.
Cody Rentfro spent much of the night plowing his way forward, but on the final play of Hilmar's Trans Valley League championship game at Ripon he was dragged down for a 1-yard loss.
Turlock football head coach James Peterson told his star player, "It's your time… take over."
The Central California Conference hosted the boys tennis tournament for singles and doubles this past week and Turlock and Pitman High saw mixed results in ...
Turlock High's varsity girls track and field team won the third Central California Conference Center Meet, concluding the year as league champions after scoring ...
Thursday was a proud day at the Pitman High campus as three athletes signed letters of intent to play at the next level. Over 100 ...
Pitcher Cameron Martin of Turlock High wasn't going to be denied his fourth win of the year on Monday afternoon after the senior shook ...
The Pitman Pride varsity baseball team remains undefeated in league after opening their two-game series against Merced High on the winning side in Monday's ...
Since his freshman year when he stepped foot on the pitch for the first time, Turlock High's Marcus Decouto looked destined to be the ...
The bats came in hot and were consistent for the Turlock High varsity softball team in Thursday's doubleheader in the NorCal Classic from Tracy.
The Pitman High softball team started and ended well at the NorCal Classic, with disappointing games in between.
The still league perfect Pitman High varsity baseball team saw mixed results at the San Luis Obispo Tournament over spring break.
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