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.
The Pitman High girls varsity water polo team came ready to play on Wednesday against Golden Valley and their efforts resulted in a 17-6 win over Golden Valley.
The Pitman Pride varsity boys' water polo team might have defeated Golden Valley, 10-8, in Wednesday's home contest but the ending was one that head coach Colin Wenstrand said he had never witnessed before in over a decade of coaching.
The Turlock Bulldogs varsity volleyball team overcame a first set loss to eventually capture the victory over new Central California Conference opponent, El Capitan, in Tuesday's home league opener in a 3-1 final (20-25, 25-15, 25-14 and 25 21).
Turlock's varsity boys water polo team captured a victory over El Capitan in the Bulldogs' home league opener on Monday night, but the girls team did not have the same success.
Coming off a two-point upset victory the prior week, Hilmar's varsity football team carried that momentum into their week three home matchup with Gustine, last year's Southern Athletic League runner-ups.
It was a battle of the bulldogs Friday night as Turlock High took on Tracy High, and with their 24-7 win Turlock evened the score of a rivalry that began two seasons ago.
Following their disappointing week 1 loss to Summerville, Denair bounced back the following Friday in a big way.
It wasn't pretty but the Hilmar varsity football team came out of Lathrop High on top in a defensive battle that was decided in the closing minutes of play.
The Pitman Pride football team overcame a 12-point deficit in the second half of Friday's game and rallied to take the victory after a touchdown run from quarterback Jacob Perez with 49 seconds remaining and a two-point conversion that led to the 29-26 final.
Tuesday's 3-0 sweep over East Union might have been a straight sets victory for Pitman volleyball, but the leaders for the Pride are not content with their performance.
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.
Pitman High varsity volleyball coach Kristen Pontes-Christian was recently named the 2016-17 Northern California Volleyball Coach of the Year by the California Coaches Association and ...
Denair High starting pitcher Trevor Lovelace wasn't going to be denied a victory in Monday's non-league meeting against Turlock Christian High.
Turlock High's varsity team was coming off back-to-back losses last week in the Boras Baseball Classic, but they shrugged that off and bounced back ...
For the fifth consecutive season, the Turlock High varsity boys tennis team are the Central California Conference Champions. The Bulldogs secured the title after sweeping ...
Turlock and Pitman track and field programs are putting in consistent efforts, as the two teams repeated their earlier season success at Wednesday's second ...
Wednesday marked a unique afternoon at Turlock High, as they saw three student-athletes sign their National Letters of Intent to their respective four-year universities and ...
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