Swimming might be one of the tougher spring sports. It's not just because of the amount of pain a swimmer puts himself or herself through by swimming lap after lap. In this sport, there aren't too many days off.
It wasn't like Turlock High baseball didn't have opportunities.
Asked to recount her version of the goal that gave her Pitman High girls soccer team its first win over crosstown nemesis Turlock High in six years, senior forward Hannah Verschelden could not provide all the details. All she remembered was she wanted to lace the ball with some power and kick it away from the goalkeeper.
It's still early in the track and field season, but athletes from Pitman, Turlock, Turlock Christian, Denair and Hilmar high schools have already been challenged. It's not just all the time and effort they have to put in that will help them become faster or stronger. It's the weather.
Here's the scoop on this season's softball teams.
To say the least, there will be some shakeups in high school girls soccer this season.
In the 27th Atch Pedretti Tournament last week, the Turlock High baseball team outscored opponents 34-3. That's just one example of how dominant the Bulldogs have been.
The 38th annual Central California Lions All-Star Football Game will once again have representation from the Turlock area. The event will be held June 18 at the University of Pacific's Stagg Memorial Stadium in Stockton.
The scoring output wasn't the same as the previous night's, but the Turlock High baseball team's dominant ways did not change.
Pitman High's Brandon Lewis pitched a no-hitter with 10 strikeouts to carry the Pride to an 11-0 win in five innings over Modesto High on Friday afternoon in the consolation bracket of the 27th Atch Pedretti Tournament. Lewis, Clay Cozzitorto and Adam Nascimento all finished with two RBIs apiece, helping Pitman jump out to a 5-0 lead in the first inning. The Pride play again today at 1:30 p.m. at Pitman High for the consolation championship.
This was Turlock High's year when it came to basketball in the Central California Conference.
The end was inevitable for the Turlock Christian girls basketball team, but the Eagles experienced it on the state's biggest stage once again.
It's time to sit back and watch the stories unfold.
BAKERSFIELD - The disappointment was written all over their faces, soon after the buzzer sounded to signify the end of their respective semifinal matches in the 2011 CIF State Wrestling Championship on Saturday at Rabobank Arena.
BAKERSFIELD - It wasn't a good way to start, especially in an event of this magnitude.
The Pitman High Pride began Friday's home matchup against Central California Conference and crosstown foe Turlock on a roll. That roll turned south, however, after the Pride lost their leading scorer in the second half.
One of Denair High School's best baseball players in the past decade will return this spring to take over as varsity coach.
In only their third game of league play, the Turlock High Bulldogs met the Buhach Colony Thunder at home on Friday night in a Central California Conference showdown that proved to be lopsided from the get-go.
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